This impressive remote-controlled scale Peterbilt truck is apparently powerful enough to pull an actual truck – plus the weight of the guy operating the controls as he rides it like a skateboard.
Renault takes us on a record-smashing 8:07.79 ride around NÃ¼rburgring in the MÃ©gane RS Trophy, making it the fastest-ever lap around the track in a production FWD car. Impressive for a 265hp car.
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.
Hmmm… Cocoa Puffs or Cocoa Krispies? Freddie Wong can’t decide. But his indecisiveness doesn’t stop him from taking on a grocery store full of baddies in his latest mayhem-filled clip.
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!)
What do you do when a lioness decides to use you as a cushion and catch a cat-nap on top of you? Guess you just let her do as she wants – assuming you want to live. Can we get an “awwwwww…..”?
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!)
Lucy the dog just got back from having surgery, and has to wear that stupid cone around her neck. But that won’t stop her from getting up the stairs to be with her master. Final score :Lucy 10, Stairs 0.
Our brains started to hurt about 4 seconds into this 2:30+ clip of Japanese performer Ouka as he contact juggles using just a simple set of rings, and a whole bunch of talent and coordination.
Look Ma, no wire fu: we must admit we’re a tad mesmerized by the swirling, balletic choreography that these four skydivers do in the Skydive Arena wind tunnel in Prague, Czech Republic.