Oh. Em. Gee. Just when I started to forget about that time period where Rebecca Black and several other girls that came after her became viral video hits for their cheesy music videos, a new one comes out of nowhere. The song called “It’s Thanksgiving” was written and produced by Patrice Wilson, the man responsible for all of the other ones as well.
The singer is Nicole Westbrook and just like Rebecca Black reminded us about the days of the week, Westbrook reminds us about the major holidays throughout the year and that now, “It’s Thanksgiving“. My favorite part is when she raps at the dinner table: “Yo, it’s thanksgiving, giving and I’m trying to be forgivin’ / Nothin’ is forbidden, that you know we gotta have / I gotta give thanks to you and you and you / Can’t be hateful, gotta be grateful / Gotta be grateful, can’t be hateful / Mash potatoes on my, on my table.” LOL.
Watch the video below for a good laugh and/or to get you in the mood for Thanksgiving Dinner later this month. Oh, and one more thing: she sings into a turkey leg as a microphone.
PETA is always coming up with creative ways to get people’s attention whether it’s with print ads, videos, or other creative ideas. Today, in honour of World Vegan Day, they’ve released a video that might make vegetables turn you on. At the very least, the video will make you laugh.
PETA says, “Watch this spicy video, which gives a wink to the sexual benefits of going vegan by showcasing men enthusiastically and proudly showing off some healthy protrusions from their trousers.” With the men gyrating and the music playing in the background, you’d think this was some kind of vegetable porno.
Enjoy the video below. Anyone else hungry for nice big… fruit or vegetable?
Happy Halloween, everyone! Although all of you “grown-ups” likely celebrated Halloween over the weekend, today is actually Halloween when kids get dressed up and venture out to get as much candy as possible.
Over the last week or so, I’ve share a few noteworthy scary prank videos, with the most recent being the Zombie Drive-Thru prank. Today’s video is a compilation of several pranks where the pranksters got their victim really good…or vice versa. In some instances, the victims got so scared that they instantly went into defense mode and knocked out the faux monster.
There are some pretty good ones in this video and I love a good prank. That being said, you can’t help but feel bad for the terrorized kids in some of the pranks. I’d feel less guilty about scaring adults. Check out the video below and Happy Halloween!
As you may already know by now, I love a good prank. Halloween is obviously a great time for pranking given all the scary costumes that are available to us. One man has made a tradition of scaring people at a Halloween with a costume he made. This guy gets a treat out of tricking.
In order to transform into a bush, a guy bought a camo shirt from Dicks Sporting Goods for $15, camo pants from Wal Mart for $8, leaf vines from Michael’s Arts & Crafts for $40, a camo head veil from Wal Mart for $4 and he was ready to go. After fastening the vines to him with safety pins, he became a bush that was able to blend in with the background and hide from unsuspecting pedestrians.
This year, the “bush man” took his prank to Central Park in New York and jumped out at people or snuck up behind them and some of the reactions are hilarious. The best is when he shouts, “I’m a bush!”
Often times the lyrics to a love song paint the picture of a romantic chance encounter and love at first site. Does that happen in real life? One YouTube personality named Tommy Woolridge wants a girlfriend so he figured he’d try something different.
Wooldridge explains, “I want a girlfriend like Taylor Swift, so I decided to see if Taylor Swift’s lyrics could be used as pick up lines. Awkwardness ensues.” As you can expect, the reactions vary but they’re all quite humorous. Of course this isn’t the first time such awkward situations have been documented on YouTube. Another YouTube personality named Andrew Hales has made several videos where he does awkward things like hold hands with strangers, or stares at them in intimate settings, etc.
In the video you’re about to watch, Woolridge has even included some lyrics from Swift’s new Red album. Enjoy the video below!
The Simpsons is one of the most popular cartoon families ever, but have you ever wondered what they would look like if they were real life humans? Well, someone or some people decided to remake the intro to the hit television show and do the “real life” version.
The video shows everything that the cartoon version shows, from Homer at the factory, to Bart skateboarding, Lisa playing the saxophone, and Maggie getting scanned at the grocery store. With a mixture of real life and computer animation, it’s actually quite well done. The only thing that puzzled me was that Marge was driving on the opposite side of the car… is this Springfield, U.K.? Haha, no I’m picturing The Simpsons with British accents.
Check out the video below to see what your favorite Springfield family would look like if they were real.
October is anti-bullying month and this video is a great example of someone who is not allowing bullies to get the last word. CBS WKBT news anchor, Jennifer Livingston recently received a letter from someone who doesn’t normally watch her on TV, but happened to watch her for a short period of time one day. Essentially, he wrote that someone of her size shouldn’t be on television and her “physical condition” was a bad example for kids. “Obesity is one of the worst choices a person can make…,” he wrote.
Before Jennifer began her response, she mentions that being in the media, you get your healthy dose of critiques on an ongoing basis (so do we for that matter). That being said, sometimes it goes too far and it’s just plain hate and bullying. This viewer’s email was a good example of that.
“To the person who wrote me that letter — do you think I don’t know that? That your cruel words are pointing out something that I don’t see?” Livingston asked in response. “You don’t know me. You are not a friend of mine. You are not a part of my family. And you have admitted that you don’t watch this show. So you know nothing about me but what you see on the outside. And I am much more than a number on the scale.” Watch the inspiring video of what she said below.
Oh. Em. Gee. So today I came across this music video by an artist out of Ghana named Sister Deborah and I just had to share it with you. The song is called “Uncle Obama” (no relationship to the president) and it’s one big penis euphemism. As the video kicks off, Sister Deborah reveals that she loves foreign and local bananas…
In the chorus, Sister Deborah sings, “Uncle Obama, I like the size of your banana. Can I give it to my monkey? It will be so very happy!” In the video, she goes to the market with her friends to get some fruit to make juice, when she is introduced to a guy named Uncle Obama. Lucky for her, he had one banana left and she liked the size and shape of his banana so she took it for her monkey. Oh yes, she has a monkey by her side throughout the video as well.
The next day, she goes back for more of Uncle Obama’s monkey because she can’t get enough. It’s seriously so freaking hilarious and I can’t believe it’s a real video. I watched it all the way through and I now have the catchy lyrics in my head. If you’re looking for a laugh, check out the video below.