Awkward college Prankster at LAHWF have again created a viralviral masterpiece. In the prank video, simply titled, ‘Awkward Elevator,’ Andrew acts as weird, awkward, and creepy as possible while riding the elevator with his unsuspecting prank victims.
Now, the week old video has over 2.3 million views.
This three week old video featuring a lecture excerpt by the late and very great British professor Alan Watts has gone viralviral. Watts says he would often ask his students what would they do after school if money was no object.
He explains that living your life based solely on money is a horrible idea, as you will just work a job you’re not interested in to make money to keep living the life your unhappy with. It’s a sad and endless cycle nearly everyone is stuck in.
Alan tries to persuade his students to pursue their dreams without worrying if being a poet ‘makes any money.’
It seems the more the federal government tampers with schools, the more issues arise. For years, parents and teachers have been complaining about the abhorrent federal school lunch program. Meat served to America’s youth doesn’t even meet the standards of McDonald’s and Burger King, two restaurants not famous for their high quality.
Now, with Michelle Obama at the reins, the lunch program is attempting to reverse the years of fattening junk food served at America’s public schools.
But it seems they have gone too far, capping meals for ALL students at 850 calories. No matter if you are a 200 lb wrestler, you receive the same meal as the scrawny math nerds. As usual, the broad brush of generalizing fails again.
Some students have teamed up to protest the new program, and made this music video parody of fun’s hit single We Are Young. The kids sing ‘We Are Hungry‘ instead. Already, the ten day old video has over 430,000 hits, and has been showcased by TheBlaze, Inquisitir, and DailyMail.
At 9:40 in the morning, right when the test started, the famous beat to Gangster’s Paradise started to play on the PA system. Then one test taker jumped onto the table, and began to rap. Soon, four ‘students’ were rapping the hardships of an engineering degree.
Obviously, this is the professor’s way to ‘test’ his students, as he has done this before.
Now, the week old video has over half a million views.