Shia LaBeouf’s New Role as Actual Cannibal?

Tumblr, YouTube, Facebook, you name it; it seems you cannot go anywhere on the internet without hearing the reference of “Actual Cannibal Shia Labeouf” from some corner of the globe.

However, the reference has nothing to do with a new film role Shia’s booked for the upcoming year. It also has nothing to do with Shia’s personal dietary habits. Where the reference comes from actually
is from the delightfully twisted and hysterical new song written by songwriter Rob Cantor, entitled “Actual Cannibal Shia Labeouf”.

Originally posted on SoundCloud, Cantor’s little diddy tells the story of the listener getting lost in the woods, where they are attacked by actual cannibal Shia Labeouf. The listener then engages in a series of dramatic steps in an attempt to escape the woods safely. The song is absolutely hysterical, with just a touch of an absolutely frightening quality to really make the listener respond to … Read the rest…

Viral Video Exposes the Secret Behind Shocking Body Transformations

Vlogger Furious Pete seems so have solved the mystery behind those unbelievable before and after photos we have seen so many times on infomercials for weight loss products and training programs.

In this hilarious four minute video, which has received over 3 million hits on YouTube in only three days, Pete demonstrates how to make your body go from flab to fabulous in five hours. His secret? Starting with the after photo.

After pumping iron in the gym, tanning himself to a crispy golden brown, and setting up some lighting in his basement Pete transformed his body to look exactly like the countless number of after photos we have seen on television and in magazines. With a little help from photoshop, Pete’s body seemed flawless.

To prepare for the before video, Pete chugged two litres of soda, crushed a carton of chocolate milk, and snacked on a bag of potato … Read the rest…

Proposed Law Could Ruin YouTube Experience for Us All

Alright, whether you are a Belieber or not, do you think it’s fair to put Justin Bieber behind bars for up to five years because he got his start singing songs by other people on YouTube? No way!

But a new bill that’s getting passed around Congress, S.978, would make it a felony to post videos that contain copyright-infringing music. It’s not just Bieber who has been a party to this trend, but thousands of aspiring musicians and even just kids having fun.

Still, Bieber is certainly the biggest star these days who has his career thanks to YouTube, but if the bill had been passed, he could have faced jailtime for singing songs like Chris Brown’s “With You” on the internet. Hence, the name given to the efforts to stop this bill is “The Free Bieber campaign.”

Copyright law is so out of control that just singing someone else’s … Read the rest…

Petworking, the Newest Trend

For those of us with cats, it may not come as great of a shock considering a cat’s propensity to sit on laptops or put their paws on a keyboard resulting in many unintended messages like “sssssssssssdfjl,” but according to a study published today by PetPlan insurance, one in ten pets in the UK have their own Facebook, Twitter or YouTube account.

That’s right, 10 percent! Animals have infiltrated the social networks in a trend deemed “petworking.” Boo, an absolutely adorable dog on Facebook, has his own page and is liked by nearly 1.4 million people. Beast, the dog of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, has more than 146,000 “likes.”

The study even suggested that some “animals are more popular than celebrities on Facebook and other social networking sites.” It is, for instance, relatively likely that you’ve come across a video of Maru the cat on YouTube as readily as you … Read the rest…

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