If a video (not cat related) existed with the power to actually be too cute for the internet, it would look like this.Continue »
(CBS) - Haha, Charlie Sheen. Remember that guy? What a loon. What a coconut. Sure, we had some good times listening to his rants about tiger blood and winning and whatnot. But it's nice not having to see his face on the - Oh God, what is that?Continue »
(CBS) - The popular meme "Best Cry Ever" went viral in its original form and was redone and remixed over and over (and over) again about a little over a year ago. And just when you thought it was over, suddenly a new remix like this surfaces that begs to be posted. Check it out.
(CBS) - Yes, this pooch is adorable. Yes, ticklish pets are one of the cutest things on Earth. And yes, he makes the same sound as my grandpa whenever I tickle him.Continue »
Okay, so we have all wanted to fly or own a jet pack at one point or another. And I am sure many of us (myself included) have at some moment in our lives looked curiously upon a fire extinguisher. Combine those two items and you get this insane video.Continue »
(CBS) - If you drive a car and live in a major metropolitan city, you've no doubt had to deal with rush hour traffic. Sometimes infuriating, often stressful, but what is rush hour like in other countries?
This video gives you a glimpse of what rush hour is like in the Netherlands and will probably blow you away.Continue »
(CBS) - People of the First World, listen up! Life on the suburban streets is no joke. Loud cleaning ladies, too-soft pillows, and (ugh) organic milk. It's like a jungle. Sometimes it's just too much to take!
MC Funnyz knows how it goes, which is why he wrote this hilarious song, "The First World Problems Rap."Continue »
(CBS) - And now for some news you can use. Ever find yourself stalled on train tracks right as a freight train comes barreling down the rails? Then this video is for you.Continue »
(CBS) - Some videos are so short that to say almost anything is to ruin the surprise. This is one of those videos. Watch the 15-second clip first and then continue reading afterwards.