Jan 172013

Terrifyingly, sixteen year old high school student Bowe Cleveland was recently shot at the Taft Union High School shooting along with others  After hearing that Bowe is a huge Marvel fan, creator Stan Lee opened a YouTube account just to send the shooting victim this ‘get better soon‘ message.  

For the cherry on top, Stan also sent him signed posters and autographed comic books. “And remember, if there’s anything you need, just yell Avengers assemble! Your fan, Stan.”


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Jan 112013

This exciting buzzer-beater video posted by gljuggler has just gone viralviral now, quickly amassing over 90,000 views. In a scene seemingly taken out of a Disney movie, the black team passed the ball to the official ‘chubby kid’ on the team with only moments to spare.

The kid caught the ball with his back to the hoop and didn’t have the time to turn around, so he blindly launched the ball with two hands over his head.

Amazingly, it swished right in!


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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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Jan 072013

AVIATlON posted this short clip on the first of the year, but it has only started to trend now, appearing on CollegeHumor, Joe, and Reddit.

The cameraman passes his chubby friend a small water bottle. The kid cracks open the bottle, brings it to his lips, and then slammed the bottom of the bottle, essentially forcing all the water down his throat instantaneously.   


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Dec 242012

At Grand Valley State University’s commencement ceremony, graduating students were asked to spell out the pronunciations of their hard to say names. 

Kelsey Elise just happened to slip in ‘freaking awesome‘ into her name, prompting the auditorium to burst out in laughter when the announcer actually fell for her spelling prank. The story is featured on HuffPost and TheDailyWhat


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