Dec 032013
What Does The Fox Say On GLEE

When you have a professional television show, you’re bound to be a little late with the Internet parodies.

Web culture moves so fast that by the time the episode has been recorded, edited, and is finally ready for launch, the topic is already old.

So you can hardly blame GLEE for only now posting this cover of the Ylvis sensation What The Fox Say. At least they do a great job. 


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Nov 252013
Kids React To BatDad

BatDad, the hilarious Vine account run by Blake Wilson, the father with a nerdy superhero sense of humor, took Twitter and YouTube by storm. 

So naturally, The Fine Brothers had to feature the short clips on their adorable Kids React Show


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Nov 222013
Fangirls’ YouTube Comment War Dramatically Reenactment By Two Older Gentlemen

NSFW Warning Language 

The comment section on YouTube is nearly all drivel and insanity.

But when a fangirl comment war concerning the sexuality of a One Direction singer is reenacted by two older gentlemen with powerful music in the background, the conversation suddenly seems quite serious and important. 

Dead Parrot produced such a video which has instantly gone viral. 


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Nov 222013
Celebrities Read Mean Tweets Part 5

Jimmy Kimmel Live has once again invited famous celebrities to read mean tweets about themselves that are posted by their ‘fans’ on Twitter. 

This is the fifth episode of the mean tweets series, and the Internet is still gobbling it up.

Celebrities are people too.  


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Nov 202013
Real Life Facebook Prank

It’s OK to admit it. We all have ‘friends’ on Facebook who we really aren’t friends with in real life. Many of us are ‘friends’ with people we’ve never even met!

To highlight how ridiculous Facebook ‘friends’ have become, Greg Benson of Mediocre Films picked out a slew of his online ‘friends’ that he didn’t even know, and visited them in real life using the personal contact info they offered on their pages. 

This is the Real Life Facebook Prank.


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