Kangaroos can get in some pretty hairy fights with each other and watching them could be quite a good spectator sport.
But you need a running commentary for it to be a proper spectator sport, so Starlians Ozzy Man and Mozza step up to the plate and provide exactly that.
How would you react to the strange world of Japanese anime had you never seen it before? Exactly.
And these people really don’t have a clue about anime—which means they’re shocked, appalled, and seriously impressed by what they see.
It’s something every parent has to do at some point—discuss sex with their offspring.
It’s a time of intense embarrassment for the kid, so why not heighten that embarrassment by filming the moment it happens and share it with the internet? Why not, indeed.
Batman has changed his look more times than a pop diva over the years as his comic book character has evolved and changed hands with different artists.
This video charts his transformation, taking in 75 of his batsuits drawn by everyone from Bob Kane to Greg Capullo.
If you didn’t spend 2014 watching a bunch of guys prank some strangers, then what the heck were you doing with your time?
But for those people with a life, pranksters JStuStudios have collated all of their funniest pranks from last year into one handy compilation.
This is Henry Phillips of Henry’s Kitchen and he likes to make cookery shows that are terribly depressing.
In this video he shows you how to make family styled baked spaghetti as well as dishing out some sound advice like “I’ve found if you have a really good sauté pan then you don’t need someone to share your life with.” It’s true.
CGP Grey investigates how an automated workforce might come about and how it might impact the economy.
After looking at the possibilities, Grey then makes the case for why half those people now currently in work may lose their jobs if robots become a more regular part of the future workforce.
Looking around at the world you’d be forgiven for thinking we were built to be total a-holes.
But no, turns out actually we were built to be compassionate and kind—at least according to UC Berkeley psychologist Dacher Keltner, who thinks that sympathy has evolved to be one of the strongest of human instincts.
Singing along to the tune of Ian Dury and the Blockheads’ “Reasons to be Cheerful, Part 3″, Charlie Brooker details why last year was such a shit.
He even has the Blockheads there jamming along with him, delivering in the funkiest and most entertaining way possible why 2014 was the year of fear.
Chances are you saw a lot of Russell Brand in the media over the course of 2014, he was quite hard to avoid.
But in case you’ve only just emerged from your cavern, YouTuber Jake Yapp sums it all up in under three minutes, from the good to the infuriating.