That Harlem Shake thing is really catching on. We hope it's the next 'Gangnam Style,' although that's mostly because these videos are only 30 seconds long. This version of the Harlem Shake features actual firemen in a fire truck. The thing we're left wondering though is
We only know a few things about the person who made this, and these are things we've deduced. They own a lot of LEGOs. They have an ENORMOUS room. They also have a lot of spare time and patience. And they don't mind the sound of plastic clanking together
Of all the things people make videos of themselves doing, we have to say this is probably our favorite. It's more entertaining than planking, and doing a Google image search for it isn't nearly as traumatizing as it was for milking. These days everybody's doing the Harlem Shake.
Today would have been Bob Marley's 68th birthday. The legendary musician and activist still has quite a following, despite passing away almost 22 years ago. One of the big differences between then and now is that now most people feel the best way to express their appreciation is to smoke a bunch of weed and then write about it on Twitter
Left on her own without legal representation, this girl (who was awaiting arraignment for a first arrest) was in over her head. It probably also didn't help that she didn't get the sobering reality of being physically present in court to knock some sense into her, since this is a video arraignment taking place from jail, where she is nervous and surrounded by other inmates. Oh, and it doesn't help that this judge is clearly some kind of jerk.
Camille and Kennerly Kitt are back, and this time they've gone dark. We've seen these identical twin harpists do the theme to 'Game of Thrones.' We've seen them do Zelda. We've even seen them cover Rihanna. Now they're focusing their attention on the Rolling Stones in this version of 'Paint It Black.'
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