"6,810 bottles of wine on the wall, 6,810 bottles of wine/The shelf fell down, they fell on the ground, no more bottles of wine on the wall!"
Chances are the purveyors of Superior Discount Liquors in Sheboygan, WI were not singing such a jolly tune when one of their shelves collapsed, sending 6,810 bottles of wine cascading across the floor of their store.
When it comes to attacking cameras, people tend to do it because they don't want to be filmed. When you see a dog going after a camera though, that's usually because he's looking for a new friend.
Such was probably the case in this video where a dog, cast aside by a surprise marriage proposal, leaves the happy couple to their premarital bliss and makes a beeline for the camera that was secretly filming the whole thing.
As you might have heard, Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi has been killed. While the news came as a surprise, Gaddafi's death was actually predicted by the short-lived, late 80s' sitcom 'Second Chance' in an episode set in the far-flung future year of 2011. Creepy!
For a performer, there's nothing like standing on stage and hearing the roar of the crowd. The same can't really be said for those times when that roar turns into what can only be described as a wounded moan -- the kind of thing you'd expect to hear out of an injured dog or a sad chimpanzee.
Unfortunately for Beyoncé Knowles, that's just what she was treated to when she took the mic into the crowd at a recent concert in London and handed off singing duties to a particularly excited fan.
Forget the speed bag. When it comes to training for a cat fight, there's no better tool than a hair dryer. No one -- and we mean no one -- can teach a cat how to throw a punishing left hook like Vidal Sassoon.
This cat may not be able to see, but it can definitely pack a punch. We wouldn't want to run into this guy in a back alley.
To pay tribute to the man they say "devoted his life to give us the most powerful devices ever available to an ordinary person," four twentysomethings from Munich, Germany created a giant portrait of Steve Jobs from 4,001 Post-It notes.
When it comes to creating the perfect Halloween costume, we're all just waiting for that "a-ha!" moment. That flash of inspiration where the light bulb goes off and you say, "Forget about that sexy astronaut thing , this is what I'm going to be."
When it comes to understanding the Angry Birds phenomenon, there's one question that cuts deeper than all the rest: How can so much anger lead to so much joy?
While most adults play down their Birds obsessions, this toddler makes no attempt to hide the strong emotions he experiences upon seeing the game in action for the first time. As his dad loads up a giant red bird and sets it off on a crash course towards the evil pigs, junior lets out one ear-splitting scream.
If you've paid even the smallest amount of attention to the cat video scene on the internet in past couple of years, chances are you've seen a little bit of Maru. This Japanese Scottish Fold has garnered over 100 million views since he began sliding into and out of boxes on YouTube in 2008. Still, even if you've spent some quality web time with Maru, you've probably never seen him like this.
This slow-motion video of Maru going after one of his cat toys offers a rare and unguarded look at the inner life of one of the internet's most famous cats. It's also really funny to see the furball suspended in mid-air.
Any good outdoorsman knows there's no wrong way to take down a tree. Sure, toppling timber has been known to land on your home or on your car, but if the tree was previously standing and in the end it's not, well it's hard to say that you're doing it wrong.
That case can definitely be made for these three Swedes and their domino-inspired approach to felling three trees.
Over the years people have offered up millions of possible explanations as to why the chicken chose to cross the road. Though there seems to be some consensus that it involves to a desire to get to the other side, this adrenaline-filled video of a similar bird (a duck, maybe?) crossing a crowded Panamanian highway presents a more concrete motive: Birds are freakin' daredevils!
When it comes to promoting your company's Facebook page, there's locking yourself in a room listening to Duck Sauce's 'Barbra Streisand' dance club hit on repeat for 36 hours straight and then there's everything else.
While most sane people tend to go the 'everything else' route, Nick and Dan, hosts of the Australian online music show Poncho.tv, decided to go with Babs.
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