Every great leader, evil dictator, rock star, even, erm, Justin Bieber, began life as a baby. Most never knew they were destined for greatness when they were very young. But some, like this baby, just know when they have the power and the masses in the palm of their hands. Watch as this baby controls a crowd's cheers by just raising his hands... with a little help from mommy too.
Dressing up your child is just one of the great perks of being a parent. Take, for instance, this couple, who dressed up their eight-month-old baby as everyone's favorite 1960s ad-exec, Don Draper from 'Mad Men.'
A lot of us sing inside our car, often while we are driving. But singing along when your favorite song comes on the radio is not the same as a band actually playing a live cover of a classic pop song while inside a moving van.
From Bill & Ted's classic catchphrase "Duuude" to 'Dude, Where's My Car?,' we all know the word "dude" has been a mainstay in Hollywood since the '80s. But in this supercut video, it turns out even late legends like John Wayne said "dude" on-screen way back in 1959.
After admitting he was 'Born This Way,' the magic of editing (and loads of free time) brings us another crossover music video featuring President Obama singing the words to a hit pop song. This time, to LMFAO's overplayed, er, extremely popular 'Sexy and I Know It.'
In a clear case of viral marketing, Samsung released a video demonstrating how their latest phone/tablet (or 'phablet' if you will) the Galaxy Note is so easy to use, even elephants can have fun with them. Of course, having a massive 5.3 inch screen helps, but the elephant's precision in tapping the screen is what we found more impressive.
Calling her act 'Laughter with Teddie,' this little girl asks all the right questions. "Why do people sleep in pajamas?," she asks. In a video just shy of two minutes, this aspiring stand-up comic ponders over things only her audience, presumably her age, would find amusing. Like, "what's the deal with glossy paper?"
It was only a couple days ago that we showed you a video of Batman cruising in his 'Batmobile' (but really a black Lamborghini) on I-95 in Silver Spring, Maryland. What we didn't see later is the same Batman getting pulled over by Montgomery Country police because of an improper rear license plate. Turns out the bat symbol isn't a street legal plate.
Yes, there is now a ring made entirely out of a single diamond. Conceived by Swiss jeweler Shawish, the 150-carat diamond ring was cut into shape using laser technology. But don't pull out your checkbook just yet-- Shawish calls this one of a kind ring the "ultimate treasure" and at $68 million, it comes with the 'ultimate' price tag as well.
We love 'Mad Men,' but a drama about boozy ad execs set against the backdrop of the early 1960s isn't exactly fun subject material for a video game. Nonetheless, YouTube's FineBros have made an interactive video series which puts you in the shoes of Don Draper as he sets out to fulfill an objective given by fellow drunkard Roger Sterling. Everything get's the 8-bit graphic makeover - even the in-game drinking.
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