When normal weapons and vehicles just won't do during a zombie apocalypse, this weaponized Maybach Exelero may be just what you need. There was a real Maybach Exelero built in 2005, powered by a twin-turbocharged V12 engine that generates 700-horsepower. This custom model boasts tank-like tracks on the rear wheels, thick bullet proof armor plating covering the passenger compartment, a multipurpose bull-bar in front. That's not all, there's a hood-mounted gun, dual machine guns in the rear, and to top things off, a functional rocket launcher. Now you'll just have to find fuel for this gas guzzler. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including an Apple Watch demonstration gone wrong.
Grand Theft Auto V was officially released for the PC two weeks ago, and fans have already begun creating unique and impressive mods for the open-world game, despite it not even officially supporting them. The latest mod comes from a YouTube user known as "Merfish", and it's a whale of a good time to say the least. In the video, watch as a gigantic whale escapes from the ocean and wreaks havoc on Los Santos by interrupting traffic, crashing into helicopters, and even invading pool parties. Continue reading for the clip.
Stuffing a 12-cylinder PT boat engine into a Bentley 8-Liter chassis isn't something you hear about everyday, but after seeing this beast in-action, you'll change your mind. Owned by Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead, this Packard-Bentley is supercharged, and the 24 exhaust outlets are courtesy of a dual-exhaust port design, generating a whopping 1500 horsepower. One caveat, it has horrid fuel consumption: 4 gallons per minute at speed. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of when hail meets storm chasers.
Viral video master Casey Neistat shows how to turn any standard Apple Watch into the gold version, without spending $12,000+. It may not contain real 18K gold, but for those who just want the look, simply grab a can of gold Rustoleum spray paint that works on metal, masking tape and you'll be ready to transform that $399 sport version into something a little more eye catching. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a dancing eagle owl landing on someone's head.
There are other 1,000-horsepower Skyline GT-Rs, but Faizal Ramzan's 1,000-wheel-horsepower R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R is a labor of love. You see although he's spent a lot of money on the car, Raman refuses to pay the exorbitantly high prices for premium aftermarket parts from Japan. So, this structural engineer builds them himself, and parts include the strut tower brace (reverse-engineered from plans he saw on the internet) and the fender vents are modeled after unbelievably high-priced aftermarket ones. Continue reading for the
Imgur user "mysterysmellyfeet" is a gamer who prefers the older consoles, especially the NES. So, he decided to pay tribute by building an upright arcade cabinet themed like the system. The most surprising thing? It only took this gamer a weekend to finish, from start to finish, and the end products looks like something straight from a 1980s Nintendo catalog. For those who still want to pick up an NES console, there's always the option of getting the Retro-Bit Retro Duo. Continue reading for more pictures of the build process.
Created by Hailrazer of the Modded by Bacteria forums, the N64Boy Advance basically is a custom game console stuffed inside the shell of a Game Boy Advance carrying case. It sports a GameCube analog stick, smaller trigger buttons, speakers, and a 4.3-inch display, all powered by two camcorder batteries. While this may not be the perfect companion for long road trips or flights, it's definitely a nostalgic conversation piece for gamers nonetheless. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a dog that just refuses to eat alone.
The TRON Universe is essentially about humans being transported into a computer and them interacting with humanoid computer programs in a digital world. The universe is named after the computer program Tron, who saved ENCOM's mainframe computer system and the real world from an evil self-aware computer program known as the MCP in 1982. If this place were real, here are what some of the cars would look like. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a red hot nickel ball melting a jawbreaker.
Sure, this DeLorean monster truck isn't capable of time travel, but it's great for off-roading nonetheless. Built by Rich Weissensel over the course of several weeks, it's basically a 1981 DeLorean body on top of a 1970 Chevrolet K5 Blazer frame. Approximately 6,500 examples of the iconic Back to the Future vehicle are believed to exist today, and like countless other fans, his passion to create this one-of-a-kind truck was peaked by the film. His passion of the DeLorean doesn't stop there, he's also built a DeLorean limousine and a DeLorean hovercraft. He says: "I am often reminded by those simple words from a good friend of mine, Dr Emmet L. Brown, who stated, 'Roads, where we are going, we don't need roads.'" Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos of today, including a robot chef that may soon take over at a real restaurants.
Sure, the image may not be comparable to a real projector, but creating your own makeshift version is good enough for viewing photos or even internet videos. You'll need a decent-sized cardboard box, magnifying glass, paperclip, hobby knife, and your smartphone. This would work best when projected onto a white wall in a dim setting. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of