Sometimes our favorite internet videos seem too good to be true. We suspect there mightjustbe more to this tree stump lift bet, UV-sensitive prototype sunglasses, and hilarious airplane armrest feud than meets the eye. But thanks to eagle-eyed RightThisMinute hosts and Mac Dreidel, we've got some serious "real or fake" experts on our side!
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This happy couple in Russia is posing in front of a vintage car after their wedding ceremony. Suddenly, the car backs up and the bottom of the bride's dress is ripped off. The bride is furious, but some are questioning how realistic this moment is. Do you think this photo shoot fail is real or fake? View Now
Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joined our RightThisMinute hosts via Skype for another edition of Real or Fake. This week we check out a water bottle challenge, a ghost pedestrian crossing, and twerking garbage truck workers. View Now
Though most of us have no trouble separating fake designer bags from the real thing, it's getting a lot harder in the digital age to separate cleverly edited forgeries from real-life phenomena! Can your "sixth sense" sniff out the legit from the hoaxes in Mac Dreidel's latest "Real Or Fake?" lineup from eBaum's World?
Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joined our RightThisMinute hosts via Skype for another edition of Real or Fake. This week we see strong bugs knock over water bottles from ViralVideoUK, a man being smacked in the face during a shovel prank, and people posing with the world's happiest sea creature. Can you spot the fakes? View Now
A restaurant customer in Vietnam is questioning the authenticity of a hard-boiled egg she had been served. The customer believes the egg could have actually been made of rubber. This led to the customer conducting a number of interesting experiments and comparing the restaurant eggs to ones she prepared in her home. View Now
Welcome, internet skeptics! Mac Dreidal from eBaum's World is back. This week, he's serving up a juicy "Real or Fake?" trifecta of what looks like a bizarre weather phenomenon, an unbelievably vocal frog, and an almost-too-perfectly-timed trash run!
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With technology everywhere, you never really know who is watching. A biker is busy working on his broken motorcycle when a man walks up and snatches the wallet out of the biker's pocket. When the pickpocketer turned around, he noticed a security camera and immediately dropped the biker's wallet. View Now
Model Lil Miquela has a strong following on Instagram, but no one is quite sure if she is a real person or a digital avatar. Her features almost look too perfect to be real, as if she walked out of a video game. Despite the questioning, Lil Miquela documents her travels and life as a model on her popular Instagram profile. Do you think Lil Miquela is real or fake? View Now
Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joined our RightThisMinute hosts via Skype for another edition of Real or Fake. This week we see a hawk drop a snake on a family barbecue, a flying boat set sail for lift-off, and an instructor's dangerous demonstration. View Now
Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joined the RightThisMinute hosts via Skype for another edition of Real or Fake. This week we take a look at a biker getting schooled by a security guard, a bizarre barbershop experience, and a terrifyingly up-close bison encounter. View Now
Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joined the RightThisMinute hosts via Skype for another edition of Real or Fake. This week we have a paper plane that can boomerang back to you, a hairstyle that hides a surprising secret, and a car's gasoline at its boiling point. View Now
Rainstorms can be eerie, especially when lightning and aliens are involved. In this dashcam video, you can see an electrical pole explode after being struck by lightning. The spark is completely blinding to drivers on this street in Canada.
Meantime, we're just waiting for Tom Cruise to appear during this next rain storm. ViralHog shared a video of what looks to be a War of the Worlds tripod taking over one city in Russia, but it's really just a very cool special effect. View Now
Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joined the RightThisMinute hosts via Skype for Real or Fake? This week we see a groom ditch his bride in traffic, fly fishing with a crossbow, and a man lose his teeth over power eating corn on the cob. View Now
It's that time of the week again when Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joins the RightThisMinute hosts via Skype to play Real or Fake? This week's batch of videos includes a drone attacking a wakeboarder, an antique gun fail, and a unique record player. View Now
A new video recently surfaced of a man being thrown from a car and into the road after losing control of his vehicle. Yes, that ragdoll-like figure flying in front of the camera is a person—and yes, somehow he managed to survive. Talk about lucky! View Now
This week on eBaum's World's "Real or Fake" includes: a bullet that doubles as a dreidel, a fast-moving bottle of beer, and an intense car fire in a Camaro. Cast your vote as to what's real and what's fake over at eBaum's World.View Now
Mac is back for this week's "Real or Fake" with eBaum's World! Today's batch of videos involves a hoverboard, a ghost, and a pipe in the ground that may or may not have an end. See more of what eBaum's World has to offer on their website.View Now
Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joined the RightThisMinute hosts for Real or Fake? This week features a snake that got sawed in half, an old man in someone else's garden, and a woman getting branded on the buttocks. View Now
Mac Dreidel from eBaum's World joined the RightThisMinute hosts for Real or Fake? This week's videos both featured fire. First, watch this guy cause a fire when he throws something onto the power line. Then, check out the moment when a man set his lips on fire when he cracked a lighter while holding another lit one. View Now
Not even a national holiday dedicated to fooling people could pull the wool over Mac Dreidel and RightThisMinute. They were able to sift through the baloney and tear apart two obviously fake videos (nice try, Google), while giving one real-life disaster the glory it deserved. View Now