Australian punk rock piper Cam McAzie, aka The BadPiper, covers Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You’. So if you’ve ever wondered what would one of rock’s classic anthems sound on bagpipes, here’s your chance to find out:
This clip from the Japanese TV show Kasou Taishou shows a group of girls dancing in front of a mirror. Or so it seems until you hit the 1:30 mark in the video…
Pentti Arajarvi, husband of Finnish president Tarja Halonen, was caught on camera staring at Princess Mary of Denmark’s boobs during a state dinner hosted by the Queen of Denmark in Copenhagen last month. Princess Mary noticed it too because she had a sudden urge to cover up her cleavage.
Artist Sonja Hinrichsen made these drawings in the snow near Steamboat Springs, Colorado, at Rabbit Ears Pass – one step at the time. Photographer Cedar Beauregard captured her in action from the helicopter.
From the German sketch comedy TV show ‘Knaller Frauen‘: the daughter asks her dad if he likes the new iPad he got for his birthday and boy did Grandpa find a way to use it. Watch what happened:
Jacobsen…faster than sheep!
John Cleese has some funny and interesting replies to the comments left on Monty Python YouTube videos.
David McIntosh from The Yale Spizzwinks has a VERY deep voice. Here he is singing the Tennessee Ernie Ford classic ‘Sixteen Tons’:
Remove is the name of a new app that erases unwanted people and objects from your smartphone photos. Created by the Swedish photo software company Scalado, Remove uses its new patented object removal technology to capture several images in a row, analyze them and automatically create a composite photo of the missing background, allowing you to eliminate unwanted objects manually.
Giorgio Fareira, aka the Sonic Drive-Thru singer that went viral with his fast-food order song, was on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Monday and took his guitar around Burbank to serenade some more unsuspecting people…