We're a little late getting to this one, mostly because of a wedding, and impending honeymoon. Anyway, the folks at Quantum Petshop created this time-lapse video (especially for us, they say) of a giant pumpkin as it grows from pollination to harvest, followed by high speed camera footage of it exploding (1/2 lbs TNT).
It's almost a certainty that your car is going to lose against two giant poles that pop out of the ground, determined to ruin your day.
Tim Fort uses impulse-transmission techniques to create art using kinetic energy.
I guess if you're having trouble getting the sex, you can use your condoms for art instead.
It's probably a good idea to not hand the keys of your brand new 2007 Mustang Eleanor to your 14 year old son minutes after you bring it home.
The winners of the first annual Blizzard Art Contest have been revealed.
These guys are quite proud of their blender. Check out the "don't try this at home" section for some impressive video of its capabilities.
Does your bank allow you to put any image you'd like on your check card, with, eh, certain limitations?
Using good ol' manual machining, Mark Ho created the "ultimate puppet" from bronze and stainless steel.
The record label Stones Throw released three videos for the new album "Chrome Children." The animation style of all three videos is fantastic, and each one tells a story. Use the links under the title to view the other two videos.
Constricting your anus, huh? I remember hearing a little bit about this, but now I may need to track down the book.
Would you have any trouble eating noodles with little "Hello Kitty" figures mixed in? They're too cute to eat!
There's entirely too many clothes in this gallery, but it's a decent way to start your morning.
Paint Ball is another game with a little bit of Line Rider in it. The object here is to "paint" a path to the target that will allow a ball dropped from the top of the screen to travel there. The physics seem a little questionable, but it's a good time.