We've watched this video of 100,000 ducks stampeding down the road at least four times now and we still have so many questions! Mainly, "Where can I get 100,000 ducks and how fast can I get them to here?!" This comes after the adorable video of stampeding baby goats. Her
Jose Ahonem enlisted the help of voice actor Rudi Rok to bark a few dogs and record their reaction. Seriously, we're not doing the video justice by that description. It's actually way more entertaining than it sounds!
Two minutes ago, I'd never heard of Rosenberg, Texas. Now, I have an unstoppable urge to speed through their town so I just might be pulled over by these hilarious cops from Rosenberg Police Department doing the best Katy Perry "Dark Horse" lip dub ever. EVER.
PopUp Chorus in Durham, North Carolina completely nailed this cover of M.I.A.'s Paper Planes. Considering it's a group of people who show up to a location, learn, perform, and film and song all in one night with no extensive training as a group, it's more than impressive!
"The internet doesn't need another cat video," I foolishly lamented before starting this video of two kittens dancing to DJ Snake and Lil' Jon's "Turn Down For What". After calling in several coworkers and watching it four times, I now understand
Moms everywhere will chuckle at this hilarious parody of Iggy Azalea's song "Fancy". If it doesn't perfectly describe what it's like during your 9th month of pregnancy, then consider yourself really, REALLY lucky
Janelle Ambrosia probably didn't realize how popular the video would become when she yelled at a black man who filmed her racist rant in a Dollar General parking lot. Let us warn you, it's REALLY not safe for work.
Lisa Freeman's son, Matthew, died in the line of duty in Afghanistan in 2009. Two days before his death, Matthew told his mother, “Mom, the kids would rather have pens and paper more than anything, even food or water. Would you please start a collection and send them to me?” Now, in addition to gathering pens and paper, she's also hand-sewing Matthew Bears for families of fallen soldiers, using the uniforms of each person as part of The Matthew Freeman Project.
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