Syejukoon made a special GoPro backpack for his adorably short Corgi, and went hiking through the Runyon Canyon outside of Los Angeles. Now we can see what it’s like to hike with short furry legs and cute ears.
We would hope in a civil society that if someone was stealing our bike in broad daylight, someone would come and call the thief out. And that’s exactly what New York art-activist Casey Neistat wanted to test in his latest social experiment.
He locked up his own bike, and later ‘stole’ it as a suspicious thief would, complete with a saw or crowbar. Sadly, for New York City, the people failed Casey.
Only after he donned on his most suspicious clothing and brought out a power tool in the super crowded Union Square did the police show up… after nine minutes. The video is featured on NYTimes, LaughingSquid, and StuffIStole.
With the magic of Twitter, celebrities and fans are more connected than ever. The mini blogging service is arguably used solely for this purpose. But it’s not all fun and gushing over celebs. There are plenty of negative comments tweeted to famous actors and entertainers all the time.
Jimmy Kimme Live correctly thought it would be fun for celebs to read some negative tweets on camera. The results are pure awesomeness.