So remember the video of the twerking girl who accidentally set herself on fire? Remember how we all got a good laugh out of it? Remember how everyone from YouTube commenters to morning news shows dubbed it "the end of the twerking craze as we know it"?
Well, turns out it was all a hoax perpetuated by that merry prankster Jimmy Kimmel.
Everything about John Mayer makes us so conflicted. His music is kind of lame, but he's actually a great guitarist. His music is kind of lame, but look at him without a shirt on. His music is kind of lame, but he has a great sense of humor.
Attention everyone: the lady who launched Prancercise, the internet's favorite new exercise craze, is back. That's right folks-- horse fanatic Joanna Rohrback is now on Twitter, where we can learn important tips on how to live the Prancercise lifestyle.
Surely you remember that horrifying episode of 'Kitchen Nightmares' that took place at Amy's Baking Company. The cook, Amy, was the most legitimately insane person we've ever encountered not in real life.
To celebrate both YouTube turning eight-years-old as well as kick-off the site's Comedy Week, America's favorite remixers The Gregory Brothers recently delighted us with the history of the beloved video sharing site in song.
We're grateful for YouTube; every time we turn around, there's something new and hilarious, baffling, or sometimes even heartwarming. While viral videos come and go, it's important to remember that there are some universal truths and bits of wisdom in those videos. Where's the best place for wisdom? On your walls, of course.
Charles Ramsey is a hero after freeing three women who had been kidnapped and held captive by his neighbor for 10 years. The Cleveland, Ohio man has also quickly become a viral video star after giving a series of descriptive interviews about the rescue.
Antoine Dodson, of "hide your kids, hide your wife" 'Bed Intruder' viral video fame, is one of the more colorful stars of the internet era.
Part of the Huntsville, Alabama native's charm was his comfort with his sexuality. Which is why we were all surprised to see that last night Dodson announced a change in his sexual preference.
Over the weekend A.J. Clemente had possibly the worst first day at a new job ever when he introduced himself as KFYR's weekend news anchor by dropping the "F-bomb" and then following it with a "S-bomb."
Last week we met ice cream jerk Jake Moran, who was caught on camera cruelly denying his girlfriend any of his frozen treat during a Pacers-Magic basketball game.
Well, it turns out there was a little more to the story. Apparently, Georgia Arnett had her own bowl of butter pecan ice cream that you couldn't see in the shot. So while Jake was refusing to share, it wasn't like Georgia had no access t
It's everybody's favorite hero hitchhiker Kai, the hatchet-wielding head smasher! Only this time instead of smashing skulls, he's playing a guitar, which is significantly less terrifying, but equally entertaining, it turns out.