Fans of "The Office" will undoubtedly recognize this catchy cover song. Miles Kang paid homage to the show by using office supplies to play the theme song, an impressive feat which took him eight hours to complete. Michael Scott would be proud!
Speaking of cover songs, this next one's for all the "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" fans out there! The Harvard Undergraduate Drummers, aka HarvardTHUD, used their musical talent to make a unique cover of the show's theme song on boomwhackers. View Now
Jessica Hord shows us how to take one of our favorite vegetables to a whole new level. This delicious Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower recipe courtesy of I Wash...You Dry is quick and easy, leaving you more time to enjoy. You can eat it as an appetizer, a side dish, or even a midnight snack! Or perhaps, all three? View Now
Verlonda is trying to sit down and enjoy a nice, quiet meal — a goal which most parents know is nearly impossible to achieve without the kids interrupting! While she's eating lunch, her kids Judah and Ava come over because they're fighting with each other about a cookie. We have to give Verlonda props for staying so calm as she talks it out with them. View Now
You may remember daredevil 8Booth from the time we featured him shattering both his feet and ankles while making a dangerous jump — because who could forget? Well, the thrill-seeker is back with another shocking stunt that's making our stomachs drop. He's jumping off the roof of a tall building into a shallow swimming pool, all in the name of adrenaline. View Now
If you look at Thomas Deininger's artwork from afar, you'll simply see beautiful sculptures. But if you move closer, you can see that they're actually made out of trash! Wow, who knew garbage could be so stunning?
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This thoughtful teen took his father on an emotional roller coaster with a risky prank! His dad had always wanted an InstaView refrigerator, so his son thought to surprise him with one. However, before he revealed the new fridge, he decided to cut a hole in the old one. A fridge with a hole in it counts as 'InstaView,' right? View Now
In Australia, a friendly possum has been living in the roof of an office building for years. The possum finally decided it was time to introduce itself to the employees, so it popped out of the ceiling to say "hello" and eat some snacks! Is it just us, or does having a possum around the office seem like it'd be kind of awesome? View Now
While Captain John Dornellas was on his boat in Halibut Cove, Alaska, he spotted an orca and an otter out in the water. All of sudden, the otter began frantically swimming away from the giant whale — heading straight for John's boat. Just in the nick of time, the clever otter managed to push itself up onto the boat to escape the whale. The adorable little guy hitched a ride to safer waters, where it eventually jumped back in. View Now
While a woman in Colombia was outside relaxing in a chair, a man hopped off a motorbike and suddenly began attacking her. He was trying to steal her cell phone, but she sure didn't go down without a fight. The woman did everything in her power to defend herself, but unfortunately, the thief and his accomplice managed to escape. View Now
Thanks to her Ring doorbell camera, Hannah got to have an awesome birthday party at a safe social distance. Her loved ones took turns stopping by her front door to dance, celebrate and show her some birthday love. How fun!
Next, Asael is in the Navy, so he decided to make his homecoming even more special by surprising his family. Everyone was so excited to see him walk through the door — including the dogs! This one's warming our hearts. View Now
In Australia, a newbie is using a wheelbarrow on the job when things go hilariously wrong. He tries pushing it through some mud and ends up taking quite a spill, which makes his coworkers burst out laughing!
Next, we're getting a kick out of the way a construction worker in Maine is sticking it to the man. He gets paid hourly, so he's using a digger to hold a shovel and move dirt little by little. He is technically still getting the job done...
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The future is here, and that means being able to build a whole house with 3D printing technology. A huge 3D printer only took three weeks to build a two-story house in Belgium, which shows just how far 3D printing has come since it was invented! Meanwhile, we consider it a lucky day if we can print a simple document without the printer getting jammed or running out of ink...
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Professional surfer Zac Haynes is catching some waves off the coast of Australia with his buddies, and they're taking us along for the ride! In this epic raw footage, we see them take on serious swells including a monstrous wave known as "The Womb." From the successful rides to the gnarly wipeouts — it's one action-packed day!
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It's Mariela's birthday, and her husband Carter has a very special, very adorable surprise for her. It has four legs, soft fur, and a face that would melt any heart — that's right, a puppy! Mariela couldn't be happier to meet their new German Shepherd, Chewie. This precious pup is the gift that keeps on giving!
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Most of us know that it's best to stop at railroad crossings when the barriers are down, right? Not these drivers. Let's start in Vietnam, where a driver tried crossing the railroad tracks despite flashing lights, a sign, and a barrier warning people against it. A train smashed into the car and did some serious damage to it, but luckily no one was fatally injured during the incident.
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Red Bull athlete and pole vault world record holder Mondo Duplantis has a handy place to train during the pandemic — his own backyard! He's getting back to his roots by training at his family home, where they have an awesome outdoor setup complete with poles, crash pads and plenty of important fitness equipment. With Mondo's level of skill and dedication, it's no wonder he's a champion! View Now
Babies have always been adorable, but what about their clothes? From plain wool sacks to pattern-covered trends, Glamour shows us how baby fashion has changed over the last century. From the year 1920 to 2020, we get to see the drastic changes that have taken place in baby fashion. It seems as though the evolution has gone from dolled up to dressed up!