Ever since two lucky soldiers successfully got Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake to be their dates for the Marine Corps Ball, people have been posting videos online openly seeking their favorite stars to accompany them to prom or dance galas as their date. Here's another one, and the star being sought this time is basketball sensation Jeremy Lin.
It's the number one song in the country, an anthem for today's youth. But as good a sing-along as Fun.'s 'We Are Young' is -- let's face it, not one everyone can sing it. Especially not those who just crossed age 30. Which is exactly what the premise of this spoof from Yahoo! Sketchy is all about.
Kids love the zoo, and when moments like this occur, it makes a visit all the more special. In this cute video, a young girl suddenly becomes the center of attention for all the otters at the Philadelphia Zoo. And so she plays with them.
Ever since the Tupac hologram spooked Coachella, the internet can't stop talking about it. And this being the internet, the Tupac hologram has also inspired comic spoofs. So what better way to parody than to replace the famous Princess Leia hologram from the scene in 'Star Wars: A New Hope' with a message from Tupac busting out 'Hail Mary'?
IKEA, the Swedish retailer famed for their simple designs and assemble-it-yourself furniture, has just announced they're going to start selling television sets. And before you even ask: no, you don't need to assemble the TV yourself. The LCD TVs are actually manufactured by Chinese partner TCL, but this being IKEA, you don't just get a standalone set.
iRobot, the makers of Roomba the vacuum cleaner robot, is claiming a "Dance Robolution." According to the company, with robots increasingly doing our household chores, it apparently now leaves us mortals with enough time to perform the dance move named after our metallic friends. And how best to demonstrate that than with a viral video of two "strangers" doing "The Robot" at a public park?
Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" is already a smash hit on the radio, having been covered by numerous wannabe singers on YouTube and spoofed for an 'SNL' digital short. Now the song has gotten a unique cover by acapella group Pentatonix.
There are some professions men are just going to get poked fun at for even attempting. Besides nursing, it's men trying to be professional cheerleaders. But you got give it to some men who despite knowing what they're up against, are adamant about making it. Like this awesome guy, who quite possibly became the first male tryout for the Denver Broncos cheerleading squad.
What's worse than stealing candy from a child? Stealing a therapy dog from a blind girl. A dog napper in Hutchinson, KS, snatched pit bull Millie from its home and the pup went missing for two weeks. But as cruel as it sounds, the story has a happy ending.
German industrial rock is hardly music suitable for children, so this video of a family band performing a cover of a Rammstein hit was bound to attract attention. With over a million views already on YouTube, the Children Medieval Band are being praised, and criticized (their parents mostly), for their musical inspiration.
Although this video was uploaded a little over a year ago, it recently made the front page of Reddit and thus garnered way more exposure. Rightfully so, as what you are about to see is a young boy play the banjo, accompanied by his brothers on violin and guitar, who all play some mean bluegrass music. And if you don't care for bluegrass much, you will after this performance.
After "revealing" that America's favorite yellow family The Simpsons hail from the town of Springfield, Oregon last week, creator Matt Groening was quick to retract his statement. So to put matters to rest, the latest episode of 'The Simpsons' latched on to the fervor over Springfield's actual location with its opening sequence chalkboard gag.
Of all the things babies find amusing, you wouldn't normally assume the vacuum cleaner would cause a toddler to go into hysterics. For these parents, the vacuum is exactly the household item their baby couldn't stop laughing at when its switched on.
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