Dads are jerks.
Dads are jerks.
“As creative as it is, make no mistake, your video is an advertisement that is designed to sell a product, and long ago, we made a conscious decision not to permit our music and/or name to be used in product ads.”
“Chocolate Rain,” anyone?
There’s no kind of justice like swift, unverified, and possibly slanderous internet justice.
The premise is a woman goes on to the subway and gets into a physical altercation with her boyfriend because he gave her AIDS.
Don’t say we didn’t warn you.
Wow, this is meta. Hats off, Marina Shifrin.
When she walks out of the store she high-fives the guy behind the camera.
After the video was uploaded to Liveleak.com, viewers began calling in threats to the father of the children in the video.
The concept behind it is you put homeless people on Citi Bikes and have them exercise. Cool?
Christopher Woodring wanted a job at Dreamworks, and to achieve that dream he did the only logical thing: Interview Steven Spielberg from 1993 about why he’s awesome.
“You want a kid to change and start doing better? You gotta touch his freaking heart.”
California police captured footage of a master thief who is still on the loose. No one is safe.
You’ll never believe what happens.
So maybe it’s time to stop filming “Harlem Shake” videos now?
Move over Rihanna, Sweet Brown has you beat.
This is what it would look like if Oprah was really into the internet.
We laughed, we cried, we shared.
YouTube has released its 2012 Rewind video, giving props to the most influential videos (cough, “Gangnam Style”), channels, and stars of the year. But important: Where is Sweet Brown?
Get that $$, Sweet Brown. I love this woman. (via popgoestheweek.com)
Keyboard Cat, Sneezing Panda, and Double Rainbow are featured in this impressive toast to viral video. Now, with more blocks!
“I don’t know where to begin.” For the latest in their “Teens React to Viral Videos” series, the Fine Brothers tackled the diva beauty queen “It” girl of the moment, “Toddlers & Tiaras” star Alana “Honey Boo-Boo Child” Shannon and her mother, “Coupon Queeeeeeen” June. Here are the results.
While some of these videos have gone somewhat viral, most have been woefully overlooked and should become giant hits in 2012. Don’t be surprised if you see any of these viral videos show up on the new season of Tosh.0, premiering tonight at 10/9c only on Comedy Central.
You weren’t planning on being productive today, were you? Time is flexible and subjective, so a minute can seem like a lifetime, while a lifetime can flash by in a second. Or at least that’s the excuse you can give your boss in three hours.
What if the world wide web was really a world of its own? It would be a bizarre, magical, and annoying place, methinks. Watch Video ›
A new service from YouTube that harnesses all that data they have about which videos are doing well so you can watch what’s happening, as it’s happening. If that makes any sense. Here’s a rundown of how it all works. View List ›
Urlesque KILLS it with this amazing (and nostalgic) compilation of the best viral videos in the days before viral media was a recognized force of awesomeness.
The Fine Brothers get more candid reactions to classic viral videos from a group of kids who are young enough to have missed them the first time around. Not surprisingly, their reaction to Chris Crocker was, “Gross.” Watch Video ›