The Rotating Snake Illusion is an art piece that so many recognize, but few know the title. YouTuber Rasmusab thought it would make for an interesting experiment to show his cat the illusion, and record the results.
Did your cat react to the visuals?
You know when you are thinking of something, but you just can’t put a word on it? Well, perhaps this interesting and obscure video by BuzzFeed Video will help.
In Everyday Things You Never Knew Had Names, the authors show a slew of rare and obscure words for common objects, things, and body parts.
There’s even “a word for the feeling that you haven’t taken a complete poop.” Yep. Rectal tenesmus.
Last week, Oreo successfully went viralviral after launching their new Oreo Separator series. The debut episode–featuring an engineer’s Oreo creme separator machine–has already been seen over 3.5 million times.
Now, the second episode is going viral in its own right. The two quirky and creative scientists from Minnesota in the episode are a perfect team, as one loves the cookie, and the other loves the creme.
Corporate world. Now this is how you properly launch a viral video ad campaign.
This video was actually posted online in 2011, but it has only gone viral recently, accumulating over 600,000 hits over the past week.
Speaking of ‘hits,’ the video by Zach Curd is actually focused on precisely that. Slaps in the face. He asked his wife to wake him with a slap across the face for two weeks and record the results.