In every infomercial, they show someone struggling to do something simple...like use plastic wrap or crack an egg without getting pieces of shell in the food. And the actors always make it look IMPOSSIBLE. So someone took a bunch of those clips, and posted a four-and-a-half minute montage online.
Here's a trick to play on your kids. They have to be young enough to not understand how a remote works though. Someone uploaded a video of their toddler pausing and un-pausing the TV with a toy magic wand.
If you haven't seen it, check out the video of a drunk Russian guy trying to get past a fence. First, he tries to squeeze through the bars, but doesn't fit. Then he tries to scale it, but he's too hammered.
There's a video making the rounds of an old woman riding her first roller coaster. And she can't stop laughing because she LOVES it so much. It's part of a marketing campaign called "Firsts" for the British cell phone carrier, Vodafone.
A Fox News anchor named Heather Childers was talking about the NCAA championship yesterday morning. And accidentally said "N-Double-A-C-P" instead...which is the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Which is AMAZING. Because "Saturday Night Live" did the SAME thing in a Fox News parody this weekend.
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