A flock of gentoo penguins does their best to make the vertical leap from the water onto the tricky surface of a huge iceberg in Antarctica – we had no idea they could spring out of the water like that.
Two men provide an irresistible musical sales pitch to the ladies to encourage them to purchase some fish from their stand at London’s Queen’s Market. We’re going to be singing this tune for hours.
A UC Berkeley student created B.R.A.D – the Berkeley Ridiculously Automated Dorm with automated curtains, mood lighting and a disco, all with voice, motion and mobile device control.
(Sounds NSFW) Eclectic Method’s latest dubstep mashup is created from clips of famous orgasm scenes from the movies ranging from Sleeper to Barbarella to When Harry Met Sally.
We heart Muppets as much as anyone, but Elmo’s cloying voice and sappy demeanor has gotten on our nerves for years. Lets take out our frustrations on Elmo in the only way we thought appropriate.
This well-behaved golden retriever faithfully keeps watch over his owner’s bicycle when he steps away from it. Maybe it’s because he likes to ride just as much as his master.
A couple of bake sale participants proudly show off their signature creations, but they’re not the only ones who brought their A-game. A simple but funny short from Awkward Spaceship.
A bicyclist chooses one of the more dangerous methods to gain speed on the highway, as he drafts just inches behind an 18-wheeler. Let’s hope the truck doesn’t stop short.
Fans of Jimmy Fallon will enjoy this early clip of the comedian demonstrating a mix of spot-on (and sometimes not so spot-on) impressions for a role on SNL. A true diamond in the rough.
A Land Rover drives down the street over a manhole cover when explosive gasses below cause not only the cover to fly into the air, but the entire vehicle. Looks like a movie stunt, but it’s real life.
YouTuber v8studio1838’s 24-day old Husky puppy Oprah plays with her mom. Naturally for dogs “playing” means getting clawed in the face and bitten in the neck. All lovingly of course.
Rasta the Vizsla spots a wolf on the golf course, and proceeds to slooooooowly and cautiously approach the “wild” dog. Accentuated perfectly by John Williams “The Shark Approaches” from Jaws.
Four men use humor and their infectious positivity to take on Hollywood’s stereotypes which portray African men as heartless, machine gun and rocket-launcher wielding evildoers.