Christmas is a magical time of the year. While there are countless books, songs, poems, and stories, this drunk history reading of a Christmas poem starring Ryan Gosling, Jim Carrey and Eva Mendez is an instant classic.
I have a few questions after watching this video, namely who does this?...and, what is this table made of? (o.k., maybe I do this). This could be a good Cat/Griz bet for the loser this Saturday (assuming you have an equally weak table of course):
YouTube prankster Jake Vale recently filmed a "Social Media Experiment" in a busy area of Irvine, California. He figured out how to find the most recent stuff people nearby him posted publicly on social media. He then uses the information to mess with them by pretending he's psychic. I think the experiment shows not to trust modern psychics! Check this out:
I know it's just a stereotype that white people can't dance, but it's a pretty harmless stereotype and here is 2 minutes and 15 seconds of white people dancing that is guaranteed to make you laugh. I'm glad they didn't find footage of me cutting a rug.
This college kid must have his entire campus in hysterics at all times! I want to hang out with Logan Paul after watching this...the best compilation of Vines I've ever seen. Check this out if you want to laugh for 3 straight minutes:
Everyone has witnessed a flash mob on YouTube or in person, but I doubt anyone has seen something like this. Twenty women at Katz' Deli in New York City simultaneously improvised the Meg Ryan fake orgasm scene from 'When Harry Met Sally' and the results were - wow!
Last month, there was a video of a group of guys motorboating women's boobs to raise money for breast cancer research that offended a lot of women. Well, this month is "Movember", which is all about raising money for cancers that affect men. The group of women in this new video sees your motorboating ways fellas and raises you a ball cup:
Jimmy Kimmel offers up an annual challenge to parents right after Halloween. He asks parents to tell their children they ate their Halloween candy and video their response. Check out the best 2013 submissions. Am I a bad person for thinking this is funny?
Jimmy Kimmel once again asked his fans to trick their kids into thinking they ate all of their Halloween Candy. Many parents did just that and recorded the devastation that ensued. Good thing it's only a prank! Thanks for the laughs, parents!
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