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Spongebob is all about that bass.

He sits there all calm and lifeless until two car subwoofers kick in and the vibration sets him to dancing on his skinny, little legs. Who knew he had such killer dance moves?

See the video after the break.

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Some folks might look at monsters and think that they’re all about destruction, but that’s not true. All monsters, from the old-school kraken to the radioactive Godzilla, are just misunderstood.

Artist Teo Zirinis understands that all monsters need some love, and his latest art series, “Monster Issues”, showcases just how vulnerable monsters can be.

Check out some more examples after the break…

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Caution: Zombie On Board


I’m thinking having a zombie on board qualifies you for the carpool lane.

Of course, these are actually zombie decals that you can place on your car windows to scare and confuse your fellow motorists. You can also pick up her friend, Gory Gary, and have him tag along too.

Check out Gory Gary after the break…

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Classic Street Fighter characters like Zangief and Ryu going toe-to-toe is a lot of fun, but if you’re looking for something with a higher “cute factor,” then you may want to check out Marca Blanca’s “Xtremely Cute” take on the game. If two koalas duking it out (and making out) sounds cute to you, then you’ll be in for a real treat.

Check out the video after the break…

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Bookstores have all sorts of labels to help you better understand what type of books are on any given shelf. Redditor obviousplant decided to make them a little more descriptive and the results are hilarious.

See more great labels after the break.

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If you’re one of those people who likes to talk or text during a movie, Mark Hamill has a very important warning for theatergoers at the Alamo Drafthouse.

I’m pretty sure no one wants any of what he says to happen.

Check it out after the break.

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Stop-motion videos require an insane amount of patience (if you’ve seen Ben Wyatt’s “Requiem for a Tuesday” then you know what I’m talking about), and you can tell that animator Jon Rolph is a man that knows how to take his time.

In the following clip, Rolph reproduced a Mondrian painting with LEGO bricks, only he made it look like he’s painting each LEGO piece by hand. Very clever concept.

Check out the video after the break…

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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.

See Also: Guy Tortures Coworker With “Street Fighter” Quotes

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.