Yes, the poor little bugger has a few missteps and takes a plunge, but not before wiggling every which way and contorting its body to almost prevent the fall.
Hell, the cat’s even trying to do pull-ups at the end.
Imagine a dog in that situation. The clip would have been about 2 seconds long and ended with the dog in a lump almost before the person could hit ‘Record.’ Dopey dogs.
Yeah, that’s some real looking shit right there! MrZ didn’t skimp on the detail, so you shouldn’t feel bad about swooning a little when you see it in action. You should feel bad, however, if you stand in the way for too long and end up squished under one of those big ass feet.
Considering how large and clunky it must feel to wear the armor, he still moves around pretty easily. Plus there’s the added advantage of looking intimidating as hell with that slow, deliberate pace.
There’s no shortage of people making music with unique and interesting methods, sometimes even going so far as to create their own wacky ass instruments. One of my favorite innovations is when people repurpose completely non-musical items to play recognizable tunes, albeit sometimes only barely.
That being said: Dot matrix printer music. There’s a lot of it out there now, but this is easily my favorite. It’s well done, mostly accurate, and slowly builds up to a high pitched flurry of ear drum-busting goodness.
Sometimes, however, it takes a former inmate turned rapper/actor/singer/song writer/record producer/record executive/activist to turn an OK idea into a great one.
Does such a person even exist?
Leave it to Jimmy Kimmel to find this completely unknown person and lift him from obscurity to hilarious heights. Snoop Dogg, aka Snoop Doggy Dogg, aka Snoopzilla, aka host of Plizzanet Earth, narrates nature clips and turns them into the least informative yet most entertaining documentaries you’ll ever see.
The title of the video honestly says everything that needs saying, but I’ll elaborate anyway.
This is a video of Bryan Ropar attempting to crack an 80 foot long bull whip. First of all, where do you even get one of those things? Because seriously, unless the Amazon women on Futurama are using them, I see no need for such a thing to exist.
Luckily for us, Bryan has a good sense of humor and a healthy respect for physics. Not healthy enough to avoid doing something as stupid as playing with an 80′ whip, mind you, but healthier than the average bear.