When the kids aren’t staring into their phones and playing Pokemon Go, it seems they’re making Vines about playing Pokemon Go.
And they’re making A LOT of them, but don’t worry you don’t need to go searching them out because they’ve been handily curated together in this compilation.
James Corden takes a trip to the White House and after being let through the gates, Michelle Obama turns up to give him the grand tour.
But this isn’t any ordinary tour, because FLOTUS shows off her karaoke skills too, nailing Stevie Wonder, Beyonce, and even rapping along with Missy Elliott.
While the rest of us make do with getting around in a plain boring old car, this guy has gone to the next level. Multicopter level.
And it’s quite a feat, completely DIY he constructs a seat atop eight mini propellers which, amazingly, launch him into the air. It’s exceptional, if totally dangerous.
Until one of our senses, or part of one, is taken away from us we don’t really have any clue as to how much it enriches our world, and what it would be like to live without it.
But videos like this one help us empathise—it features two brothers Jimmy and Jace who are colorblind but get to see the world like the rest of us when they put on a pair of EnChroma glasses—and become completely overwhelmed.
You’re not doubt aware that Britain has a new prime minister, one that nobody elected but there we are.
But what you’re probably not aware of is that Teresa May is a pretty badass rapper—put the beat from Fresh Prince of Bel Air behind her and you get this. Wack.
We’re all liable to be victims of hackers these days, from the average person to huge corporations, nothing or nowhere is safe. And the more of our objects that go online, the more objects can be hacked.
YouTubers GradeAUnderA takes a look at the subject and provides a guide to keeping yourself as safe and ensuring you’re 100% hack proof—or as hack proof as possible, anyway.
It’s been a few weeks and one prime minister since Brexit happened and it’s implications still aren’t clear—in fact nothing is clear.
Still, in these times of chaos and uncertainty we might as well laugh before we all cry and breakdown—and this sketch from Foil Arms and Hog is a surefire way to get some giggles out of the Brexit catastrophe.
On an episode of ‘Would I Lie to You?’ Rob Brydon reveals the sweatshirt him and his wife wear to snuggle on a cold evening. Called The Cuddle Jumper it features two head holes and it’s ridiculous.
But things really get interesting when Brydon demonstrates how to use it with The Apprentice’s Nick Hewer. Two guys in a jumper has never been so hilarious. David Mitchell is beside himself.