So a guy goes into a Burger King in Japan and just for the hell of it, orders a Whopper with exactly 1,050 strips of bacon. And they fucking made it for him, for a price of around $80. They weren’t kidding about having it your way.
Does anyone know why everytime I try to upload this GIF I made, it doesn’t do its GIF magic and instead just shows the first frame?! I really wanna upload it but it just isn’t working no matter what I try.
Back to the Future, redone as a short silent film
It’s sort of silly, but it’s pretty well done and I like it, dammit.
Animating a 400 year old still life with modern 3D rendering technology
Artists Rob and Nick Carter have breathed new life into a 17th Century Golden Age master by digitising it and subtly animating it. The result is “Transforming Still Life Painting After Ambrosius Bosschaert the Elder’s Vase With Flowers in a Window” - a fascinating piece of digital fine art that the result of 2.5 years and thousands of hours of work. This isn’t the first time this kind of thing has been done, but it’s still incredibly impressive.
Seven meters of bubble wrap being popped by an industrial press
If you’re a fan of bubble wrap like I am, this is a very exciting moment, indeed. The popping is brief, since it’s all being done at once, but I still never thought I’d see such a thing.
Ah, high school.
When you’ve just won the Pokemon UK championship, how would you celebrate? If you’re Ruben Puig Lecegui, you would go outside your hotel room into the hallway and take a big, steaming dump on the carpet. And if you did that, just like Lecegui, you’d be promptly stripped of your championship title.
Incredibly insane steep downhill bike race in Valparaiso, Chile
“…it happens on the streets of Valparaiso, Chile. The Valparaiso Cerro Abajo Race is a legendary urban bike race and is more extreme than skydiving. The rider must brave jumps, stray dogs, and flights of stairs along the steep downhill path. The first person perspective provided by the excellent helmet cam lets us take in every glorious and frightening detail”