Nov 112013
Moscow Subway Ticket Machine Accepts 30 Squats As Payment

To promote exercise and the 2014 Olympics, Olympic Changes installed a very special ticket machine at the Moscow subway station. 

Instead of accepting money as payment, the high-tech ticket machine only accepted exercise.

Riders could receive a free ticket by standing in front of the machine’s camera, and performing 30 squats or lunges. 

Hey! No cheating!


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Oct 312013
New York Subway Train Conductors Smile

Train conductors of New York City‘s MTA must point at a black and white sign at every stop to prove they are paying attention. 

Yosef Lerner and Rose Sacktor took advantage of this by holding up cutesy signs that read, “point here if you are sexy,” or, “point here if you are not wearing pants.”

It brought a little happiness to the conductors’ daily grind, and now the video of their uplifting shenanigans is going viral. The video is already trending on DailyDot, Gothamist, Gawker, and BuzzFeed


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Oct 272013
Take A Ride Through Grandpa’s Vast Miniature Train Town

The sights and attractions in this train ride video are so realistic, viewers often forget they are exploring a miniature train world.

Grandpa Bill spent years building his model train universe, that includes small cities, buildings, vast country landscapes, and even tunnels. 

Ryan Crets simply attached a GoPro camera to the front engine and hit record. The resulting video is a mesmerizing and relaxing train ride through a forgotten world. 


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Oct 062013
Train Horn On Tiny Car Prank

Norwegian YouTube channel TV Norge just posted this humorous prank video over the weekend featuring comedy group Ylvis. 

You know, the crew most famous for their recent and ridiculous What The Fox Say music video that has taken the web by storm?

The team outfitted a tiny, electric car with a giant train horn, and rolled around town scaring the bejesus out of unsuspecting passersby. 


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