If you’ve ever played Tetris then you’ll probably understand just how absolutely insane this video is.
In less than 20 seconds, Japanese player “Keroco” races to finish 40 lines. Yes, that’s 40 lines in 19.68 seconds. According to MentalFloss.com, that’s the first time anyone has ever broken the 20-second barrier.
Hearing about the feat is one thing, but just wait until you watch it. I’ve never seen anything like it in my life.
Think you know your movie trivia? Okay, okay…You hardcore movie buffs might know a few of these tidbits of cinematic knowledge already, but I guarantee you’ll find some new ones in here that you haven’t heard before.
Haven’t you heard? Winter is coming! Okay, that’s not exactly true. Thankfully, Summer is finally on its way, but you know exactly what I’m talking about if you’re a Game of Thrones fan.
With the hit HBO show’s fifth season set to premiere this Sunday night, the fine folks at Sesame Street have decided to create their very own version of the series with a hilarious parody called Game of Chairs. Brilliant!
On Saturday, Humans of New York shared the story of a girl named Beyoncé. What followed is the greatest comment section in the history of the internet, full of non-famous people commiserating about having famous names. It’s as fascinating as it is funny…
If you ever think people’s email etiquette is annoying, just imagine if that’s how they acted in actual face-to-face interactions. Or, if you don’t want to imagine, you can just let Tripp and Tyler show you how insufferable it would be.
The mega-long signature is what got me. Hilarious…
Now that April Fool’s Day has passed, you can go back to believing everything you read on the Internet.
And while big companies like Google and Samsung can create pranks of their own about products that just don’t exist, it’s the jokes pulled by friends, family, and coworkers that are usually the most fun.
Take these 25 pranks, for example, and then be glad that you don’t know these people. Or, you could use them as new ideas for next year. Your call.
Objects in Mirror
This guy’s girlfriend decided to ditch the “fake pregnancy test” gag and instead ensure that her boyfriend checked his mirrors.
If you’ve ever seen the Pixar hit film WALL-E, then you know that robots need love too. Well, the same can be said for droids, which you’re about to find out in Evan Atherton‘s adorably genius short film Artoo in Love.
Watch below as Star Wars favorite R2-D2 falls in love with a blue mailbox. You’ll get a chance to see just how far a little droid will go to protect its chosen mate. May the force be with you, little guy!