Meghan Trainor was kind of a champ for singing her song, All About That Bass, by promoting a healthier body image. And now NASA – yes, that NASA – has gone ahead and shown us just how fun working in aeronautics can be by making a parody video called All About That Space. And it’s kind of hilarious.
Someone sign this pretty lady up for Fast and Furious 8! In the video below, a driving school decided to prank their rookie instructors by making them unsuspectingly teach an undercover race car driver on their first day on the job.
This kid’s cymbal broke midway through the U.S. national anthem and his quick-thinking skills made him a star
You’ve been practicing those cymbals for weeks now. You’ve finally been able to crash them at just the right moment so when the other band members play to the tune of the Star-Spangled Banner, you’re in-sync and the whole song sounds like it was recorded by professionals.
Parents can be sooo embarrassing. Like when you’re making music videos in your front yard – complete with your mum’s floor fan – and she comes out in a huff wanting you to get out of the car so she can go buy cigarettes. Yeah, that’s embarrassing.
When you’ve got a fussy baby on your hands, you’ll never catch a break. You’ll feed the baby, burp the baby, hold the baby, sing to the baby, and finally, sleep next to the baby because you’re both exhausted and it’s 4am.
Don’t even question why there’s a full-grown capybara in a bath tub. Or why there are three adorable ducklings in the bath with him. Don’t question anything at all. Just simply click play and wait for this video to take you to happyland. By the way, we already know capybaras love a good bath, but who ever knew they liked to bathe with ducks?
He might have failed miserably at catching food, but he sure won our hearts. In the video below, Fritz the golden retriever attempts to do what every dog naturally does: catch food in mid-air. Problem is, Fritz is bad at being a dog, he can’t seem to catch anything!
And now onto one of the most heartwarming stories of the week. A mother dog has saved all nine of her puppies from burning alive after a forest fire broke out in Chile. She dug a hole, placed her week-old babies inside and not one of them was injured by the flames. After the fire, volunteers ventured into the forest and found the pups, lifted them out of the hole and then reunited them with their mama dog.
A few days ago, a creepy black-and-white photo of the Teletubbies went viral on Twitter. As if that wasn’t enough nightmare fuel, here’s another one: a colourless video of the four with matching haunting music.
UK healthcare company Benenden Health has come up with an amusing video that shows us the way women’s fitness trends have changed in the course of a hundred years. In the footage, a woman sweats her way through history, reliving the fitness fads from each era – from simple stretches in the 1920s, to the invention of the hula hoop in the 1950s, and finally to present time’s Zumba.
In countries like Sweden and the UK, farms have a cow-cleaning contraption called the ‘Happy Cow’. It’s a giant spinning brush that’s like a car wash and spa for cows. Developed by German farming equipment company ‘Kerbl’, the contraption begins to operate upon contact with the animal.
Bird’s eye view, literally. In the video below, an imperial eagle named Darshan shows us what it would be like to soar and glide around the world’s tallest skyscraper. Wearing a video camera on his back, Darshan took off from the top of the 2,717-foot-tall Burj Khalifa, giving us an unparalleled view of Dubai.
Proof that getting stoked can be felt by anyone regardless of skill level, sex, religion, or even age. In this GoPro footage, surfer Jorge Tirado takes his 9-month-old son to meet the waves for the first time. Riding tandem on a bodyboard, the two successfully ride through the barrel of wave, exposing his son to one of life’s simple pleasures. The baby’s expression as they come out of the wave proves it: a wide smile full of sheer bliss.
Your parents or grandparents probably warned you not to crack your knuckles, lest you want to suffer a lifetime of arthritis. But is this really true or just another old wives’ tale?