TIME Internet

Hall & Oates Mashed Up With Metallica Is Surprisingly Great

We can go for this

The latest SoundCloud remix to catch the eye of music blogs is a mashup of “I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do)” by Daryl Hall & John Oates and Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” called “I Can’t Enter That (No Sandman).” And no, it is not a jingle for Haulin’ Oats, the granola brand the musicians are suing for allegedly trying to piggy-back on their fame.

The last Hall and Oates mashup to go viral was “Ballin’ Oates” in 2013, which featured hits by Wu-Tang Clan, Kanye and T.I.

(h/t AV Club)

TIME animals

You Deserve to Watch This Video of Baby Micro Pigs Eating an Apple

They're so tiny that they make the apple look enormous

Miniature pigs were in the spotlight a few years back after a photo of a particularly cute one wearing tiny rain boots became an adorable Internet sensation. Sadly, though, micro pigs no longer seem to get the attention they deserve. That’s why we should all take two minutes to appreciate this video of a group of baby micro pigs chowing down on an apple. Yes, just one. They’re so tiny that they can all share just one apple.

The video was originally posted on YouTube last year, but it’s been circulating around the web again this week — probably because people are realizing that it’s so cute and needs to be seen once again.

TIME Toys

Look at This Crazy $825 Avengers Iron Man Toy

Iron Man Hulkbuster Avengers Toy
Marvel

There's a stunning Iron Man Hulkmaster figure coming next year

Hot Toys has been slowly unveiling its stunning, upcoming Iron Man Hulkbuster figure from Avengers: Age of Ultron—and fans just got their biggest surprise yet.

The 21-in. figure, a super-detailed 1:6 scale of Marvel’s superhero, has a removable helmet that reveals a tiny Iron Man Mark XLIII bust with LED light-up eyes and an arc reactor on his chest, according to Hot Toys’ Facebook page, which posted pictures revealing the bust Friday.

And that’s not it: There are a total of 16 LED light-up areas located in the eyes, chest, repulsor palms, back, and legs, according to the toymaker, renowned for the level of detail in their figures. There are also more than 30 points of articulations (i.e. joints), and the figure’s metallic red, gold and silver armor even has a weathering effect.

The figure is scheduled for an early 2016 release at a price of $825.

TIME society

What to Know About Daylight Saving Time

It's time to spring forward—unless you live in Arizona or Hawaii

It’s time to spring forward. On Sunday at 2 a.m., the clock will move forward an hour. Yes, that means you’ll lose one hour of sleep, but it also means you will also get one extra hour of springtime sunshine.

At least, that’s true for most Americans. Those who live in Arizona and Hawaii will get a better night’s rest because both of those states have opted out of Daylight Saving Time.

If you’re wondering why (most of) America goes through this routine every year, look to Germany. The country implemented an official Daylight Saving Time during World War I to save money on lighting and divert it to the war. Thirty-one other countries followed suit.

The history of the practice is, and remains, complicated: It had informally existed in Ancient Egypt and had even been suggested by Ben Franklin.

In the U.S., Daylight Saving Time was repealed after the war but then brought back by politicians during World War II. It was implemented again in the 1970s during the oil embargo. Now, it’s a standard practice in most states.

TIME animals

Watch a Group of Teenage Dolphins Get Stoned on a Poisonous Fish

Flipper gets ripped

Dolphins are hiding a dirty little secret under the waves.

Using hidden cameras, some designed to look like pufferfish, Discovery Channel was able to get up close to a group of teenage bottlenose dolphins for their special Dolphins: Spy in the Pod, and they found some of them may have a bit of a drug problem.

In this clip, a rowdy pod of young dolphins play catch with a real pufferfish, passing around the inflated sea creature. After several minutes of being tossed around, the pufferfish gets angry and releases a fog of neurotoxins. Though lethal when ingested directly, the toxins quickly disperse in the water and become diluted.

Taking in the watered-down neurotoxins, the dolphins start to get a little “groovy.” The pod members take turns passing around the pufferfish, so everyone can get a buzz. After all the dolphins have had a hit, the pod relaxes and the pufferfish escapes.

This footage is the first time dolphins have been caught on camera indulging in recreational “drug” use. Who knows what else they’re hiding.

To learn more, watch the Discovery Channel special Dolphins: Spy in the Pod on Saturday at 8/7c p.m.

This article originally appeared on People.com.

TIME society

Watch a Guy Kiss a Beer Instead of His Girlfriend on the Kiss Cam

Tensions brewing?

Today we highlight a random Kiss Cam video because a) everyone gets a kick out of Kiss Cam fails and b) it’s Friday, and you look like you could use a break.

In this clip, a guy kisses a beer instead of the woman next to him at a NHL game between the Vancouver Canucks and the San Jose Sharks last month. Don’t worry, he does give her that smooch, but not before enjoying the attention of the audience.

While it may look like the ultimate bro snub, the two are likely hamming up it for the cameras.

Read next: Watch What This Woman Did When a Guy Wouldn’t Kiss her on the Kiss Cam

(h/t Kansas City Star)

TIME animals

Here’s a Baby Goat Dressed Up as Elsa From Frozen

So regal. So majestic.

Frozen may have come out in 2013, but people around the world still really, really love it. We now know that Frozen mania is not just limited to humans, though. It’s also a thing for goats. Behold: this video of a baby Nigerian Dwarf goat named Peppa Lass rocking an Elsa costume.

We have limited information about why this goat is dressed up as Queen Elsa of Arendelle, but we’ve got some theories. Basically: even though Peppa Lass is obviously adorable, it’s very difficult to bust onto the Internet scene as a baby goat these days. A few years ago it was much easier to stand out, but there’s no denying the meteoric rise of the goat has caused some serious competition in the goat community.

So somebody like Peppa Lass, who clearly has a lot to offer, is left asking herself: Where do I fit into this industry? How do I showcase my talent? How do I make myself stand out? These are tough questions, and anyone who’s ever had a dream can relate. So what happened was this: Peppa had been trying to bust onto the scene in earnest, taking whatever dead-end gigs she could while still maintaining her integrity. At some point, though, she realized she might have to exploit herself a bit. Because after all, a goat’s gotta eat, right?

So she agreed to put on a blue dress and a blonde braided wig because she knew people would like it. That doesn’t make her a sellout, she’s telling herself. The exposure from self-exploitation early in her career will set her up to pursue her real, true art with the integrity we all know she has deep down.

TIME Bizarre

The Walls of One Red-Light District Now ‘Pee Back’ on Public Urinators

St. Pauli neighborhood in Hamburg, Germany.
Getty Images A red light district in Hamburg, Germany.

A special kind of paint bounces the liquid back toward its source

Public urinators in the St. Pauli neighborhood of Hamburg are in for a rude awakening: a community group has applied a special water-repellant paint to the walls of certain buildings that sprays liquid back in the direction it came from.

The nightclub/red-light district has been plagued by night time revelers relieving themselves on walls, and residents decided that this solution would not only protect their buildings but also send the message loud and clear that this behavior was unacceptable. To give potential offenders a fair warning, Reuters reports the group has put up signs that read “Do not pee here! We pee back!”

The paint, which has previously been used on ships, is expensive — a 6 square meter area costs 500 euros to paint — but the organizer of the group behind the initiative says the community is saving money on cleaning.

[Reuters]

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TIME Bizarre

Watch a Swedish TV Host Start a Fire While Trying to Fry Cheese Doodles

In honor of National Cheese Doodle Day

Today, March 5, is apparently National Cheese Doodle Day, because we definitely need a holiday to celebrate those delicious, chemical-laden snacks that leave our fingers coated with sticky orange dust.

To mark the special occasion, a pair of Swedish TV hosts decided to cook up some cheese doodles. Yes, cook them up. As opposed to just, you know, eating them raw.

In the above clip, host Jenny Strömstedt attempts to fry a batch of them, and everything goes great. Just kidding, everything goes terribly and she starts a pretty decent-sized fire. She does manage to stay cool and put out the fire after several separate flare-ups, and the whole ordeal ends up being pretty hilarious.

And we’ll admit: we’re kind of curious what fried cheese doodles taste like.

(h/t Uproxx)

TIME viral

Wheel of Fortune Audience Gasps In Horror When Woman Blows Easiest Puzzle Ever

And one guy audibly says, "Nooo"

Sometimes Wheel of Fortune contestants pull off pretty incredible feats, like the guy who solved a recent puzzle with only one letter on the board. But more often, they stumble and they fall.

Take for instance a recent contestant who appeared to have it made, with the puzzle almost fully complete. It listed the seven dwarfs from Snow White and the contestant was so close to solving it, until she said “Sneeky” instead of “Sneezy.”

If you listen carefully, you’ll hear a guy in the audience groan, “Nooo.” It’s by far the best part of this video.

Read next: Watch Pat Sajak’s Meltdown on Wheel of Fortune

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