Here’s the list of the top 5, funniest viral videos for the week of February 21, 2015.
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It’s Saint Patrick’s Day! So celebrate with these funny and clever quotes, poems, and sayings to get you into the Irish spirit.
March 14, 2015, is Pi Day. But this year’s math celebration is more important because 3/14/15 are the first five numbers of pi. And more happens at 9:26:53 a.m. and p.m.
The question is, “What day is Saint Patrick’s Day 2015?” is on everyone’s mind. Find out the date and other information on this Irish-American holiday.
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It’s the Chinese New Year and it’s the Year of the Goat! Celebrate the Lunar New Year with these fun drinking games with rules provided.
Want to celebrate the Lunar New Year? Here are five fun ideas for the whole family.
A little girl filming a science project tutorial video for the baking soda and vinegar volcano experiment could have used some help pouring the vinegar.
Google is celebrating the Chinese New Year on February 19, 2015 with its Google Doodle. The animation is of a ram, which this year will be celebrating.
It’s the Chinese Lunar New Year, and it’s year 2129 or 4713 in the calendar. There’s some confusion whether it’s the zodiac year of the sheep, ram, or goat, too.
February 18, 2015 is the beginning of Lent for Christians, the 40 days of reflection before Easter and the resurrection of Jesus. But what does the Bible say?
It’s Lent and if you’re Christian you have 40 days ahead of you to give up something for the season. Here are some funny memes to get you through it.
Ever wonder what your Chinese zodiac sign is? Check in here for your astrology needs, your birth chart years and calendar dates.
A United Kingdom Krispy Kreme apologized after starting a “Krispy Kreme Klub” promo campaign, oblivious to the association with the Ku Klux Klan hate group.
Want to celebrate Chinese New Year the right way? Here are some ideas for having fun on this important holiday.
On Ash Wednesday, the religious put up selfies with ashes on their foreheads to show they have started their Lenten journeys.