Who doesn't love YouTube?
I can find a video to make me happy, tick me off, or even just pass the time. There are always the tried-and-true ones I go back to, depending on what I'm going for at the moment. For example, if you want a pick-me-up sort of thing, 'Surprised Kitty' will never let you down:
Now, if you don't get all warm and fuzzy from that one, then you have a heart of stone and there's just no hope for you! Sorry.
What I love about videos like that is what happens once these videos become viral: Video Responses! LOVE THEM! Because, that's where you find videos like THIS:
Didn't see THAT ONE coming, did you?
Now, this guy takes his role way more seriously than the other guy:
The intensity in his eyes is just a little overwhelming for me. I wonder if he spends a day or two before he films pretending to be a cat so he can really get into his role....
Now, we can take a break from all the frat boys with too much free time and see something much more cute than awkward:
You must admit that she's pretty stinking cute!
Another wonderful variation sparked by one short clip of a cute kitten is its own brand of genius. Maybe Evil Genius would be a better description. Either way, it still makes me laugh!
Okay, so I can only laugh because I know it's NOT REAL. Also, there is some real talent out there that is, evidently, out of work. At least they have something to show for their time! Those guys seem to have a whole series of 'Cute Things Exploding.' You can't help but be impressed by their mad programming skillz. Or it could just be some 9-year-old evil genius in training. Who knows!
What I do know is that, when it comes to YouTube, you just can't beat the price of admission and you can even learn something new...if that's what you're looking to do! Trying to unlock or jailbreak something? Want to feel silly? There's probably a 12-year-old with a YouTube video to show you how to do it.
Well, it's noon and my stomach is telling me it's time to get some lunch. Darn that school schedule! It has me wanting everything to happen much sooner...including my own bedtime! Why does their school day make me so exhausted?