Jan 082013

This 2010 video by jenasale has just had a viral eruption, appearing on Reddit. At the Woodridge State High School Awards Night, pupil Christopher Tamwoy played guitar, but instead of holding it upright like 99% of musicians, he placed the famous string instrument on his lap. The resulting performance was simply outstanding. 


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Dec 292012

Jeffrey Wright is a high school physics teacher in Louisville, Kentucky. But these days, it takes a lot more than just teaching formulas and grading papers to be a real teacher. 

Students are faced with obstacles and challenges Mr. Wright couldn’t even dream up as child, so he realizes how important his jobs really is. He does more than just teach. He Imparts Real Life Lessons.

Read more about Wright’s Law on NewYorkTimes


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Dec 132012

Sixteen year old Georgia high school junior Zach Hodskins has no left hand, but he never let that slow him down. Not only can he play basketball–a feat difficult for anyone missing five digits–but he’s actually really, really good.

Now, this video compilation of missing schooling is peers is going viral, and is  featured on YouTubeTrends, RantSports, TotalProSports, and LarryBrown.  


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Dec 052012

Whenever a video goes ultra viralviral, like Gangnam Style, it’s expected to be parodied and covered to oblivion. Many spoofs are as good as, or even better than, the original, but most just fall flat. 

And then there are those special few, those few parodies that are just so bad, and so terrible, viewers feel compelled to share it with their friends.

The video that is oh-so bad, it is somehow good. In a bad way. And no, it doesn’t really make much sense. The phenomenon is often referred to as the Rebecca Black Effect. 

Lucky for the Internet, Spartan High School has delivered. Here is the official worst Gangnam Style cover, reuploaded online by Spartan High student .

Presenting: Spartan High School Style


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Nov 172012

High school teen movies are a genre you can immediately recognize after watching just a few seconds of the trailer. They all have that same formula, style, and flow we’ve been seeing for years.

So as a fun gag, movie obsessed  asked the question, ‘Ever wonder what high school was like for your favorite super heroes and villains in Gotham?’ and served up this highly entertaining parody of a high school teen movie version of Batman.

Already, the new mock trailer has over 70,000 views, and is featured on io9, NeoGafTastefullyO, and Neatorama


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