Jul 062012

 are famous for their Kids React series, where they interview kids after showing them a piece of current pop culture. They now have a new spin-off series, Elders React, where they often get even better responses quizzing seniors on the current trends. 

Their newest video Elders React To Dubstep has been an instant hit, and is featured on BlameItOnTheVoices, Examiner, and HuffingtonPost

Naturally, after the listening segment, the elders react as any good senior citizen would, using words like “Electronic nonsense”, “dark”,  and “unidentifiable” to describe the phenomenon that is Dubstep.


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Jul 052012

Canadian indy folk band  originally made a name for themselves with their ultra-viral 5 people 1 guitar cover of Somebody That I Used To Know.

The group returns to the web with their latest song just in time for walks on the beach and Piña coladas by the pool, Summer Vibe, that is featured on YouTubeTrends and CBSNews.


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Jul 052012

The band  was on the streets of downtown Los Angeles working on a music video when they met an old man on a park bench. His name was Daryl, and he was quite taken by Gaby, the singer, because he supposedly proposed on the spot. 

The group liked him so much, they decided to play an acoustic cover of Whitney’s Dance With Somebody right there on the streets of LA as a gift and to soften the blow of marriage rejection. 

Daryl was so touched by their performance, he could barely hold back his tears. 


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Jul 052012

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In honor of the Fourth of July, the Internet’s favorite metal adaptation artist  made a special heavy metal themed Independence Day rock medley.

It starts with the National Anthem and somehow finishes with Team America: World Police‘s ridiculously awesome, and now patriotic America, F*** Ya


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Jul 052012

By now, every Internet users has had their ears force fed Carly Rae Jespen’s Call Me Maybe for a good while. So Rob from the dating  thought, ‘why not,’ and made an entire episode of asking girls for their digits with a simple line based on the chorus from Call Me Maybe. 

“Hey, I just met you. And this is crazy. But can I get your number, and call you maybe?”

It works surprisingly well. Even the girls who immediately recognized the song thought it was cute. Who knew being confident, up front, and honest with women actually works? Of course, being good looking helps. 


Thanks Brian!

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