Jimmy Fallon and Barbra Streisand sing a ridiculous medley of duets

September 16, 2014 | By Joey White | No comments

Jimmy Fallon finds inspiration from Elvis Presley, Blake Shelton, and Michael Buble for a touching — okay, humorous — performance with Barbra Streisand…

Competitive eater challenges hamster to a hot dog eating contest. Guess who wins…

September 16, 2014 | By Abraham | No comments

Takeru Kobayashi is a competitive eater who holds the world record for number of hotdogs consumed. He has eaten 110 in 10 minutes with buns, and 60 dogs in a mere 2 minutes when buns weren’t a part of the equation.

So who could possibly compete with this guy? A hamster, that’s who.

Give Kobayashi a platter piled high with hotdogs and give a hamster a similar number of hotdogs, but sized down to match his size proportionally, and see who can eat more faster…

Celebrities become part of classic masterpieces when magazines are perfectly lined up

September 16, 2014 | By Megan Berman | 1 comment

Eisen Bernardo, a Philippines-based graphic designer and illustrator, is carefully superimposing iconic magazine covers onto pieces of classical artwork. He says of his project, Mag + Art

This ongoing project…is my way of giving homage to the magazines – as a venue of human artistic expression and vehicle of popular culture.

The result is a beautifully curated collection of new icons that are equal parts amusing and intriguing…

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This time-lapse stop motion took 8 years. The Karate Kid scene is ridiculously impressive…

September 16, 2014 | By Joey White | 4 comments

If you take a photo of yourself every day for 8 years, you’ll have 2900 pictures. If you position those selfies to create a stop-motion video of a day at your house, you’ll get this absolutely brilliant video.

From September 2006 to August 2014, this YouTuber took photos of himself, moving ever-so-slightly around his house each day for a fun look at a day in his life — if that day took 8 years…

(Skip to 2:40 for just the most amazing segment.)

(via PetaPixel)