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Well, it's official. Ryan Reynolds is Deadpool IRL.

The dudes twitter is a goldmine for quips, one liners and hilarious reflections on reality.

So it's with our pleasure we present to you:

The God-King of Twitter.

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"You just made the biggest mistake of your career, what are you gonna do next?"

"I’m going to... stay off the Internet!"

I imagine that’s what New York Giants running back Bobby Rainey is saying tonight after his game against the Packers. During a kickoff, Rainey caught a ball that was clearly going out of bounds.

As the announcer said, “That was a mistake.”

Not only doesn't Rainey have his team, coach, and self to answer to, but Twitter is destroying him right now. Nothing’s out of bounds. Check it out:

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Can we just stop Justin Timberlake from doing stuff?

It’s enough that he’s an acclaimed singer, dancer, and actor, but does he have to be good at free throws, too? And this is just him messing around the court, sinking half-court shots. What's next? He gonna be really good at predicting what month comes after April? 

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The rage. 

I mean, maybe he could be good at cleaning up the ocean or getting humans to Mars, things that would benefit all of us instead of just making us feel bad about ourselves. Right? Then again, we’d probably be just as annoyed at that too.

JT, give it a rest. Enjoy your millions of dollars and, what seems like, a really nice and supportive relationship with Jessica Biel.

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There are few things that add more to a word than the placing the word “Rocket” in front of it. Well, maybe the word “Mania” or “Rama” behind it.

In this video, YouTubers The Backyard Scientists attempt to recreate a small scale version of a Mythbusters classic. They attached a blade to a track, light a rocket, and send through a toy car, a whole chicken, some fruit, and a steak. This is knife moves at 150 mph and could cut through anything.

Oh, and one time the knife blew up. It rocks.

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Apple was pretty brave this year.

After removing every port they possibly could so that they could create both more dongles and fewer wires, they released a new MacBook Pro with a Touch Bar and totally affordable price tag.

But what about us poor schmoes that can’t afford a $2,300 laptop? There’s a YouTube video for that.

In just 26 seconds this video will show you how to turn your old, broken, awful, worthless, bordering on illegal MacBook into a brand-new, state-of-the-art Touch Bar-ready MacBook.

Tools you’ll need:

  • MacBook Pro
  • Masking Tape
  • Electrical Tape

Get to work!

Age ain’t nothing but an excuse.

This 105-year-old man just set a new cycling world record. 105. Years. Old. Our target demo is, like, 14 to 30, which means you have no excuse for spending so much time with those dang video games. X-Box One. More like X-Box None until you set a world record.

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The Associated Press reports that Robert Marchand, who had once been told by a coach to give up because he was never going to achieve anything on that bike, “set a world record in the 105-plus age category — created especially for the tireless veteran — by riding 22.547 kilometers (14.010 miles) in one hour.”

Marchand isn’t just a world record holder, he’s spent time during his 105 years working as a firefighter, a truck driver, and a lumberjack, and only took up biking at 68. Man, we’re all so pathetic compared to this dude.

The Huffington Post says that “the cyclist can attribute his athleticism to eating fruits and vegetables, not smoking, drinking wine in moderation, exercising daily and going to bed at 9 p.m.”

Better get to work.

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