Remember the Crazy Nasty Ass Honeybadger? The viral video that nailed over 63 million views? The same guy who did that video found out about the tweeting badger from the Jo’Burg Zoo, and gave him the same treatment. Check it out.
In the minds of some, babies are just bundles of blubber and tissue with little wisps of hair – totally incapable of doing anything that makes much sense to adults. Those people need to turn around and have a look at this clip. We’re going so far as to say this is one of the best YouTube performances by anyone under the age of five that we’ve ever seen. Yes, that includes Charlie of ‘Charlie Bit My Finger’ fame.
Jason Mortensen woke up after surgery to repair his torn hernia. Whilst happily eating a cookie and tripping balls on morphine, he saw what he thought was a stunningly beautiful nurse. “Did the doctor send you?” he asked, “Are you a model?” What he didn’t realise in his drugged state was that he was talking to his wife of six years.
From the producers of Ne-Yo’s “So Sick,” Beyonce’s “Beautiful Liar,” Katy Perry’s “Firework,” and Rihanna’s “S&M,” comes this gem: “The Fox.” Check out these humans dressed as animals break it down in the woods to this incredibly catchy song.
The video shows cops in America brutally beating a man who is lying defenceless on the ground. The video has just been posted and is starting to create an uproar on Twitter. This kind of brutality is just absurd.
Remember when we brought you How Animals Eat Their Food? Well, guess what? There’s a sequel, and yes, it’s even better than the original. This video was posted to the Mister Epic Mann YouTube channel on Friday, and already has over a million views. We would say this depiction of how animals eat is pretty [...]
It starts out like any other nerdy convocation speech, then starts to get exciting when the 2001: A Space Odyssey music kicks in. Selby delivered the speech to an audience of around 4,000, and in only two days, it already almost has a million views.
Neil Hilborn is a poet who suffers from obsessive -compulsive disorder (OCD), and his love poem entitled “OCD” amazed those fortunate enough to be in the audience to hear it at the 2013 Rustbelt Regional Poetry Slam. ‘OCD’ is a two-minute poem where Hilborn describes what the disorder did to his relationship, and conversely what his relationship did to his disorder.
YouTube has brought us many things to be thankful for over the years, Justin Bieber, Charlie Bit My Finger, Antoine Dodson, and a myriad of cat videos. Don’t pretend you haven’t seen “Funny Cats in Water, EPIC,” it has 65,344,947 views. Whether you love these YouTube sensations or hate them, we all have one thing [...]
Kobe Bryant has been overshadowed in recent times by one Le Bron James, who is currently regarded as the best basketball player on a court today. But what Le Bron doesn’t have is an almost-freakish similarity to the greatest basketball player of all time – Michael Jordan. Check out this incredible video above, detailing the [...]
Watch how this athlete punishes her amazing gymnastic routine-while taking care of a of her rhythmic ball in the process.
Last Wednesday, Harrison Ford was a guest on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show to talk about his new movie, “42.” But what made the evening was the showdown between Ford and Chewbacca.
Remember the Ultimate Dog Tease? That video got over 136 million views. This is pretty much its sequel. The dorky voice, high energy, excellent dog eyebrows, and 4,5 million views of this video in four days make “Dog Wanting A Kitty” today’s viral video
This song has already been thoroughly taken to task by memesters – we’ve seen versions of it sung by goats, rabbits, the wine press lady… The list is endless. Now you can ad subway violinists to that.
This is probably one of the greatest things we’ve seen on the interwebs in a while. Or at least, since yesterday. Published on Monday, this video has already racked up over 12 million views, which makes it the clearest winner for Today’s Viral Video
This is a classic example of what happens when you try to film a work resume at your friends house. I don’t know about you, but if I received this I would hire Jen Murphy (Former Apprentice contestant) just so I could meet Batman Underwear Guy, AKA Jacob Luttrell.
A video has surfaced online of a scorned farmer dumping a tractor-load of horse manure on his cheating wife’s beloved convertible. He does this after apparently discovering her profile on a dating website.
Apparently bath salts and other synthetic drugs are proving to be quite a big issue for the US Navy – 11 sailors were discharged for using Spice in Novemebr. Thirteen were discharged for using the drug in April. A bizarre video will fix the problem, surely?
For as long as the internet has been around, memes have also existed. But it is becoming increasingly difficult to create a meme truly worthy of the world “viral”.
The Internet loves cute animals doing cute things. And the latest video making people squeal “aawwww” across the globe is no different. Its star is a baby red panda from the Maruyama Zoo in Sapporo, Japan.
By now you will be all too familiar with one Dirk Van Der Westhuizen’s controversial music videos which went viral after we featured them last week. Rolling Stone magazine interviewed him about the public outcry. Click to read it (includes links to the videos):
When a brand gets called out by a civilian on any of the various, very popular, very public social platforms it can only go one of a few ways, and usually they all end up with the brand having egg on its face. Unless you are UK-based maxipad maker Bodyform, who spun one man’s comments into a brilliant marketing opportunity.
In Apple’s latest ad promoting its virtual assistant, it called on legendary film director Martin Scorsese. Shot in the back of cab driving through New York city, Scorsese uses Siri to help him with a handful of simple tasks.
Ken Block is back with another crazy-ass stunt drive around San Francisco with Gymkhana 5, and it has gone viral, hard. The video has gained 7.8 million views since it went up on Monday, getting half of that in the first 24 hours.
Matt Harding is back, people – the man we all love to hate for having the cojones to live the life we all wish we could. Better known simply as ‘Matt’ or ‘Dancing Matt’, he recently completely his latest “Where The Hell Is Matt” video, and it’s every bit as awesome as its prequels. Click through for the video.
In terms of advertising, I would rather watch a race car driver catching little balls in a car going 180 miles an hour, than a dog talking from a bakkie. It’s a little silly, but definitely worth a watch, even if it is just to hear how genuinely excited Coulthard gets when he catches the ball.
The internet is a bizarre place, filled with dancing robots singing Bohemian Rhapsody, crazy lawyers suing charities and cartoonists for no good reason, pages and pages of tentacle porn, and gigs and gigs worth of hate-filled YouTube comments. But every now and then the internet dons a cape and becomes a super hero.