Welcome To A Supercut

(YouTube link)

Burger Fiction’s latest supercut is a welcome change. It’s nice to be welcomed. I think you’ll recognize the majority of these films, not least because many of them have the title in the clip. The word “welcome” will sound really silly by the time this is through. You’re welcome. -via Tastefully Offensive


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 
Featured Designs from the NeatoShop:



Miss Jazminad's Stunningly Beautiful Lip Makeup Art

Instagram member Miss Jazminad is a wizard with a makeup brush. She creates incredibly detailed, vividly colored lip makeup schemes. She can make color fades, patterns, and even complete images, like The Little Mermaid scene above. Her lips sparkle with glitter, stones, and her own vibrant personality.

Continue reading

Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

10 Old and Outdated Electronic Devices That May Be Worth A Lot

The more high-tech your devices are, the faster they become obsolete. That’s heartbreaking for thrifty people who don’t like to replace something that still works, even if it doesn’t work for your needs anymore. Most households have obsolete but still-working gadgets stored somewhere “in case I ever needs it.” You probably won’t, but there a fuzzy line between obsolete and collectible. As older deices become rarer, they may be worth something for that alone. Take the Atari VCS:

Before it was called the Atari 2600, it was called the Atari VCS, or video computer system. If you got one of these early generation machines from 1980-1982 and still own it, you’re in luck: they’re going for around $100 on eBay. And if you’ve got some games to go with it, you’ll pull in even more depending on which titles you can offer. Air Raid is the most expensive, with one selling for over $30,000 a few years ago, while ET is the most interesting in that it is widely considered one of the worst games for the console. A few years ago, a massive collection of ET games was dug out of a landfill in New Mexico, so owning one is like owning a fun bit of video game history.

You might recognize some of the computers, music players, phones, and more in a list of outdated devices that may be worth money anyway at Money Inc.


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Orphaned Grizzly Bear Cub Likes To Have Her Feet Tickled

Grizzly bears look all gruff and dangerous when they're full grown, but when they're chubby little cubs they simply ooze cuteness.

National Geographic host and filmmaker Casey Anderson knows the power of bear cub cute, because he recently rescued a cute little orphaned cub named Bella and can't stop playing with the adorable cub!

(YouTube Link)

Bella isn't Casey's first encounter with a cute bear cub- he adopted a cub called Brutus about ten years ago and formed an incredible friendship with the bear that inspired him to start the Montana Grizzly Encounter sanctuary.

(YouTube Link)

-Via Laughing Squid

Love cute animals? View more at Lifestyles of the Cute and Cuddly blog

Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

The Inevitable, Intergalactic Awkwardness of Time Capsules

NASA equipped the two Voyager probes with information about Earth in the form of Golden Records, analog discs that contained images, music, and the sounds of Earth. Forty years later, the probes are headed out of the solar system, possibly to be found someday by alien beings who will learn what Earth was like …in 1977, which we all know now was a particularly weird time. The records are more of a time capsule than an encyclopedia. They are just a couple of the many time capsules humans have constructed to be found by someone far in the future. William Jarvis, author of Time Capsules: A Cultural History, says the concept of time capsules goes back thousands of years, at least to Assyria in the 7th century BCE, when king Esarhaddon recorded his exploits and embedded it inside a wall.       

“One of the functions of time capsules is glorified advertisement or boasting,” says Jarvis. To ensure their brag sheets’ longevity, the Assyrian kings ended messages by asking future finders to hype up their accomplishments, like an old-school reblog request. Many courted populist cred: In what Jarvis describes as an early PR move, Mesopotamian time capsules found hidden in walls specifically mention the high wages of the wall-builders. Esharhaddon’s successor, Ashurbanipal, wrote in one of his missives that his subjects were so excited about the whole thing, they threw their amulets en masse into the capsule's burial site. (How he managed to include this information without time-traveling himself remains a mystery.)

In the 20th century, the Golden Records had to be crafted to please everyone, from those who objected to the depiction of human anatomy to powerful men who wanted their names included. An article at Atlas Obscura gives us the history of time capsules, the dos and don’ts of burying one, and a close look at the Voyager recordings and how they misrepresent Earth only forty years later.

(Image credit: NASA)


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Negasonican Do It! - She's Blowing Up On Twitter


Negasonican Do It! by Hugohugo

Hey kid! Just because you're too young and unfamous to have your own motion picture doesn't mean you're any less of a hero, so chin up! Your explodey warhead power is super cool looking and you have this whole angsty teen punky thing going on so Negasonic you rock! It's only a matter of time before fans of your work give you another role, although the chances of you appearing in the next Deadpool movie are slim since you spit in Ryan Reynold's face during filming...but no biggie! I'm sure we can find you a spot in the next X-Dweebs flick, just take Colossus with you to the casting call...

Carry the poster child for mutant teen angst around with you wherever you go with this Negasonican Do It! t-shirt by Hugohugo, it's sure to earn you lots of fans and put you on DP's "No Kill Yet" list.

Visit Hugohugo's Facebook fan page, Twitter and Tumblr, then head on over to his NeatoShop for more geek-errific designs:

TMNINETY GreenPool SIFURIO Not So Long Ago

View more designs by Hugohugo | More Movie T-Shirts | New T-Shirts

Are you a professional illustrator or T-shirt designer? Let's chat! Sell your designs on the NeatoShop and get featured in front of tons of potential new fans on Neatorama!


Load More Comments Commenting is closed.

Confused Toddler Can't Find the Fork in His Hand


(Video Link)

The little boy desperately needs a fork so that he can eat his food. But his mommy won't give him one. She keeps telling him to just use the one that she has cunningly hidden in his right hand. She can't expect him to find it there!

-via Tastefully Offensive

See more about baby and kids at NeatoBambino

Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Sunk: The Story of Empires of the Deep

Jonathan Lawrence was the third director hired to shoot the film Empires of the Deep, but the first of three to direct the actual shooting. In 2010, filming began in China, a co-production of the sort Hollywood is actively seeking in order to take advantage of the massive Chinese movie audience.  

The offer to direct a fantastical adventure movie was a dream come true. Empires of the Deep would be China’s Avatar—a reportedly $100 million production featuring mermaid sirens, Greek warriors, pirates, and sea monsters, complete with cutting-edge special effects and an international cast. The film’s producers hoped that it would break through the cultural barrier that had frustrated producers on both sides of the Pacific for years: a Hollywood-style blockbuster made in China that would captivate audiences around the world.

But the offer came with strings attached. Massive strings. The film’s producer was Jon Jiang, a billionaire real estate mogul and film fanatic who had written Empires and put up much of the funding himself. On set he gave actors preposterous and contradictory directions. But mostly he deployed his assistants to watch Lawrence’s every move and report back to him.

The beach location, which would stand in for Mermaid Island, home of an ancient race of mer-folk, had much of what Lawrence required—a long stretch of coast, endless ocean beyond it—but a few weeks earlier, when he inspected the location, he couldn’t help but notice the row of luxury resort buildings at the edge of the sand. A bit modern for Mermaid Island, he thought.

Lawrence joked to the assistant director that they’d have to build a wall to hide the resort from view.

One shouldn’t make such jokes in China. When Lawrence was ready to shoot on the beach, there was a 15-foot wall hiding most of what they went to the beach for. That was just one of the many problems with the production of Empires of the Deep. Most of the main characters were played by Americans (the exception being the producer's girlfriend), the extras were Russian, and the crew was Chinese, which caused communication problems and left little time for actually filming the drama. The settings were dangerous, the weather uncooperative, and eventually everyone stopped getting paid. One American actress quit and had to sneak out a window with her boyfriend after the producer refused to return her passport. After Lawrence quit, two more directors gave it a shot, each with a different vision of what the finished movie should be. Six years later, the epic still hasn’t found a distributor, but the story of what went on behind the scenes at Atavist magazine is a fascinating look at how culture clash can suck millions of dollars down the drain. -via Digg       

(Image credit: Gilles Sabrie)


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Drone Footage Of Sharks Going Full Feeding Frenzy On Whale In Australia

Shark Week raises awareness about shark conservation and teaches us to fear sharks less, but then we watch a video of sharks going into full feeding frenzy mode on a whale and fear creeps right back in again.

We humans can't help but be afraid of one hungry shark, so how can we be expected to keep our cool knowing more than 70 sharks will gather in one place to chow down on a whale?

(YouTube Link)

This drone footage was shot near Shark Bay in Gascoyne, Western Australia, but as educational films like Sharknado, Sand Sharks and Avalanche Sharks show us a bunch of sharks can attack anywhere at any time.

Which is why I carry a can of shark repellant with me wherever I go...

-Via Boing Boing


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Delightful and Brilliant Food Inventions to Look Forward to

We love ice cream, but it melts to easily and it could look more impressive. Guest of a Guest has a great list of futuristic food creations and while they're all pretty impressive, the idea of ice cream that doesn't melt is all too exciting -and glow in the dark ice cream is simply a delightful idea. Then again, fat-burning pizza is pretty promising too.

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Dazzling GIFs Summing Up The Careers Of Famous Actors

 photo actor-careers-gifs-graphicurry-prasad-bhat-9-571f108a5148f__605_zpsqc3wv7nz.gif

Some actors get stuck playing the same kind of characters over and over again, typecast and trapped in a role loop that ultimately tanks their career.

On the other hand, many big name actors rise to the top because they're such good character actors, able to embody any role they're hired to play.

 photo actor-careers-gifs-graphicurry-prasad-bhat-10-571f108e75fbd__605_zpspky0r6vw.gif

They are the actors who keep our eyes glued to the screen, the stars who inspired artist Prasad Bhat to create these colorful career spanning caricature GIFs.

Prasad creates these fun pieces in Illustrator, spending a lot of time getting the caricature just right before dressing up his cartoon cast in the iconic costumes from their most famous roles.

 photo actor-careers-gifs-graphicurry-prasad-bhat-3-571f1074da6bd__605_zpsf3dhpld9.gif

See 10+ GIFs Summing Up Famous Actors' Careers here


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Drunk Australians Answer American Trivia Questions

Okay, this premise is guaranteed to be funny. There’s really no reason that Australians should know these things about the United States, but they have a few drinks and give it their best shot anyway. Need I say this contains NSFW language? It does.  

(YouTube link)

Anyway, some of these folks know more about America, even drunk, than Americans know about Australia. Honestly, can you name the capital of Australia without looking it up? -via Buzzfeed


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

How to Make Oreo Cannolis

Chef Josh Elkin helpfully provides a step-by-step instructional video to show you how to make this Oreo that you'll definitely take instead of the gun. First, he separated the Oreo cookies from the creme. Then he powdered the chocolate cookies and added fluor, shortnening, and an egg to make a dough. After shaping the dough around cannoli tubes, he deep fried it to create the shells.

With sugar, vanilla extract, and water, Elkin formed a frosting, which he piped into the cannoli shells. Unless I missed a step, he didn't use the creme filling, so you have something extra to eat after you fix the cannolis. 

-via @mdoughw_eats

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

15 Things You May Not Know About The Andy Griffith Show

Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website or at Facebook.

The Andy Griffith Show ran for 8 seasons on CBS (1960-1968). It remains with us, not only in our hearts, but in reruns, the world over. Perhaps more so than in any other familiar "classic" television show, Sheriff Andy, Deputy Barney Fife, Opie, Aunt Bee, Goober, Gomer, Floyd the barber et. al. seem more like friends to us than fictional characters. And although Mayberry may be a fictional town, I think, in times of stress, angst, and overwhelm in our own world, we all like to close our eyes and wish it were a real place.

Let's take a look at a few facts behind the beloved classic The Andy Griffith Show.

1. The characters were introduce on another show.

Sheriff Andy Taylor (Andy Griffith) and his son Opie (Ronnie Howard) were first seen in a February 1960 episode of Make Room for Daddy. Aunt Bee (Francis Bavier) was also featured in this episode, but was introduced as Harriet Perkins.

2. The opening theme song was called  "The Fishin' Hole."

It was composed by Earle Hagen and Herbert Spencer. That's Earle you hear whistling the song himself on the show's opening and closing credits. Everett Sloane composed the lyrics to the song, which were never used on the series. Andy Griffith actually made a record of the words to the song. You can hear it on YouTube.

3. Andy's homage to his dad.

At the beginning of the show, where you see Andy and Opie walking down the road together, you will see Opie throwing a rock and Andy nodding or shaking his head in acknowledgement. This was Andy's personal tribute to his own father, who he said would shake his head in the same manner to tell him "nice work" or "good job."

Continue reading

Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Prankster Leaves Weird Motivational Posters in a Store

Obvious Plant is the ongoing pranking project by Jeff Wysaski. He creates high-quality looking products that are slightly twisted in public venues, like an IKEA store, a library, and a bookstore.

For his latest prank, Wysaski made framed motivational posters, similar to those commonly used to decorate corporate offices cheaply and inoffensively. These encourage employees with platitudes typical of the genre--until you read the fine print. Wysaski placed these posters in housewares store.


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Calvin & Hobbes: Art Before Commerce

Everyone loved Calvin and Hobbes, and they still do, even though the comic ceased over twenty years ago. What is it that made the strip so special? Bill Watterson never phoned it in. He held his comic to the highest standard until he ran out of things to say …and then he quit. The strips never had a chance to become repetitive or cliched. But that’s not all there was to it.

(YouTube link)

Even all these years later, seeing a Calvin and Hobbes strip is a delight. Little boys with vivid imaginations will always be with us, as well as the philosophical questions they have about our confusing world.    


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Future War- Sponsored By Slurm


Future War by NemiMakeit

When civil war tears a pop culture planet apart it starts sending ripples throughout the fictional franchise galaxy, and soon all sorts of animated worlds are swept up in buddy battle fever. In this episode- New New York does an old, old story arc. You'd think humanoids would have figured out how to get along by the 31st century, especially with all those seasons under their utility belt. But there's always some hot head delivery boy or drunken robot willing to start a war over something stupid- like the last can of Slurm!

Cartoon civil war has never looked quite as hilarious as it does on this Future War t-shirt by NemiMakeit, slip it on and let the nerd raging begin!

Visit NemiMakeit's Facebook fan page and official website, then head on over to her NeatoShop for more delightfully geeky designs:

Don't Give A Duck BatHomer V SuperGriffin Bunny Soft Ass Why You Little

View more designs by NemiMakeit | More Cartoon T-shirts | New T-Shirts

Are you a professional illustrator or T-shirt designer? Let's chat! Sell your designs on the NeatoShop and get featured in front of tons of potential new fans on Neatorama!


Load More Comments Commenting is closed.

Iron Throne Made of Chicken Wings

"Hunger is coming!" proclaims chef Josh Elkin. He made this replica of the Iron Throne from Game of Thrones. Like the one on the show, it's forged from the chicken wings that Aegon the Conqueror took from the lords of Westeros that he subdued.

Elkin clearly isn't just a chef. He's a veritable architect with food, as we've seen in the past with his breakfast Jenga tower and his Taj Mahal pizza. Let us hope that he someday builds the entire Red Keep out of pickled pigs' feet.

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Raising Men Lawn Care Service

Alabama A&M student Rodney Smith Jr. didn’t own a lawnmower himself when he started volunteering to mow lawns for elderly people last year. He ended up mowing 100 lawns in 2015 and, with Terrence Stroy, launched an organization called Raising Men Lawn Care Service. The group of volunteers mow lawns for the elderly, disabled, single parents, or anyone in need. They have become quite popular in Huntsville, Alabama.

His service receives recommendations through Facebook of people in the Huntsville area who need their lawn mowed. He and Stroy often post photos on the organization's Facebook page of boys in their program, smiling with the person whose lawn they just mowed.

"A lot of people, they can't afford it," he said. "They're on social security, barely making it, and they're happy we can do this every two weeks for them."

That's another thing. The lawn-mowing isn't just a one-time thing. The lawncare service visits its clients every two weeks to make sure their lawns stay tidy.

Smith said he's seen clients cry tears of joy when they see their lawns. "One lady had bone cancer and couldn't afford to pay someone to cut her grass. So many people have fallen on hard times and it feels good to be able to help them."

About 20 boys, ages 7 to 17 participate in the program. Their parents or friends contact the service through Facebook, and Smith sends them the sign-up forms.  

(YouTube link)

The group has received support from law mower companies, hardware stores, and donors. Smith hopes the concept will catch on another communities. -via reddit


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

McDonald's and Liquor Store Get into Hilarious Sign War

A McDonald's restaurant and a liquor store are not natural enemies. In the wild, they usually ignore each other. But a McDonald's and a Sav-Mor in Somerville, Massachusetts are now locked in a joking war against each other, mocking each other with their signs.

It all started when the McDonald's offered a special deal on Egg McMuffins. The Sav-Mor decided to move into McDonald's territory:

Both businesses kept responding to each other. You can read the full exchange (so far) at That's Nerdalicious.

The sign war is escalating. The Boston Globe reports that a Sav-Mor the nearby town of Medford has joined the hostilities.

We've seen this before: it's like the system of alliances that turned the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand into World War I. Someone stop this madness before it kills us all!


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Why Are There Violent Rabbits In The Margins Of Medieval Manuscripts?

We’ve posted many times about the weird marginal illustrations in medieval manuscripts. You might have noticed over time that rabbits are a commonly-recurring theme. Sure, the monks that drew them probably saw rabbits often, but the ones in the fields never murdered anyone.

There are a great many strange things that can be seen in medieval illuminated manuscripts: weird human-animal hybrids, distorted monsters and odd scenes. These largely come under the category of ‘Drolleries’ or ‘Grotesques’. I’ll be entirely honest and admit that codicology isn’t my thing, so I’m not 100% certain why someone would spend hours lovingly illuminating an otherwise serious manuscript with such bizarre and nightmarish scenes, but for some reason, they would.

Drolleries sometimes also depicted comedic scenes, like a barber with a wooden leg (which, for reasons that escape me, was the height of medieval comedy) or a man sawing a branch out from under himself… which brings us to a particular type of Drollery – the ‘World Turned Upside Down’.

Ah, the essence of comedy, the contrary and unexpected thing. Jon Kaneko-James takes a closer look at a few famous examples of medieval rabbits causing mayhem that you’re sure to enjoy.  -via Metafilter


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Funny Robot Automatically Distributes Treats and Pats to Both Dogs and Humans


(Video Link)

T-Bone lives in Toronto with his human, James Cochrane. The latter is fairly clever by human standards. Cochrane built a robot that, with the press of a button, pats T-Bone on the head, then gives him a treat. It's called the IOT Robot People/Pet Affectionator.

The design incentivizes cooperation. On T-Bone's side of the machine is another button. When he presses it, it gives Cochrane a pat on the head, followed by a treat.

It works wonderfully! But it didn't start out that way. In the second half of the video, we see that Cochrane's initial design was dangerous to T-Bone.

-via Laughing Squid


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Game of Lulz

Some people watch Game of Thrones regularly, some wait to binge-watch, others just don’t care. Then there’s me, who follows the story only by reading all the spoilers on Monday. I know someday I might have time to watch the entire series, but then again, maybe not. In other words, I read all the spoilers so you don't have to. A list of funny images spawned by Sunday’s Game of Thrones episode at Uproxx is definitely full of spoilers, but if you watched it, they are darn clever. The image above is the least spoilery of them. You can check out the lulz from previous episodes, too.


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Which One Is the Doppleganger?

(Chris Hallbeck/Maximumble)

One is your wife. The other is her evil twin sister, now escaped from an asylum for the criminally insane. They look alike, but only one has learned how to tolerate you for long periods of time. Which one is the right one!?


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

27 Siblings of Famous Historical Figures

(YouTube link)

Famous people have families, too. It can’t be easy top be the lesser-known sibling of a famous person, but it has some benefits, too. And some of those siblings were successful in their own right, but still were eclipsed in the fame department. John Green tells us some fascinating tales about the brothers and sisters of famous folks in the latest episode of the mental_floss List Show.


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

World's Proudest Grandma Has Wallpaper and Fabric Covered with Photos of Her Grandkids

(Photo: Spoonflower)

It's like an otaku room, but for grandparenting.

Spoonflower is a company that produces custom fabrics. If you've got a design, they can produce bolts of it. Carmen Baugh, 66, of Durham, North Carolina made use of that service to decorate for her obsession: her grandchildren. Her philosophy is that a grandma can't have too many photos of her grandkids.

So with fabric covered with pictures of her two grandkids, she made curtains, pillows, clothes, and even wallpaper. Baugh says, "When I stand against the wall, my husband says that I just blend in and disappear. All you can see is my head."

You can see more photos of her extraordinary decor here.

-via Huffington Post


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Ten of the Most Famous Tilted Buildings in the World

When constructing a building that is expected to last a long time, getting it to stand straight up and down is pretty important. But apparently it’s not always crucial to making the building last. The most famous example is the Leaning Tower of Pisa, but it’s not the only one. And even if the building was originally straight, things happen.

Built in 1765, the Crooked House was first a farmhouse. The area was used for mining in the 1800s, and eventually, it caused one end of the structure to gradually sink. There is a four foot difference from side to side on the building now.

Eventually, it became a public house called Siden House. The word “siden” means crooked in the Black Country local dialect. At one time it was also named the Glynne Arms in honor of the area landowner. In the 1940s it was condemned as being unsafe. It was scheduled to be demolished, but the Dudley and Wolverhampton Breweries rebuilt it with girders and buttresses to retain its crooked angles, while making it safe for use. It is currently a pub and restaurant which contributes to optical illusions due to the tilted walls. It is possible to see marbles looking as if they are rolling uphill, and glasses appearing to slide across tables.

There are also buildings that were intentionally designed to be crooked. Read the stories of ten crooked buildings at Housely.


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Eat Magic - Do Unicorns Taste Like Chicken Or Candy?


Eat Magic by Hillary White

Companies talk about tasting rainbows and seeing colors the way they're supposed to be seen, but if you want to take the ultimate trip you've gotta eat some magic. Take a bite out of a magical beast and you'll be seeing all kinds of crazy stuff, grinning like a fool while the magic messes with your mind. It's some powerful stuff and should be used in moderation, but if your body can bear it the magic will make all other meals pale in comparison. And remember- you can't spell meat, madman or magic without MMMM!

Share your uniquely geeky style with the hungry world by wearing this Eat Magic t-shirt by Hillary White, it's a real doozy!

Visit Hillary White's Facebook fan page, official website and Tumblr, then head on over to her NeatoShop for more hilariously geeky designs:

Wolf Laser Bae Precious Light Skeletang

View more designs by Hillary White | More Funny T-shirts | New T-Shirts

Are you a professional illustrator or T-shirt designer? Let's chat! Sell your designs on the NeatoShop and get featured in front of tons of potential new fans on Neatorama!


Load More Comments Commenting is closed.

Replacing Guns With Selfie Sticks In Movie Stills

(Image Link)

Everywhere you go these days people are cluttering up our view with selfie sticks, using them like a weapon against your good times, which is not amusing.

However, selfie sticks are amusing in one entertainment related scenario- when weapons like guns and wands are replaced by selfie sticks in shots from famous films.

Who knew the selfie stick would make such a great comedy prop? Anybody who has been to a theme park full of tourists walking around with their selfie sticks in the air, that's who!

Those selfie stick crowds make you want to start calling everyone "punk", and not in the good way.

I think I saw this guy in the smoking area at Universal Studios Hollywood...

See Someone Is Replacing Guns With Selfie Sticks In Famous Movie Scenes here


Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 

Syncopated Ladies Salute Prince

Today is National Tap Dance Day! You might think tap is an obsolete form of dance, but the troupe Syncopated Ladies puts a modern twist to their routines.

(YouTube link)

Here they dance to Prince’s song “When Doves Cry.” They dance in perfect rhythm with very little repetition in the routine. This had to take some real work to learn.

Want to see more tap? Check out these 12 famous tap dance routines.

Check out more amazing talents over at our Mad Skills blog

Load More Comments
Start New Comment Thread...
Preview Comment
Start New Thread Post Your Reply

 
Email This Post to a Friend
""

Separate multiple emails with a comma. Limit 5.

 

Success! Your email has been sent!

close window
X

This website uses cookies.

This website uses cookies to improve user experience. By using this website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

I agree
 
Learn More