If you’ve been on the social medias lately, you probably have come across the incredibly disturbing security video from Deerpark CBS Secondary School in Ireland.
Oh man, the live action Attack on Titan movie looks many types of awesome.
Google Images indexes and categorizes trillions of images and it’s not a group of employees sitting there day and night sorting and organizing our jpegs and PNG files.
Based in the early 22nd century, the Leviathan is a short teaser film about an alien whale.
I don’t have much of an “awwwwwwww” factor and I shrug my shoulders at the same dog and cat videos that make thousands smile, “like”
In honor of the new Godzilla movie that was just released (the one that I can’t believe I haven’t seen yet), I’ve dedicated this post to Destroy All Monsters, the ultimate kaiju battle royale film.
I was in the pinchers of an internet rabbit hole last night when I came across this photo of a scary crabzilla climbing up a garbage can.
> What I Found Out Today: After posting this, I was curious as to why do daddy long legs pile up like they did in the video (and this video). If their legs weren’t splayed about for some insane, mass spider cult orgy, it certainly wasn’t for comfort. So what gives, papi?
> What looks like a clumpy pile of hair that was swept into the corner of the barbershop floor, is actually a nest of daddy long legs (how is that comfortable?). Don’t know what those are? Play the video.
The ocean is fucking scary. And when I say that, I’m referring to my fear of regular old eels, octopi, weird carnivorous plants, fish with teeth, and swimming. I’m not even talking about deep-sea monsters like this fucking thing:
Without the right perspective, it’s difficult to tell just how large this crab was. Let me assure you, it was huge. Go to Asian Jewels Seafood Restaurant in Flushing to see for yourself. If you dare… The aquarium is about 2 feet tall if that helps. No, really, that crab was HUGE! Huge, I say!
On our way to see the Taj Mahal, our driver pulled the car over to buy some water. I was in the back seat minding my own business. I wasn’t looking out my window, but was looking toward the street, when I heard a tapping on my window. I turned to see this man, half-smiling […]