They say that imitation is the best form of flattery, and we sincerely hope that Shia LeBeouf understands that.
YouTube user Tingman had his 3-year-old daughter and YouTube star, Olor, reenact Shia LaBeouf's now infamous “Just Do It” speech. LaBeouf delivered the intense motivational speech-- although some may call it an angry tirade — last month as part of a performance piece at Central Saint Martins Fine Arts program at University of the Arts London.
We think it's safe to say that Olor’s version is not only more adorable but more motivational than the original.
Who do you think delivered it best?
- Gwen Breitstein | Trending Now – Tue, Jun 23, 2015
They say that imitation is the best form of flattery, and we sincerely hope that Shia LeBeouf understands that.Read More »from 3-year-old adorably recites Shia LaBeouf's intense motivational speech
- Emily Scharnhorst | Trending Now – Tue, Jun 23, 2015
Sam Maccarone and Jessica Burzichelli met when they were 10 years old, and they’ve been together ever since.Read More »from Man proposes with a music video to girlfriend he’s known since fifth grade
Finally, when they were ready to get married, Sam knew he knew he wanted to do something to special to commemorate their long journey together. So, with the help of his friends, Sam decided to make a music video.
Jessica thought they were just doing a favor for a friend by playing a couple in the video. But toward the end of the shoot, Sam got down on one knee and proposed, in a very emotional moment.
In May, the finished music video, with the song that Sam’s friend wrote for the couple, was posted to YouTube. It got picked up by local news sites, and now has over a million views.
We wonder if they were ever nominated “Couple most likely to get engaged in a music video”?
- Gwen Breitstein | Trending Now – Mon, Jun 22, 2015
Waking up from surgery is always a disorienting experience. Now imagine regaining consciousness and thinking that your hands are Pac-Man characters.
That's what happened to Jenn Peckham after she awoke from leg surgery.
Perhaps she was delirious from all her medications, but to amuse herself, Peckham started pretending that her hands were a little yellow fellow being chased by a ghost.
She posted the video to YouTube, writing, “After my leg surgery 6.16.15. My hands were the Pacman characters. Nothing else to explain haha."
Talk about your purrfect stowaway!Read More »from Cat survives epic flight on wing of plane
Pilot Romain Jantot had an unexpected passenger on his light-aircraft flight recently when midflight a cat appeared within the plane’s open-framed wing.
It’s unclear how the furry little creature was missed during the preflight check, but Jantot wrote that his experience showed the importance of “checking the wings before each flight.”
We don’t know how the cat held on that long until it landed safety back on the ground — on all four paws.
- Emily Scharnhorst | Trending Now – Mon, Jun 22, 2015
One of the greatest pieces of relationship advice is to not be too needy.Read More »from Cat demands attention in the most annoying way ever
It’s a piece of wisdom heeded by most people but absolutely zero cats.
Alexander Fredriksen’s cat, Nala, shows us just how felines play by their own rules.
In this video, uploaded to YouTube, we see how Alex’s cat demands attention while he plays his video games.
In the video description, he writes, “Our fluffy little creature Nala has a habit of seeking attention when our focus is on the television and not her.”
As cute and endearing as this video is, we do not recommend adapting this habit as a method of courtship.
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