New meaning to the phrase 'Doing the Robot'
This video is from way back when (circa 1978) a camera was mounted to the front of a Ferrari 275 GTB, which was then driven like a bat out of hell (by a Formula 1 driver) in the middle of morning Paris, France traffic. When you first watching this video it doesn’t seem like much… but wait and watch closely. You’ll start to notice how crazy this guy is when he starts blowing through red lights and driving on sidewalks without hesitation. Wow, I wish could do this. I also wish I had a Ferrari- but that's a whole different story. Click here to watch the video.
Drama began outside in a Costco parking lot, when a woman having lunch with her boyfriend was confronted outside the store by her ex-boyfriend, who arrived with their son, the 2-year-old.
Jell-O shots. They are one of those things that almost no one can pass up. I mean how could you? It’s fu*kin Jell-O! Bill Cosby loves Jell-O, so should you. And you can't say that you don’t like alcohol- because everyone knows you can’t taste it (well barely) when you do a Jell-O shot.
If you ask me, this toy looks freakin’ cool! This commercial sure makes me want to buy it- I'm not even a kid (well technically). Put it on my Christmas wish list… click here to watch the video of this toy. I hear this thing is like $100+.
Over 70 anxious people gathered to witness two dogs get married. The owners spent over $1,200 on the entire wedding arrangement.
Check out these ultra euro-modern handcrafted ceramic egg nightlights. These things project 'stars' on to your ceiling. Pretty neat stuff. It’s also pretty expensive too, $125 for one of these eggs of glory. Check out their website, they’ve got some other cool really overpriced house items. Click here to find out more.
The rock band “OK Go” figured practicing in their backyard a dance routine to one of their songs, 'A Million Ways' was a logically safe thing to do. The problem with practicing a dance routine in a backyard (as opposed to, say, in a dance studio) is there are no mirrors, so you can't see how you look.
One of their girlfriends thought the video looked so fun that she begged them to release it as their official video instead of the "real" video they were planning to do with a professional director. The band laughed at her. Thereupon, she posted the video online and emailed a couple of friends to get a second opinion.
2.5 million downloads later, the boys found themselves invited to perform the dance live on Good Morning America and The Tonight Show. They've also begun receiving emails from fans with links to homemade videos of other groups of men performing the dance.
Click here to watch this video. Funny thing is- this song is pretty damn good too.
[taken from Lycos 50]