Lots of videos to get into...so little time. Welcome back to another glorious Fun Video Friday...
Let's start this off with 10 bets you can win with your friends:
Rhett & Link once again team to create a low-rent local commercial, this time for Frontier Wok in Burbank, calling it "Kung Pow!"
This commercial for Snuffy the Seal gets the message out about a very special week in television:
Warwick Davis just deleted YouTube. How's he going to fix that?
Admit it. You always wanted to see these Disney princesses get what's coming to them:
Pepsi has Dynamo levitate near a double-decker bus in London:
Roller coasters and video are a perfect match, especially when they combine to create this POV video of the world's biggest roller coaster loop at Six Flags Magic Mountain:
And trains...don't forget trains. Darwinfish105 posted this cool video of Tokyo's Hyper Drive YURIKAMOME, in hyperlapse:
Zapatou has narrowed down the "best stunts on YouTube" from 187 videos:
ZeFrank measures time with jelly beans:
Slacktory knows how to kick your smoking habit (some bad language):
A juggling tour of Iceland, from "that juggler guy:"
When the Chicago Blackhawks scored two goals in 17 seconds in the third period after being down 2-1 in the deciding Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals, it was one of those all-time classic sports moments. Here's how fans in a Chicago bar reacted:
Rory McIlory versus a robot at a driving range:
The Top 10 most-paused moments in movie history, so says Watch Mojo:
Barely Political's "The Key of Awesome" makes fun of those people who play every part of a song and edit it together to form the best one-man band ever (some bad language):
Barack Obama gets dubbed, and what highly-emulated song would he possibly sing? Of course it's Daft Punk/Pharrell's "Get Lucky:"
What if John Lennon tried out for The Voice?
Andrew Huang has a song for 26 alphabetical genres:
BuzzFeed is here to give you some amazing facts about space:
ASAP Science shows you what 200 calories look like across a wide variety of foods:
Mental Floss - How 26 Alcoholic Drinks Got Their Name
Veritasium answers all your questions about electrons and protons:
VSauce wonders what the shortest poem is:
As always, have a terrific Friday.