This is a pretty well done video mixing the sound effects, music and top screen from Street Fighter II to a video of an angry goat taking out his frustration on the world. Even if this video wasn’t funny (which it is) the music alone is enough to give you a huge rush of Nostalgia. Enjoy!
An artist out of Thailand has created this pretty impressive Hulk sculpture made entirely from scrap metal. Oh sure, people are impressed with this but not my drawings? It’s all a popularity contest if you ask me.
Back in 1992 and 1993 Coke made commemorative cans to celebrate the World Series wins by the Toronto Blue Jays. I’m sure they did this for every team but living in Canada I only saw these cans. in 1993 Coke ran a commercial congratulating The Blue Jays on the win. It is terrible and I’m pretty sure they ran it minutes after the Jays win which blew my mind as a 10 year old. I don’t know why (maybe because they are my favourite team and it was the last time they won a World Series or even made the playoffs for that matter) but this song has stuck in my head some 20+ years later.
Feel free to let us know if they do this every year for each team. I hope they do because it’s pretty cool and not to brag but I still have my can from 1992.
This sketch is bat-shit awesome! I won’t spoil any of it for you, I’ll just say that it is hilarious. Oh, and I’m pretty sure the plot lines they are talking about are made up but Family Matters got pretty crazy by the end so you could convince me that one or two of those are true. Enjoy!
In our lifetime most of us have enjoyed or even taken for granted the fact that all pictures have been in colour. In fact many us now use applications on our phones to make our photos seem more rough or old-fashioned. Those facts aside, we still grew up with most iconic pictures in history (pre 1970s) still being in black and white…until now. So here is a collection of rare historical photos with colour added. Enjoy!
See the full list of photos here.
Claude Monet, 1923
Lou Gehrig, 1939
Time Square, 1947
Lee Harvey Oswald, 1963
Winston Churchill, 1941
Albert Einstein, 1921
Mark Twain, 1900
Clint Eastwood, 1962
Elizabeth Taylor, 1956
Babe Ruth, 1920