Make guests look forward to sleeping on the couch. This futon converts into a bunk bed in about five steps. Sold on BonBon.
Some headline writer has waited their entire career for this day.
In 10 or 11 years when she gets the joke, she’s gonna love this photo.
How long do you think it takes a child to learn how to read
WHAT THE FUCK. WHAT THE FUCK I WAS GONNA GO TO SLEEP BUT I OPENED MY EYES AND TURNED ON MY PHONE TO REVEAL A SPIDER CRAWLING ON MY BLANKET BY MY FACE. I WAS PROBABLY GONMA EAT THAT SPIDER IN MY SLEEP. AM I THE STATISTICAL ERROR? AM I SPIDER GEORG? HAVE I BEEN EATING 10,000 SPIDERS EVERY DAY? I AM AN OUTLIER ADN SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN COUNTED
This guy won the selfie game.
No cut-aways, one take.
Crew members threatened to quit and begged him not to do it.
The cameraman looked away while rolling.
A six ton prop.
It brushes his arm as it comes down.
And he doesn’t even flinch.
Buster fucking Keaton, everyone.
He was alcoholic and going through a terrible divorce when this was filmed. I gotta make a video about Buster Keaton one day…
Buster Keaton’s life was extraordinary, wonderful, and sad. His films mark, in my opinion, the very best the silent era had to offer. Bad business decisions, unfortunate circumstances, and alcoholism plagued his career. We’re also very lucky to have ANY Of his work left. If you get the chance, check out some of his work: The General, Steamboat Bill Jr., and Our Hospitality are landmark films that are guaranteed to make you laugh and marvel at Buster.
Since we’re talking about how important Buster is, “Steamboat Willy” (the first appearance of Mickey Mouse), was a parody of “Steamboat Bill Jr” (the movie this stunt appeared in).
I always think about that when Disney gets all pissed off about someone parodying their work.
Did Disney think Floridians were some alien race or something.