Adorable Dog Is Determined to Retrieve His Ball From Between the Spindles of a Wooden Chair

An adorable dog named Teddy is absolutely determined to retrieve his ball from in between the spindles of a wooden chair, despite the fact that his humans encourage him to go around and get it from the other side. According to his human Darren Black, Teddy “is not the brightest dog in the world”, but it’s entirely possible that Teddy just preferred the challenge.

via Nothing To Do With Arbroath

Magician Frightens Strangers When an ‘Alien’ Chestburster Violently Shoots Out of His Rib Cage

Magician Rahat Hussein (see previously) recently frightened unsuspecting strangers when he walked up to them on the street and had an Alien chestburster violently shoot out of his rib cage. Rahat previously scared fast food drive-thru employees with the same amusing prank.

Rahat worked together with Morph Costumes to create his Alien-themed outfit, which is available to purchase online.

Vsauce3 Explores and Examines What It Would Be Like If Mankind Lived on the Moon

Vsauce3 (see previously) host Jake Roper recently explored and examined what it would be like if mankind lived on the Moon. One of the many fun facts that Roper discussed was that “if we lived on the Moon for a year, we’d be .002 seconds older than if we had stayed on Earth.”

Mankind has always dreamed of colonizing the Moon. In fact, in the 1950s and 60s, the US military drafted up numerous proposals for Army and Air Force lunar bases. But what if we actually lived there?

What if We Lived on the Moon

What if We Lived on the Moon

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A Series of Famous Film Scenes Recreated Using LEGO Bricks

15-year-old filmmaker Morgan Spence recreated many famous film scenes using LEGO bricks for his short film “Brick Flicks: Famous Films and Movie Posters in LEGO.” The stop-motion animation is a promotional piece for the book Brick Flicks: 60 Cult Movie Scenes & Posters Made from Lego by LEGO master builder Warren Elsmore. Spence recreated scenes from such classic films as Breakfast at Tiffany’sThe Wizard of OzWayne’s World, and more.




photos via Morgan Spence

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‘Girl With a Pierced Eardrum’, A New Banksy Street Art Work Based on ‘Girl With a Pearl Earring’ by Johannes Vermeer

Girl with a Pierced Eardrum by Banksy

On Monday Banksy revealed Girl with a Pierced Eardrum, a new work of street art based on the iconic painting, Girl with a Pearl Earring, by Johannes Vermeer. Banksy’s work, painted on a building in Bristol, UK, incorporates an alarm bell in place of the original painting’s pearl earring. The Independent reports that, as of today, the new work has already been vandalized with splatters of paint.

Girl with a Pierced Eardrum by Banksy

Girl with a Pierced Eardrum by Banksy

photos via Banksy