We have to admit, the results of this contest aren't too surprising. Sincerely, it's hard to imagine anything cuter than a baby tiger playing on a couch, which is why this video of a baby tiger jumping on the couch is taking home the prize for the Best Animal Video of 2012.
Last night's Golden Globes were certainly filled with some memorable moments. The Tommy Lee Jones death stare, Taylor Swift's disapproving face, Adele's delightful acceptance speech. But today most people are talking about Jodie Foster's sort of rambling acceptance speech for the Cecil B DeMille lifetime achievement award.
Holy cow, it's a dog that can drive! Sort of. Granted, we've seen dogs driving actual cars before, but this one is an enormous dog in a tiny Power Wheels. Plus he has no idea how to steer. The technical skill may not be as impressive as those w
O Canada! Our home and native land! Tim Hortons coffee in all thy sons command! Here are a bunch of older gentlemen singing a very lovely a cappella version of 'Can You Feel The Love' tonight in a Tim Hortons.
We commend these guys for humanely trapping and releasing a mouse. Too bad their plan backfired so very, very quickly. Seconds after being set loose in a field, a hawk swoops up and grabs it. Their reaction is priceless
If only something this entertaining happened at every primary school band concert. Usually it's just kids blowing half-heartedly into recorders while the audience longs for the sweet release of death. But not this time. This time there is a xylophone bashing maniac onstage, and it is the most glorious thing we've ever seen.
Hey, remember this picture of the drunk guy on a flight from Iceland to New York City who had to be restrained with duct tape and zip ties? Allegedly he started screaming on the flight and tried to choke a fellow passenger after drinking a bottle of duty-free alcohol. The crew had to get a little...inventive to resolve the situation. Their solution certainly restrained him, but didn't do much to shut him up, as we now know, thanks to this video of him trying to scream through the duct tape over his mouth.
This is Charles the lion dog. He does look pretty lion-y. It must be even more astounding in person, because one Norfolk, Virginia, resident saw him on the street and called the police, saying there was a lion on the loose and it was potentially looking for food.
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