If you've ever watched TV shows like 'Long Island Medium,' you've seen the stunned looks on people's faces when the psychics start to get positive "hits." The guy in the video above amazes strangers with specific information, but there's one catch: he's not even a little bit psychic.
People have gone from having real talent and becoming famous by hard work to becoming famous because they're seen on YouTube. The videos on the viral site can send someone directly to the top if they're seen by enough people. This is a list of the videos that were seen the most on YouTube this year:
Ever wonder what to do with all those water bottles that have been accumulating on your front porch? Well, if your dog is anything like this dog, you might want to give them to him. Watch as this dog has a ball with all the water bottles. I would just take the caps off so that your dog doesn't choke on them like this one almost does.
YouTube has made it easy for people who make parodies of songs go viral. A couple months ago, there was a parody of the LMFAO song "Sexy and I Know It" called "Pregnant and I Know It." Now, there's one out there for all the farmers. It's called "I'm Farming and I Grow It." Check it out!
Ok...I'm not much into Justin Bieber but my kids are. So if you got a kick out of the "Goat Yells Like A Man" video that I put up last night (like some people in the office did according to my voicemail), then you might get a kick out of the remix!
I'm always surprised to see the videos that go viral. This one has almost 2 million hits! I don't know what this goat is yelling about but he really does sound like a person. A friend of mine from Twitter told me to watch it and I did...so now I'm passing it on to you.
Have you seen the CDs that take current songs and turn them into Lullabies ? This baby certainly wouldn't be into them. He'd rather rock out to Pantera!
In addition to the rockin' metal head baby here are nine more amazing videos that the Internet graced us with this week.
This week was flourishing with viral videos, but we managed to narrow hundreds down to a single top 10. (Confession: We may have had some help from our clap-o-meter.)
Among the privileged were a real-life re-enactment of the popular mobile game, 'Angry Birds,' put on by T-Mobile in Barcelona. Even with the popularity of the iPhone and Android game, we were still surprised when the video blew past