字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Mr. T with no hair and a baby giving the peace sign in the womb. It's episode of 39 IMG! When tweety bird gets old, you're gonna have this. And it's amazing how little information we need to see familiar objects. It's also amazing than an iPhone can fall 13,500 feet from a sky diver's pocket and still receive phone calls. Well, this looks safe. Oh. And this looks sad. Oh. This looks cool. Ohhhh. This rock is sad and so is food like this pear. I mean, how could you eat such sad food? Try a hot dog instead. No, no, no. A hot dog, like really hot. Pepperoni sweater hot. Prefer your dog to be a mouse pad? Well, you might also prefer your rock paper scissors to be more complex. Rock Paper Scissors Lizard Spock is popular, but there's also Pirate Zombie Monkey Ninja Robot or this game which uses 15 different items. And don't worry, there's also RPS25. Each item has an equal chance of winning and yes, there are explanations for each. If remembering 25 items is too much, don't worry, there is a flash game version. Here's a Middle Earth Map dress and is that Steve Buscemi on your dress or are you just really saggy to see me? Sorry if that came across like a pickup line. It's just I mustache you a question. Can eyebrows your computer? Alright, look, no more puns. At least not until after the soap opera. BuzzFeed showcased some unnecessary signs. "Keep off the grass" and yeah, no one has to tell me that. So instead, here are some famous people eating ice cream. Enjoy. Let's get charty. I love these two huge charts. One is all about the atom, the nucleus, the distances electrons are away from it, fission, fusion. It's great. And here's one from National Geographic that puts our universe in perspective. This graph distributes rage faces according to happy, sad and degree of energy. Now, you'll never use the wrong one. And these maps show the most popular first names by country. The greasy stain on this receipt has a man's face in it. And these chairs look like they're sinking. Their bottom halves have been painted as a projection like shadows, so that from the right angle they come together. This is the Firefox logo and this is V838 Monocerotis, possibly the largest star known to man. I leave you with 241543903. Google it, click images. Ta-da. Search engines at work. You can like us on Facebook to show your friends how cool you are. Click here to see all 38 other episodes of IMG!, in case you've missed any. And as always, thanks for watching.