As a test of your geekiness, see if you can guess all the characters in this cosplay video (some of them are easy, some not so much).
If you don’t get them all, don’t feel bad, just make sure you consume loads more sci-fi and comics then try again next year.
Landline telephones, surely they’ll be obsolete pretty soon because no one but telemarketers—and possibly your gran—uses them any more.
Relish broadband decided to find out just how irrelevant they are and took to the streets of London waving a £50 note around, offering it up to anyone who could dive into their mind and come back with their landline number.
Homeopathic remedies are a bunch of ball crap—and if you don’t believe that then this video should prove it’s true.
This woman swallows 50 homeopathic sleeping pills and guess what? Nothing much happens, because there’s nothing in them.
Harry Potter’s pretty great and all that, but he’s not very punk rock is he?
This video corrects that major flaw and gives him a bit of bad attitude cred by setting Harry Potter scenes to Anti-Nowhere League’s “So What”—because swear words make everything better.
Jessica Vanessa used to be a kindergarten teacher, but gave it all up to become a professional twerker.
That’s right kids forget about an education, giving or getting, instead shake your rump on Vine and you’ll be richer that you can possibly imagine.
Back in June Shia LaBeouf was arrested outside a performance of Cabaret in NYC and spent the night in jail.
Why? Well, Jimmy Kimmel wondered the same thing so asked Shia when the actor was on his show—and the epic story Shia recounts that led to his detainment are worthy of a film of their own.
Strangely, there is such a thing as having sex sober—yeah it sounds bizarre but it does happen. Allegedly.
And this sketch from College Humor shows a couple deciding to have sex sober, and what a big deal that is. Weirdoes.
Mitchell Reilly decided to grow a beard, because at some point in every man’s life a beard has to be grown.
Sadly, his wife wasn’t too keen on his facial hair so it had to go, but Reilly managed to document its life so we could all share in its glory.
Sci-fi space battles are great and all, but just how realistic are they? And can no one really hear you scream in space?
It’s Okay To Be Smart wades through all the Hollywood nonsense and takes a look at your favorite space battles to determine just how scientifically accurate they are.
It’s the end of the summer, which means it’s the end of holidays so what better time to find out about how people tanned in the sun.
In a riveting interview, a guy who’s just returned from holidaying in Greece discusses what factor sun cream he used and other tan-related issues of the day.