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The Avengers are great against villains, but how will they fare against each other in Family Feud? This clip from Jimmy Kimmel Live shows the group split into opposing teams as they try to answer all sorts of everyday questions. All I can say is that it’s a good thing they’re not facing Ultron on a game show.

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So what do the most common idioms look like? In this animated short by Amanda Koh and Mollie Helms they set up the elephant in the room against the skeleton in the closet to answer just that.

“Everyone has Skeletons in their Closet but what happens if one day the Elephant in the Room decides to make the Skeleton in the Closet bring the truth to light? The Skeleton isn’t one to confess to his crimes so easily. Mayhem ensues in this power struggle with a world full of idioms.”

It features over 25 eye-rolling expressions (I counted), and you can check it out after the break.

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What if Pixar’s Cars was set in the Star Wars universe? Big Bee Studios answers that question with X-Wings. You guys, Vader’s TIE fighter sings!

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This incredible video takes the epic battles we all waged with our action figures when we were kids and cranks up the action. It features Dragon Ball Z figures battling across a desk complete with special effects. Video creator Jordan Tseng even steps in to lend a hand when things get rough. Watch out for that toilet!

See Also: Hologram Chamber Makes A Dragon Ball Figure’s Energy Blast Look Real

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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?

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You can get lost in an Ikea store, but you cannot play hide-and-seek in one. The company has banned the game in its Dutch stores after news that 32,000 people were planning to hold an epic game at a location in the Netherlands. It would have been a follow-up to a much smaller, but highly successful event. According to Bloomberg,

About 500 people joined in the game, according to Annelies Nauwelaerts, a spokeswoman for Ikea Belgium. People were hiding in fridges, under stuffed toys, under Ikea’s blue shopping bags and even in the storage space under beds, said De Rijck, a regular Ikea shopper.

Of course, you can’t blame Ikea for spoiling the fun here. If that’s what happened with 500 people, just imagine the utter chaos with tens of thousands. Still, there are other ways to work on your hide-and-seek game at Ikea.

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Skyrim has tons of hilarious mods including one with Thomas the Tank Engine and Super Mario. They’re great on their own, but YouTuber Videogamedunkey takes things up a few notches by mashing them all together in one insane video.

Make sure to stick around until the final battle at the end. The word “mayhem” doesn’t even cover it.

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Filmmaker Ian Parks recently created a series of time lapse videos showing the hypnotic effect of magnetic putty slowly engulfing a stack of metal blocks in glorious 1080p.

Chances are, watching the substance at work will give you an insatiable desire to conduct experiments of your own, as was the case with Parks, who found it available online at Amazon. As you’ll see after the jump, the videos may also give you a similar desire to pick up a Rubik’s Cube.

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Adam Woodworth combined his love of FPV (First Person Video), multi-rotor racing and Star Wars to make himself an Imperial Speeder Bike Quadcopter from an old 1:6 scale Power Of The Force Hasbro toy that will instantly put you in mind of the Speeder Bike chase in Return Of The Jedi.

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If you’re a Dragon Ball Z fan, you’ve probably wondered what Goku’s kamehameha powers would look like in real life. That’s where Brazilian technology and software firm ZW Design comes in.

See Also: Figuarts ZERO Delivers A Crazy Son Goku Kamehameha Dragon Ball Z Statue

By placing a Goku action figure in the center of a holographic projection chamber, ZW Design was able to create the illusion of Goku powering up a ball of energy. It’s pretty cool stuff, and you can watch all of the holographic action in the video after the break…

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