Blake Shinn had a wardrobe malfunction at the Canterbury Racecourse in Australia when his pants fell down and his butt was out for the whole stadium to see.
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President Obama stopped by the The Colbert Report while it was filming in Washington, DC. He took over the segment “The Word” and made it “The Decree.”
This poor pup got into his owner’s sticky mousetraps and winded up getting them stuck on his paws.
Murphy the Australian cattle dog was playing fetch with his owner. He chased the ball into the kitchen and slid head first into the oven window.
This horse has got a rhythm, so no wonder why it was invited into the house. As mariachi music plays, a horse ridden by a caballero dances a fancy piaffe.
A little boy taking a bath with a baby monkey leaves a lot of questions unanswered, but it’s too cute not to watch.
Steven Brundage is a magician who got pulled over by police after a holiday party gig. To get out of a ticket, he did a magic trick with a Rubik’s Cube.
Here’s the list of the top 5, funniest viral videos for the week of December 6, 2014. From a hockey “meow” interview to a Target Black Friday pep talk!
5-year-old Jordan Bijan wants to teach you how to write a rap song in 30 seconds. And while he shows you, he might give rapper Drake a huge diss.
Ray Kaunisto is a hockey player with the Kalamazoo Wings of the ECHL. In a recent sports interview, Kaunisto fit seven “meows” in like Super Troopers.
A Target employee gives an impassioned speech a la Gerard Butler’s King Leonidas in “300” before opening doors to Black Friday shoppers. “THIS IS TARGET!”
Parks & Recreation star Nick Offerman, maybe better known as his character Ron Swanson, is well known both on-and-off the show for his masculinity. He’s no nonsense and likes whiskey and woodworking.
Watch Stephen Colbert react to the new Star Wars VII trailer as he breaks down the new lightsaber.
Anthony VIncent covers Mariah Carey’s pop Christmas anthem ranging in styles from Blink 182 to Meshuggah to Alvin & the Chipmunks to Bing Crosby. Watch it here.
A father at an electronic music festival jams out to the phat beats while wearing a fanny pack and ankle high socks. His son pretends not to notice.
Michigan FOX 2’s Charlie Langton gave a pre-state championship interview with Warren De La Salle High School about their game against Muskegon Mona Shores. Hilarity ensued.