Do you remember that bonus stage in Street Fighter II where you could smash up a car for extra points? Thanks to the magic of the Internet, several people have attempted the stage in real life. We’ve posted those attempts after the break.

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They’re actually kind of funny–watching someone jump around like an idiot and try to rip the hood off an old VW tickles me for whatever reason.

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This may be my new favorite website on the planet, hands down. Allow me to introduce Which, as the name states, will ship an envelope of glitter to someone at your request for $9.99 because, well, they’re terrible human beings just like you.

My personal favorite FAQ?

My recipient got glitter in both eyeballs, is now blind, & would like to file charges. Help?

Response: Heh.


Fair warning, there’s a whole lot of swearing and a whole lot of snark. Which is what makes it so frakkin’ amazing.

I’d write more about it, but I have to go make my list. This may take a while.

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Something silly, fun and relatable is always a good thing. I think this applies.

Here’s a guy trying to play League Of Legends and wrangle a kitten at the same time. It’s adorable, hilarious, and likely familiar for some of you.

Enjoy it after the break.

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Everybody knows that New York is the Ghostbuster’s original stomping ground, but what would happen if the movies had been set in a different city? Like Tokyo?

YouTube user Nacho Punch answered that question by transporting the Ghostbusters to a 1980’s version of Tokyo, and the resulting video–which looks rather appropriately like an anime cartoon–is definitely a fun one to watch. Trust me, these Ghostbusters have a whole mess of Yokai to catch.

Check out the video after the break…

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Do you remember the first time you saw Star Wars? If you were in the theater, you might have felt compelled to contain yourself. If you were at home, then your reaction was probably pretty close to what we see from this adorable kid. He is absolutely mesmerized by the opening credits, and when the ships appear, and then C-3PO and R2-D2, and then the “Storm Woopers”, he loses it.

That flailing dance, you know that’s what you were doing on the inside. Also, the constant adjustments he makes to his glasses to be sure he doesn’t miss a thing are precious.

See the video after the break.

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I had no clue that 17×17 Rubik’s cubes even existed, but Kenneth Brandon is a real pro at solving them. He recorded himself solving one of these monstrous cubes, and the full video comes out at nearly 8 hours! If you don’t have that much time to watch a YouTube clip, you can watch a time-lapse version as well. Frankly, I felt a little embarrassed watching Brandon’s video: I can’t even solve a normal Rubik’s cube, and this guy makes solving a 17×17 cube look like a total blue milk run! Maybe I should start practicing more.

Check out the videos after the break…

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I’m not sure if the guy in this video is a ninja, but the flying kick he launches at this arcade game is extremely impressive. While the martial arts action is cool, you don’t get to see the kick in normal speed, you don’t get to see the guy’s final score, and the quality of the video is abysmal. Bummer, I know. But I’m going to guess and say that he did get a high score… and that he probably broke the machine too.

Watch all the spin kicking action after the break…

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Yeah, losing his security deposit was totally worth it.

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