Yo! This guy’s literally taking the music to the streets. Take a Wu-Tang Clan classic, an afro, guitar, mic, and some drums put them all together with some fine talent and what do you get? You get a lesson in badassery.
If I saw this guy busking in the street I wouldn’t be able to get my hand high enough for the stratospheric high-ten, no high 20 (I’d use my feet as well), I’d want to give him.
Load up the 4×4! And stuff that chill bag with nibbles and wine because it’s time to listen to Adam Buxton incredibly awesome “Festival Song.”
YEAH! So if you’re off to the Inoffensive Electronica Festival with the fam, make sure you give this a listen before heading out that door.
People fail all the time, but sometimes when they fail they fail so hard they completely disappear from view.
Perhaps they’ve fallen into some bushes, or through a door or into some else’s garden—unpredicatable fails you might call them. Here’s a compilation of some of the best.
Not all things from the past are relevant now, but it also means that some things shouldn’t be tampered with. Take for instance the strange baroque powdered wigs that people used to wear, they were mainly used to cover baldness due to head lice, not such a problem in the 21st century.
But, some things do remain constant and by some things that means: beer. Yes, the beloved alcoholic drink that comes after only tea, coffee and water as Homer Simpson’s and the world’s most favored beverage. So once you hit upon a good recipe you don’t want to mess with it, you just want to consume it.
This might not be the sort of pram you want to put your baby in, but don’t deny it’s pretty damn cool.
These guys and their souped up pram are hoping to break the sound barrier. OK, maybe not, but they’re hoping to get up to 50mph.
Destin Sandlin, from YouTube science channel Smarter Every Day, sets himself the challenge of learning to ride a backwards bike with reversed steering.
It was difficult but he didn’t give up, taking 8 months to finally master it—but then when he tries to ride a normal bike, it’s isn’t as easy to switch back as he thinks.
Immigration is a divisive issue in the UK and you’ll find the small-minded minority like to make the loudest racket.
And this spoken word poem addresses those bigots, inspired by a racist swine who this woman used to work with.
wesbo | 08.19.16 | Videos
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.