Underground internet star Flula travels back to his homeland, dances with dogs and his grandfather.
In the classic battle of man vs animal who will conquer the fountain?
This is how boring baseball is. That fella is asleep and everyone else is playing attention the guy stacking cups on his head.
In Toronto people marched to bring awareness that women should be allowed to dress however they please without harm come to them.
The alternative meat spa relaxes the customer with a selection of cured meats compresses, hot meatball treatments, and gravy massages.
Four year old golf prodigy rings four balls in a row off the ball collecting cart. Employees love it when you do that.
No yelling, use your inside bark.
Includes Buggy Intruder, Ruth Roll'd, and Play Him Off Flugelhorn Feline.
Turn up your speakers. Sit back. And vomit.
Two babies have a passionate discussion. One can only assume they are talking about the quality of apple sauce or how long to go without a diaper change.
A support group for Radiohead fans to let you know you are not alone in not liking Amnesiac.
In a March 25, 2011 speech Prime Minister Stephen Harper seems to want to take over the galaxy. If he ever issues Order 66 stock up on canned goods
That's almost as many as it would take to remove all the pieces of food stuck in it.
A darkly humorous animation about a man, a cat, a dog, and a bowling ball.
Those tiny fingers are perfect for navigating the interface, nose picking.
Or maybe he just really needs to be let out.
Ain't no party like a revolving door party cause a revolving door party don't stop...revolving.
The monkeys may not know what it is but they do know they want it.
In the Central Station of Sydney members of Riverdance and local school children surprises travelers with a wee bit 'o Irish dancing.
Someone helped themselves to the kitty treats while left unattended. Let the shaming begin.
Try not to smile when watching this.
Five-and-a-half-month old son Emerson flips between terror and delight.
More like a penguWIN.
The harsh reality about the Canadian right-of-passage.