Clickbait is your weekly wrap up of interesting and must-watch videos you’ve missed this week. This list is produced as a result of procrastination, caffeine, and late-night YouTube link surfing. Some videos will amaze you and some will tickle your funny bone. Also, don’t forget to check out the secret link at the end of the article.
Counting To 100,000 In One Video
Mr Beast has recently hit 20 million subscribers and to celebrate we’ll look at one of his original hits. If you’ve not seen any of his videos, what have you been up to? He’s the king of outlandishly strange videos with challenges that are bizarre but very entertaining to watch. It took him over 40 hours to complete this one but here’s the 24 hour highlight package. We live in strange times indeed.
Terminator 2 starring Sylvester Stallone
The world gives us the most advanced computer technology and what do we do, create deep fakes of movies we’ve all wondered about. The team over at Ctrl Shift Face has answered the question in gloriously terrific fashion. Here is Sylvester Stallone as The Terminator, with a nice little intro from The Last Action Hero.
What did we use before USB?
Kids, before your fancy USB and Lighting ports, we had some other cool interfaces that allowed you to connect various devices to each other. It was a nightmare. Here is what you missed out on, just that your lucky stars we don’t use serial ports anymore.
Looney Tunes compilation
Now here’s a video to save to your favourites list. A massive four-and-a-half-hour marathon of Looney Tunes episodes dating back to the 1930s, featuring our favourite characters including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Porky Pig.
How This Guy Folds and Flies World Record Paper Airplanes
John Collins is known as “The Paper Airplane Guy” and he has devoted himself to designing, folding, and flying the world’s finest paper airplanes. Check out this video on how he folds those incredible paper flyers. Then, switch off your PC and go play outside.
Ad Astra trailer (2019)
An astronaut travels to the outer edges of the solar system to find his father and unravel a mystery that threatens the survival of our planet. He uncovers secrets which challenge the nature of human existence and our place in the cosmos.
First Aid Kit – Wolf
This Swedish info folk duo who started composing songs as teenagers in 2007. The sisters’ have even recorded a single at Jack White’s Third Man Studios. Check out their other tracks on your favourite streaming service.
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