Nov 172014
Teens React To Malala Yousafzai

Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai was only eleven years old when she first spoke out for girl’s educational rights in Pakistan. Since then she has received countless honors and awards for her daring work, including speaking at the United Nations and being the youngest person to receive a Nobel Peace Prize.

Now, she is seventeen years old, and still fighting the good fight. But do American teenagers who have it so good in comparison even know who she is? The Fine Brothers wanted to find out, so they introduced a group of teens to Malala to see how they react


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Apr 302014
Molly Kate Kestner Sings ‘His Daughter’

No name teen Molly Kate Kestner has only gone viral now with this week old original song. Molly sings His Daughter, and tells a powerful story about a little girl and her father who struggles with substance abuse. The song has gone viral with over 1.1 million views!


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Mar 132014
The Teenage Brain Explained

For most people, the teenage years of life are a time of anxiety and pimples. It’s not that much fun. 

But what exactly is going on in our brains that makes us act like jerks, and often throw logic and common sense out the window?

Internet nerd Hank Green of Sci Show explains all the ins and outs of the rapidly changing teenage brain in this newly trending video


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Jun 052013

Everyone knows the ‘sounds’ a typical teenager will make when dealing with adults. But it takes a true linguist to breakdown and dissect theses sounds so we can truly understand them.

Thankfully, phonetic genius James Harbeck has come forward with this video to “give precise phonetic descriptions of those rude sounds adolescents make.” 

The clip has already been viewed over 200,000 times, and has appeared on BoingBoing, 22Words, and io9. Read more on TheWeek


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Mar 202013

Asking out big time celebrities has become somewhat of a thing online. Hopeful singles have gone viral asking out NBA superstar Jeremy Lin, Hollywood starlet Mila Kunis, and many others. 

Now, Michigan high school senior Jake Davidson is the latest kid to go viral asking out a big time celeb. He made this video, simply titled Kate Upton, Will You Go To Prom With Me?, where he explains how much he and the Sports Illustrated supermodel have in common.

Being an awesome sport, Kate has already responded on Twitter with a “I’ll check my schedule ;).”

Cross your fingers…

Since debuting over the weekend, the video has garnered over 185,000 views, and is further featured on DailyMail, ABCNews, Mashable, and RightThisMinute.

 UPDATE: Kate and Jake spoke on TODAY


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