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All Your Makeup, All At Once


What might happen if you applied all the makeup you wore in one year to your face in one day? Dutch artists Lernert and Sander made a cool time lapse video of what a year’s worth of makeup looks like when applied to a model’s face all at once — and it is not pretty. Watch model Hannelore Knuts go from sexy to swamp thing in a matter of minutes. [Nowness] Keep reading »

Sneezing Baby Panda: The Movie?


At this point in life, we are all as similar with this awesome YouTube clip of a baby panda sneezing as we are with our own reflections in the mirror. But apparently, we are about to see the Sneeze Heard Around The World in a totally new light—on the big screen. Lesley Hammond and Jenny Walsh, the documentarians who captured the moment in the first place, are hard at work on a mockumentary called “The Life and Times of Sneezing Baby Panda.” The flick will follow a faux Australian zoologist as she heads to China to try to save the adorable baby panda in the video. While they’ve yet to cast the zoologist, they are scheduled to begin shooting in October. What do you think? Would you spend $12 to go see this in theaters? Or would you rather watch the 16-second viral video clip on repeat for an hour and a half? [NY Daily News] Keep reading »

Movie Trailer Mash-Up: “Friends With No Strings Attached Benefits”


For months and months now, various blogs, including The Frisky, have pointed out the incredible similarities between the movies “No Strings Attached” (currently out on DVD) and “Friends With Benefits” (coming out July 11). Two attractive, urban twentysomething friends start having casual sex and deal with the hilarious consequences. These two films even fought over the title “Friends with Benefits,” with the Justin Timberlake/Mila Kunis vehicle winning out over Natalie Portman and Ashton Kutcher‘s. Well, The Blind Film Critic has proved just how much these two films have in common with this mash-up trailer. I’m a sucker for a cheesy rom-com — especially if it’s based on a classic book I am too brain-dead to read (jusssssst kiddddding!) — so even though I saw “No Strings Attached,” I’ll see “Friends With Benefits,” too, especially since Justin and Mila seem to have better chemistry. [Huffington Post] Keep reading »

I Know Why The Caged Poetry Bomber Sings

 

I was wondering why “I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings” was sewn into the crotch of my bikini bottoms. I must have been poetry bombed by one of Augstina Woodgate’s people. Poetry bombers visit thrift stores and sew lines of poetry into random pieces of clothing to bring poetry to the people. How very twee. [Jezebel] Keep reading »

This Short Film Was Made On A Cell Phone

 

“Split Screen: A Love Story” is what can be done with a little bit of inspiration and a Nokia N8 mobile phone. Consider me impressed (and craving a vacation). [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »

All The Hags Are Planning Gay Weddings Now

 

The Frisky is kind of in love with the Disappointing Gay Best Friend web series. Mikala Bierma and Tyler Coates have the current mood of us straight girls covered down to a T after New York state legalized gay marriage last weekend: we have weddings to plan now! Exclamation point, exclamation point, exclamation point. [YouTube via The Awl] Keep reading »

Paralyzed Cat Takes To Water To Learn To Walk


You know, you can’t learn to run without learning to walk first. And if you’re British cat Mog, you can’t learn to walk again until you learn how to swim. Mog was paralyzed after being hit by a car, but his dedicated owner wouldn’t give up on him. She took him for swimming therapy and Mog is slowly regaining the use of his front paws! Let’s hear it for science (and super devoted pet owners)! [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »

New Thing To Be Terrified Of: Snails!


I always thought snails were harmless slugs with a shell. Clearly I was wrong. Snails can be stealth predators who attack without warning, opening their giant mucousy mouths to envelop their unsuspecting prey. Gah! This video of a snail native to New Zealand eating a worm is enough to make me run screaming in terror the next time I see one. You best believe I’m going to start carrying salt with me wherever I go. [Boing Boing] Keep reading »

Woman Finds God In Her Leg

 

Kansas woman Audreanna Phelps was at the mall one day when she noticed the word “God” on her leg, spelled out by a vein. Her first thought? God was telling her that her prayers have been heard and everything was going to be okay. My first thought would be, I’m too young for varicose veins! And that’s why some of us are religious and some of us are not. Final question: if there really is a God, why would he/she choose to make contact with humankind while shopping at the mall, the world’s least spiritual place? I guess God works in mysterious ways. [FOX] Keep reading »

Watch 9-Year-Old Boy “Vogue” His Heart Out In 1991


Only in my wildest dreams would I unearth an old VHS tape from my mom’s storage unit and find evidence of my youthful spunk that is this fantastic. Above, 9-year-old Robert Jeffrey, performing Madonna’s “Vogue” in 1991. Adult Robert Jeffrey explains: “My parents took me to Hampton Beach Casino in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. A business in the casino at the time gave tourists the chance to lip-synch to their favorite pop songs in front of a blue screen background, and I was lucky enough to partake that summer.” And now, thanks to the internet and Robert’s generosity, so are we. TGIF! [Popdust] Keep reading »

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