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Watch Jimmy Fallon And Justin Timberlake Belt Out History Of Rap 5
There’s no single late night talk show format. All of the major hosts have their own sets of strengths and weaknesses, and in order to be successful, each performer needs to continually find ways to highlight those strengths and gloss of those negatives. That’s why David Letterman spends such a high percentage of his runtime interviewing guests.
Delta Made an '80s Airline Safety Video Featuring ALF
In an attempt to inject some excitement into the airline safety portion of your flight, Delta has decided to make an ‘80s-themed video telling you how to buckle your seatbelt and where to stow your carry-on luggage
Watch Darth Vader Get Choked Out By Albert Einstein
Introducing stop motion animation genius Patrick Boivin, who has taken the form of action figure animation and made some fantastic videos. His short videos are superb studies in the animation process, and combine the cheeky comedy styling of Robot Chicken with the beauty of Laika’s expressiveness. This one, featuring Darth Vader in a battle with Albert Einstein is so absurd and brilliant.
Watch Bill Gates Lose To A World Chess Champ In Less Than A Minute
Bill Gates doesn’t have a lot of bad going for him. For starters, he’s the second richest person in the world, with a net worth of $67 billion. But it turns out the man has human moments like the rest of us.
Watch MSNBC Awkwardly Cut Away From A Serious Interview For A Bieber Update
Celebrity gossip puts asses in the seats. Whether you’re willing to admit it or not, there’s something about famous people getting arrested, getting married, having children and saying crazy things that makes a high percentage of us turn our heads. It’s not logical or particularly noble, but it’s a stone cold fact that every single news outlet in the world knows.
Bananas And Ham Hollandaise And Other Gross Foods People Used to Eat
Before the world went crazy for quinoa and grass-fed beef and anything else with the label “organic” on it, folks ate a ton junk food, because a) food science wasn’t all that sophisticated back then, and b) it was absolutely delicious––well, most of it was.
This Video Gives New Meaning to the Phrase 'Don't Try This At Home'
This two-minute clip––preceded by a handy “PLEASE DON’T RECREATE THIS MIGHT BE DANGEROUS FOR LIFE” warning––compiles footage of an unnamed thrill seeker jumping around and hanging off the sides of buildings, trains, and other structures just for the hell of it. He is also doing it without a safety harness.
Video Emerges Of Justin Bieber Allegedly Egging Neighbor's House
Remember when everyone got all excited about Justin Bieber getting his act together after he booted his friends who were supposedly such terrible influences out of his house? Well, if the latest rumblings are to be believed, nothing whatsoever has changed.
This Might Be The Cutest Girl Who Ever Sang An Elvis Song
The video of Ella Mae singing Elvis’ “An American Trilogy” is precious. It’s adorable, cute, heartwarming, and all the things that make sharing videos on YouTube glorious. The nearly six minute video of a car ride with a 20 month old little girl is the most wonderful and delightful thing since “David After Dentist.” In fact, this might be more heartwarming as the David video is just charming in its portrayal of a poor kid experiencing the aftereffects of anesthesia.
John Green Tests 30 More Supposed Life Hacks He Read About On The Internet
In fact, it’s quite possible that the only things the Internet has more of than good advice and porn are bad advice and outright lies. Luckily, The Fault In Our Stars author John Green is the type of man who likes separating fact from fiction.
3 First Wave Podcasts You Really Should Be Listening To
Podcasts have been around for awhile; certainly longer than the wave of popular podcasts in the last four to five years would suggest. Did you know that Marc Maron’s WTF? show came along well after podcasting began. You probably did, but shows like The Nerdist, The Moth, and The Smartest Man In The World are relatively new to the scene. You might be confused that they’re the definition of podcasting because they are indeed so popular.
Kid Lip Syncs To Queen's Don't Stop Me Now Over The Course Of Three Years
Lip syncing is nothing new. It’s the pleasant party version of karaoke, and it’s a trap many artists have fallen into. For Matthew Perren, it’s a three year long experiment and project. From the age of 15 to 18 he took a photo of himself, stop motion animation style, so that it appears he’s singing Queen’s “Don’t Stop Me Now.”
What The Hell Is Going On With This Old Spice Commercial?
Old Spice has never been a company that plays it safe with marketing. In fact, the basic idea behind most of the promotional spots seems to be to confuse, bewilder and tickle the curiosity of viewers.
Because: 2013's Word Of The Year
The American Dialect Society has no qualms with celebrating the fun in words, and that’s why this list of nominations and winners is so great. It may appear that such a pretentious sounding foundation would be austere in its voting, but they included “thigh gap” and then made sure to include “box gap” as a synonymous version of the phrase.
Watch A Blind Man Guess The Color Of Markers Based On Their Smell
Tommy Edison is a blind man, there’s nothing else spectacular about him. Not really. But when you watch the video of him trying to figure out the color of markers by their smell, you understand the power of simple charm. Youtube is festooned with wannabe starlets and braggadocious dudes trying to be funny. Most of them are not, but The Tommy Edison Experience is the real deal.