Those who talk the most often have the least to say, but that doesn't keep them from achieving their dreams. What's their secret? Jargon. As @hiltinorthamerica proves, a steady stream of technical terms will make you believe anything.
What is it about ballistic devices that puts a smile on your face? Sure, there are other ways to launch projectiles, but none deliver as much joy as a catapult or a giant slingshot. @moosejawmadness has taken dead aim at our pleasure centers.
In the past, we we're promised flying cars in the future. Well, it's the future now, and we've got nothing. We're willing to give science a pass on that failure @lego can make this innovation a reality.
While it's true that this concoction from @jimmyjohns looks disgusting, it doesn't seem so gross that we wouldn't at least try on a dare after a Prank-O happy hour that somehow stretches to last call.
There are a few things you expect from members of an orchestra. Like their lunch money, for example. But a prank about finding dinosaur bones on the grounds of their summer home? Nope. Not that. Bravo, @cleveorch.
Bigger isn't always better. Rather than announcing some offbeat collab or creating a gratuitous faux gut bomb, dominos_au went lo-fi, turning back the clock to the Epipalaeolithic period for a simple yet nourishing idea.
What do you call it when a brand removes a fetching hula girl from its iconic logo and replaces it with a monkey showing its butt? We call it courage. Not like run-into-a-burning-building courage, of course, but still, bravo, @sailorjerry.
When you decide to incorporate the toilet in your jokes, you are headed into a dangerous area. But @dulingo managed to come out smelling like a rose. Who knew the high road ran through the bathroom?
You may know them as those things people talking on TV have on the shelves behind them. They're also called books. And, until now, they were difficult to write. @reedsy_hq has changed all that.
If history has taught us anything, it's that we love seeing baby versions of beloved television characters. You'd think @adultswim would be one entity that couldn't pull it off though. Well, you thought wrong.
You know those people who say they go to the movies to watch the trailers? Yeah, they're idiots. They can see them at home for free. But if you're stuck sitting through a trailer waiting for the feature to start, hope that it's half as good as this one from @blumhouse.
Once in a great while, an expression like "self-jiggling bag" enters your life. After quickly scanning the room for children and the easily offended, you lean in anxiously expecting something dirty, but then learn it's referring to tea. Oh, well. You've got a nice jumping off point for something weird, @liptonaus.
If you've any spent any time around somebody with muscles, you've surely heard them mention leg day. Apparently carries some significance. Ask somebody at @monoprice. Maybe somebody on their staff has performed an exercise before.