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  • Lip-syncing videos are all the rage, from Jimmy Fallon’s lip-sync show to SketchShe’s amazing parked-car performances.

    The Russian comedy duo Bonya and Kuzmich decided to step up the lip-syncing game by performing a medley of songs in a moving car, complete with costume changes!

    The pair include both U.S. and foreign hits in their nearly five-minute-long mashup, and change costumes according to the song.

    If you watch carefully, the passenger in the back seat also partakes in the costume changes, and may be the best part of the whole video. Especially when he does the Macarena.

    We’re not experts on Russian driving laws, but we’re pretty sure this isn’t the safest way to travel. So don’t try this at home.

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  • In case you missed the memo, it’s National Library Week. And what better way to celebrate all things Dewey Decimal System than with a Taylor Swift parody video!

    The staff from the Topeka & Shawnee County Library in Kansas changed up the lyrics to “Shake It Off” to remind us of all that libraries have to offer.

    The spoof video, aptly named “Check It Out,” highlights the perks of library membership, like all the cash we could save using libraries for books, music and movies.

    If you watch closely, you can spot more than a few Taylor Swift “cameos” the library worked into its video.

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  • Pregnancy announcement videos are a dime a dozen on social media, but sometimes a supercreative couple comes along and really hits it out of the park.  At the plate today, 31-year-old Jesse Meek and his wife Melissa Meek, 28, of Happy Valley, Ore., who created a custom rendition of the theme song from the Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

    Here are just some of the lyrics: “In Happy Valley, Oregon, livin’ and wed. Bought our first house and started to build our homestead.  Chillin’ out, maxin’, and relaxin’ all cool. While all thinking that our lives pretty much ruled.  When our family and friends, who were up to no good,  Started askin' questions about parenthood.  We told one little lie, said ‘It’s not time yet.’ Parents said, ‘We’re ready for grandkids, so get a move on it!’”

    The couple, who call themselves “goofy” and “fun” said they uploaded the video for family and friends, and that they didn’t plan on it being viewed more than 3.1 million times on YouTube! They find out the sex of the baby

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  • Keep calm and carry on.

    That’s exactly what this Buckingham Palace guard did after he slipped and fell during the daily Changing of the Guard ceremony.

    The members of the Queen’s Guard are notoriously difficult to distract, so it should come as no surprise that this epic wipeout didn’t keep the guards from continuing with the ceremony.

    The incident was filmed by 50-year-old tourist David Meadwell.

    “The first group changed successfully, without any problems, and so I decided to video the next group doing it,” he told The Telegraph. “I didn’t expect anything like this to happen — he went flying. There were quite a few people around, and there were a lot of gasps as he went down.”

    According to ITV, the Ministry of Defence refused to comment on “a young man falling over while doing his job.”

    This guy definitely took “Grin and bear it” to a new extreme.

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  • Hillary Clinton’s announcement on Sunday that she is running for president was met with cheers and some jeers. One toddler also wasn’t happy to hear the news — but for a much different reason than the “Stop Hillary” group. His name is Zeke. His mother, Erin Celello, filmed his reaction to Clinton’s presidential campaign news and posted it to Facebook. In the video, Zeke cries and explains that he is upset because he wanted to run for president. Mom then asks Zeke, “What would you do if you were president?” “Play,” he responds. Of course! Don’t give up on your dreams, kid.

    Zeke is ready for Hillary. Just not in the way she'd probably expect...(This was Z's immediate reaction to viewing HRC's announcement video. Instant meltdown.)

    Posted by Erin Celello on Sunday, April 12, 2015
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