Oct 232012

 was in his Whitney Young high school lunch room when one of his peers started ‘foot-working’ in front of people as a prank.

But when he attempted to impress Mr. Fanning with a dance, the high school teacher responded with a dance of his own that had the entire cafeteria cheering.

The video went viral over the weekend, and now stands with over 200,000 hits.


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Oct 112012

 published this high school gym video just a week ago, and already it has amassed over 6.5 million views.

The athlete in blue can be seen preparing for his dodge ball ‘kill’ for a long 30 seconds. Finally, his moment comes, and he performs a perfectly distracting ninja flip before launching the ball directly into his opponent’s face. 

For once, the dramatic video title of, ‘Insane Dodge Ball Kill!’ is appropriate. 


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Oct 102012

 was at a Northwest Cabarrus High School in Concord, North Carolina when PSY‘s hit single Gangnam Style came on and a South Korean exchange student was invited to perform the famous horse trot dance.  

His performance was a smash hit at the pep rally, and online as it has gone viralviral–garnering over 300,000 hits in just one day after being showcased on sites like Reddit, HuffingtonPost, and BuzzFeed


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Jun 142012

High school band String Theory of North Penn High School performed a very special medley, titled Circle Of Life, for their graduating class during the end of the year wrap up Reflections program.

For twelve enjoyable minutes, they played a special twelve pop song medley, one from each year that they were in school.

After opening with the Lion King’s Circle Of Life, they started with 1999 and The Backstreet Boys’ I Want It That Way, and continued through 2003 with Outcast’s Hey Yea, and wrapped it all up with the 2000 Vitamin C hit, Graduation Song Friends Forever.

You know you’re doing something right when the audience immediately started singing along.  




Update 6/16: Better video has been released. 


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Jun 122012

There are plenty of commencement speeches given by politicians, comedians, and celebrities, but what about the Internet? You know YouTube has reached the big leagues when famous YouTubers are asked to give a commencement speech. 

And no YouTubers are more worthy of being the first to speak at graduation than comedy musicians . The dynamic duo were invited to speak at the 2012 graduation of their former high school, Harnett Central, located in Angier, North Carolina.

Naturally, they snuck in one of their songs. 


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