This video from the summer of 2010 has really started to trend this new year, and is featured on StuffIStole and DailyPicks. As SoundtrackTYL explains, their hedgehog named Grr had six babies, and they’re all just too adorable to handle. But where’s daddy?
The Eurovision Song Contest is an American Idol style talent show annually held among certain European countries. And a very special music group will be attending this year.
A group of grannies from Russia, called The Buranovskiye Babushki, blew away the audience in Moscow with their original song, Party For Everybody. Now, they have won a spot on Eurovision to represent Mother Russia.
Their performance has already been viewed 3 million times, and has been awarded the YouTube Bronze medal for Trending. Read more on TheDailyWhat, MarySue, BBC, and Neatorama.
This month old video just went viral, amassing over 200,000 views just this weekend. A tour boat near Wilhelmina Bay, Antarctica noticed an enormous iceberg in the distance that was started to softly crumble.
Just as one of the tourist asked, “Why don’t we just stay here and watch it?” the ‘berg started to give way, and completely imploded. The mountainous frozen block roared as it collapsed, and pelted the tourist with ice, prompting the captain to hit the gas and get out of there.
By now, everyone knows the style and feel for Apple commercials. BBC Comedy took that same formula and created this humorous iPad commercial spoof for horses. Now cowboys can give their horses iPads so they can stay in touch on Longfacebook. Get it? It’s British humor.
Sawerrt created a simple, yet amazing, do-it-yourself homemade Stirling engine. Using just a can, some wire, a lit candle, and a CD, he shows how simple the concept of the cyclical heat compression engine really is. Science FTW! In just three days since the video was published, it already has 475,000 hits.