Goodbye standing desks, hello ... wearable chairs?
The @techinsider video of a wearable chair that allows people to take a seat virtually anywhere sparked comparisons to a kick-stand and more.
I'm not sure the video killed the radio guy, but it certainly makes for an entertaining topic of discussion, or even a musical classic. If you've ever wondered what would be the result if you just search for video, you won't be disappointed, but maybe try adding a second word to the phrase, you might find what you're looking for.
When Twitter user @balqis_sidiqia recently shared this cartoon of a mom doing everything on her own while dad doing nothing, it got a lot of attention. The clip is originally from a Japanese anime series – Crayon Shin-chan – written and illustrated by Yoshito Usui.
Watch the latest parody from Zebra Corner, Boston Mahk: "In the latest Amazon commercial the world is overrun by festive singing packages, but what happens when these boxes are ripped open for their goodies inside? Do they scream in pain? Kinda terrifying, also how annoying would it be if you worked at an Amazon Fulfillment center with these things constantly singing all the time?"
This is Daisy. She's a little bit crazy and rambles on the phone a lot. Daisy is a 3 year-old girl from Dublin, Ireland who has become a viral sensation after video of her having a hilarious conversation with her imaginary friend on the phone made the rounds on the internet. Little Daisy Healy has her own YouTube channel called Crazy Daisy and it's so funny!
There's a new and brilliant Instagram account dedicated to collecting video footage of commuters in Sydney, Australia missing their trains. The account, @missedyabus, shows people running to catch their ride — and their devastation when they don't make it. It's highly amusing.