Zack’s dad foreshadows this video’s finale from the very beginning when he cautions: “Careful Zack, there could be dinosaurs.”
But the two-year-old is brave so he doesn’t listen. He keeps running along the path with youthful innocence, until he sees the gigantic robotic dino. He pauses in his tracks, like a deer in the headlights, when his mom asks: “Are you scared?”
After pondering the question for just a second, he turns around and starts running away from the dinosaur screaming. Zack loves dinosaurs, but he’s never seen one bigger than himself.
Ever enjoyed getting Lunchables as a child?
Because the Japanese have taken DIY meals to the next level with Happy Kitchen kits!
In this amazing set, you can build a complete mini fast food meal all from little packets of powder.
According to YouTuber RRCherrypie, the food is not only edible, but features no artificial colours and no preservatives.
I find the last two features a little hard to believe. Watching this video was enough to make me balk.
I’ll admit this is pretty entertaining. But making this meal would be way too much effort and is actually, kind of gross.
I have no idea what’s going on during this gameshow but this guy has a pretty epic laugh.
Unable to control his giggles, what comes out has got to be the strangest laugh I’ve ever heard!
Looks like Katy Perry moves fast.
While performing at the Naval Academy in Maryland, the pop singer asked one of the midshipmen to help her in reenacting the “iconic sailor pose” on stage by giving her a kiss.
As the young man revealed his age to Perry, she cheekily replied, “Is this legal? Well, I’m a little bit older than you but that’s all right I can be your Mrs. Robinson.”
And to loud cheers, the two performed a romantic smooch.
How nice of Katy to make this boy’s dream come true…and break a million other boys’ hearts…
What do you think? Do you think they reenacted the pose well?
Little Olivia is having some trouble with her pronunciations.
According to her parents, who posted the video, their daughter frequently feeds the fire pit in their backyard with sticks and pine cones when she plays outside.
While she used to call this “helping”, she had since started saying “feeding the fire pit” which comes out sounding like…”feed the f*ck it.”
It’s a pretty cute and hilarious video. But hopefully the parents teach her how to say it properly before she….starts school.
Something also tells me Olivia was also telling her parents to “fire pit” with telling her to repeat herself so she could eat her meal in peace.
Okay, we’ve found the boundary. Purple dinosaurs are okay but purple bears go too far.
Some teachers at a Pennsylvania school thought they were treating a class of kids when they invited in Mr. McFeely and Purple Panda from the TV show Mister Rogers. Unfortunately, it backfired and the distressed children ran away in fear.
Comforting the children didn’t really work either. The character, from Planet Purple, has a robotic monotone voice and travels by teleportation. I don’t blame them for rejecting him.
Watch it here:
We’re going crazy for this “Make It Count” video in the andPOP office. Yes, it’s a Nike ad but the cheesy mix of inspirational quotes, scenic landscapes and the “you can do anything you set your mind to” mentality makes us want to shoot a dart at a map, don a fedora and become travelling nomads. The whole video was shot in 10 days with just two people. It’s insane how much ground they cover in the short time frame, especially considering how often they must’ve been flying from country to country.
Forget Mission Impossible and Indiana Jones. These cats know their way in to getting what they want.
Indiana Jones Cat: Raiders of the Lost Fridge
In this video, this cat struggles and succeeds in climbing up the fridge just to get the freezer open.
Cat opens Freezer door
In a quest for fish sticks, this cat climbs his way up the fridge despite a safety lock and successfully gets what he needs.
What is it with these cats and freezers?!
While the Academy Awards may be old news by now, this guy certainly deserves an Oscar.
Paying tribute to all of the Academy’s 75 Best Supporting Acress winners in the span of five minutes, YouTube user The Doomsday Diaries does his best to reenact all the Oscar-winning performances in the acting category he favours the most.
“Some of you may know that Best Supporting Actress is my favorite category,” he says in the video. “If I could, I would make love to every single one of those women!”
From Gale Sondergaard, who won in 1936 for “Anthony Adverse”, to 2011′s winner Melissa Leo for her performance in “The Fighter”, this guy is dead-on with the impressions.
The simple way to make so-called classic movies — or really anything in life — better is to add cats. This video mashup takes some of our favourite scenes from movies such as Harry Potter to Anchorman and edits it to include our favourite Internet cats.
The best scene is the brutal cat and dog fight that would have spiced up the gang fight in Anchorman.
Watch it below:
I always marvelled at my cat’s acrobatic abilities. Earl Gray of Gloucester (yes, that’s one of my cats’ names) is skilled at bouncing backwards on her hind legs, jumping higher than a doorknob and running faster than me — though on that note, she’s not skilled at braking on slippery hardwood floors. She’s also a master at hiding, usually in dark corners and under blankets, so she can
attack surprise me when I least suspect it. Sometimes this makes me wonder whether she’s adorable or evil, like this website leads me to believe….
Either way, she’d be the perfect addition to this hypothetical French movie called “Les Chats Ninjas.”
Watch it here:
This dressage team is sexy and they know it
In the world of upper-level dressage, Bent Jensen and his horse are something of rockstars. Performing at the Dressage Under the Stars, the duo performed a routine to LMFAO’s “Sexy and I Know it,” among other interesting song choices.
The Ceiling Cat
If cats can play basketball, this one could. Showcasing its mad jumping skills, this cat turns off the light switch.
This poor dog Indiana was so confused by his image in the mirror that he was convinced it was an arch rival. The dog staked out his territory and put on a furious front to try and scare his
reflection enemy away but it wasn’t working. As a last stand, he lunged at the dog, ramming into the mirror.
His owners, who blissfully recorded the “battle” failed to stifle their laughter but quickly sympathized with him so he didn’t feel too embarrassed by his mistake.
Meet Huug Bosse.
After having a hip surgery three years ago, he hasn’t been able to stop laughing. Of all the horrible side effects that can come from operations, this one isn’t particularly the worst.
In fact, I find him incredibly endearing. Just seeing him hug Ernie like an infant was just too adorable for me.
Too bad his wife seems so grumpy.
Tonight’s the night! Community is finally returning after it’s overdrawn hiatus. We know you’re already in the mood (how could you not be?) but in case you need a reminder of how awesome the show is, check out this fan promo, which showcases the show’s best clips with Madeon’s “Pop Culture” playing over them.
The video’s editor talks about the show’s influence on their life: “The writing on this show has effected me greatly since I found it, such that it convinced me to return to university after having dropped out. I truly love the show, so the goal of this video was to hook people into it as best I can. Hopefully the video isn’t cheesy though.”
I already revealed that I watched the entire two and a half seasons in a month, often cramming them in before bed or early in the morning…. I have an addictive personality when it comes to worthy TV shows. I don’t know how I’ll fare watching the show on a weekly schedule… it’s just not enough.
Dog versus hedgehog
I can’t tell if this hedgehog is just sitting there because playing dead is his best defence or if he’s all laid back and thinking “seriously dog, just relax.” The curious dog can’t figure out what to make of his new friend and his solution is to madly paw the ground (but not actually touch the hedgehog) and to whimper. After a minute and a half he finally lets up… but the saga is not over.
The viral commercial that’s on speed
After watching the first 30 seconds of this ad I felt like I had been watching it FOREVER. And with all the hooplah I hardly realized what the ad was actually for: Lithuanian water. The best part is the impossible claims and similes made: you’ll be sexy like a tiger in a car powered by liquified thoughts of the universe. Ummm, okay. But apparently the product will also prevent you from seeing Crocs, which is enough for me.
This woman ended her romantic relationship with her drumkit because she fell in love with the Statue of Liberty. She now has a long distance relationship with her new “girlfriend” Libby.
Amanda Whittaker has objectum sexuality, a condition that causes her to fall in love with inanimate objects and shapes.
The hosts, from the UK show This Morning, do their best to keep a straight face for the majority of the interview. “What did the drumkit do to make you fall out of love with it?” the male host asks. Whittaker says the drummkit didn’t do anything, she was just unfaithful. Over time, Whittaker has collected tourist pieces of the Statue of Liberty and she keeps them in her house. The best part of the interview is around 5:00, when the male anchor picks up parts of her girlfriend and scrutinizes it like it’s an ancient artifact.
The expert on the show says that objectum sexuality symbolizes a lack of trust in human relationships. For now, Whittaker says she’s very happy and has even bought a flat with her girlfriend.
Exhibit A: Anchorman fail
These “news” anchors get a little over-excited after talking about Justin Bieber’s 18th birthday that they get totally off track and eventually enter a full-fledged giggle loop. When they say goodbye to their viewers, they realize they still have a whole minute left of the newscast to go with nothing interesting to say. Enjoy the most awkward minute you’ll see of dead air. You’re fired!
Exhibit B: Epic Pee Prank
This guy decided to prank his city’s cops by standing near a wall and squeezing water from a bottle. To bystanders, it looked like he was violating the city but he couldn’t ultimately get in trouble because it was just water. A couple cops laugh it off but others don’t take it as well.
Exhibit C: Parkour Cat
And now we present, the parkour cat. This ninja feline leaps over doors with a “so what?” bravado. He also manages to find the most uncomfortable positions to sit in, after he’s done showing off.
There’s tons of internet crack to start your morning! Which is your fave?
Exhibit A: Mouse is a dog’s best friend
This lemon beagle Maymo loves chasing his battery-operated mouse. It’s basically his dognip. But when the battery runs out he’s absolutely heartbroken. Will he recover?
Exhibit B: Toddler and dog play the blues
Sure, this is cute now but after 15 seconds of listening to this blues duet between a little girl and her bloodhound you’ll want to hit the silence button. The dog sounds like a Vuvuzela, which notoriously doesn’t harmonize with any instruments ESPECIALLY a harmonica.
We know the big question on everyone’s minds this weekend is, what would an LMFAO song sound like if Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young sang it?
Not to worry, Jimmy Fallon has you covered. Springsteen and Fallon, er, I mean Neil Young, sang an acoustic version of the song “Sexy and I Know It.” Fallon donned a low hat and rocked out on the harmonica and guitar while Springsteen wore his
infamous red bandanna and denim vest. They’re both totally sexy and they know it.
The song was performed to close out Springsteen Week on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
The other question on your mind is obvs, what would LMFAO sound like in the 1920s? Maybe I’m feeling sentimental becuase I watched The Artist today, but I kind of like this ultra cheesy Charleston version of “Party Rock Anthem.” The exact song they mashed it with is called Green Hill Instrumental.