Articles Tagged with youtube

Always Wants ‘Like A Girl’ To Mean Amazing Things [VIDEO]

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In our society, the term “like a girl” is usually associated negatively, such as “hit like a girl” or “run like a girl.” In short, it is usually associated with weakness or inferiority. But why? Why is it that such a term even exists? Is it because of the relational view with the masculine and… Read more »

The SciShow Explains How Animals Re-Grow Limbs [VIDEO]

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The Youtube channel SciShow recently made a video showing viewers how some animals are able to re-grow limbs. In a related report by The Inquisitr, regeneration of limbs for humans might be possible in the next decade with the help of stem cell research. Right now, the ground-breaking research has been linked to muscle regeneration…. Read more »

Giant Bubbles Popping In Slow Motion Is Mesmerizing [VIDEO]

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YouTube channel The Slow Mo Guys recently released their latest slow mo video of giant bubbles popping… and it is quite mesmerizing! In recent articles by The Inquisitr, we reported on watching many things in slow motion for your entertainment. This includes watching paint explode and skateboard tricks. Personally, I really enjoy watching our slow… Read more »

UALR Baseball Coach Resigns After Expletive-Laden Meltdown

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University of Arkansas at Little Rock baseball coach Scott Norwood has resigned from his position after Deadspin obtained audio of the coach having an expletive-laden meltdown on his players — following a win (Deadspin‘s audio player cannot be embedded. You’ll need to click over to the site to listen to the full recording). Deadspin reports… Read more »

Lana Del Rey’s ‘Brooklyn Baby’ Is An Ode To Hipsters

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Lana Del Rey is certainly excited to release her follow-up album to Born To Die next week. The sultry singer has been teasing tracks off her sophomore record all month, and her latest, “Brooklyn Baby,” can only be refered to as “a devotional to hipsters”. In typical Lana fashion, a few of the memorable lyrics… Read more »

Jimmy Fallon Dethrones Kimmel as King of the Viral Video

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Jimmy Fallon is proving that he has staying power. The new Tonight Show host has been receiving a slew of rave reviews and positive feedback, with the highest praise coming from former Tonight Show host Jay Leno. What is it about Fallon that’s making it work so well? First of all, he’s likable. He’s lighthearted… Read more »

Viral Video Proves You Don’t Mess With An Indian Father

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Since the advent of the internet and YouTube, video pranking has become very popular among the youth of India. Youngsters are trying to think of outrageous gags and elaborate plans to trick their friends and family, then video tape the mayhem that follows. However, when an Indian youth thought of pranking his father, the plan… Read more »

Google-YouTube Is Totally Buying Twitch For $1B. Here’s Why

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Get ready to have Google Now suggest ways for you to not suck so bad at Spelunky. According to new reports, Google’s YouTube is in talks to buy the Twitch video game-streaming service for a cool billion. This is the sort of thing where neither company will say anything until the ink is well dried… Read more »

Turkey Bans YouTube

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Turkey banned YouTube Thursday just days after banning the social networking ...

Violinist Lindsey Stirling Goes Viral

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Classical violinist Lindsey Stirling has once again reached viral status, this time with her new music video, “Beyond The Veil.” The song is one of 12 on her newest album, Shatter Me. With over 1 million views and climbing, “Beyond the Veil” is even more popular than her 2012 YouTube hit, Crystallize, which features the… Read more »

Roku Streaming Stick Hits Market, Death Knell For Google Chromecast?

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The Roku Streaming Stick hit the market today, and the new device could spell trouble for Google’s streaming device, the Chromecast. Both devices are small, about the size of a pack of gum, and plug directly into a television set’s HDMI port. Both offer significant advantages for customers who want a low-cost means to turn… Read more »