Every week, our editorial team dugs up the funniest and the most ridiculous bits of news and prepares a compilation of life stories and situations, chucklesome videos, amusing texts, memes, and a variety of jokes and wisecracks to make you grin from ear to ear. Reading our selection of Weekly Fun stuff without a doubt equals having a whale of a time.
A realistic dolphin robot was introduced in the USA
The American engineering company Edge Innovations has unveiled its latest development – a dolphin robot that looks like a real one and performs the same tricks as an ordinary dolphin. Edge Innovations hopes to replace all the real dolphins in theme parks and dolphinariums with their robots one day.
NASA has banned littering and fighting on the moon
Here are the new rules for visiting the moon:
- Everyone comes in peace.
- Secrecy is prohibited, all launched objects must be identified and registered.
- All travel participants agree to help each other in case of emergencies.
- All received data is transferred to the rest of the participants, and space systems must be universal.
- Historic sites must be preserved, and all rubbish must be disposed of.
- Rovers and spacecraft should not interfere with other participants.
Ryan Creamer became famous for his “anti-porn” videos, in which he played on plots from porn that did not go into the “active” phase. He wanted to create a place on Pornhub where people could take a break from pornography.
In his videos, he brought pizza “from which nothing sticks out,” played a teacher who really teaches, made compliments, washed the dishes, played video games, and invited the tired viewer to take a nap on his shoulder.
During his career, he has released 83 videos and scored almost 12 million views.
A raccoon attacked a reporter correspondent right before the broadcast near the White House
In recent weeks, Washington residents have noticed more and more raccoons in the meadows near the White House. Usually, no incidents arose with them, until Joe Johns came there to film his report. It looks like the US raccoon union is showing support for Trump.
Blogger runs DOOM on a calculator powered by 200 potatoes
In fact, the potatoes acted as a power plant, and the calculator became the device the blogger played the game on. A guy named onesmallserving shared a photo of him playing Doom on a calculator on Reddit, and 200 potatoes powered the whole thing.
It looks like the guy created a perpetual motion machine. Now, in case of a zombie apocalypse, people will definitely take potatoes with them into the bunker.
- Doom on an ATM
- Doom on a keyboard button
- Doom on a printer
- Doom on a pregnancy test