Is your baby running amok? Are you tired of the back talking of your out-of-control toddler?
How to Dad is here to make it all better.
In this short video, "How to Dad" host Jordan Watson and his daughter run through the basics of childhood discipline and the various techniques any dad use. Watch and learn how to make sure your kid learns a thing or two about respect.
Happy Friday, friends and followers. It's that time of the week where we humbly present you with the best dank memes we've seen on Reddit. These spicy and stupid memes have been freshly harvested with care from the r/dankmemes subreddit. The may not be the most clever memes we've ever seen, but the gallery offers a healthy mix of relatable, nerdy, and the subtly offensive humor that normies may not enjoy. If you want more? We've got you covered with last week's offerings. They're arguably dumber but still a good time.
If you listen to Steve, that guy who stands at the end of my block holding a sign that reads “The End of Nigh,” then the end is nigh. Steve’s foresight that the world might be coming to an end should launch you into action, perhaps learning some important survival skills on how to survive the apocalypse. Sure, it’s important to know how to skin a deer with a paper clip, but also important, learning how to open a can of food with a spoon because the irony of having 10,000 spoons when all you need is a knife is no longer going to scare us.
Luckily for you and Steve, a YouTuber is here to help. Popular Life Hacker Dave Hax, who should rebrand to "Life Hax" immediately and has taught us how to make a chocolate Coca Cola bottle and "magnetic slime," has the solution we've been looking for. In this video, Hax teaches you how to open those pesky Campbell's chunky soup cans with a spoon. Use this information well. When the mysterious race of cloaked mutants has taken the world’s supply of can openers, this video could save your life.
In case you missed any of it... here is the entire year crammed in 6.5 minutes!
In the 2014 edition of its annual video mashup of the year's top memes and memorable moments, YouTube brought together over 100 creators and enlisted the help of DJ Earworm for the soundtrack.
"Wired" has a good piece explaining the background on these Rewind videos and how this most recent one was created. There's also a behind the scenes video of the process, which kicked off back in July.
YouTube also released a list of the top trending videos of the year, with "Spider Dog" winning 2014, and the super viral catcalling video rounding out the top 10.