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Video: From Sam O'Nella, here's an amusing look at some of the weird, creative and deeply sinister weapons used during the Medieval period, when castles and knights and dragons existed (oh wait). The six-storey tall super giant Warwolf trebuchet, used to bludgeon castles to bits; Greek fire flamethrowers that basically burned everyone and everything; and a terrible use of pigeons, sparrows and their nests to light an entire city on fire.

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Video: Does it ever feel like all you see in Pokemon GO is that stupid Pidgey bird or that dumb Ekans snake one or that ugly Zubat? There's a simple reason for this: They obviously get carpet bombed all over the Earth to clutter your map and drain your smartphone battery. Or at least, that's what Nixolas imagines. His hilarious and wonderful CG work on how Pokemon GO spawns the most common Pokemon is so damn good.

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Video: If there's one thing Pokemon GO is missing (besides functioning servers, trading, battling, a tutorial, serious nerfs to Vaporeon's stats, a clear indication of the rules surrounding gym battles and easier ways to acquire Stardust) it's a bespoke Pokeball-throwing experience that's indistinguishable from hate-lobbing a phone into the pavement. Well, scratch that one off the to-do list.

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Video: Pixar movies are funny and fantastic and all play at your emotions with wonderful characters and an always relatable story. But almost everything works out in the end of all their movies. What if they didn't?

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Video: "What would a Trump presidency look like?" many of us have been wondering, in decreasingly hypothetical terms. Now, in all its bubblegum-tinted glory, we know beyond a shadow of a doubt that if elected, Donald J. Trump will pilot an enormous mecha in his likeness, use it to construct his long-threatened wall and then destroy both the wall and the planet it was built on with a sweet-as-hell laser blast.

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Video: Nerf Screamers were the coolest. They had little plastic whistles embedded in them, so that they would produce a screeching noise as they flew. (As I'm typing this, I realise how patient my neighbours must have been to listen to a tiny shrieking football at all hours of the day. Thanks Karen and Paul!) Regardless, someone took the 1991 commercial advertising the Screamer's existence and replaced its trademark noise with human screams.