Aaron’s Animals gets all meta on itself, as the very talented Prince Michael the cat decides to make his own YouTube video, and proves along the way that you can’t force something to go viral. Case in point: this clip has less than 10,000 views so far.
Maple the golden retriever channels the potbellied Will Ferrell, apparently hearing the dog whistle of Christopher Walken off-stage, demanding the only prescription for his fever. Note: We’ve set the audio to autoplay for effect.
A cat somehow gets its head stuck in a plastic cup and can’t seem to extract itself. Thankfully, a big Newfoundland dog is on the case. Of course the guy with the camera could have stepped in, but then we’d have no stupid cat video to share.
Marutaro the hedgehog may not be able to spin-dash or collect gold rings, but he’s right up there with Dave Brubeck and Herbie Hancock when it comes to his mastery of jazz piano improv. Be sure to unmute the Vine clip.
We’ve always been taught to follow all the way through with your drive when teeing off, but this golfer likes to finish his swing with a little more style. In case you’re wondering, it resulted in a 300-yard fairway shot. Show off.
We have a renewed interest in live musical theatre now, thanks to the emotive puppetry and laugh-out-loud song lyrics here in Wolverine! The Musical. And it’s all dreamed up from Glove and Boots. (Thanks John!)
Are we the only ones who have ever been in this predicament? The Awkward Spaceship has captured the essence of asking your significant other “what do you want for dinner?” here, in a single minute. (Thanks Sam!)
Even though the folks on the show getting transported weren’t actually spinning, this low-budget recreation of the Star Trek transporter effect using Christmas lights looks pretty darn accurate.
(NSFW: Language) It’s always amusing to us when we see someone flub some line or do something they shouldn’t be doing on live television. This compilation of international live news fails does the trick. (Thanks Dylan!)
Who can blast out the more precise musical lip syncs from a variety of genres – Jimmy Fallon or John Krasinski from The Office? If you can take about 9 minutes out of your busy day, you can find out right now. (Thanks Phil!)
Mario and Fafa give us a multitude of reasons why time travel may not be such a good idea, but it looks like whether we’re coming or going, it’s pretty darn amusing. (Thanks John!)
Sheriff Rick and the gang sound pretty darn funny in this exceptional bad lip reading of the beloved television show The Walking Dead. And that’s how they do it on Broadway.
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