Jun 282012
 

There are countless sports themed trick shot videos out there. There’s even a Frisbee one.

But this Hey, Pass Me A Beer trick shot compilation published by  is truly one of a kind. The three week old video stands with over 2.3 million views, and is covered on Mashable, BuzzFeed, and Tosh0.

 


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Jun 282012
 

This ancient video originally published in 2007 by  has started to trend again now, and is featured on G4TV, Arbroath, BlameIt, and IrenesInternet.

The ears of piglets must be very sensitive, so much so in fact, that they physically react to sound, even when the piggies are sleeping.

 


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Jun 282012
 

This golfer may have the coolest and most unique golf stroke the Internet has ever seen. First, he bounces the ball on his club as initial flare. Then, he catches the ball on his back, and, while charging his swing, drops the ball off his shoulder at the exact moment to make contact with his stroke.

 


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Jun 282012
 

With all of today’s amazing technology that fails at amazing the youth, a microwave oven is seemingly archaic in comparison. But the microwave is nothing to be scoffed at. It’s an amazing piece of engineering that has changed how the world heats food.

Bill of the  channel details for us how exactly the microwave oven cooks our Hot Pockets just before the commercials end. Also, he explains why some spots are as cold as Antarctica, while others are seemingly hotter than the surface of the sun. It all makes sense with science!

 


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Jun 282012
 

It used to be when you purchased a video game cartridge, that was it. There were no patches or downloadable content later. At first, the idea of DLC seemed nice, studios could fix bugs and add patches to bad gameplay with just a quick download.

But like all good comes a bad flip side. Companies realized they could offer cheats and bonus downloads, for a price. Quickly, DLC became a monster, and now it feels like the game must be purchased twice, once in the store, and a second time buying all the downloadable content.

Special effects channel  noticed the trend and published this spot on In Real Life parody of those annoying DLC pop ups.

 


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