When you think about viral video parodies, Brigham Young University might not immediately come to mind. But the school’s library produced an impressively made, hilarious spoof of Old Spice’s popular ad starring Isaiah Mustafa. To …
What’s worse: the sound of a vuvuzela, or the sound of it being crushed into tiny pieces? You decide. Video at TheDailyWh.at.
Holy cow: Kids reenact the American revolution! In the Internet age, this is what counts as a class project. I’d give them an A, for sure. Especially Thomas Jefferson’s “French friends.” (via Urlesque)
Aside from getting stuck in the bathtub, did you know President William Howard Taft kept a pony brigade on the White House lawn? Yeah, we didn’t either. Fortunately, animator Jason Steele at FilmCow can enlighten us. (via BuzzFeed)
George Washington: Smooth gangsta. Since we saw this video two years ago, NewsFeed has tried to find a way to use the phrase “two on the vine” outside the context of this video. We are still searching for the perfect occasion.
Thirteen-year-old Hibiki Kono, who lives in the U.K., made an awesome wall-climbing machine using two 1400-watt vacuum cleaners. He spent five months working on it during design technology classes at his school. His only …
“We do look at it as a blessing, in a crazy 21st century way.”
– DAVID DEVORE, whose son became a viral video star from his “David After Dentist” video, on his earnings of about $150,000 from YouTube ad revenue and merchandise …
Look at your man. Now back at this commercial. Now back to your man. Now back to the ad. Sure, your man isn’t as good as this commercial, but at least you can watch it.
This kid was in for a surprise.
Playing sexy? Children performing Beyonce’s “All The Single Ladies” in barely-there outfits is nothing to cheer about.