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Pickup lines are typically cheesy, offending, and just generally lazy on the guys part. Unless of course, they are said in Italian, then somehow they automatically become poetry to every girl's ears. Whatever decided to use this to their advantage and sent out their Italian bud to see how he would do with the ladies, and he scores big time. See what our hosts thought about this foreign pickup here.
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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.
This video of a cute Corgi on a carousel is two years old, but recently trending on sites like Reddit, Gawker, and College Humor. Watch little "Meatball" go and you'll probably see why!
Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" is a karaoke anthem and well known to almost everyone, even beyond the Wayne's World fandom, and Star Wars is even more well known around the universe. So what happens when you combine the two? Six and a half minutes of awesome, that's what.
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?
We think this "$1 Dollar Hot Dog $1 Water" rap should be the official anthem for hot dog stands across New York City, period. Frederick Barr featuring Erica Barr and Kyhil Smith drop it like it's, well, hot, with their overzealous rap anthem to one of America's favorite snacks - the wiener. These entertainers don't miss a thing when it comes to condiments and innuendos. They like their hot dogs between their buns? Okaaaaay. Check out more Daily Huh? videos.
How adorable are these two little girls? Watch them react to a yard full of snow in front of their house as their mother catches it all on tape. So fun! Not only does the older sister have a day off from school but these two cuties plan on building not one, but two snowmen in the back and four in the front! Sounds like a fun (and ambitious) day.
Have you ever wished you were a robot? Well, we can't help you with that. However, Venus Angelic can teach you how to morph your appearance to that of an android. Now test out the makeup and go grocery shopping for some laughs and odd looks.
Honda in Japan is showing us what their engineering will do for your safety, by using a smartphone as a test dummy. The ad features an engineer playing with different scenarios that involve instances that could end in the phone's demise. The metaphor shows you the lengths to which the car company goes to keep you secure. We all want to protect our valuable iPhones, but you need the "i" in order to use that phone, which is Honda's promotional message.
A race car crash in Australia could have gone much worse, but luckily the driver survived the ordeal. The same cannot be said about his car, which was torn to pieces after it rolled taking a turn during the practice session. The driver, Brendon Tucker, was unscathed in the wreck.
These videos belong in the "Do Not Try This At Home" section. In the first clip, a man tried to jump from an extended height onto a trampoline and back up to the top of the structure. Needless to say, this stunt did not go well, as the man barely missed the mark and landed backwardly. He suffered four separate breaks in his leg and had to have a metal rod inserted.
In the second clip, a bunch of amateur scientists (young men) decided to make a homemade bazooka. Instead of creating a cool memory, the man behind the gun threw the device which caused a small explosion in the backyard. We give it an "A" for effort and a "D+" for execution.
This video has provoked quite the angry and controversial comments on YouTube. The man who posted this video, Enrique Gonzalez, is stating that the treatment he receives in this video is the norm for him in his city of Lakeport, California, but what he doesn't say is why. Many of the commenters believe that Enrique is either wearing or saying something to enrage these extremely angry drivers.