Internet superstar Ze Frank has made a video documenting the diary entries of sad cats. If cats could write a diary, and their brains followed the same brand of logic that human brains do, we imagine this is exactly what a sad cat's diary would be like.
Forget (if you haven't already) milking, planking, hadokening, any of those-ings that were internet fads for a hot minute. They've been replaced. They're done. Koalaing -- that's the trick o' the day. It involved clinging as tightly to a pole or tree as possible like a koala. It's pretty adorable. Check it out.
A group of teens had a legendary prom night, for a rather unusual reason. They didn't set a new high school keg stand record -- they stopped on the way to the dance to rescue some people who were in a car accident.
In all the years he's been doing 'Kitchen Nightmares' (in the US at least), Gordon Ramsey never quit on a client. Until he went to Amy's Baking Company in Arizona. Those people were horrible. Taking waitstaff tips, screaming, firing people -- they genuinely are the worst. Unfortunately, they didn't take learning that fact very well.
NBC should just save themselves the trouble and go ahead and make all of the different She-Ra TV shows Funny or Die came up with for this video next season. It's not like the could do much worse than they already are
ANAR, a Spanish organization that helps at-risk children, found an interesting way to target only the people who needed their services, without their parents finding out they wanted to get help -- a lenticular photo.
A few months ago, YouTube comedy channel Whatever 2ND struck gold when they filmed a homeless man do a pretty ridiculous trick with his mustache. The video went viral, and today it has over 1.7 million views.
If you think you're saving the world by liking a page on Facebook, UNICEF Sweden has got some news for you -- you're not. Liking a page is a great way to keep informed about a charity or cause, but unless it's part of a specific campaign, it doesn't actually do much good
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