This supercut of grandparents discovering Photobooth is possibly the sweetest, most endearing thing you’ll see on the Internet today. Watch as a bunch of seniors Bulge, Dent, Squeeze, and Fisheye their way through Apple’s proprietary Photobooth software.
This just in: a brand-new video from Tyler, the Creator for “Yonkers,” a single off his forthcoming album Goblin due to be released in April. You probably know him as the leader of California rap crew Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (OFWGKTA), about whom there’s been much debate over the past year. Somewhat NSFW video inside.
Desperate times call for desperate measures. That pretty much sums up the attitude of this man caught on video reluctantly robbing a convenience store. He pays for his coffee and says “please” and “thank you” and “sir” and “I’m sorry” as he robs the clerk at gunpoint.
You know what February means: Fashion Week is on the horizon, we’re a month closer to spring, and…it’s Black History Month. For the next three weeks, we’ll collectively be honoring the past achievements of black people and their (our) contributions to society. In theory, at least.
If you’re still having a tough time understanding exactly what all the protesting and is about, not to worry: this adorable little girl has you covered. Watch Nina as she does us all a favor and breaks down the situation in Egypt as simply as possible. Video after the jump.
Luther Campbell, better known as Uncle Luke of the controversial Miami rap group 2 Live Crew, says he’s interested in running for mayor of Miami-Dade County in the event of a recall election next month. Seriously, Miami. You’d be nuts not to want the dude who is responsible for the classic “when I dip, you dip, we dip” club anthem as your mayor.
Awwww, man. This Weather Network Canada meteorologist had, umm, a slip of the tongue as he reported on a snowstorm earlier this week. There isn’t really much to say about this poor guy. Just giggle a little and then feel kind of sorry for him.
Things got wild(er) in Egypt after President Mubarak announced yesterday he will not be stepping down. Instead, he said he would not be seeking to run again in the upcoming elections and alluded vaguely to orchestrating the transfer of power at some point in the future.
Few things bring me as much joy as watching traditional media outlets cover Internet stories and explain online phenomena. In this Fox 11 news segment, the topic at hand is trolling. Trolls, as you know, “lurk in chatrooms or on YouTube until they unleash mean-spirited, menacing attacks on unsuspecting victims.”
If it seems like I can’t stop talking about the end of the world, that’s because strange things just keep happening. The latest in apocalyptic news is this video of an unidentified flying object in Jerusalem, pieced together from two different camera perspectives.