Hot on the heels of the awesome movie supercuts 25 Unscripted Scenes and 50 Trippiest Drug Hallucinations comes another epic montage from YouTuber extraordinaire Mewlists. This one covers the evolution of dance in film over the past 89 years. To say stars have stepped it up would be an understatement.
Created by British SCUBA instructors in 1954 as a training exercise for swimming with fins, underwater hockey (also called “Octopush”) is an aquatic team sport that resembles knock hockey, only on a much larger, much wetter scale. Though the paddle and puck are similar to those used in the table game, underwater hockey is a far more physical game.
In movies, characters walk with purpose. What that purpose is doesn’t really matter so long as the steps look deliberate and the camera smoothly glides behind. YouTuber editcadet1 assembled a supercut, called ‘Keep on Walking,’ of memorable walking scenes that reveals just how formulaic these shots really are.
Ever wonder how the world looks through the eyes of a two-year-old? Sure you can mine your memory banks and hope for the best, but if you happen to have a camera, a child-size bike helmet and a spare toddler lying around, you can do yourself one better and make your own point-of-view video.
School is almost back in session, which means it’s time to start brushing up on tips for taking the bus. The school bus can be a great resource for time-strapped parents and independence-seeking children alike. But it also needs to be approached with safety and care.
Here are five tips to make your child’s bus ride the best it can be.
Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it, too? With a good carpool in place, you can save time and money. It just takes a little bit of planning and a willingness to flow with whatever the morning gives you. Here are five tips to help your carpool get off without a hitch.
Devoted fans of the clown-themed rap-metal group Insane Clown Posse gathered in Cave-In-Rock, Illinois for the Gathering of the Juggalos, an infamous four-day celebration of all things ICP. The weekend’s unlikely star? MC Hammer.
Casie Adams is addicted to snacking on her late husband’s ashes, sometimes as often as five times a day. Recently widowed, Adams admits on TLC’s ‘My Strange Addiction‘ that she fell into the odd, arguably grotesque habit of dipping her moistened finger into her husband’s cremains and licking off the charred powder and can’t stop doing it.
When it comes to sponsorship opportunities in pro sports, putting ads right on the athletes means more eyes on your brand. With NASCAR, sponsors can cover a whole jumpsuit with logos and slogans. But with a sport like beach volleyball, skimpy uniforms mean sponsors need to work extra hard to make an impact. Gambling company Betfair is getting more bang for their buck by putting scannable QR codes on the rear of players’ bikini bottoms.
If you’re not on Google+ yet, you probably know it’s a social network but not much more. What are these circles everyone’s talking about? How about hangouts? And isn’t this the same thing as Google Buzz? Though this LOL-inducing Google+ song from Break (sung to the tune of Queen’s ‘Another One Bites the Dust’) might not answer all your burning questions about the new social service, it’ll definitely get stuck in your head.
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