If you're in the mood to slap a guy in the face with a virtual eel, then Eel Slap! (previously at Boing Boing) might be just what you need. The game is quite simple: drag the cursor across the screen to see a mysterious hand reach out and slap an unsuspecting man with an eel. You can slap the fellow with the eel over and over to your heart's content.
In a delightful new piece of humorous short fiction in The New Yorker, writer Ali Fitzgerald explores a nightmarish scenario that has certainly haunted me for many a night: what if Joe Rogan was a multiversal constant, someone who was everything, everywhere, all at once, no matter which parallel universe you visited? I'm shuddering as… READ THE REST
If I were walking around NYC and encountered this man in a highly realistic bear costume, I probably would have had a heart attack. See passersby in the video react in horror as the person in the bear suit growls and stirs up mayhem all around the city. I do hope that the food cart… READ THE REST
In the 2007 cult comedy Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox, we saw the Beatles played by Justin Long (George Harrison), Paul Rudd (John Lennon), Jason Schwartzman (Ringo Starr), and Jack Black (Paul McCartney). Watch below. Last night on The Tonight Show, Long did his excellent impersonations of *all* The Beatles, and also his buddy Jack… READ THE REST
As humans, we like to look at nice things. Whether it's a website, a brochure, or an Instagram account, poor-quality images can really make an impression. In fact, according to this report on Medium, almost 70% of online shoppers insist that a product image is "very important" when deciding to buy a product. So if you use… READ THE REST
Let's face it, we all love television, and why wouldn't we? It's literally designed to keep us entertained. What is frustrating, though, is not being able to enjoy television at its absolute best because of things like bad reception. If you are a TV lover who wants to get even more out of your television, you are in luck!… READ THE REST
As many people continue to prioritize financial independence over the standard 9 to 5 office jobs, ridesharing has become a serious contender for side or even full-time income with the average full-time driver, "earning just under $42,000 a year (gross earnings)." And with "3.9 million Uber drivers and 1.4 million Lyft drivers on the road", you'd be smart to learn how to maximize your… READ THE REST