Around The World Time Lapse, Invisible Racist, and Baby InterrogationBy: John Vinson - January 6, 2012
A viral video is one that becomes popular though the process of Internet sharing, via social media, sharing sites, or good ‘ole email. Everyday we highlight some of the best that are currently viral and some that are trending that way.
Today’s videos feature an awesome Doritos commercial that never graced the television, a gruesome marketing video from Capcom, a six man basketball squad, and a blind man cooking.
As most have been saying upon viewing this video, how did it not win the user-made Superbowl commercial contest last year? It has Unicorn tears.
What I love about this video is watching it with someone who has no idea what it’s from. Kudos, Capcom. Now that’s how you market a product. (It’s a viral vid for their upcoming game, Resident Evil: Revelations)
While there are many aspects of the video which should make you laugh, my eyes couldn’t leave his “According to Jim” t-shirt.
I don’t have anything clever or smarmy to say…it’s SPACEKISSER.
An extremely well made music video, which should leave you amazed at the end. If you’re not amazed, then re-watch.
The video creator visited 17 countries in 343 days, and took 6,237 photographs. The results are beautiful, and completely surreal.
I’m going to go ahead and make the call that this trailer will be better than the Oscars itself.
Now this is how you have a food fight to start the new year. The best part, it took place in Canada.
This strategy should be adopted by all basketball teams, just put six people on the court. No one will notice. As a sad side note, the losing coach lost his job the next day.
I thought these interrogation tactics were illegal under the Geneva code. You know, for being so adorable it hurts.
I really hope the tagline for this movie is “This year, the processing fees won’t be the only thing that kills you“
This one’s for all the people who are still trying to cope with the fact that the Harry Potter movie series is over. I’m sure these people have advice for you.
A pretty cool blind man shows us how he is able to cook on a daily basis. Those George Foreman grills are no joke, I burn myself all the time and I have 20/20.