Some dads really love their kids, and others build their kids a AT-AT fort.

Colin Furze, a YouTuber known for his massive projects, decided to be the latter. This isn’t your typical box fort. This is a heavy-duty construction projecting, creating a gigantic AT-AT to scale. Hey, it’s easy to show up for your daughter’s soccer game, it’s a whole other thing to build her an Imperial Death Machine to play in. And some dad’s never show up at all…

Furze documented the whole thing on YouTube and Twitter, so if there are any dads out there who want to make up for, I don’t know, missing their child’s big game… Never mind. Everything’s fine.

He premiered this 18-foot AT-AT on his YouTube page, and the results are amazing. The insides are stocked with Nerf guns, Star Wars merch, tons of flashing lights, gaming console, and controls to move the head. Yeah, the head moves. This dude must really like his kids.

Check out the project below and let the jealousy course through you.

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The news that popular Youtuber PewDiePie would be deleting his channel if he hit 50 Million subscribers has been trending for days. Well, he finally reached that number of subscribers and he did it! HE DELETED HIS CHANNEL!!! 

His secondary channel that barely gets used... 

Some people weren't really surprised by this: 



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But, to the few out there who probably subscribed only to get him to delete the channel: 

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As if Über’s problems with sexual contact in their cars weren’t bad enough, now they’re politely asking their passengers to stop being so creepy.

QZ points out that, since it’s release, many people were using Über Pool as a place hook up. They write, “Pundits called ride-sharing cars the 'four-wheeled yentas,' 'the new Tinder,' and, you know, a way 'to get laid now.' One driver ran a dating game show in his car.” This comes hot off numerous, awful accounts of people complaining about drivers making unwanted sexual advances on passengers, and the company not doing much about it.

via Reddit

The ride-sharing company has updated their Community Guidelines, particularly those using Über Pool, asking passengers to “give riders and drivers personal space”:

We all value our personal space and privacy. It’s OK to chat with other people in the car. But please don’t comment on someone’s appearance or ask whether they are single. As a passenger, if you need to make a phone call, keep your voice down to avoid disturbing your driver or other riders. And don’t touch or flirt with other people in the car. As a reminder, Über has a no sex rule. That’s no sexual conduct between drivers and riders, no matter what.

Whether or not this will actually help Über’s problem with sexual contact is still unknown, but until then, Über would like to remind you that its service is not Tinder, so just use Tinder, you creeps.

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Fyrkantig, Sparsam, Dagstorp, Grundtal. Unless you speak Swedish, these words can only mean one thing: Ikea.

But no more. Ikea, who for years has named their comfortable, affordable, and dorm room-ready furniture by following a pretty strict system, is now in the trolling business, and business is good.

Last night, for reasons unknown, so for now we’ll just assume that they thought it would be funny, Ikea replaced the names of their products with common Google searches. So suddenly a thing like Lattjo becomes “My Family Doesn’t Respect Me” and Memnes becomes “My Friend Only Talks About Himself.”

via Vimeo

This is all apart of “Ikea's Retail Therapy.” Through this site, Ikea doesn’t just furnish your apartment with practical and fashionable Swedish goods, but also fixes your life — or, at least, gives you something to buy, so you can forget about your actual problems. Check it out.

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America, we’re losing. We never win anymore. Look at New Zealand who just invented the chocolate manicure. They’re innovating. We never innovate anymore.

What do we have? Apple Computers? What have they ever done? Apple Watch? How long did that take? Bustle is reporting that a YouTuber named Jessie aka NaileditNZ, out of the blue, went a “wee bit crazy,” and made edible nails. All it took was a tube of squeezable icing and some silver balls.

via naileditnz

When was the last time America has done anything this chill? Maybe never. Sure, we’ve been to the moon, but that was, like, forever ago.

And Jessie is so nonchalant about this. After spending a little while on the project, she decides that it isn’t worth it to let them set and decides to eat the nails, which she describes as tasting “good.” It’s like she didn’t even car that much about this massive innovation.

Come on. That is so green, too. So Jessie is making nails that are fashionable, edible, and reduces our carbon footprint.

What’s America doing? Losing. Shame.

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Behold, Le Chicken Shop Connoisseur. This kid was destined for great things, and now he's definitely accomplishing them. What a gig.

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austria picks word of the year and its really long bundespraesidentenstichwahlwiederholungsverschiebung
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Austria has picked their word of the year, reminding us all how smart they are, using big words like that.

Their word of the year is, say it with me, “Bundespraesidentenstichwahlwiederholungsverschiebung”

Ok. So unless you speak German, you probably can’t say it, but it has a very specific meaning. It means “postponement of the repeat of the runoff of the presidential election.”

via NBC

According to Associated Press, “Bundespraesidentenstichwahlwiederholungsverschiebung” was “was born of the record time it took to elect Austria’s president, and was announced following a poll of 10,000 people carried out by the Research Unit for Austrian German at the University of Graz, in cooperation with the Austria Press Agency.”

It really shouldn’t come as much as surprise that the meaning of the word is as confusing as saying the word itself.

It really shouldn’t come as much as surprise that the meaning of the word is as confusing as saying the word itself.

A word like this will have you pining for the days when Dictionary.com named “Xenophobia” Word of the Year. Wait, no it won’t.

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