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How To: Play a word play scam / trick on people

Not all Roman alphabet letters are created equal. Some are used much more than others, as becomes readily apparent in this mind game / brain teaser / scam. It involved compelling people to list words that lack certain letters, without which words all but cannot be made. Watch this video to learn how to play this trick on unsuspecting (and preferably pretentiously wordy) friends or enemies.

How To: Play Perfect People's "What You're Told" on ukulele

Interested in playing Perfect People's "What You're Told" on your ukulele? See how it's done with this free video ukulele lesson, which presents a complete breakdown of the song and its chords. While this tutorial is geared toward those who already have some knowledge of the ukulele, players of all skill level should be able to follow along given adequate time and effort. For more information, and to get started playing "What You're Told" on your own ukulele, take a look!

How To: Play "People Are Crazy" by Billy Currington on guitar

To play "People are Crazy," you begin with what is called the intro. For this song, the intro includes playing the same group of notes or strings two times; this is called "repeat" on the sheet music. All of the these notes will be played on the B-string except for one. The exception is played on the G-string and this is just played open. Start on the 10 thread (fifth string capo) holding it with your ring finger, count to the fifth string and play it twice, pause, then play 5, 3, 1, and then...

How To: Play "Two Less Lonely People in the World" on piano

Watch this piano tutorial video to learn how to play "Two Less Lonely People in the World" by Air Supply on piano. Instruction includes names of chords and an overhead view so you can learn by watching. Intermediate pianists will have no trouble learning how to play Air Supply's "Two Less Lonely People in the World" on piano by watching this helpful how-to video.

How To: Practice proper gaming etiquette playing online in Black Ops and other games

The concept of video game etiquette is foreign to many people, including a disgraceful number of frequent gamers. The combination of anonymity and role-playing in online games can lead people to be dicks in all sorts of obnoxious ways, making a fun activity distinctly less fun for everyone. Watch this video to learn about proper online gaming etiquette in the context of Call of Duty Black Ops. These lessons extend to most games, however, and practicing them will results in people liking to pl...

How To: Play baseball with Goofy

In this tutorial, we learn how to play baseball with Goofy. First, you will need to play in a ball park and have players for each team. The pitcher will throw the ball and the hitter will hit the ball, then run to the different bases. The uniform will be loose fitting so it's easier for the player to run around on the field. Players will also have to practice holding the bat and playing against other teams so they know how to get along with other players. After the pitcher throws the ball, if...

How To: Play a multiplayer game in World Golf Tour

In this video, we learn how to play a multiplayer game in World Golf Tour. First, go to main menu and then choose "play with a group". From here, choose the stroke play or match play game. Also choose the player rank, mode, and number of holes you want to play. Once you do this, click "continue" and invite people to play in your game. You can type in the username you want to play or choose people from your friend list. You can also click on the "anyone" button and then start the game when all...

How To: Play basic piano

Watch this 8-minute piano lesson tutorial video to learn how to play basic piano. The lesson includes where to find notes on the piano, what sharps go with which scales, and what the notes on the staff are. People who have never played the piano before will find this how-to video very helpful in learning how to play basic piano.

How To: Origami a cootie catcher fortune teller

This origami piece is a classic. Scissors, paper, a pen, and a pair of folding hands is all you need. Decorate your cootie and write fortunes to be revealed on the inside. Be sure to give each fortune a color, so people playing can choose one, then give ambigious fortunes to keep people playing again and again.

How To: Play chess like a pro

Anyone can play chess if they have the right training and in this three part video series The Grob Chess Club shows you how to move up to Class E (rated 1000-1199). This tutorial is great for everyone from beginners through people rated under 200.

How To: Convert video for your Sony PSP with help from cnet

The Sony PSP is one of the most useful little pieces of video game technology to hit the market in some time. It has pretty sweet graphics, can play music, and store some of your favorite videos. In this tutorial, the people from cnet will show you how to convert videos from your computer to play in your Sony PSP. Good luck and enjoy!

How To: Play melodic funk rhythms on the guitar with Dave Hill

Funk music is about the pocket and about the groove. As a guitar player, your job is to try to fit in the best that you can with the rest of the rhythm section, which means not stepping on other peoples toes. But when it's your time to shine, being able to use a little melody in your funk rhythms can go a long way! In this amazing video, Dave Hill, a teacher at Musician's Institute, goes into detail on how to not only play the three note triads of the chords you're playing over but also all t...

How To: Reverse a cathode-ray picture tube

Reversing the image on a CRT computer monitor can be a great joke to play on your coworker, if you have the time to play a prank like this. If you have a lot of spare time on your hands, and love to see people miserable, then this is perfect for you. This also works with television sets.

How To: Make a hover craft and play shoverboard

This is a two part video. The first part of the video shows you a bunch of people playing shoverboard, a combination of hoverboards and shuffleboards. However, if you skip to a little less than halfway down the video you will see some of the process involved in creating hoverboards, the interesting part. Yet another fantastic time spent with Bre Pettis and Make Magazine.

How To: Do all of the executions in Godfather II

Gus shows us how to do all of the executions in Godfather II in this video. First, run around and try to kill as many people as you can. Use different execution styles so you aren't doing them all the same way. Use choking, hitting, punching, kicking, and anything else to help you execute the people around you. After you kill them, you will learn how to do all of the different executions in the game. Use these while you are playing all the different levels so you can kill people different way...

How To: Play Hong Kong style mahjong

This video tutorial will walk you through the basics of mahjong. Mahjong is a popular gambling game that is played all over the world. Once you pick up the basics, you can play against people who've been doing it for years. It's as much a game of luck as it is skill. With this video, you'll learn how to play mahjong Hong Kong style like a pro.

How To: Play the tin whistle

Watch this winds tutorial video to learn how to hold and play the tin whistle. This video is intended for people who have never played the tin whistle before. This helpful how-to video will teach you all you need to know to get started playing the tin whistle.

How To: Get the secret "High Score" achievement in Bioshock 2 Minerva's Den

If you've been playing the Minerva's Den DLC for any period of time, you may have noticed that there is one secret achievement in your list that doesn't really make sense. But, if you've been scanning the forums, you will have noticed some people talking about a secret arcade game called Spitfire. In this video you will discover its location and also watch how to play the game and how the achievement works.

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