Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet. Funday links will open in a new window.
This magic act is simply amazing. It starts off with a few tricks where you watch it and think, “come on, that’s pretty obvious,” but then… Well, I’ll let you watch and be amazed.
This chick is super hot, and now, thanks to her unnatural crush on Barack Obama, she’s ridiculously famous.
This is one of the longest, most complicated Rube Goldberg devices I’ve ever seen.
The tires on this guy’s bike were stolen, and the whole thing was caught on tape. As “an exercise in catharsis,” he cut the footage together and wrote a laugh-out-loud funny song about it.
It really should be Pop vs. Soda vs. Coke. The age-long debate has resulted in this map, which breaks down, by county, how likely you are to say pop, soda, coke, or something else. It turns out that no one is correct. Originally, it was called phosphate. The first brand was Soda-Pop, which ended up becoming the generic name for it (the same thing happened to Xerox and Kleenex). Some people (who, in my opinion, are morons) say Coke when referring to any type of soda.
“Do you want a coke?”
Morons. Be sure to check out The Great Pop vs. Soda Controversy (the home page for the site) for a link to the statistics and other such info.0 People like this. Be the first!