Kids’ Reactions to Sushi are Priceless

Sushi in the United States is about as popular as pizza and hamburgers these days. But what happens when kids try out the Japanese mainstay for the first time? Surprisingly, they didn’t all hate it. View Now

Makeup Artist Talks About Her Struggle With Tetraplegia

After a terrible car accident over a decade ago, Jordan was left with tetraplegia, a form of paralysis that affects the use of limbs. Jordan uses a wheelchair, and is unable to use her hands, but she hasn't let that stop her from pursuing her dreams. Jordan has a very prominent YouTube channel for beauty tips, and after getting asked about her hands countless times, she decided to make a video to tell her story. View Now

Family, Friends Rate People Based on Their Success

Warning: this one is a tear-jerker! A recent social experiment took aim at challenging people’s insecurities—and the result is heartwarming. The powerful video created by Aplus asked people to rate their success levels. While many participants had rated themselves fairly negatively on a scale of 1 to 10, their loved ones reveal an entirely different perspective. View Now

Man Unknowingly Spots the Atlas V Rocket While Leaving the Gym

Apparently, when one lives so close to Cape Canaveral, rocket launches are so common they almost go unnoticed. John Fouse was leaving the gym when he saw the halo effect emitting from the Atlas V launch. He didn't know what it was at the time, but he knew it looked amazing, so he whipped out his phone and started recording. View Now

Man Who's Color Blind Seeing A Sunset for the First Time Is Powerful

Aaron Williams-Mele was born color blind. His parents recently gave him a set of Enchroma glasses. When Aaron decided to try them out, he picked an ideal spot. He saw his very first sunset at Whitehurst Beach in Norfolk, Virginia. The look on his face says it all. Let this video be a reminder to not take your sight (or nature) for granted. Take the time to go out and watch a sunset or two once in a while, because not everyone can.  View Now

This Guy's Got Pipes

From the roommate that brought us, "One Guy, Six Countries," "One Guy, 5 Horrible Song Ideas," and " One Guy, 14 Voices," comes the instant classic, "One Guy, 15 Voices." Ranging from pop rock to hip hop, this Swedish singer/songwriter really hits his targets in the vocal cords. And it seems like he's a pretty good roommate, too. View Now

This Guy's Got Pipes

From the roommate that brought us, "One Guy, Six Countries," "One Guy, 5 Horrible Song Ideas," and " One Guy, 14 Voices," comes the instant classic, "One Guy, 15 Voices." Ranging from pop rock to hip hop, this Swedish singer/songwriter really hits his targets in the vocal cords. And it seems like he's a pretty good roommate, too. View Now

WWE Signs 8-year-old Cancer Patient Elijah to Be the Next Superstar

WWE recently announced they were bringing back their reality television show "Tough Enough," a show where wrestlers from all walks of life compete for a WWE contract. Thousands of people sent in audition tapes in hopes of being selected, but there was a particular one that would go on to touch the hearts of many. View Now

These Two Men Are Walking Every Block of New York City

The New Yorker put together a beautiful mini-documentary about the story of two men who both intend to walk all 6,000 miles of New York City. William Helmreich has been walking the city for years, and says he's learned more about the city by walking it than he could any other way.  View Now

These Two Men Are Walking Every Block of New York City

The New Yorker put together a beautiful mini-documentary about the story of two men who both intend to walk all 6,000 miles of New York City. William Helmreich has been walking the city for years, and says he's learned more about the city by walking it than he could any other way.  View Now