What could you do to make Journey's hit song 'Don't Stop Believin'' even better than it already is? Make an awesome supercut video featuring clips from your favorite movies where the characters sing the lyrics.
When tasked with making a short film for Nike focusing on their new "Make It Count" campaign, viral guru Casey Neistat and his filmmaker friend Max Joseph used their inflated budget to shoot this spot that is hardly cut from the mold of your typical Nike commercial.
While flying in a commercial jet over Seoul, South Korea, a surprised passenger shot this footage of a strange, bowl-shaped flying saucer from his window seat, causing internet folk to weigh-in with theories regarding this bizarre craft. Could this sighting be the real deal...or is it simply another elaborate hoax?
Learning to ski can be exciting and fun, but it can also take a lot out of you. Young Bode knows all too well how physically exhausting a day on the slopes can be, as he fell asleep standing up in his skis after a rough day on the mountain.
It makes sense that a billionaire like Bruce Wayne would have an expensive taste in motor vehicles. But it isn't every day that you get to see his alter-ego, Batman, cruising around in his Lamborghini. Perhaps his Batmobile was in the shop.
For many people, becoming paraplegic can be an unfortunate stumbling block in terms of accomplishing your life goals. Still, that should never stop you from trying anyway. The girl in this video proves that even an activity as extreme as bungee jumping can be wheelchair accessible.
The internet has always been a great place for indie bands to make the leap from having a cult following into becoming a household name. The key to scoring big is to make your video unique, and that is exactly what indie group 'Walk Off The Earth' has done in their latest viral hit cover of Malvina Reynolds' song 'Little Boxes.' Yep, the band plays the track with instruments made of, you guessed it, boxes.
Patrick Hughes was born without eyes and with a tightening of his joints that makes it impossible for him to walk or even straighten out his limbs. But incredibly, his disability hasn't stopped him from joining the University of Louisville marching band.
Using technology may come naturally to the younger generation, but many grandparents can barely figure out how to work a webcam. Watching old people goof around on Photo Booth in this compilation is almost as much fun as it is to mess around with the popular software application yourself.
In case you were wondering whether or not elephants enjoy being poked and prodded while they're eating-- they don't. The guy in this video got a little too close to this elephant's personal bubble and the massive beast let him know by delivering a near knockout blow with his powerful trunk.
What do you get when you combine the musical genius of Gorillaz, Andre 3000 and LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy? You get one sick collaborative track called 'DoYaThing' with an equally awesome video, in honor of the Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Gorillaz Collection.
The world of paper-craft aviation has a couple new heroes now that former quarterback Joe Ayoob has shattered the world record for paper airplane distance, throwing John Collins' incredible design. The previous record, held by Stephen Kreiger, thrown back in 2003 was 207 feet and was officially beaten on February 26th, 2012 with a bar-raising distance of 226 feet and 10 inches.
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