Jan 082015
Parents Teach Their Kids About ‘The Birds And the Bees’ For The First Time

Parents around the world all have the same awkward job. They inevitably must teach their children about the birds and the bees as it’s called. But how do you do it? Cut Video had a bunch of parents teach their kids how babies are made in front of a camera. Naturally, this adorably awkward video has gone viral. 


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Oct 112014
New York Times Takes Second Graders To One Of New York’s Fanciest Restaurants

The New York Times has realized that you don’t go viral with traditional stories anymore, no matter how interesting or factual they are. So they studied a bit of New Media, and made this adorable story. Instead of taking a renown food critic to a restaurant for their magazine’s fall Food issue, they took a group of second graders. The children were treated to a meal at one of New York City’s most expensive and fancy restaurants, Daniel. The kids enjoyed a seven course meal that would usually cost each diner over $200. 


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Sep 262013
Children’s Band Covers ‘Forty-Six And 2′ By Tool

When one thinks of the typical fans of the heavy metal band Tool, children are the last demographic to come to mind. 

But producer Aaron Okeefe has the Internet thinking otherwise after publishing this two week old music video of a children’s band covering the hit rock song, Forty-Six And 2

And the web is thankful for learning otherwise as the video has garnered over 1.3 million rocking views and over 20,000 likes!


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Jul 142012

 hit an emotional home run with their Olympic games mom tribute commercial that currently stands with over 5 million views.

Now, they are continuing their ‘Proud sponsors of Moms’ campaign with a new tribute video in honor of the children athletes mothers put so much effort in raising. The video has also become a most shared hit, garnering one million hits in just three days. 


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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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