May 212013

Seventeen year old Zach Sobiech has become somewhat of an Internet celebrity. With only months to live after fighting a rare form of cancer for too long, Zach turned to music to find his peace.

His song Clouds quickly went viral online, garnering millions of hits, and was even covered by famous celebrities

Now, after his very sad and untimely passing, this twenty minute documentary published by Soul Pancake about Zach has gone viral, amassing over one million views just over the past few days. The video is further featured on UpWorthy, People, and NowMSN.


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May 192013

Superdatsun posted this video last week, and it quickly has gone viral over the weekend, amassing over two million views. Rev was raised listening to Adele, so whenever his human buddy cranks up the British Grammy winner, he gets all emotional and sings along. And the Internet loves Rev.


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May 142013

Just over the weekend, video of an adorable pug seemingly cheering at the end of Homeward Bound hit the viral scene. Viewers loved watching the pup emotionally react to the ending of the film.

Apparently, that pug isn’t the only dog who can follow a movie plot.

SMPULLEN‘s three year old dog, who is interestingly enough half pug, also seems to understand what’s on TV. During the famous sad scene in The Lion King when Mufasa dies with Simba at his side, the pup literally whines in sadness as Simba mourns his father.

The cute yet sad video is actually from February, but is trending again now.


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May 082013

Google loves to celebrate the holidays. So in honor of Mother’s Day, the world’s most famous search engine put together this compilation of viral mom-themed videos with Tim Myers’ I Just Want to Thank You playing in the background.

Already, the two day tribute, Here’s To The Moms, has collected over 600,000 views, and has been covered on HuffPost, LaughingSquid, HyperVocal, and Babble


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May 082013

Dodgers player Matt Kemp has gone viral, and it’s all because an unplanned act of kindness was caught on camera.

Joshua Jones is sick with cancer was at the last Dodgers-Giants game with his dad last Sunday. His dad started talking to third base coach Tim Wallach, telling him about his son who is sick but loves the Dodgers and Matt Kemp. 

That was all Tim and Matt needed to hear. At the end of the game, Tim gave Josh a ball, and Matt gave him his cap, jersey, and even his sneakers!

Now, video of the scene taken by Josh’s good friend Tommy Schultz has gone viral, amassing over half a million views in just two days. 

“He’s fighting a tough battle and this was such a great gift by Matt Kemp! I’ll never forget this,” says Tommy. 

The story is further featured on LATimes, YahooSports, and DeadSpin


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