Seriously, does anyone know any other car dealerships that can confidently say they’ve had over 100,000 views on a video? Now that the original song is nearly 10 years old, it’s probably safe for this treatment. Nothing says I love you quite like a brand new RAV4.
Wait. How? How did they get all those animals to do play nice for this video? Doesn’t even matter.
Having trouble believing in Santa Claus? Well, Buzzfeed has explained how it’s scientifically possible for Santa to do what he does. Also, he’s WAY WORSE than the NSA when it comes to respecting our privacy. Damn, Santa. Maybe you should get a lump of coal.
A recent YouTube video by Phil Guay puts a hilarious twist on popular Christmas carols, as sung by a “Very Angry Bears Fan.”
The video was uploaded Sunday, the day before the Bears lost yet again, this time at home at the hands of the New Orleans Saints.
“As fans we wear our Bears apparel/fail fail fail, fail fail fail fail, fail fail fail…”
The Bears sit at 5-9, last in the NFC North division. That record also assures them a losing season this year.
We’d say our pets are just like humans, but honestly, we know they’d take offense. (You know the drill: It’s our dogs’ world, and we’re just living in it.) Seriously though, we treat them like humans, it only seems natural that they would take on some of our characteristics. Next thing you know, the dog will be typing politically incorrect comments on news stories and blaming the government for its problems. Sad, really.
Still, we can’t help but notice that this talented canine, recorded by YouTube user JoMaJe1527, walks and dresses and delights just like a person.
Jerking isn’t a joke and they know it.
Unfortunately for the South Dakota office of Highway Safety, some people think their new safe-driving campaign around the slogan “don’t jerk and drive” was a bad idea.
The ad campaign, intended to keep people from over correcting and jerking their steering wheels in icy conditions, struck some as offensive because of its allusion to masturbation.
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This kid is the definition of YOLO. He’s also the definition of DGAF. Basically, this kid represents any acronym the cool kids are using to describe an individual who just doesn’t care about a situation that could potentially cause them distress.
This little boy is being filmed by a person we presume to be his mother as he is “combing” his hair. At least, that’s what he thinks he’s doing. He doesn’t seem to notice that this comb is actually removing his hair altogether instead of just removing tangles. But as you can see in the video, he’s all right with his new bald patches. He is owning them.
Being stuck in an elevator is bad enough. But imagine getting trapped with a stranger named Jesus who might also be NUTS. Some guy posted a series of videos on YouTube after it happened to him recently.
He also hit the emergency alarm button for five minutes straight, freaked out at the woman on the intercom, and started randomly singing “Enter Sandman” and “Rump Shaker”.
A woman supposedly sick of being pranked by her boyfriend has got her own back by pepper spraying his toilet paper, then filming his reaction.
She offers ice cubs to ease the pain. When his suffering then becomes worse, the woman admits she pepper sprayed them too.
The man eventually stumbles to the shower where he douses himself with the detachable shower head while fully clothed.