"Strange Beasts" allows you to create, customize and grow your own creatures... but what happens when the technology becomes too real?
When he's laughing on the outside, he's crying on the inside. When he appears stoic and cold, he's really bursting with life. But just because it doesn't make sense to anyone else, does that mean he has to change?
Durian suffers from a condition where his face displays the opposite of what he's feeling -- he laughs when he's sad and cries when he's happy. He also insis...
If you're going to ride together in a patrol car every day, you've at least got to learn a little bit about your partner's likes and dislikes.
It's a first world problem, but a problem all the same.
Sand and skateboards wouldn't seem to mix, but in the Norwegian winter, the frozen beaches turn out to be a skate paradise.
"You think life has one circle, but no, there are circles which are added to extra circles that create chaos, and it looks like you're drowning."
We're not sure about all of the tips in this video, but then again we know absolutely nothing about doing our taxes, so we trust CollegeHumor.
Do not — under any circumstances — rap your resume.
Just because you're the brawn of the operation doesn't mean a little computer science background won't do you some good.
This short was made in 2004 and uploaded to YouTube in 2006, which makes it a legitimate dinosaur in internet time. But Blendie still has plenty of charm.
When no amount of problem-solving can improve upon the shitty situation that you've found yourself in.
"If you want a flauntré, you've got to FLAUNT it."
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So what if their intestines are spilling out all over the place and they reek of rot? All these ex-zombies want is to get out of quarantine and go back to their old friends and mid-level management positions.
This former undercover police officer would embed himself amongst the very people he wanted to bust, sometimes for years at a time. Here he explains the psychological impacts that he is still struggling with to this day.
Here are all our favorite short about getting together, falling in love, breaking up and everything messy that happens in between.
As hard as it is decoding cryptic, emoji-laden texts and read reciepts, being an adolescent before phones were in everybody's pockets definitely had its own set of challenges.
If Michael Scott had discovered Vine and become a stay-at-home dad, it would look a little something like this.
Last year we really liked 'Timelike,' a short film about a woman receiving a message from her future self. Now the director's trying to get a feature film version off the ground. Based off this new proof-of-concept trailer, we hope it gets made!
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