Using Kung-Fu to market a golf game? The makers of ‘Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13,’ Electronic Arts, seem to think it’s a good idea. EA has unveiled a viral commercial starring the basketball giant Shaquille O’ Neal and the game’s title master Tiger Woods. Dressed in traditional samurai garb, the two sports legends bow in honor before…well, you’ll have to watch.
Imagine all your favorite childhood memories combined into one awesome toy. That’s exactly what LEGO fan Julius von Brunk did when he created the ‘Domaster & Tetrawing’ – an amalgamation of the Nintendo Game Boy, the game ‘Tetris’ and Transformers – that is actually a transforming “Nintendobot.” Check out how the Tetris cartridge transforms into the ‘Tetrawing’ robot below. It’ll put your LEGO skills to shame.
‘Twilight‘-themed weddings? Done a hundred times. ‘Harry Potter‘-themed weddings? It’s passe. With several major franchises having come to a conclusion thanks to their big budget movie adaptations, themed-weddings are on the lookout for the “next big thing.” Enter ‘The Hunger Games,’ the best-selling book trilogy and soon to be blockbuster film.
‘Twi-hards’ around the world let out a collective shriek when a clip from the final film in the ‘Twilight’ franchise, ‘The Twilight Saga – Breaking Dawn Part 2,’ was leaked online. The clip, recorded by Twi-hards at a Target store, shows the newlywed and newly-turned-into-a-vampire Bella (Kristen Stewart) having a chat with her pale-faced husband Edward (Robert Pattinson).
Ever wanted to be the ruler of your own town? Well, here’s your chance. The small (and we mean small) town of Buford, Wyoming, has a population of just one. And that one resident has now decided it’s time for him to move out and put the town up for sale. Don Sammons, who moved to Buford over 20 years ago, is auctioning the 10-acre town at a starting bid of $100,000.
Six sweet Russian grannies have become a viral sensation after their appearance on the Eurovision Contest. What’s the Eurovision Contest, you ask? Why it’s only the biggest singing competition in all of Europe.
While we are years away from hovering over traffic at 88 miles per hour, there’s no harm in trying to bring to life one of the greatest creations in movie magic: the flying DeLorean car from ‘Back to the Future.’ That’s exactly what a bunch of hobbyists in icy Russia did.
Takeru Kobayashi, the world famous competitive eater (yes people, there is such a thing) was at SXSW at the behest of GroupMe and RecordSetter.com to attempt the most grilled cheese sandwiches eaten in one minute. Now this is a world record we can get behind.
You may want to add this to your list of things you can’t do on a flight these days. Jeanie Daniels was on her way to Houston to meet her boyfriend when she was asked by the flight-attendant to stop polishing her nails due to the smell. Daniels, realizing she had only two more nails left to do, then went to the bathroom to finish them, so as not to bother her fellow passengers. Turns out Southwest won’t allow that even in the airplane bathroom.
The news bloopers just keep on coming. During Fox News’ early morning Super Tuesday wrap-up, the head news anchor went live to Washington correspondent Doug Luzader for an update on the election race. To quote the news anchor, it went like this: “Hello Doug… Hi Doug… uh… I, guess not…”
As Apple unveiled its new iPad, the Twittersphere exploded when a user in Pittsburgh spotted someone who looked like the late Apple CEO sitting at a bar and working on a laptop. Before you start with the “Steve Jobs walks into a bar” jokes, check out the full photo below.
The internet’s favorite astrophysicist, Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson, was asked by a reader of TIME magazine what the most astounding fact he could share was. Tyson’s profound answer has now been made even more breathtaking thanks to a fan-made video.
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