Have a fun mystery drink challenge with your friends! But be careful not to choose the wrong straw, because you might end up drinking something really disgusting! #Shorts Stay tuned for more funny situations, pranks and epic challenges by subscribing to Crafty Panda GO! Love the music used in this video? We find our music […]

DON’T BE FOOLED! It’s 8 Clever Pranks on Friends & Family

Hey there, prankster Pandas! What could be a better time with your family or friends than… Pranking one another?! Take a look at what sort of pranks we came up with and try them yourself! Try pranking them by making cola with ketchup or cereal with worms. Don’t forget to stay tuned for more funny […]

We TESTED Popular Tik-Tok Hacks So You Don’t Have To

Which Tik-Tok Viral hacks actually work Tik-Tok is all the rage right now and today I got something unique. We decided to put some viral tik-tok tricks and hacks to the test and see how things turn out. We tried the chocolate trick where you cut one small part of the chocolate then you cut […]

‘Don’t Mess With Me’ Making Process | White Cat Clay Sculpture

Finally a new video! Hope you enjoy. 🙂 “别惹我” means “Don’t mess with me” in Chinese. This sculpture is not completely finished at the moment. Like always I’m going to seal it with resin to give it a glossy glass-like finish. And she is going to be part of my upcoming 2020 solo show at […]

Mob Psycho 100: Why Superheroes Don’t Matter – Wisecrack Edition

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Artist Rose Finn-Kelcey – ‘Most Artists Don’t Make Money’ | TateShots

Discover the British artist Rose Finn-Kelcey who was concerned with social activism. Born in 1945, Finn-Kelcey used a wide range of styles, media, and materials to install political works in public spaces. Like many artists from the 1960s and 1970s, the artist was interested in ephemeral events instead of lasting objects. Humour was also key […]

Petrit Halilaj Interview: I Don’t Want an Enemy

“I grew up in a country where you had an enemy in everyday life.” Meet the extraordinary Kosovo-born artist Petrit Halilaj. In this video, he talks about his past as a refugee, and how his spellbinding installation RU – inhabited by bird-like shapes made from Neolithic artefacts found in the small town he grew up […]

Why I Don’t Like Drawing Guys

For 10% off your first Squarespace website or domain, visit and use my Coupon Code: SARATEPES Hey guys! This is a strange video topic, but it’s something I always think about when drawing males, so let me know what your thoughts are on the topic! EDIT: reading the comments, a lot of people said […]

Martin Creed Interview: Things that Don’t Add Up

“The field that is known as art, is one of the rare fields where people can do crazy things.” We visited the multifaceted Turner Prize-winning artist and musician Martin Creed in London to talk about art’s inherent ability to break the rules: “It’s truer to life because it contains all the stuff that doesn’t add […]

What THE ROCK knows about Social Media for acting (that most actors don’t)

Dwayne Johnson (The Rock) is an example of an actor who literally rocks their social media. He consistently ranks as one of the top actors on social media and he was just named the highest paid actor in the world by Forbes. Dwayne Johnson’s social media presence and connection to his followers has played a […]

Too Many Cooks vs. Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared: Decoding the Disturbing – Wisecrack Edition

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Naja Marie Aidt Interview: What You Don’t Want to Hear

“Life’s fragility is ever-present.” Deeply moving video with Danish writer Naja Marie Aidt, who opens up about the tragic death of her 25-year-old son, and how she dealt with her overshadowing loss and grief through literature, gradually returning to writing. “You are so traumatized that you almost think you can’t go on living.” Aidt’s son […]