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This is awesome! UCB Comedy pokes fun at what seems like Victoria's Secret's eternal semi-annual sales. Watch as an array of lovely ladies in panties and bras spoof the Angels as they pose provocatively while hilarious keywords come flying at you. If you watch this video without any sound, you might just think you're watching an actual Victoria's Secret lingerie ad.
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Oh, Rebecca. It's the holidays and we know you want a piece of that musical apple pie so it doesn't surprise us that you would release "Saturday" in these festive days. Rebecca Black infamously shot to fame with her so-bad-it's-bad music video "Friday" that went über-viral. Black teams up with Dave Days for this track. Should she have left bad enough alone, or do you support her endeavor to really make it as an entertainer?
Jamie and Davey Wavey hold nothing back as they make fun of what they refer to as the "valley girl stereotype" they say is alive and well in California. Watch as they run through their "Dumb White Girls Christmas List." Among the coveted items? An iPhone (but NOT the black one), and a Chihuahua, even though they're made in Mexico. They're like, so totally clueless, like, it's not even funny.
Whether you refer to it as "that time of the month," "a visit from Aunt Flow," or "Mother Nature's gift," a woman's menstrual cycle can be uncomfortable for many people. BiziBubble is a monthly delivery service, that gets rid of some of the stress and inconvenience, specifically by eliminating the dreaded errand to the drugstore, by allowing women to customize monthly packages containing all the necessaries plus a little something extra.
Who better to teach you how to take the perfect selfie than the Queen of Selfies herself, Kim Kardashian? Watch her and BFF Brittny (no, it's not misspelled) Gastineau teach you 3 simple steps to achieving the perfect selfie. Basically shoot from high to low, know your angle, and check the lighting... but we know you probably want to watch the video anyway.
Is this really how girls act if they are on a diet? If so, that would be pretty annoying.
The Southern Women Channel has posted their latest "Sh*t Southern Women Say" video, and this edition shows you the interesting vocabulary of the gals in the south. If you don't understand what they are saying, you're not alone. We don't understand them either.
As if we didn't already know, vaginas should be celebrated. Not only are they the vessel by which humans come to life (literally), but there are also a whopping 8,000 nerve endings in the clitoris. What? Yup. Check out Emily Hartridge's latest video where she tackles the subject of the va-jay-jay and all it has to offer.
Old fashioned buns have made a huge comeback. From the large donut type to the itsy bitsy ballerina bun, you are sure to see them on every red carpet and catwalk. Although we don't imagine this particular bun blowing up in the fashion world, we're loving that there is now a go-to holiday 'do that puts a spin on everyone's favorite style.
Over the last year, we've seen plenty of twerk videos. A lot of them have been tacky and tasteless. This one finally shows that twerking is starting to turn into a modern art form. Either way, we're okay with it.
Lorde's "Royals" has reached mainstream success, but this acapella group from Florida State University is taking the song to new heights. Check out this video of the AcaBelles that was posted earlier this month but is just starting to gain steam across the web.
If you need to buy a gift for a little girl you're safe just getting a doll or basically anything pink, right? Uh... but what about the girls who like using their imagination and creativity besides staged tea parties and playing House? Well, GoldieBlox might be a good alternative for the not-so-girly girls interested in engineering stuff themselves! Don't underestimate girls. They're not all "princess maids" and would like a little recognition.