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Move aside Pussycat Dolls. There's a new group of kittycats in town! Today's Daily Huh? video stars a group of felines that know how to work the runway and strut their fur like it ain't no thang. Believe it or not, this quirky music video starring Cleo, Diana, Jackie, Grace, and Marilyn is an ad for Poopy Cat, which sells disposable, biodegradable litter boxes. See what our hosts thought of these singing kitties here.
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Winter driving can be dangerous, but a new Japanese commercial for Autoway Tire makes driving look scary. We aren't sure what the message is here, but apparently there are ghost monsters that haunt the streets at night in Japan. So you need reliable tires?
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.
Too early to start talking about summer fashion, you say? No such thing! Allow Friggin Boom to show you (and model) some of the key pieces you should not wear if you manage to attain that bikini body you've always wanted by April. This video is strictly for educational purposes and nobody in their right mind should attempt to pull off these outfits... for your own sake.
Midnight Juggernauts knows what folks on the internet like, and that's cats! Felines abound in the band's music video for "Systematic." You got your crazy eyes cats, your falling cats, your mean and menacing cats, and your odd cat/bird hybrids that we're not quite sure how to feel about. Check out more of our Daily Huh? videos.
This prank by Freddy Fairhair involves Freddy uncomfortably asking other men out on dates. Check out the reactions of his potential suitors in this awkward video.
This battle is cool for the whole family. The role-playing battle features great sound effects but no blood or gore. The epic battle will be won, but which nerd will win?
Nine-year-old Talin has quite the delivery. The youngster is more of a raunchy jokester than a cute kid. He is so edgy that his jokes make Andrew Dice Clay look conservative. Vice shows us that kids really do say the darndest things.
This parody music video could have very well been featured on the soundtrack for The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Cracked takes a, well, crack at guys who talk the talk but don't walk the walk. Check out this cringeworthy music video of a guy tryin' to pick up the ladies but apparently couldn't "hit it" if he had a bat. See more of our Daily Huh? videos.
Movember is halfway over, but Nick Offerman has some words for those of you participating. By now, the hair above your lip is in full bloom. It might start to dance. Don't be afraid if it does.
The Broncos face the Chiefs in what could be the game of the year in Week 11 of the NFL season. So, naturally, Broncos fans are getting hyped up about the upcoming matchup. One Denver rapper went as far as to make a music video on a song that he made for the game in which he mocks the Chiefs. The only issue is that he evidently doesn't know that Kansas City is not in Kansas, which essentially ruins the premise of his trash talk.
The craze for the seasonal "pumpkin spice" has made McDonald's, Starbucks, and other companies a ton of cash. However, you'd be surprised how little pumpkin is actually used in the making of your favorite pies and lattes. The New York Times takes a look at what is really in the pumpkin spice that consumers are rushing to enjoy before their availability goes away.