Weird Al takes on Lady Gaga in his latest parody video. Funny thing is, he doesn’t look any more outrageous than Gaga herself. We’re pretty sure that’s not Al’s body, but we could be wrong.
YouTube member benny2700 serves up an intro sequence of The Office coated with a thick layer of 1980s sitcom, complete with an extended opening skit, cheap laugh track and cheesy theme music.
Actually, we’re not sure what Latin dance that is, but El Willy the chihuahua doesn’t seem to know that he’s supposed to walk on all fours nor that Flamenco originated in Spain, not Mexico.
The difference between a cute video and a gruesome one? A thick sheet of glass. Angie the lionness’ repeated attempts to put little Trent’s head inside hers is fortunately foiled by the barrier.
On the Aussie game show Letters and Numbers, a random scramble of words is used to start each round. We think the randomizer was on the fritz one day and was replaced by a 10 year-old boy.
Employees at a progressive company teach us a few humorous lessons about gun safety in this public service announcement – with a little bit of help from Freddie Wong. (Thanks Kyle!)
At the beginning we thought this video that Debbie makes for her eHarmony profile was real; now that we’re at the end, we’re thinking less eHarmony and more eImprov instead. (Thanks Hannah!)
Tommy the Chihuahua doesn’t want to share his new bone with Lulu, the stuffed chihuahua here; this goes to our theory that the toys are the feistiest of all the dog groups. (Thanks Stephanie!)
Zeke the dog just had a bath. While you’d think his owner would be able to towel him off more, he’s got his own special way of drying off before he can get settled down for a post-bath rest.
We’re going to go out on a limb and say that death metal wasn’t the original soundtrack for these guys’ bitchin’ dance moves, but even if this isn’t what they were dancing to, somehow it still works.
In Barcelona, Spain, T-Mobile set up a life-size Angry Birds game, “controlled” by a smartphone, complete with live musical accompaniment and cheering audience when the piggies explode.