Posts Tagged ‘videos’

… So here’s another thing I will whip out if I want to mess up my potential future kids. I’m pretty sure the list of “Tools for psychological experiments on children” that I’m unofficially making has grown quite long during the last year. Now, this video starts off as a normal pretentious children’s show, but make sure you watch until the end.

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Doors are srs bznz. Make sure to turn on the subs.

Repost for some, but I find it worth reposting. I bet when Gaga sees this she’s going to curse herself for not thinking of it sooner (or if you’re more cynically inclined, she’ll be thrilled and make a rip-off in 3 days).

Some people can’t stand to hear people pop their joints. I grew with a lot of guy friends, and burping contests and joints popping contests was something quite normal, so I’ve never been bothered by popping my joints in public. Sometimes when I twist my body I can hear maybe 10 separate loud pops from my spine. I have an issue with my jaw that makes it go “POP KNACK” when I yawn or push it with my knuckles. I watched this video recently and thought of all those people who freak out when you stretch your neck. I think I have to show it to them.

“Grüner See or the Green Lake in Austria is actually a small valley filled with freshwater during the snow melt from May to July. It is located in Tragöß, Styria, which sits at the foot of snow-capped Hochschwab mountains. And it is beautiful!

Throughout the frozen winter months the area is almost completely dry and is used as a county park. It is a particular favorite site for hikers.
But as soon as the temperatures begin to rise in spring, the ice and snow on the mountaintops begins to melt and runs down into the basin of land below.

The park fills up with ice-cold crystal clear water, which gets its distinctive green coloring from the grass and foliage beneath.
The water levels rise from about one or two meters deep in the winter to as much as 10 meters in the late spring and early summer.”

Source.

… this still surprised me.  o_O

WATCH THE ENTIRE THING. Yes, the 1 minute is painful but it’s worth it.

peeking virtue from Douglas Burgdorff on Vimeo.

I know furries aren’t that popular in some parts of the Internet, but c’mon, this guys is just adorable (although he should wash his hair more often).