(CBS) - When that time finally comes in a relationship where wedding bells are on the horizon, just about every guy tries to think of some creative and endearing way to propose. The following clip of a proposal with a graffiti mural and time-lapse video definitely ranks pretty high on that list. Check it out!
(CBS) - The internet can be a strange place. Every once and a while you find yourself going down a chain of links and end up seeing something truly bizarre. Hopefully it's funny as well. "Nyan Cat" is the perfect example of just such a so-strange-it's-funny meme. But what do the kids think about all this? Let's find out.Continue »
(CBS) - Ah, summertime. Hope everyone had an enjoyable Memorial Day weekend. Did you do anything fun? Go to the beach, maybe? Swim in a lake? Whatever you did, hopefully it was as epic as what this guy pulls off. From wakeboarding to naptime, with zero time in between.Continue »
(CBS) - There are two ways to enter any car: through the door or like a boss. This gentleman chooses the second option.Continue »
(CBS) - It is our ongoing mission here at The Feed to highlight all the wonderful ways that cats can amuse and surprise us. Feel free to read that last sentence as "We love cute cat videos." This particular video is indeed cute, but also enlightening. If you've ever wondered how a cat might do at a game of Three Card Monty, now you know: pretty well!Continue »
(CBS) - It's Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of summer! Before we break out the barbecues and beach balls, let's take a moment to reminisce on the winter that was. And let's start with Andri Ragettli. Andri is a freeskier from Switzerland. He is also 12 years old. He will blow your mind.Continue »
(CBS) If you ever wondered what it was like to drift to Earth from space, NASA has some video for you.
Mesmerizing video taken by cameras mounted to Endeavour's solid rocket boosters captured liftoff of the space shuttle on its final mission, the separation of the rocket boosters from the orbiter, and their fall to Earth.
An edited version of the NASA video can be watched by clicking on the player above.
Six cameras recorded the entire journey, which was surprisingly brief. About two and a half minutes after liftoff from the Kennedy Space Center on May 16, the booster rockets separated.
It took about four and a half minutes from them to tumble and fall from the edge of space into the Atlantic Ocean.
(CBS) - Behold the power of dubstep. It's the Friday before a holiday weekend, and most folks are preparing to have a good time. Here at The Feed, we're going to get the party started with this video that shows all you need for a dance party are some magical headphones and bass-pounding music.
WARNING: This video contains body-moving, party-grooving electro music. Do not adjust your volume.Continue »