What began as a mere Vine trend has gone global and reached the world’s police academies, who are challenging each other to show off their moves.
The internet is full of weird and wonderful ways to go viral, although we’re pretty sure that’s not what this older lady had in mind.
A mother started breastfeeding her friend’s son when he was 5 months old because she wanted to give him the chance to grow up on a healthy, nutritious diet.
Celebrities these days are lucky to get away with something not being caught on camera or video. Too bad everyone has phones, cameras and video recorders…
‘Run Jose’ was an inspirational piece of short film that went very viral a while ago. The film touched managed to touch many different people in many different ways…now it’s our chance to give back.
The general population loves believing in anything that is juicy and gossip-worthy. This poor teacher got the worst of it in a viral fake sex tape. Fun times for her.
There’s not too much information about this video, but it is doing the rounds and is pretty scary. Especially as it seems to happen in a secure car park.
This poor dog can’t tell whether a house door is open or closed, but doesn’t want to risk it, so he decides to just sit it out.
A bunch of frogs are instantly captivated by a video of an earthworm playing on an iPhone. Check out these crazy, yet impressionable, little amphibians in action…
This may be the most amazing dog in the world, showing us lazy humans how squats are actually done. Do you think it’s possible to hire that Border Collie as a gym trainer?
Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt responds to his Ice Bucket Challenge nomination in spectacular fashion.
Here we go. Another great insight into the minds of people who use the interwebs and what excites them. Apparently, this video of Indian men being drenched by erupting fire-hoses whilst they stand urinating against public structures out in the open, is, worth a watch. Its gone viral – so it must be. Right? Whatever […]
If you haven’t read it yet, now might be the time to do so. Jade Mitchell’s blog received some serious attention last week when she posted a scathing observation about Capetonians and their unwarranted sense of superiority towards themselves and their city. Titled “Go F***ck Yourself Cape Town” , the piece details an array of […]
We ignored this the first time it hit the internet because our eyes were bleeding. But now it has gone completely and utterly viral and we have to let you know about it – out of duty. Apologies.
You never know which videos have been ‘seeded’ by big brands these days, but we struggle to believe that WeChat had any part to play in this video which has gone viral and features more masturbation references than you could shake a stick at..
No, Bill Gates hasn’t decided to become a YouTube celebrity – he’s just taken an unorthodox approach to creating awareness about the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation.
Harlem Shake, the fox, Miley Cyrus, the russian meteorite – they’re all there. But there are a few surprise inclusions. For your educational edification, please enjoy this run down of the top viral, music, and news videos on YouTube in 2013.
This six minute animated film was created by six students from The Animation School in Cape Town. Within 24 hours of it appearing on Vimeo, it had garnered 90,000 views. That’s a big deal.
It’s been almost half a century since Bob Dylan dropped ‘Like A Rolling Stone’, but finally, after teaming up with a 27 year-old tech-whizz, Bob Dylan has released a music video to go along with his 1965 hit song.
Okay – these various trivial forms of procrastination are hard to keep up with. First it’s the bitstrips, then its awkward profile pic week and now – out of the blue – everyone seems to be changing their profile photos to pictures of giraffes. This may not have reached everyone just yet, but rest assured this is out there, and people are going nuts for it.
We all like to cause a bit if chaos on Grand Theft Auto sometimes, you know, really push the boat out in the most anarchic way possible. Beat up pedestrians, murder some sex workers, steal some cars – the usual. Now, having an elderly person play GTA is a novelty enough in itself. But having an elderly person, a granny no less, go on a violent rampage that would put some of the most rebellious teenagers shame – now that’s a show.
The British have become known as quite a polite group of people, well, some of them anyway. Their sometimes too-polite phrases give the illusion of class and a well established set of manners. However, a translation table that has been making the rounds on the internet recently, might change the way you listen to them.
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.
If you have been longing for anything to viral on Facebook, Twitter or YouTube you need to aim for this part of the brain. The Temporo-Parietal Junction, or the TPJ.
An academic paper by three Facebook data scientists (that’s an actual job description) focussed on a photograph of a Norwegian couple who said they’d have sex if their pic got more than one million likes might have uncovered the mechanism that triggers the viral sharing of content on the web.