A video compilation showing dogs too scared to cross paths with cats.
Swedish Chef and Gordon Ramsay run into a cook-off for a muppisode.
A wildlife camera was set up with a crocodile trap in Australia, only to find itself in the hands of an eagle. The eagle “stole” the camera, took it away and while it was at it, took a few selfies of itself. Apparently, the eagle wanted them for its Instagram page or something, presumably with #yolo and #swag. The camera was ultimately found 68 miles away from its original spot.
Having seen several videos from Modernist Cuisine earlier, we’re not so happy about having missed this one. This video talks of the physics of coffee and creamer, and of course, presents it in super slow-motion style. We especially like the “storm in the tea cup” imagery that presents itself as the creamer hits the coffee, something that would have been lost to the eye without the 2000fps video. On another note, these guys recommend adding creamer to coffee as it is likely to slow down the rate of coffee cooling by 20%.
If you have watched it closely, the Twilight Saga is apparently full of people staring at each other. Here’s a video from Screen Junkies, the people that usually make the Honest Trailers that we all enjoy so much. This one is a supercut, focusing just on the gratuitous amounts of staring that makes up the Twilight movies. They’ve put all the staring in chronological order for the 26 minute long video.
Trailer for The Amazing Spiderman 2. The movie will be out in May 2014. As good as the trailer looks, we still can’t help hoping Spiderman was back in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
It’s a 10 second video, but immensely satisfying and fun to watch.
From A to B takes the viewer on the journey of a package from its shipping to its delivery. Everyone is familiar with sending and receiving mail, but the journey of the package between two points and its inherent complexity is quite lost to the end user.
As unrealistic as this sounds, this is apparently a group of people playing drums off the frozen surface of Lake Baikal in Russia.
A lovely Italian woman explains the language of Italian hand gestures.