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S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Bring Captain Marvel Up To Speed In This Funny Audi Ad

Whether or not you are pumped about the Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame hitting the theaters this week, you will want to watch the fully-electric Audi e-tron SUV commercial starring Brie Larson as Carol Denver AKA Captain Marvel. Usually, I am not into this (I have nothing against commercials – in case you are wondering), but this one here is too funny not to share. Continue reading S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Bring Captain Marvel Up To Speed In This Funny Audi Ad

New Avengers: Endgame Trailer Takes You Thru All The MCU Movies To Date

It is just 9 days (or 8 days, depending on which part of the world you are located) before the most anticipated movie event of the year, Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame, hits the theaters. Marvel is relentless in drumming up the hype up, doing things like, you know, sending its casts to talk shows after talk shows, serving up toys and collectibles with its partners, and just 10 days prior, it pushed out this: a trailer of sort entitled Avengers: Endgame | “To the End”. Continue reading New Avengers: Endgame Trailer Takes You Thru All The MCU Movies To Date

Once Upon A Time, A Japanese Tried To Crowdfund 360-Degree VR Videos Of Women Cycling

This piece of news may be very late, but the content of it makes it a news on any given day. Late or not, it does not matter because, I had a good laugh and so, I think it would be sin not to share it with you guys – even if it is nearly nine months late. Anyways, the story goes that a lover of “women’s legs riding a bicycle across the saddle” had once pulled a crowdfunding campaign on Yahoo! Japan’s PassMarket, aptly called Fetish VR, to help fund his unusual fetish. Continue reading Once Upon A Time, A Japanese Tried To Crowdfund 360-Degree VR Videos Of Women Cycling

Watch The First Official Trailer Of Dora And The lost City Of Gold

If you don’t already know, there is going to be a Dora the Explorer Live Action movie coming this August. Yes. That Dora. The somewhat popular American educational cartoon TV series by Nickelodeon that didn’t last more than two years is coming to the silver screen. I couldn’t believe it myself, but you know what? I think it may just be bigger than the short-lived animated series. IMHO, it is like the youth version of Lara Croft. Here’s the gist of the story: Continue reading Watch The First Official Trailer Of Dora And The lost City Of Gold

Hidden Safe Behind Fake Wall Outlet: Not For When You Are Not Sober

This is such a genius idea that it will be a crime not to share it here. OK. Whether or not it is genius is debatable, but anyways… what you see here is a safe hidden away behind a fake wall outlet. Unlike the numerous wall outlet safes in the market, this one requires two keys to open. Well, I guess you could call this unnamed wall outlet safe a two-key authentication safe. It requires sticking a “key” into an electrical socket to remove the face plate of the wall outlet and another key to remove a box that would allow the side panel to come off for accessing the hidden storage area. Continue reading Hidden Safe Behind Fake Wall Outlet: Not For When You Are Not Sober

Lucas the Spider Is Sweet Enough To Wash Out The Soapy Aftertaste

Originally, we felt like giving this too-sweet-for-our-glucose-level animated short a pass, but after writing about the ewwww-worthy post about soap tasting, I think Lucas the Spider animation sounds like the sweet treat we need to balance out the soapy after taste (even though we have never tasted soap). If you are unaware, Lucas the Spider is an adorable animated character created by animator Josh Slice, named after and voiced by Slice’s nephew. Continue reading Lucas the Spider Is Sweet Enough To Wash Out The Soapy Aftertaste

Boiling Water In Polar Vortex Trick Did Not Go As Planned For This Man

If you haven’t heard, certain areas of the U.S. has been hit by Polar Vortex, resulting in these areas registering temperature as low as -55 Fahrenheit. Good lord. I can’t imagine if I can even survive in such frigid condition. The severe cold has caused much inconveniences, including forcing school to close, relegate many to inside of their homes and generally, making getting outside the warm of the home dangerous. However, some people are taking the Polar Vortex in the stride. How? By throwing boiling hot water into the air and witnessing it turning into steam/snow. Continue reading Boiling Water In Polar Vortex Trick Did Not Go As Planned For This Man

Bugatti’s 3D Printed Brake Caliper Get Tested, Endured Heat Of Over 1,8000F

When Volkswagen Group’s Bugatti wowed the world with the world’s first 3D-printed Titanium Brake Caliper, we thought it will be just another fancy tech that will never see the light of production. Well, I guess I was wrong, so very wrong. As it turns out, the world’s first 3D-printed Titanium Brake Caliper is going to be made and used on actual cars after all. Continue reading Bugatti’s 3D Printed Brake Caliper Get Tested, Endured Heat Of Over 1,8000F

Watch Ken Block’s Biggest Tire-shredding Video Project From The Gymkhana Files

Petrolheads with the need for the speed would not want to miss this video: Ken Block’s Gymkhana Ten. Presented by Ken Block and Hoonigan, this video was part of Ken Block’s Documentary: The Gymkhana Files which was first available exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. Gymkhana Ten is billed as Block’s latest and biggest tire-shredding video to date. Continue reading Watch Ken Block’s Biggest Tire-shredding Video Project From The Gymkhana Files

How Home Alone Would Have Been If Kevin Had Google Assistant

I am sure we are all familiar with Home Alone (Fox, 1990), the Christmas comedy blockbuster that propelled the then 10-year-old Macaulay Culkin into super stardom. The film details how the young protagonist, Kevin McCallister, got on with day-to-day life when his parents accidentally left him alone at home and how he handled burglars hellbent in entering his home. Continue reading How Home Alone Would Have Been If Kevin Had Google Assistant