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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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You've probably been tricked before, but probably not like this. These two mind-bending videos are some of the coolest optical illusions we've come across online, and they involve normal people as well as celebrities. Let's just say that you won't look at some of them the same way ever again. Continue reading to see why.

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Did you know that YouTube began as a venture-funded technology startup, primarily from a $11.5 million investment by Sequoia Capital between November 2005 and April 2006? That's right, YouTube's early headquarters were situated above a pizzeria and Japanese restaurant in San Mateo, California. Continue reading to see a few weird comments that just might be more interesting than the videos.

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Some people become famous on the internet for performing dangerous stunts, Karen Cheng decided to learn how to dance in a year for online fame. According to Karen, this was her secret: "I practiced everywhere. At bus stops. In line at the grocery store. At work - Using the mouse with my right hand and practicing drills with my left hand. You don't have to train hardcore for years to become a dancer. But you must be willing to practice and you better be hungry." Continue reading to see why her video already received over 1.2-million views in just 2-days.

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Have you ever witnessed a baby escaping from their crib? If not, this viral video has plenty of them doing so, complete with the Mission Impossible music. Now if these parents were to have used high-tech cribs with higher walls and / or motion-sensing alarms, escape might not have been an issue, or so we think. Continue reading to see more.

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There are babies who love self-portraits, and then Dragon Baby. If you haven't already noticed, he's dressed in a full Bruce Lee-inspired yellow tracksuit, and has the moves to back it up. Continue reading to see why this video has already received over 27-million views on YouTube.

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