Meanwhile in Poland…
Peyton McCubbin is a 12-year-old girl with schizencephaly, a condition similar to cerebral palsy. She is in a wheelchair, but that doesn’t mean she is not having fun for Halloween, despite her disability. Each year, Peyton’s parents build awesome costumes around their daughter’s wheelchair.
A new, low-cost yet strangely efficient, parking sensor from Brazil that could revolutionize the car industry as we know it! Nah, just kidding. It’s only a balloon, but it made me giggle.
Who the hell makes a bazooka at home or is that just me?!
Things you need to make your own fire tornado: some lighter fluid, a bucket, a match and 11 window fans.
Colombian video artist Dicken Schrader and his kids Milah and Korben cover Depeche Mode’s Everything Counts on a xylophone, an old Yamaha keyboard and a bunch of homemade improvised instruments. The best thing you will see today, guaranteed!
With this DIY proximity sensor, car parking has never been easier…or funnier!
In India, when life gives you mud – you make an awesome homemade slip n’ slide. This is what kids who don’t own Xboxs do for fun.
So, if you have a homemade slip n slide, make sure you calculate your landing spot properly and consider all the factors, like weight, gravity, use of a wet suit and amount of soap used before you slide off the roof into your misplaced kiddie pool. Otherwise you will fail miserably like this guy.
Meet Conheça Claudinho, Brazil’s finest drummer, performing on what has got to be the world’s greatest improvised set of drums.