Jan 072014
P&G Thank You, Mom 2014 Olympic Winter Games Commercial

Behind every great athlete is a mom hiding by the sidelines smiling and cheering.

She was the one to make them hot soup after practice. She was the one to mend their wounds after they fell. She was the one who inspired them to keep pushing. 

In honor of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia, Procter & Gamble made this tribute commercial to say thank you to all the moms out there.

Naturally, the Internet is touched by the new ad which has already amassed over 1.1 million views!

“For teaching us that falling only makes us stronger. Thank you, Mom.”


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Jan 062014
Man Shocks Family After Losing 130 Pounds

Over the past year, Bob Jones has been working hard to lose the weight he had piled up over the years. 

After 12 months of serious dedication, he melted from a hefty 300 pounds to a healthy 170. 

In this new trending video, he surprises his family members who haven’t seen him in months. They were pleasantly surprised to say the least. 

The brand new viral story is already featured on YahooGawker, and EliteDaily


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Jan 062014
How To Open Canned Food With Just Your Bare Hands

This video by Russian outdoors-man and survivalist Grigoryi1 has gone viral.

Having canned food while lost in the woods is a great form of sustenance. But how helpful is the food if your missing a can opener, and can’t open the can?

Thankfully, Grigoryi1 explains how to open a tall tin can with nothing more than a pair of hands. 

Though his entire narration is in Russian, his demonstration is explanation enough for most viewers. 


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Jan 032014
Couple Explains How They Build Backpack Care Packages For The Homeless

Tacoma, Washington YouTubers Ynotjf discuss how they help the homeless in their town in this video that has just gone viral now. 

Instead of just giving needy people on the streets cash or fast food, they realized they could give much more help for their buck if they bought used backpacks and filled them with essential supplies, such as toothbrushes, blankets, and peanut butter. 

They build their care packages for only $20 a bag, and always have a few on hand when driving on the road to help any needy person. 

It seems the Web is loving the idea, as the video from October has amassed over 300,000 new views in just one day!


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Jan 032014
Should We Eat Bugs

Bugs and creepy crawlers ‘ick’ out most Westerners, but for many people around the world, bugs are a regular item on the menu. 

For centuries, we humans have been eating bugs of all sorts for their nutrition and protein. 

So, should we start eating bugs again now as the world struggles with food productivity? TED-Ed discusses the topic in this trending animation.


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