If you consider yourself to be a clumsy person, then you will relate to these videos. However, if you aren't we can guarantee you'll fall a time or two. That's just the way of the world. What's impressive is these two dudes get right back up! View Now
Artist Phil Hansen recently created a portrait of Edgar Allan Poe, but it wasn't just any ordinary portrait. What was so unique about it, you ask? Well, it was made out of 7,000 live worms. Some people might think it was gross, but you've got to admit that he did a great job!
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Patrick and Nicholas are welcoming the change of season by tasting and rating some cold treats in a parking lot. Oh, and by cold treats, they mean icicles they're pulling off of cars. This is definitely bizarre, and most would argue gross, but we can't help but get a kick out of their reviews. View Now
A boy in India was in a lot of pain, so he went to the doctor and discovered some shocking news. It turns out, a fish had gone up his nose when he went swimming in a well. Thankfully, the doctor was able to successfully remove the live fish from his nostril. View Now
Magician and prankster Andy Gross is back with another mind-boggling trick. He's leaving people baffled (and freaked out) by sticking an entire cigarette up his nose. It's definitely not something you see every day — but then again, that's exactly what he's going for. View Now
MrBeast is known for his epic challenge videos, and this time he's putting two friends to the test to see who can find the most valuable items while dumpster diving. You know what they say, one man's trash is another man's treasure — and these guys are finding some pretty awesome stuff. View Now
Lightly popping your joints can feel pretty nice sometimes, but it's a whole other story if your entire body is making loud cracking noises. Dennis Roady from howtoPRANKitup is having some fun by pretending to loudly crack his bones in front of people. Their reactions to the prank are cracking us up.View Now
For years, Emily Keel struggled with self-esteem issues because she had cystic acne. She was self-conscious about the way her face looked, which adversely affected her mental health. In time, Emily learned to stay positive and make the best of the situation so that she could be confident in her own skin. It's so inspiring seeing the way that both her mental health and the condition of her skin have improved!
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Pseudoscorpions like crawling around as much as the next scorpion, but apparently not when that involves walking over ink. Adrian is using a marker to draw circles around the creepy crawlers, and they really don't want to cross over those lines. They might walk over lots of different terrain, but it looks like ink is where they draw the line. View Now
There was a very peculiar snail in Taiwan that was flashing with vibrant colors. It almost looked otherworldly, but there was a rational explanation: it was a "zombie" snail. We know it sounds crazy, but hear us out! A parasite invaded the snail and caused the unusual flashing colors in order to attract predators. View Now
Tina Yong is testing out a beauty product that claims to exfoliate the scalp. First she takes a microscope to get an up close and personal look at her hair follicles, then she tests the product. Afterwards, she uses a microscope again to see how effective the treatment was. It's kind of gross, but we can't stop watching. View Now
What's worse than coming across a wasp nest? Finding a wasp nest right in the walls of your home. Luckily for this family, Hornet King is here to help them out with their wasp problem. Getting rid of the nest in their house is quite the process since there are so many of the pesky insects inside the walls, but he gets the job done. View Now
A man used his bare feet to use a public touch screen on an airplane, and KevOnStage is not happy about it. Kev's got a few words to say about the situation, and we can't get enough of his hilarious rant! View Now
For all the faint-hearted out there, this one's a little disturbing. In China, a woman went to the hospital after she felt as though something was moving in her throat and began coughing up blood. When doctors took a look inside her throat, they found a blood-sucking leech moving, living, and growing inside her windpipe. Yep, that's right — cue the full-body chills. View Now
This car transformation is nothing short of incredible. Auto detailer James Stauffer from The Stauffer Garage is completing one beast of a task, and doing it well. He's deep cleaning a disastrous mess of a car interior and watching him do it is pretty satisfying. View Now
Stevewilldoit certainly lives up to his name! He's about to get cracking on an insane food challenge by eating 60 raw eggs. We've seen our fair share of food challenges here at RTM, but this one is egg-stremely crazy, no yolk about it. View Now
This girl's mom has just installed a doorbell camera and insists she doesn't actually watch the footage...so naturally, her daughter decided to test that theory.
Next up in doorbell cam footage, a snail hilariously takes over this camera ever so slowly. View Now
Mr. Beast is back with another last one standing challenge, and this one's pretty...interesting. When he and his crew build the world's largest cereal bowl, they offer four strangers the opportunity of winning 10,000 dollars if they are the last one standing, or in this case sitting, in the giant bowl filled with expired cereal and powdered milk. Hey, that just might be worth smelling like hours-old milk. View Now
Veritasium is diving deep into the meaning behind a pretty bizarre sight: 96 million black balls floating on the Los Angeles reservoir. Although most people believe the primary purpose of these balls is to help prevent water evaporation, this video reveals much more about the shade balls and their environmental benefits — as well as some strangely fascinating visuals.
Jan Hakon Erichsen is an artist from Norway who often focuses his art on topics such as fear, anger, and frustration. He's created a very interesting series of destruction videos for his Instagram entitled "Destruction Diaries," but we feel pretty confident in saying that nobody should try this form of art at home — maybe just stick to paint instead. View Now
Is a screaming roomba more entertaining or terrifying? Either way, we're definitely adding it to the list of things we never thought would exist. Thanks Michael Reeves for the interesting creation. View Now
A trainer at a gym in China thought he was all big and tough when he decided to bully a guy for simply bumping into him. What he wasn't expecting was for that same guy to throw it right back in his face...literally.
Over in India, a man tried to scam a woman out of a several hundred dollars, but when she caught wind of the situation, she took matters into her own hands. View Now
When one family in Canada started to hear rattling noises coming from the fan above their stove, they called upon SkedaddleWildlife to come remove what they thought were squirrels. What they found was actually a small family of raccoons living in the range hood. View Now
Device Orchestra is combining his music knowledge and programming skills to make music with random items, and it's pretty epic. So if you've ever wondered if you can play "Wannabe" by the Spice Girls using an electric toothbrush, now you know the answer is yes. View Now
We are fascinated by abandoned landscapes, and this 4K video by Dennis Schmelz and Christian Fleischer is equal parts eerie, beautiful, and mystifying. Step into the ghost town Kolmanskop, a former German mining town in southern Namibia, now dilapidated and engulfed by sand.
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There's a sea in Cartagena, Colombia that has recently turned a lovely shade of pink. A salt mine was re-opened in the area, and colorful salt-loving microbes are the reason the water now appears pink. The rosy waves at the beach almost look otherworldly! View Now