As big a gamer as I am, I have to admit that the Dance Dance Revolution games are not for me. I’d be lucky to not fail out of the easiest one player game. However, I have found a guy who these games are for. This dude is amazing. He takes on a two player game all by himself and absolutely kills it. Now I don’t know if there is a Dance Dance Revolution championship tournament out there (there probably is), but if this guy doesn’t win it, I don’t know if I want to see the person who does.
This can display of Mario is probably the most impressive thing of it’s kind that I’ve ever seen. Seeing this picture took me back to my days of working at a grocery store when I was a teenager. I probably got more enjoyment out of making these displays than I was supposed to. While I never got to do anything this elaborate, I always rejoiced in the fact that I was getting paid to use stuff like 12 packs of soda as building blocks. For a guy who still plays with LEGOs, that’s not a bad gig.
Today I present to you a cat in a shark costume riding a Roomba while chasing a duck around. And just for good measure, towards the end of the video a dog shows up, also wearing a shark costume. I don’t think I need to say much else. This is not really the kind of thing you can embellish with words. You’re welcome!
It started out as a normal traffic stop for this officer, but it escalated quickly. I’ll bet when he put on his uniform that morning he never thought his day would turn out like this. Most police officers would just say it’s all part of the job, but I don’t know, I’d be asking for a raise after going through this ordeal.
There are a lot of things I’d say I was fairly decent at, but I’m not good enough at any one thing to be considered super talented at it. While I’m already very aware of this fact, it seems like every day the internet shows me a new way in which I am inferior. Today’s little nugget comes in the form of an awesome pencil carving. I can already hear some of you saying, “A pencil carving? Really?” Yes, really. It’s worth a look, trust me.
I’ve been a pretty big video gamer my whole life. The first game I can ever remember playing was Ms. Pac-Man. My brother and I took turns on the game while at the laundromat with our mom. Since that time, I’ve never stopped gaming. Even with the technological advances in the gaming industry, I miss the arcades of old. I would spend hours in them. Even after I had spent all my money I’d still hang around and watch everyone else play. As much as I love home consoles, the arcade as I knew it effectively disappearing makes it feel like a little magic has been lost. Still, the memory lives on in myself and others, and it always does my heart good to see people still paying tribute to the games of the past. Today’s video is such a tribute. It is a stop motion video made entirely with post-it notes. It lasts only two and a half minutes, but took 4,800 post-it notes, 5,722 still images, and 11 months to complete. My hat is off to the guy for sticking with it until it was done.