Seen here pushing her up the ramp with a stick, a father prepares his daughter for the ride of her childhood on the homemade rollercoaster he built in the backyard using nothing but lumber, PVC pipe, and concrete. Father of the year, or reckless child endangerment -- you be the judge. I'm joking, nobody cares what you think. Especially on Facebook, so cut that out.
Hit the jump for the dammit -- she wanted a pony, man.
Thanks to Matthew and Amber L, who both wish they'd had a homemade roller coaster growing up. Me? I wish I'd had a professional quality one.
This is a pumpkin carved and lit to play Tetris. You can actually PLAY Tetris on it, using the stem as a joystick. You can read about the whole build process HERE, which was way more complicated than just taping a Game Boy to a pumpkin like I would have done. I dunno, it jus... / Continue →
If you didn't already catch it this weekend, this is the 2-hour director's cut of Star Wars: Uncut, the 15-seconds-at-a-time fan sourced (each fan was responsible for making a different 15-second scene) Star Wars: A New Hope remake. Now I didn't have time to watch the whole th... / Continue →
This is the $93 crocheted Bane mask made by Etsy seller Stitch Finder General. It looks pretty accurate. Unfortunately it doesn't come with the jacket, so you're gonna have to hit up the thrift store on your own for that one. Oh -- and get me a corded computer mouse while yo... / Continue →