Apr 202012
 

This relatively ancient video from 2007 has resurfaced after being featured on TastefullyO, StuffIStole, and TheDailyWhat.  

Apparently, a mother duck led her ducklings to these nice people’s heated pool during a cold rain shower, but afterwards, the ducklings couldn’t get out as easily as mom could. 

Luckily, this smart man figured out a way to help the ducklings climb out of the pool without interfering with nature too much. 

 


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Apr 202012
 

Popular online dancers, NonStop and MariePoppins, were recruited by  to star in their new promotional dance video. 

Appropriately, the makers of robot products like the Roomba and Scooba had the two pros pull off their best robot style popping dance moves. 

But the real questions is, who’s the better dancer? The week old viral commercial already has over 150,000 views, and  is covered by Mashable and ViralVideoChart

 


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Apr 202012
 

The Planet Earth series on BBC has been in the making for five years now, and brings the wonders of our world into people’s living rooms across the globe. 

As a playful gag,  enlisted the help of some adorable kids to narrate some scenes instead of the usual classically trained speaker. The results are just too precious to bear. 

The new video is featured on TheAtlantic, Buzzfeed, and Mashable.

 


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Apr 202012
 

Texan Lisa Gail Allred has gone viral, but not in the way she had hoped when making this terrible song, 3 Second Rule. After recieving horrible reviews, she quickly pulled her music video, but not before it was copied and reuploaded.

Now she is featured all over the web, such as on Guyism, DListedTheDailyWhat, HuffingtonPost, and Jezebel.

 


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Apr 202012
 

We just saw a science video of the cool effects the Stroboscopic Illusion, and now this similar video is going viral this week.

Science illusionist  used a subwoofer to create the illusion that water was some how dripping up, defying gravity. By changing the level of hertz from the speaker, and setting his camera to 24 frames per second, he seems to have the ability to change the direction of flow of water.

Of course, it’s all in our heads. The water is flowing as it should. The video is featured on KnowYourMeme

 

Thanks Noam!


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