This instructional video by GQ Magazine just goes to show that, with a little creativity, you can pretty much use anything to pop open that cold brew. We highly recommend not using your pearly whites, but everything else is fair game. Just make sure you know what you're doing. View Now
Just when you thought you'd seen it all, comes a product called the "Squatty Potty" with a rainbow-pooping animated unicorn as its mascot. This is an actual product, folks. The Squatty Potty promises to help you have more efficient bowel movements because the stool allows you to squat as opposed to sit, and that, my friends, is supposed to be ideal for the time you spend sitting on the porcelain throne. View Now
It's all about your imagination, folks. You can build anything you want, as long as you want it bad enough. Including Hogwarts, made entirely from the pages of "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban." View Now
Police use bait cars, pranksters use bait bikes. YouTube pranksters TwinzTV decided to leave a nice bike unlocked and see if anyone would steal it. But wait, you're saying to yourself, is this some kind of social experiment where they track down the thief and have a heartfelt one-on-one about the importance of respecting the property of others? View Now
A wedding videography in the UK recently posted a video of a unique guest at one of the weddings they filmed. The guest was a hypnotist, and he made the most of his time on stage, having the wedding party rock out, swap names and all sorts of fun gags. He even pulled the 'ol, "have the subjects think they're trying to tickle a donkey while riding it" gag. Classic! View Now
BuzzFeed takes you down a stroll down men's eyeglasses lane. You've got to see these sexy men's eyewear fashions from 1930 to the present day.
Doug Smode is a unique performance artist. Check out his interesting demonstration where he is suspended from his facial piercings. You can see that there is a large crowd gathered to watch taking video and photos with their cell phones. View Now
What better way to convince people not to walk on closed-off railroad tracks than to show them videos of people almost getting obliterated by trains? That's what the British Transport Police thought when they came up with their recent PSA campaign. It's a jarring - and effective - way to get people to be a little more careful around the tracks. View Now
It's finally time to start bundling up. Allow Cosmopolitan to show you how to take a blanket scarf from drab to fab with these 12 awesome tips. Don't forget to share this with all your scarf-wearing, fashionable friends. View Now
Selena Gomez recently revealed to Billboard that she has the autoimmune disease lupus, which is the reason for her taking a step away from the spotlight as of late.
WARNING: Adult language. Drake came in hot this summer with a couple of diss songs within a week of each other aimed at Meek Mill. The latest was a record called "Back to Back," which was a top-25 hit on the Billboard charts in America. These bros took the song and created a parody called "Curls in the Squat Rack," dissing other gym users who have poor gym etiquette. Nailed it. View Now
As much as I enjoyed reading The Hunger Games series, as well as Harry Potter, the one thing that struck me was the willingness to use teens in a fight. A messianic fight over evil (as with Potter) or a dystopian future's Joan of Arc with Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games. That being said, in the trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, Katniss is the one motivating the troops and doing 95 percent of the talking, inspiring young and old alike to point their arrows or weapon of their choice at President Snow. And we know he's the embodiment of evil. Why? His hair. Not a single white strand out of place. Usually a good sign that he's the bad guy in movies.
The folks over at Screen Junkies always hit the nail on the head when it comes to creating the honest version of movie trailers. This week they took a Disney classic, Aladdin, and broke down why it would never be made in today's politically correct society. Racism, stealing, deception and kidnapping — it's all covered here. Also, Robin Williams was pretty fantastic, wasn't he? View Now
Tucker the French Bulldog is - well, all "tuckered" out. But he's fighting off that nap as hard as he can, and looks incredibly adorable doing it. He does not want to miss out on any quality time with his mommy. View Now
Be easy on these ladies (and guy). They're just trying to pay tuition. View Now
Kylie Jenner has skyrocketed into a teenage fashion icon over the last couple of years. Tweens across the world are attempting to emulate her versatile wardrobe and ever-changing hair color. View Now
This game is pretty simple. Kate Winslet and Jimmy Fallon just snapped some selfies on an iPad's Photo Booth app. Simple enough, right? Until Winslet turned it up a notch with some funny faces, including the "butt face," created with the "mirror" effect that took away her nose. But when your face is a butt, you're probably better off without a nose. View Now
WARNING: This video is highly suggestive and sexual in nature. Tony the Tiger is not really back, and he's not really helping prostitutes with confidence and illegal, um, transactions. But for all intents and purposes . . . Tony the Tiger is back, and he's grrrrreat! View Now
Frank Gil and Ben Read had a pack of rubber bands and a pumpkin just lyin' around, so they decided to do something with them. They recently uploaded a video where they took the pumpkin and started wrapping it in rubber bands, curious to see how many rubber bands would be needed to jumpstart an implosion. Turns out 195 was the magic number, leaving gourd shards strewn about and a cool rubber band ball as a trophy. View Now
New Jersey-based doo-wop band Choice started off as a group of friends singing around the block, but one viral video changed all that. A woman uploaded a video of them singing, and after it caught fire, Choice began getting requests to perform and make television appearances. One such appearance was on RightThisMinute. View Now
Whether or not you agree with the stereotypes portrayed in Story of This Life's sketch on driving with women, it's a pretty clever video. But probably don't admit that if you don't want to sleep on the couch tonight. View Now
Don't try to act like the Incidious movies aren't scary, because they are. End of story. But now fans of the series can experience "The Further" firsthand through Insidious VR, a scary virtual reality adventure. Thanks but no thanks. We'll pass and continue to enjoy the videos of people screaming.
And spin class just got a bit more - shall we say - "active" thanks to Vancouver’s heavy metal band Needs and the new music video for their song “Walk, Cycle, or Take Transit Like Jehu." It's hard not to pedal fast with these guys in the room. We've never been so pumped to join a spin class. View Now
Ronda Rousey recently told Cosmopolitan why she is no longer a Justin Bieber fan. While at the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year, Rousey approached Bieber to ask if he would take a photo with her 16-year-old sister. While Bieber lost a couple of fans in the Rousey sisters that day, a new fantasy did come to life: Rousey putting The Biebs in an armbar. View Now
We all know that organizing jewelry isn’t an easy task. If you hate spending hours untangling necklaces or searching for matching earrings—Khloe Kardashian has a clever solution! In a new installment of her app series titled “KHLO-C-D” the star’s secret weapon really just comes down to three simple words: The Container Store. View Now
WARNING: Very strong language and content. Rapper Hopsin created a response song and accompanying video to voice his opinion on today's rap music. He says it sucks, and it's full of incoherent sounds, meaning and imagery. To get his point across, he made this song, "No Words," and added a video, which — much to his point — is really catchy, despite not having any real substance. Nicely done, Hopsin. View Now
Little Nathan thought he was getting the deal of a lifetime on a Xbox 360 game console purchase. The young boy thought he was spending $75 when in fact, he charged $7500 to his grandfather's eBay account. Luckily eBay was able to void this transaction. His dad recorded him confessing to his naughty behavior and posted it on YouTube. Nathan and his father Scott joined RightThisMinute hosts to discuss what happened. View Now