Chatroulette Guy Is Back!

This man wins the internet! Apparently Chatroulette is still a thing. At least, it is for the infamous Chatroulette Guy who made one of the best viral videos the Internet has ever seen when he performed “Call Me Maybe” to randoms on the site.

He’s back with his unique and artistic take on Miley Cyrus’ latest hit “Wrecking Ball.”  He’s got a sledgehammer, red lips, a luscious beard, zero shame, and has an exercise ball attached to his ceiling.

Trust me, you have not seen a video this funny in a long time:


Nitrous Oxide Party

The use of nitrous oxide as a recreational drug at “laughing gas parties”, primarily arranged for the British upper class, became an immediate success beginning in 1799. While the effects of the gas generally make the user appear stuporous, dreamy and sedated, some people also “get the giggles” in a state of euphoria, and frequently, erupt in laughter.

laughinggas-advertIt seems like the drug has made a come-back of sorts in the UK, where it’s quite easy to get hold of. According to the Telegraph; “Home Office statistics showed more than 350,000 people aged 16 to 24 admitted using the gas in the last year, making it the second most popular drug among the age group after cannabis.”

Either way… these dudes below decided to give it a go and film their reactions while on the drug. They’re damn hilarious… it gets good around the 0:55 mark.

Jimmy Kimmel’s “I Ate Your Halloween Candy” Prank!

It’s become a bit of an online Halloween tradition. It was about two years ago when American talk show host Jimmy Kimmel asked people to tell their kids that they ate their Halloween sweets that they’d gone and begged for the night before, and then record their reactions. In the previous hit video, the majority of the children reacted as you would expect – tantrum/screaming/crying/anger… but a few of the better behaved children had the MOST adorable reactions i have ever seen.

Let’s see what this years video has to offer:

Ylvis Frightens Random Norwegians

Ylvis, the same guys who brought us that “What Does The Fox Say” song, installed a train hooter into a tiny little (electric?) car. These guys are, in essence, the Norwegian version of Lonely Island… they sing comedy songs and host a comedy chat show. This is a clip from that show.