"What the f***?! Oh sh**!" On Friday, Los Angeles was hit with a tornado for the first time since 2004, The Washington Post reports, an event captured on camera in a heavily bleeped home video.
In December of 1999, at the tender age of eleven, I received Donkey Kong 64. It was a birthday gift from my parents and even came with a shiny yellow controller, though sadly not the limited edition banana one. Regardless, I popped it in my N64 (after inserting the expansion pack, of course) and snapped the power…
People who speak two or more languages often prefer to use one language over another, depending on the situation. This is especially true when it comes to cursing and insults. It seems that people prefer not to use their native languages to talk smack. Here's why.
Cursing Candy—this ingenious stop-motion video by Lee Hardcastle shows how to curse using traditional candy bars like Sneakers, Mars or KitKat. It's a lot of fun—unless you get easily offended by this kind of language.
Yeah, it's foul, nonsensical, arrhythmic, and kinda aggressive, but damnit if it's not catchy. I first heard this after a night of Xmas-themed sketch comedy and I've loved it ever since. And really, he makes some good points.
Oh, how darling! It's a little rainbow phone for babies! It has big buttons, and wheels, and some sort of blue elephant thing attached! It'll also call you a motherfucker over, and over and over again. Human ingenuity. [via Reddit]
Here's something your boss will be surprised to see fly into their office: a remote-controlled helicopter in the shape of the word "fuck." But of course.