Jan 242012
 

Most adults remember reading the classic children’s book Where The Wild Things Are, but it’s an entirely new experience when celebrity actor Christopher Walken reads and interprets it. Sadly, it is reported this is only an impersonator, but the character of Walken is definitely there. The video is from last April, but went on with almost no views until suddenly going viral now, and is shared by DogAndPonyShow, Devour, and TheAwesomer

 


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Jan 242012
 

Remember the woman who went viral last summer for falling into a mall fountain because she was texting and walking? In that case, she only hurt herself (mostly her pride), but in large, congested cities, texting and walking can be a real pain–for the texter, as well as other pedestrians. 

Casey Neistat created this short video for a New York Times opinion piece, as New Yorkers just can’t stand texting and walking. The video is also shared on LaughingSquid

 


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Jan 242012
 

Nerd favorite YouTuber  is back again, this time debunking famous misconceptions and common old wives tales that never seem to die. Most of these are so common, you’ll be shocked to learn you’ve been wrong your whole life. The video has already exploded all over the Internet, being shared on KnowYourMeme, Digg, and TheAwesomer

 


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Jan 242012
 

When your partner is about to give birth to your baby, it’s sometimes hard to hold in all the excitement.  and his girl were in the delivery room at the US airbase in Aviano, Italy in labor when he got the rap bug. After getting in sync with the heart monitor beat, he couldn’t contain himself any longer, and started free-styling.  

 


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Jan 242012
 

AT&T just released this very odd short film from their archives. Simply called “Robot,” the short was made Jim Henson–most famous for his creation of The Muppets–for an elite seminar given for business owners covering Data Communications, a very new and mysterious concept back in the 60′s. The robot talks, farts steam, and has all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a robot thought up in the early 60′s. The video is featured on HaveYouSeenThis and Devour

 


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