A photo collection of people that grace us with their presence at Walmart.
What’s the only thing better than pulling an epic prank? Watching it on your computer, where you don’t have to keep a straight face. So, feel free to laugh, snort and guffaw while watching Rahat the Magician Prankster pull a few fast ones on drive-through workers.
Rahat explains how he created a low-budget car-seat costume out of cardboard. The costume matches the car’s interior and makes it appear as if nobody’s driving. Then the fun begins. He orders something from the drive-through, pulls forward and records the reactions of the befuddled workers. You might think it gets old. It doesn’t.
Typical reactions to seeing the “ghost car” include: “Oh my God, oh my God, oh my God” and “What the heck is going on?” Other awesome responses: “Am I tripping, son?” and “Oh, snap. What just happened?” One McDonald’s employee refuses to accept the idea of a car without a driver. The worker stares at the “empty” car, turns around, gives himself a second, and then looks again.
Walk on by…
Ben Swann Full Disclosure looks at eyewittness accounts from the scenes of the colorado theater shooting, the wisconsin sikh temple shooting and the connecticut elementary school shooting that indicate more than one shooter may have been involved in all three shootings
Music video by Fatboy Slim performing Weapon Of Choice. (P) (C) 2003 Skint Records under exclusive license to Astralwerks. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction is a violation of applicable laws. Manufactured by Astralwerks, 104 West 29th Street, New York, NY 10001
Music video by NikitA performing “Cords” (Album “Machine”).
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Why smartphones can make people dumb.
A funny behind the scenes documentary in a women’s bathroom
Inspired by Busta Rhymes
directed by Spector Nikita
dance perfomance by Spector Nikita & Alexandra Lubchevskaya
Demotivational Posters (a.k.a Demotivators) are typically designed to discourage one’s moral strength and diminish one’s self-esteem. It usually consists of a picture, centered and bordered in black, with an all-cap title written in white, and in some cases, a tagline written in smaller font.
In its infancy, Demotivators mirrored popular themes often addressed within motivational posters, by juxtaposing:
1. banal optimism (ex: PERSISTENCE)
2. atmospheric picture (ex: man & woman jogging in a single row)
3. comical pessimism (ex: It’s Over Man. Let Her Go)
But as they became increasingly popular across the web, the joke was no longer bound within corporate/educational themes and became a signature meme involving “crude but funny” comments. Today, the white-on-black format of demotivators is a staple in Internet memescape and it’s fairly common to find demotivational posters sans cynicism.
The originals were typical Motivational Posters with sarcastic comments:
Although a whole genre of Demotivational Posters has been created by showing an instance of FAIL: