Jan 132015
 
2,014 Mousetraps And 2,015 Ping-Pong Balls

In honor of the new year, Press Association teamed up with Pepsi Max to create this epic chain reaction video. The crew tirelessly set up 2,014 mousetraps with a ping-pong ball on each one. Finally, they dropped one more ball, for a total of 2,015 in honor of the new year, to set off the ultimate chain reaction. Glorious! 

This new year’s video has only gone viral now with over 4.75 million hits!

 


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Jan 132015
 
Buzzfeed Gives Celebrities Breathalyzer Tests At The Golden Globes

The Golden Globes Awards is an exciting time for fans of Hollywood, and even more thrilling for the celebrities who get to actually attend the ceremonies. Naturally, expensive champagne and drinks are aplenty. That gave BuzzFeed an idea. Why not give celebrities at the red carpet a breathalyzer test to see who pregamed before the award show?

 


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Jan 132015
 
Japanese Woodworking Is A Work Of Art

The Japanese are renown around the world for their attention to detail. This video by traditional Japanese architect only further promotes this idea. In this year old clip that has only gone viral now, two Japanese woodworkers artfully and perfectly connect two pieces of wood together. Like a glove.  

 


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Jan 132015
 
Macklemore Performs Thrift Shop Cover On Sesame Street

Macklemore’s debut hit song that launched him into the spot light has already come and gone. Still, Sesame Street has only now teamed up with the famous Thrift Shop rapper to spoof the song with Oscar the Grouch. Naturally, the two rap about garbage in this music video

 


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Jan 132015
 
College Football Coaches And Broadcasters Read Mean Tweets

Without a doubt, Jimmy Kimmel‘s most popular segment is when he has famous actors, athletes, and celebrities read mean tweets about themselves that they find on Twitter. In honor of the College Football Playoffs, Jimmy visited ESPN and had famous college football coaches and broadcasters read mean tweets about themselves

 


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