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I'm not sure the video killed the radio guy, but it certainly makes for an entertaining topic of discussion, or even a musical classic. If you've ever wondered what would be the result if you just search for video, you won't be disappointed, but maybe try adding a second word to the phrase, you might find what you're looking for.

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Superman & Lois is the latest CW show set in the Arrowverse, and it promises to adapt the couple's famous, long-enduring relationship in a grounded and thoughtful way. You know, basically the exact opposite of how it goes in the comics where we get Lois trying to kill herself for Superman's pleasure, the seduction of multiple babies, and Superman transforming his girlfriend "plump" and also an entirely different race. This is Canonball.

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Iconic Australian comedy duo, Hamish and Andy, got together to see how far they could get their car to run after the tank went into empty land. It's a recipe for our favorite kind of fail. And honestly, it's pretty wild with how far they actually got the car to run. 

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Woman Discovers Mysterious Room Behind Bathroom Mirror

Um, so this feels like it's right out of a horror movie. It somehow gets creepier as the storyline progresses, and we get a taste of what's behind the bathroom mirror in this New Yorker's apartment. You're not alone if you're feeling inspired to inspect the space behind your bathroom mirror(s) now. 

Woman discovers mysterious room behind bathroom mirror.
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You've got to hand it to Shaq for following through on the bet. Couldn't have been easy, but he's a man of his word. This isn't the first time we've gotten some gold from Shaq on live TV. Check out the time that Shaq ate it hard on live TV, and wholesome gold ensued

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I mean, hey, even the most intellectually gifted beings on this planet need to give their brains some down time every now and again. This Border Collie just got caught up in a vulnerable moment. That's all. With that being said, this is certainly an entertaining development. Shout out to @gee.way.77 for the comedy gold!

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As many times as one watches this clip, it only results in more questions than answers. Where'd that guy come from? What's that other guy doing? What is going to happen after? Sure it has Oblivion music under it, and it does play out kind of like a glitched-out NPC interaction, but at its heart this is just an extremely weird sequence of events.

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So well, apparently there are reports that this story could just be a work of fiction. Regardless it makes for quite the entertaining rollercoaster. 

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At least Woody Harrelson embraced his embarrassing discovery in the middle of an interview with no ego and full humility. It really does seem like he never made that connection that Liam Hemsworth's brother is in fact Chris Hemsworth. 

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While this is absolutely cringe gold, you've also got to hand it to this guy for getting up there and proceeding to work through is bit with nothing short of heroically stubborn fortitude. I'd love to be able to peer behind the veil and read the minds of the folks sitting around when he pulled up and did his thing. 

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Teacher/Comedian/Definitely-Not-Will-Forte Devin Siebold introduces the many technological pitfalls of being a teacher in a pretty standard classroom. It's a little reassuring and a lot disappointing to learn that things in the classroom haven't changed much in the last few decades. Where's the overhead projector?

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Just in case you haven't seen "Ratatouille" you might consider remedying that as soon as possible. The movie is brimming with good vibes, and packs a wonderful storyline that follows an initially aimless, aspiring chef in Paris that ends up being able to ride on the coattails of a rat. But that's all we'll give away for now. This viral video from Tik Tok user, mmmjoemele, has his dad being transformed to be the spitting image of Ratatouille's notorious food critic, Anton Ego. 

For some more entertaining "Ratatouille" content check out this Tumblr thread that pays homage to all of the film's struggling protagonist, Linguini's, struggles.

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Honestly, all this exceptional drone footage does a phenomenal job at painting a picture of sharks actually being peaceful. Of course, it can be hit or miss, and one should always exercise caution when you're swimming around in their domain, but it's nice to see that some of the massive beings don't live down to the nasty stereotype perpetuated by various films in Hollywood. 

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On the one hand, part of you might actually feel bad for this dude. However, on the other hand, he did approach the whole situation with a palpable amount of obnoxious cockiness. He certainly managed to humble himself on live TV when it was all said and done. 

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So, apparently these Sixgill sharks can get up to 11-14 feet. Reports also indicate that they're generally harmless (unless they see camera flashes), like to chill out in the deep depths, and are known to hang out closer to the surface at nighttime. So basically, if you're a diver who likes to go for night dives in the Puget Sound, you might come across one of these behemoths. 

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Honestly, this insanely lengthy water slide adventure looks like it'd be very inviting for anyone looking to drift off into dreamland for a bit. The sound of the water, the fresh air, the scenery provided by nature, etc...all about it. Might want to pack a bottle of water and a snack for the journey though. 

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Did you wake up today thinking that what you were lacking in your world was being able to see a couple adorable, radical looking birds play some heavy metal? No, no you probably didn't. But alas, here we are. The internet doing what it does best: creating humorous chaos from nothing. We're ready for the album at this point.