Alasdair Beckett-King parodied epic adventure quests, all which seem to involve complicated relationships, and meaningful eye contact.
A young boy named Oliver in Bordon, England, rode out on his toy rideable tractor and herded up the farm animals for feeding.
Abel Keogh shared an amusing video of a hungry alligator devouring the cellphone his son dropped onto the bank of a river.
MinuteEarth explains how solar eclipses may have an odd effect on some animals while others simply return to places where they feel most safe.
A pair of rescued squirrels who were raised by Andrea of Second Chances and released into the wild, visit their beloved rescuer regularly.
The Discovery UK Channel series "How It’s Made" goes inside the Patrón Tequila distillery to show how their bespoke spirit is made.
Mr. Panface is a series of moody anthropomorphic crêpes with googly eyes that lip sync various songs with the help of a spatula.
Randall Munroe of xkcd and Henry Reich of MinutePhysics explained what would happen if the Earth suddenly stopped rotating on its axis.
Charlie Dean Archives showed how photographs were sent to newspapers in the 1930s with the use of the newly available Wirephoto technology.
A very clever pig named Merlin quite ingeniously communicates his wishes to his human Mina with pressable speech buttons.