In 1977, the "Gong Show" featured two 17-year-old girls who ate popsicles as their talent. Censors didn't see anything wrong with the act at rehearsal, but after it aired on the East Coast, NBC immediately cut it from the show.
Postwar Germans, ordered to tour concentration camps, learn that the Holocaust was real and not "fake news."
7 foot tall Canadian 12-year-old absolutely dominating the 8 foot rims of these youth basketball league games
Iran’s global image is mostly negative, but set that aside for a few minutes and just enjoy this beautiful Iranian song performed live by Mohsen Yeganeh.
How much more does the technology have to improve for us to begin seeing e-ink everywhere? It's the future!
An absolutely fascinating and 100% factual journey through the cosmos brought to you by Tim and Eric
"Tom, Dick and Harry", one of Rowan Atkinson's best live sketches. While understandable, it's a shame that he is known primarily for Mr. Bean.
A small village in the UK got tired of commuters parking on their streets, so they handled it themselves.
After removing half his videos from legal threats, he's still going strong 7 years in. Congrats on almost 1 million subs. Show this man some damn love reddit.
In accepting MTV's "Generation" award, Chris Pratt shares his "9 Rules" which include his faith in God and how to poop at a party.
"Twinkle, Twinkle, Baby!" - A hilarious scene between Vince Vaughn & The Rock in the otherwise terrible movie 'Be Cool' (2005).
Popular Twitch Streamer plays Nickleback’s “Photograph” over video game trailer. Worked Wonderfully.
[NSFW] The infamous hacking scene from the movie "Password Swordfish" was praised by experts for its realism
Juneteenth is one of my favorite holidays, and hardly anyone has even heard of it. So I made this video to explain the celebration!
A Korean Youtuber, Bot-No-Jaem, That Gained 300K+ Subscribers Just From Silently Studying On Camera For Up To 6 Hours Or More - Here's A Sample Of Just That
This speech always humbles me. I feel like everyone needs to watch this at some point in their life. (Pale Blue Dot) Carl Sagan
Michael Huber of Easy Allies walks the E3 show floor with the most enthusiastic and childlike sense of wonder. This man defies words. His videos always put a giant grin on my face.