I have no idea what is going on in this video of a Japanese guy dancing. I feel so completely lost that I tried to use Google Translate to figure out what was going on. As you can see, that was no help what so ever:
I take everything bad I said about Vine back. It’s not just a boring social media tool that celebrities can use to appear “hip,” “cool” or “normal.” It’s somehow become this cesspool of weird videos. And because of the format, it doesn’t make vertical video so apparent or annoying. While there are some horrendously boring videos (I still don’t care about what you ate this morning) to dig through, it’s not hard to find the gold mine. Like, for example, all I had to do was search the hashtag #IbelieveIcanfly and this was the weird I can find.
From tying toys onto fans while playing the iconic R. Kelly song in the background to “editing” the video so it looks like you’re forever in a video game, this is the kind of 6 second hilarity the video-based social media app has to offer.
From the same guys who taught you how to get girls’ phone numbers without talking, whatever are back and this time they’re a little too excited when it comes to picking up girls. And by excited I mean they’re faking boners while hitting on girls. They’re a little too blatant when it comes to their faux pas as they purposefully knock things over and make some not-so subtle jokes. It’s actually quite surprising that they even scored a couple digits so if we were to learn anything from this “social experiment” of theirs, it’s this: it’s all about confidence.
Amanda Bynes tweeted a link to this bizarre video on Monday of herself as she gets ready for a night out on the town. According to the title, she’s sucking on a Sour Patch Kid candy which kind of explains the weird faces she’s making. What the sour candy doesn’t help to explain is just how bugged-eyed she looks.
Um, bring out the dancing lobsters?
While Japanese girls are Hadokening their way through social media, users of the Chinese social networking site Weibo are joking about how “sexy” their dogs look in a pair of pantyhose. Apparently, they think it’s funny.
HOW IS THIS FUNNY?
STOP IT! STOP! STOP! STOP!
This isn’t funny. It’s creepy. Now let’s kill it with fire. The trend, not the dogs.
Prepare to stay up all night, folks.
Because if this rooster’s laugh doesn’t frighten you, then I don’t know what will.
I get the feeling that this is a fake video. But because my imagination tends to run wild, I’m starting to believe that some evil spirit came and possessed this animal.
Who knew Tilda Swinton was Snow White in disguise?
Surprising visitors at the MoMA, the actress will be taking up residency in New York’s MoMA this month on random days. As a MoMA source tells the Gothamist, ”Museum staff doesn’t know she’s coming until the day of, but she’s here today. She’ll be there the whole day. All that’s in the box is cushions and a water jug.”
“Tilda Swinton will be doing unannounced, random performance art pieces sleeping in a glass box in the museum,” the source added. “Today is the first performance. Each performance lasts the whole day the museum is open.”
Titled “The Maybe”, Swinton first performed the piece in London in 1995 at the Serpentine Gallery. She has also performed the piece in the Museo Barracco in Rome.
I’ll be lying if I said I understood performance art, but I suppose this is significantly better than Yoko Ono’s take at it.
P.S. What will Tilda do if she needs to use the washroom?!!!!
For those who simply don’t have enough time in the morning to fully dedicate a minute or two to hygiene, this is for you.
The tongue to teeth toothbrush is exactly what it sounds like: a pre-coated toothpaste brush you put on your tongue for a hands-free teeth cleaning experience.
It’s creator, Adel Elseri, told the Edmonton Journal he came up with the idea as he was driving home from a 12-hour shift. Elseri and his business partner Said Fayad presented the idea to the producers of the entrepreneurial show Dragon’s Den (or Shark Tank, if you’re American and watch the poor remake) last month. There is no news as of yet if they made it onto the show.
If anything, this product brings us just one step closer to being cats. Meow.
This cat is meows like a goat. and it’s like the Internet has come full circle. This pretty much sums up my feelings on this video:
OR, if you really want to get all conspiracy theory-like, the cats of the world held a meeting in secret to discuss how to they should take back the internet as Taylor Swift goat remixes run rampant.
Who knows what happened here but it doesn’t look pretty. It’s like the owners of two destroyed cars tried to solve their problems by combining them:
Person 1: Well, there’s goes the back of my van.
Person 2: Huh, no way. Someone hit my truck this morning and the front is now mangled and pretty much useless.
Person 1: two bad we can’t combine the two and make something awesome out of it.
Person 2: Who says we can’t? It’s be like a super dope Transformers or something!
Person 1: What were you smoking when you had that accident?
Person 2: ….
Well, you get the picture. But seriously, what do you even call this monstrosity? Is it still a a van? Truck? Truck-van?
Secretsupernatural on Tumblr is on to something. She just had to wonder what happens when you googled Nicholas Cage and Tumblr. For a reference, here’s what you get when you simple Google Nicolas Cage:
And here’s what she got when she googled Nicolas Cage + Tumblr:
Best thing ever, right?
Well, as the inquiring journalists that we are, we just had to see what comes up when you google Nicolas Cage and any other website. Here’s what we found.
1. Nicolas Cage and Facebook
2. Nicolas Cage and Instagram
Redditor Sparked94 claims to have found a photo on 4Chan where one anon looks exactly like Christian Bale.
The anon apparently dressed up as Patrick Bateman, Bale’s character in American Psycho. The resemblance is uncanny and we would be obligated to call this a photoshop job if it weren’t for a few things.
The anon’s eyebrows and nose seem slight bigger, and his face a little wider. He’s also missing Bale’s wart-thing on the bridge of his nose near his eye.
What do you guys think? Photoshop job or have we found Christian Bale’s doppelgänger?
Redditor Glorious_Bacon_Ninja came to a shocking revelation the other day after learning that his mother apparently had an affair with Charlie Sheen years and years ago.
Leading him to upload the photo on Reddit, the Norwegian’s post is now making its rounds on Facebook looking to get a million likes just so Sheen can take a DNA-test.
I can’t even lie and say that they don’t look alike. I mean, the resemblance here is kind of uncanny…
This sounds like a reality show waiting to happen and I know just the perfect show these two men can be on: Maury!
But right now, this man needs your help! You can follow him on Twitter at @SverreSheen to track his findings.
Things escalate quickly when your song becomes an internet meme. From goats yelling to Nicolas Cage screams, Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” is back with a very distressing edition.
Featuring screams from goats, humans, Dragon Ball Z and rabbits, I don’t know whether to laugh or scream because all of this yelling is making me a little bit stressed.
WELP. Taylor, why do you have to sing about your troubles all the time????!!!!
Titled “My Unfortunate Appearance On Who Wants To Be a Millionaire,” this video is anything but.In actuality, this is probably the best thing that ever happened on the show.
According to Aaron Snibson, a.k.a. the guy in the video, he pretty “panicked” when he was put on the spot during a taping of the Australian version of the game show. To be honest, he probably did a lot better than most of us with his dinosaur/raptor/Jim Carey impression. I know if it were me, I probably would’ve slinked down my seat so no one could see me.
Such grace. Such class. You go, Aaron Snibson.
Nobody said nail art is easy. If I ever tried to paint my own tuxedo nails a la Zooey Deschanel, I would probably end up with tuxedo hands. That being said, these sets of nails make me want to scream and shout, and not in a good way. Let’s hope practice makes perfect for these artists and their crazy ideas. Or, if all else fails, get some nail stickers.
She sells NOPE by the sea shore
Would you like fries with that?
Definitely don’t want this Care Bare stare
Grass should stay on the ground
Finally, tacky vacation shirts in nail form
Barf alert: don’t watch this with food in your mouth. Count your blessings you weren’t around to taste the horror of Crystal Pepsi in 1992. The spin-off pop was so bad that it got canned after just one year of making taste buds weep. Brave vlogger L.A. BEAST took the plunge into a 20-year-old bottle just for the hell of it. The results? Dis. Gus. Ting.
The fact that these goats sound like they have human souls trapped in their bodies is frightening to me. Not entirely sure what has possessed them to sound like this, but I know I will be having nightmares for the rest of the week.
The “Harlem Shake” is taking over the Internet. If you don’t know what it is, then I can confidently say you’re currently living in Antarctica or under a very large rock.
The “Harlem Shake” was hilarious when it was a novelty, and for the most part it still is, but if you’re anything like me you can begin to feel the sheer number of videos weighing down on you just like the “Call Me Maybe” lip-sync videos of 2012. And if you’ve already reached your limit, you’re not alone.
This panda is FED UP and takes drastic measures to shut down the shake before anyone is even out of their seat. It may seem like an overreaction now, but give it three days and you’ll all know where he’s coming from.
I still have barely any idea what the Harlem Shake is, but it almost looks like a new hobby teenage boys are taking up instead of the usual hangouts involving video games, junk food and watching sports on TV. While I have yet to see someone I know attempt this at the club, this semi-entertaining internet meme is also kind of stupid.
This is one of the few versions I actually approve of. Performed in acapella, this certainly makes for one of the more creative versions of this odd, internet phenomenon.