Tastefully Offensive

Jan 18, 2017

The Slow Mo Guys: Snapping a Steel Rod in Slow Motion

While visiting Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, The Slow Mo Guys, Gavin Free and Dan Gruchy, use a Phantom v2511 super high-speed camera to film a thick steel rod being ripped apart at 28,000 frames per seconds.

Previously: 100mph RC Car Wreck, iMac Annihilation, Soccer Ball vs. Face

Gabe the Dog Sings Queen's 'Don't Stop Me Now'

Berlin, Germany-based video editor Christian Gassner, aka "Rapid Liquid," remixed cute clips of Gabe the Pomeranian to create this hilariously brilliant borking rendition of Queen's 1978 classic rock hit, "Don't Stop Me Now."

Previously from Gabe: Howling in the Moonlight, Feel Bork Inc.

'The Little Rascals' Reimagined as 'Furious 7'

The latest movie trailer remix from CineFix cleverly combines clips from 1994 family comedy film, The Little Rascals, with the audio from the trailer for the 2015 seventh installment of the Fast and the Furious movie franchise, Furious 7. Watch a side-by-side comparison below.

Previously: Indiana Jones as a Jason Bourne Movie

12 Reasons the Famous 'Ocean's Twelve' Laser Dance Scene Doesn't Make Any Sense

After recently watching the 2004 comedy heist film, Ocean's Twelve, YouTube user Technical Bovine was very confused by the Night Fox's laser dance scene in the film, and made this video in hopes of getting some answers. Watch the full scene below.

How Comedian Louis C.K. Tells a Joke

Los Angeles-based writer Evan Puschak, aka "The Nerdwriter" dissects a joke by Louis C.K. to explore how the legendary comedian constructs and performs his signature style of comedy.

Previously from Evan: How "Sherlock" Visualizes Thought