YouTuber Blake Grisby certainly knows how to spread holiday cheer. With his clever mistletoe contraption strapped to his backpack, the greenery designed to receive a happy holiday kiss follows Blake overhead. In the middle of a Christmas market in Chicago, Blake walks around in hopes of landing some kisses and spreading some holiday cheer.
YouTube literally can’t count all the views Psy’s Gangnam Style has, it actually broke the Internet!
Since Psy’s Gangnam Style music video went viral in 2012, two years later it’s still going strong. It was the first video to pass 1 billion views, and in May it passed the 2 billion mark. However, now instead of breaking YouTube records, Psy just broke YouTube itself. YouTube wrote in a short post: ‘We never thought a video would be watched in numbers greater than a 32-bit integer (=2,147,483,647 views), but that was before we met Psy. Gangnam Style has been viewed so many times we have to upgrade!’
As everyone now knows, the YouTube comments section is evidence of humanity’s slow decay. Every single banal remark turns into a fierce war between the grammatically-incompetent, sharp-tongued trolls of the internet. So it is with great pleasure that two fine actors bring a spat over a boy band to the big screen. The result is […]
Watch as Morgan Freeman explores the deepest, darkest corners of science. In this series, Through the Wormhole, Freeman guides us through Astrophysics, Astrobiology, Quantum Mechanics, String Theory, and more. The show brings together the toughest questions, brightest minds, and most current answers. Watch some of the episodes on Youtube to get your science fix for the day.
The Pine-Sol Lady has teamed up with YouTube comedian and master prankster, Ed Bassmaster, to prank unsuspecting guys looking to test the cleaning power of Pine Sol. Ed Bassmaster loves to create awkward situations. Portraying a variety of outlandish characters, Bassmaster pushes the boundaries of discomfort into delightfully cringe-worthy territory. This Philadelphia native has two […]
Commenting on YouTube videos has a rep for being a somewhat cutthroat sport, with users competing to see who can come up with the most ridiculous comment that draws the most thumbs up. But then Canadian YouTuber Mark Slutsky came to the realisation that ‘among the usual hate speech and Obama conspiracy theories, you can find these amazing nuggets of humanity—heartbreaking moments from people’s lives recalled by an old favourite song, stories of love and loss, perfectly crystallized moments of nostalgia and saudade”. This is why he’s started this blog to collect these sad comments before they drown with the rest of the drivel. Some are touching, while some are, er, pretty touchy.
Check out the very first YouTube filmfest. You can watch all 50 shorts, and vote for your favourites, which will of course be mine, Bat Eyes and Boot. Vote often enough (hit it once per film every 24 hours) and you’ll send me, along with nine other finalists, to the Venice Film Festival. There, a Michael Fassbender-helmed jury will choose the winner, who lands a $500,000 production grant from Ridley Scott. Yes please!
Next Time on Lonny is a reality web series, a collection of epically brilliant episodes starring who else but Lonny. From being a schizophrenic homicidal maniac, to an alien invasion leading to Lonny being enslaved by aliens, follow Lonny through each adventure. Apparently there will be more episodes coming soon as it has been picked up by Ben Stiller’s production company.
Every week on Max Little TV, I will be posting videos on everything from celebrity interviews, to street reports, to my own take on other peoples’ videos. Tune in, switch off, then tune in some more.
Hahaha, what a ridiculous YouTube choose-your-own-adventure. This took me way too long to figure out, but it was amusing.
If you haven’t heard of fainting goats then where have you been? Well two guys called Steve have made a game out of the YouTube sensation called, you guessed it, Fainting Goats. The idea of the game is to run around and shout at goats, making them faint. If you can get them all to […]
Bannertube is a collaborative application that tries to expand the significance of global protests through their images, a collection of banners that works as a Twitter and YouTube mashup. How does it work? Write the banner’s slogan, add #btube, attach a picture of the banner. It will be automatically added to the Bannertube’s images map. A special toy for revolutionary people.
This Japanese guy has a seemingly infinite amount of videos that are all dedicated to displaying Japanese desserts and snack foods up close. It’s simple, straightforward, and all you ever see are his hands dissecting these deliciously sexy food items.
Everynone’s latest video, Laughs, is fantastic. Once again they’ve produced a gem. It is simpler than Words, but is still such a creative and uplifting video. You can’t help but grin watching it.
This is awesome. YouTube user OHADI22 has spent a good portion of time splicing together 36 of the many cover versions of Radiohead’s acoustic epic Paranoid Android to create the ultimate YouTube cover version. We salute.