“Seinfeld” is often described as “a show about nothing,” although in his fascinating Reddit AMA a couple months ago, Jerry Seinfeld disputed that, saying that was never the intention of the show, and never really captured what the show was actually about: social faux pas, and the strange ways comedians get their material. But anywaaaaay, a… READ MORE »
That very moving video of 20 strangers kissing for the first time turned out to be a clothing ad, and the kissers turned out to actors and models. I can absolutely guarantee that this parody video made by the website Mother London contains no ulterior motives or hidden agendas. “First Sniff” is just 20 dogs,… READ MORE »
If your life involves kids in any way, then you’ve probably had the “Frozen” soundtrack on constant repeat in the car, at home, on the computer, and even in your head. (Is “Let It Go” actually playing out loud right now, or does it just exist on permanent loop in your brain? You may never… READ MORE »
I think we can all agree that this future lawyer deserves a cupcake for his debate efforts, not a “pow pow” in his butt. Seriously, I would hire him. He had me at “OK, Linda, honey, look at this.” How could you say no to that? [Daily Picks & Flicks] … READ MORE »
I’m obsessed with the habits and routines of different cultures, the things people take for granted as “normal” that might seem completely alien to someone across the border, the continent, or even across town. And hey, what’s more of a basic routine than breakfast? This fun video takes you on a visual tour of the… READ MORE »
We’ve all had those awful first kisses that make us want to sterilize our mouths and swear off human intimacy for a long while. But, for the most part, kissing is one of those activities that is beautiful and intimate by nature, even if you barely know the person you’re snogging. In “First Kiss” a… READ MORE »
Tummy time: an important part of your baby’s development and, as new dad (and health coach) Michael Stansbury demonstrates, the next best thing to a personal training session for busy parents. Watch Michael follow his baby daughter Lilly Ann’s patented core-strengthening moves, including the “Superman,” the “head on the ground,” and the “lay down.” My abs… READ MORE »
I really don’t know whether to laugh or cry after watching a singing uterus school me about my reproductive future. Women’s menopause health and wellness awareness advocate, Ellen Dolgen, joined forces with comedian Rachel Bloom (who stars as the uterus) and songwriter Jack Dolgen to
send women in their 30’s into an anxiety spiral bring a… READ MORE »
In February 2013, when his wife bought a white board, one loving husband committed to christening it daily with drawings of penises. Faithfully, YouTube user 365DaysOfPenises kept his word and shared his artistic vision with the world in the form of a video. He even left a note to his wife: “The real challenge would… READ MORE »
Vocal chameleon Christina Bianco, who sang “Total Eclipse Of The Heart” in 19 different voices, is back with an encore performance of “Let It Go.” This time she sings in the style of Idina Menzel, Demi Lovato, Britney Spears, Alanis Morissette, Celine Dion, Kristin Chenoweth, Adele, Julie Andrews, Barbara Streisand, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson, THE… READ MORE »
It’s hard to boycott the Olympics when the flatulence coverage is so riveting. Figure skater Jason Brown helped the United States win a bronze medal in Sochi, so you know what amazing feats he can accomplish with his body. But you might not have known what he can do with his butt. The geniuses over… READ MORE »
I would have enjoyed this video if it were just a poodle and the baby. That’s enough squeeness for me. But add a blow dryer to the mix and you’ve got all sorts of excitement, like fluff blowing in the wind and a poodle’s protective instincts kicking in. [Daily Picks & Flicks] … READ MORE »
In his titular role on BBC’s “Sherlock,” Benedict Cumberbatch has solved gruesome murders and thwarted terrorist attacks, but in an appearance on “Sesame Street,” he was faced with his … fruitiest mystery ever. Can Benedict Counterbatch determine how many apples and oranges are on the table? You’ll have to push play to find out. Also,… READ MORE »
Four-year-old Jackson is a sensitive guy in the making. Just watch as he has a moment with A Great Big World song “Say Something” featuring Christina Aguilera. It’s so moving that he just can’t stop himself from weeping in his car seat. We’ve all been there.
But what’s so precious about this little… READ MORE »
Anybody who’s ever been on a conference call knows that a few things are always to be expected:
Awkward conversation between the first two participants until others join.
Two people starting to speak at once, both insisting the other continue.
One person who keeps getting disconnected, and *beep* “It’s me again,… READ MORE »
It’s like something straight out of a David Lynch movie. Last week, during a four-hour flight delay at JFK airport, Laughter Yoga “Stylist and Coach” Francine Shore led the group of stressed passengers through a 20-minute “laughter meditation” session. No word on whether it helped soothe the dejected travelers. But an innocent bystander took some video… READ MORE »
Apparently, the answer is YES — a very loud one. If a deer farts forest, 590,704 people hear it on YouTube. Excellent use of sound effects. [Daily Picks And Flicks] … READ MORE »
Here’s a hilarious video of NFL players, coaches, and referees overdubbed with nonsensical words and phrases. In other words: an accurate representation of what football always sounds like to people who don’t understand football. [YouTube] … READ MORE »