Japan has done it again! Now you can watch guys try to keep their cool while getting a handy, all while trying to stay in key. The Japanese truly have their finger (and possibly their whole hand) on the throbbing pulse of television.
Just in case you're curious, here's the video:
Say goodbye to productivity, because this game just took over your workday/life.
Whenever you start typing a search into Google, the search engine tries to predict what it thinks you are looking for based on previous searches.
The results are often absurd and can make you question your faith in humanity.
You just pick a category (Culture, People, Names, Questions), and the site chooses a question/topic. The top 10 very real results from Google’s API are posted to the board which you then have to guess.
Just like “Family Feud” you get just 3 strikes before the game ends.
“Beware, certain results may be offensive and/or incomprehensible,” Hook writes on the page.
The game’s received a lot of attention since it launched, so much so that it apparently crashed their servers.
Thursday night’s Jeopardy was just plain sad.
Two of the contestants, Brad & Stephanie, ended the game with negative scores, leaving only 34-year-old Kristin Sausville to play Final Jeopardy.
“This was not one of our greatest days,” said Alex Trebek at the end of Double Jeopardy.
Brad and Stephanie had -$200 and -$6,800 each before they were whisked off stage in shame.
The only thing worse would have been if Kristin wagered it all and ended up in red as well.
Kristin’s husband has also been on the show in the past, and coincidentally, this same thing happened to one of his competitors, according to People Magazine.
The best thing to come out of this? Poor Stephanie’s face.