Briefly: Watch This Week's Best Online Videos

Brief video items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: 20 sex myths debunked, hallucinatory videos, epic pool fails.

  • The makers of Game Of Thrones employ a lot more CGI on the show than you probably think. This official HBO video shows what was added to the screen during post production via before-and-after comparisons.
  • Comedy website College Humour has produced another one of its hilarious "What If Google Was A Guy" videos. Watch it here.
  • According to MIT Media Lab founder Nicholas Negroponte, humans will soon be able to learn an entire language by eating a pill. Click here to watch his TED talk.
  • Psst, wanna hallucinate without taking drugs? This video's got whatchoo need.
  • Here are 20 misconceptions about sex — including the ol' shoe size myth.
  • Wanna see an abandonend warehouse full of live jellyfish? Sure you do.
  • Anime Expo 2014 tends to bring out the best cosplayers in their most elaborate outfits. Click here to feast your eyes on some of their craziest creations.
  • If you play too much Civilisation, you need help.
  • Burger King recently launched the "Proud" burger in celebration of the 2014 San Francisco Gay Pride parade. Here is the video.
  • Lemma is a video game all about free running/parkour. Click here to see the latest trailer.
  • The world’s tallest water slide is located at the Schlitterbahn water park in Kansas City. It stands 52m high, which is taller than the Statue of Liberty. Click here to see it in action.
  • For more aquatic shenanigans, check out this compilation of pool amusing pool mishaps.
  • Ferrari is working on a hardened track model of the $1.75 million LaFerrari which is so powerful it might be able to pull its own goddamn wheels off. You can start drooling after the jump.
  • Comedy gaming duo Screen Team has revealed the top 5 video games that ruin friendships. Watch it here.
  • Here's Kanye West mixed with Nintendo's Streetpass music. Genius.


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