The last thing any young person trying to enjoy themselves at a music festival wants is a parent telling them to put some shoes on or stop smoking weed.
So that’s exactly what the guy from Frenchi TV YouTube channel does, acting like a typical dad berating their kids, excetp these are random festival goers—and in the process he somehow channels Chevy Chase from the National Lampoon movies.
Coyote Peterson hosts nature web show Breaking Trail and he was in Costa Rica’s remote Osa Peninsula at night looking for reptiles and amphibians, when an ocelot attacked! Kind of.
Because it didn’t really attack, instead it began playing with Peterson, playfully biting him and romping around—basically doing what your house cat does, except if it wanted to this ocelot could savage the hell out of him.
You imagine that people who live in London, UK are used to some strange and curious sights—much like most people who live in large cities, weird stuff just happens.
But they’re probably not used to the sight of a giant green monkey floating down the Thames, the river that flows through the city.
Vox producer Estelle Caswell takes a deep dive into the styles and flows of iconic rappers and how they create their rhymes.
Some of the greatest rappers of all time are explored in a fascinating analysis of how these legends performed the way they did.
Joey Thompson is a Los Angeles-based comedian and writer who also happens to look just like Ryan Gosling.
Which is fitting because in this parody trailer he creates a hilarious sequel to the 2011 movie Drive, this time the protagonist is an uber driver transporting around vomit-spewing passengers.
Danny MacAskill pulls out all the stops with some awe-inspiring badass tricks with the epic and beautiful landscape of Aviemore as his playground.
The video sees the trials cyclist doing some technical tricks on the streets, benches, and rails of the tourist resort Scottish town.
Rob Scallon, we salute you because how can you not pay your dues to someone playing all Metallica’s 94 songs to date, in order, in a four minute one take montage.
OK so he’s not playing the entirety of the tracks, because that would obviously take longer than four minutes, but it’s a medley and it’s very impressive nonetheless.
So Eurovision is over for another year and Ukraine won it—but as cheesy and bad as it might have been, just be glad ISIS didn’t do a number.
In this sketch from Israeli comedy show ‘Eretz Nehederet’ they imagine just that, as the terrorist group take to the stage to perform their song ‘Boomtzi Boom complete with beheadings, ABBA beheadings.