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You have to give it up for BuzzFeed. They always have the best tricks. Check out these neat holiday treat hacks. It'll make your holidays that much better.
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Vitaly, you're crazy, man. We find a lot of humor in your stunts, but this one may cross a line or two. Here, Vitaly has a girl pretend to be 15 years old and ask strangers, mostly older men, for help getting home. Things quickly turn sexual. Then, she calls the police over and the guys go running.
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.
Since the recession that hit the United States, bankers on Wall Street have basically gotten away without any repercussions. The guys at the whatever YouTube channel decided it was time for revenge.
'Tis the season for holiday songs. This version of "Little Drummer Boy" by Walk off the Earth is just what we've been waiting for. The best part? The help from the dogs.
Now here's something you don't see every day. An aging rocker, a pop-country princess, and the future King of England rocking out to the former's megahit "Livin' on a Prayer." Watch Wills join Taylor Swift and Jon Bon Jovi on stage at a fundraiser at Kensington Palace for homeless charity Centrepoint. This video is just one more example of how Prince William, like his mum, goes out of his way to be as personable and relatable as possible.
We've gotten to know "BatDad" through his numerous Vines, but see how Kids React to the masked vigilante of manners! Via TheFineBros.
Police were forced into an altercation with a suspect who resisted arrest in San Francisco. A protest is scheduled by the city of San Francisco in regards to the measures that law enforcement took to apprehend the lawbreaker. The prosecutor's office has dropped the charges against the bicyclist pending an investigation.
What if you could make a difference in the fight against HIV by simply sharing a video? You can! Someone Like Me is aiming to start a global conversation to continue promoting safe sex. Every time you share this video on social media like Facebook or Twitter and use the hashtag #SomeoneLikeMe, they will donate a condom (up to 10 million) to HIV projects across the globe.
It doesn't get much more accurate than this. Check out CollegeHumor's hilarious parody cover set to the tune of Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love," only this time - we're addicted to "Likes" on our Facebook page. Don't pretend you're not one of those people. Check out this video that will have you LOL-ing and then promptly proceed to post it on your timeline and see how many "Likes" you get.
Social media has reigned supreme in how we communicate with one another for quite some time now. Whether it's Facebook, texting, or online messaging, those methods of communication have had an adverse effect on interpersonal relationships, as is explained in this fascinating video.
There's nothing like traumatizing a customer to get them to remember your product. That's the ridiculous premise of john st.'s latest parody video. They promise to scare your clients so bad that they won't have a choice whether to remember your brand or not because it will have been seared into their brains in the dramatic process. John St. promises to "give your customers an experience they'll never, ever forget." They encourage muggings, riots, kidnappings, and any other extreme scare tactics to get people to notice your brand. See what our hosts thought about this viral maketing parody.