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Can you imagine if Stephen Hawking sounded like Liam Neeson? Or like Rebel Wilson? Gordon Ramsay? Well, Stephen can't.
If you're not aware of just how wheelchair inaccessible New York City is, watching the lengths Anner goes to in order to secure a kitschy bagel for this Cerebral Palsy Foundation video should be eye-opening.
It's pretty hard to understand his thick Scottish accent, but we're pretty sure what he was trying to say was essentially "stop dancing and get out of here."
Surprising answers popped up when couples were asked questions about their hall passes and whether or not they had faked an orgasm with their fiancée or fiancé before.
She might have taken the kids and broken your heart, but that doesn't mean you can't make yourself a sad TV dinner!
Sundeep Rao jokes about building a wall at the Bengaluru airport to stop the Silicon Valley types and their obsession with the words "strategy" and "synergy."
Well, *try* and dunk. It's hard out there for a shrunken-headed Shaq.
Before Ken was jumping out of car trunks naked in "The Hangover," he was actually a practicing physician. Ken sat down with WIRED and put his medical knowledge to the test.
We're not fully convinced the guy in the bottom right is actually doing anything with those water bottles.
Beauty expectations are spiraling out of control as women no longer need to just look like super models but also disco balls.
What's that mysterious ticking noise? Ah, it's the sound of our impending deaths coming ever closer because HOW IS THIS TEN YEARS OLD.
A man at an art auction gives a short but brutally honest opinion after he sees a modern artwork being sold for $28 million dollars.
In the 1960s and '70s, BMW sold the Isetta, a truly absurd automobile that probably should never have existed.
According to Eater, there are only two McDonald's location still serving McPizzas in the United States — one in Pomeroy, Ohio and the other in Spencer, West Virginia. Weirdly desperate to relieve their childhoods, these dudes packed into their car and went on one hell of a road trip.
It's hard out there for a minor movie star with publicists signing you up for increasingly brutal ways to capture people's attention, but Dax handles it like a champ.
Chevy's "real people" commercials are very annoying and seemingly part of every single commercial break these days. They're also ripe for parody, and YouTuber Zebra Corner is back with another very on-the-nose take on that Chevy hatchback reveal ad.
Next time you're applying for a new gig, just pull a Josh Gad and hide from your interviewer until the last second, then jump out and sing through the entire "Beauty and the Beast" soundtrack.
It's got PvP zones and private servers — if you're into that sort of thing — but the loading times and tutorials are all a bit shit.
One of those things we never, ever thought we would say: "Deadpool 2" is still in production and maybe, just maybe, the producers should change course and make it a musical.
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