googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTBT_ATF’); }); With all of the rising hatred around the world right now, it feels impossible to relate to other people. If the comments sections on social media posts are any indication of how people really feel about each other, then it seems like we are doomed to experience fewer and fewer meaningful human connections until we separate ourselves completely. But as the people of Choir! Choir! Choir! demonstrate, sometimes the only thing you need to connect with other people is a common interest, like singing your heart out in unison. In 2011, Daveed Goldman and Nobu Adilman [More]
Technology is getting crazy these days. We’ve had so many technological advances in our lifetimes that it is almost hard to comprehend. I remember a time before the Internet, my parents remember a time before color television, and heck, my grandmother remembers a time before television was even invented! Now imagine what would happen if you gave your grandma a virtual-reality headset! Actually, don’t imagine that. Check out a real-life example in the hilarious video below. I need to get one of those headsets and record my grandmother using it. I bet it would be just as funny as this. [More]
googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTAT_ATF’); }); The connection between twins is remarkable, if not a bit strange. Stories of twin telepathy have circulated the internet for years, from sharing pain to sensing each other from hundreds of miles away. Some of them even go as far as to consider themselves to be one person rather than two, like 42-year-old identical twins Paula and Bridgette Powers. The Australian women have been living together all of their lives, sharing a room, dressing alike, and creepily enough, speaking in unison. They say that it just comes naturally to them, but is it bizarre twin telepathy [More]
Making friends can be one of life’s most difficult challenges. Even when you think you’ve found the perfect bestie, they might need a little more time to feel the same…which is something this hilarious husky is learning the hard way. He wants to play with his new cat friend so, so bad, but the feline is not convinced. Of course, that doesn’t stop the persistent pup from trying his darnedest. “See? We have so much in common!” YouTube / Flappy “Pleeeease, be my friend!!” YouTube / Flappy Watch the whole adorable encounter here: Source: Husky Encourages Uninterested Cat to Play [More]
Simba better look out, because there’s a new king in town. While trying to shoo off some pesky bugs, this adorable baby gorilla learned a valuable lesson about pounding his chest. While it might seem like this sort of thing comes naturally to his species, the following footage proves that there’s a slight learning curve. The practice rounds yield less than stellar results. If this doesn’t make you laugh, you’re probably dead inside. It’s nice to know there are animals out there that are less graceful than I am! Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/baby-gorilla-cuteness/
If you’ve ever had a car-hating dog, you’ll identify with this video on a spiritual level. Harvey’s a great guy, but being in the car just isn’t his jam. When his humans try to lure him in, he does what any sensible dog would do and goes totally limp. The resulting footage is as hilarious as it is endearing, and if there’s anything that you just loathe doing, you’ll understand Harvey’s struggle. “Come on, Dad!” He’s just not having it, and that’s totally fine, because his protest is absolutely adorable. Let’s just hope that a few pleasant rides will help [More]
While I can’t remember what it felt like when I’d finally learned the entire alphabet, I imagine inside I was doing a little dance. But Violet Ogea apparently doesn’t really like to keep any of her joy or pride bottled up. The two-year-old is from Louisiana and loves to sing more than anything else. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DCBP_ATF’); }); When you watch how passionately she belts out her ABCs, you’ll understand just how true that statement really is. Bravo, bravo! Transcendent. Inspirational! If you’d like to watch this little rockstar-in-the-making grow up, you can follow her on Facebook or check out [More]
googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTBT_ATF’); }); Camels have been ridden and used as transport animals for centuries. Nowadays, they tend to enjoy more leisurely lives in much of the world. They graze, lie around, hang out with friends… But when this camel noticed that a man was trying to climb on top of his pal, he sprang into action. Watch as he takes matters into his own hooves. Read More: On This Magical Island, Miniature Ponies Outnumber People 50 To 1 Now that’s what being a great friend looks like. Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/camel-fail/
googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTBT_ATF’); }); 2016 has been a rough year for all of us. It seems like every day, some new upsetting, bizarre, or world-shattering thing happens, and sometimes, you can’t help but lose hope. No matter your political beliefs, you might feel like no one in the government is truly standing up for the good in the world. This video of John Lennon speaking decades ago about the “insane people” who run the world is a good reminder that this feeling isn’t new. Read More: 13 Nazi Propaganda Pieces That Showcase Just How Twisted Hitler And His Followers Were [More]
googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘VN_PG_DTAT_ATF’); }); Traveling the world with a piano not far behind him, Dotan Negrin loves to set up shop on city streets to stop passersby in their tracks. After six years of traveling, he brought his piano back to New York City where it all began in 2010, but this time, he wasn’t alone. A musician by the name of Ada Pasternak was sitting on the curb nearby when Negrin had an awesome idea. Why not ask her to join him? The two of them took everyone’s breath away with their impromptu street performance. Say what you want [More]