Jason Brown didn't leave the NFL due to a career-ending journey, but rather a higher-calling, one that did not involve all the fame or luxuries of professional spots. The then 24-year-old Brown signed a $37.5-million, five-year contract with the St. Louis Rams in 2009, making him the highest paid center in the league. After earning more than $25-million, he is now a full-time farmer in Louisburg, North Carolina, where has his very own 1,000-acre farm. Believe it or not, everything he knows about growing crops was learned through YouTube video tutorials. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the coolest flipbooks ever from Japan.
For those not familiar with Magic the Gathering, it's basically a trading card game created by Richard Garfield and first published in 1993 by Wizards of the Coast. Magic was the first trading card game produced and it continues to thrive. YouTube user "openboosters" managed to purchase some starter decks and booster packs from the game's very first release, called "Alpha", back when they first came out. Today, a single starter deck will set you back a cool $5,999 USD. He captured his latest opening on video, and managed to pull out one of the most valuable Magic cards yet. Continue reading to see the grade it received.
Another day, another baby turned internet star. This time, it's a confused baby girl who meets her father's twin brother for the very first time. While it's true that identical twins aren't 100% similar, but the reaction you're about to see is most certainly internet-worthy. Continue reading for more.
Ok, it's inevitable, coming across bad YouTube videos where the comments are more entertaining than the videos themselves that is. For example, the Need for Speed movie trailer may not be the most exciting thing in the world, but having Walter White telling Jesse Pinkman to get back to work, just makes it all the better. Continue reading for more.
Don't you hate when someone eavesdrops on your cell phone conversations? If so, then you probably won't be too fond of Greg Benson's latest prank where he pretends to be talking to someone on his own phone, but is actually responding to everything you're saying. Continue reading to see why his video has already received over 2.7-million-views in just a few days.
Actor and Vice co-founder Gavin McInnes recently uploaded a video of him play-fighting with his young son, whose weaknesses both tickles and wind, and in just 2-days, it has already received over 3-million-views. "This is a very little known technique for fighting babies - their Achilles heel is wind," Gavin says, as he blows in the child's face. Continue reading for the video.
When people think of babies, crying and pooping usually come to mind. However, this 10-month-old baby gets very emotional for a very different reason, her mother singing "My Heart Can't Tell You No". According to Canada's TVA, the little one is named Mary Lynne Leroux. Continue reading to see the video that's received over 12.2-million views in just under 2-weeks.
Royce Hutain, a photographer by trade, is also known as Visual Burrito on YouTube. Just 4-days ago, he uploaded a video of his 22-month-old daughter walking around in a custom LED suit, and it's already received over 10.5-million views. This project combined two of his talents: 1) Showcasing this adorable toddler in hilarious situations, and 2) the ability to make awesome LED suits. Continue reading to see why it become a viral hit.
In just 5-days, the short film, titled "Giving", has received over 3.3-million views on YouTube. It tells the tale of a petty thief that was just stealing to survive. After getting caught, a street vendor overhears the shop owner scolding the child and decides to pay for the items, along with a bag of soup. Continue reading to see the unexpected twist.
Jason recently had a hernia repair to fix residual tears from a previous surgery and upon waking from the surgery, he's disoriented and thinks that his wife was "a nice piece of eye candy" sent by the doctor. Continue reading to see why the video has already received over 1.9-million-views on YouTube.