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Watch a Little Girl and Her Dad Dance to Ariana Grande’s “Problem”

This will make your day

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Most little girls ask their dad for a pony, or like, an iPad or another iSomething. But this little girl asked her father for a different gift: the gift of joining her in a choreographed dance to Ariana Grande’s hit song “Problem.”

As you can see, he was game — and the results are pretty adorable.

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This Dad Break Dances with His Daughter When He Gets Home from Work

Fair warning: This video may also get Ke$ha stuck in your head

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When you’re a toddler, there isn’t much that is more exciting than having one of your parents come home from work. One Kentucky family decided to make the occasion even more joyful by staging nightly daddy-daughter dances in their drive way.

For the last few weeks, when Justin Price gets home after a day at work, he parks his truck, cranks up Ke$ha’s and Pitbull’s “Timber” and starts dancing with his two-year old daughter, Malli. The video, posted by Price’s wife, Chessi, shows a sweet and celebratory dance-off complete with some solo twerking and synchronized fist-pumping that will make you want to throw down with your own dad.

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Dog Steals Baby’s Toy and Then Repents by Showering Her With Gifts

It's so comforting to see them make amends

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When this dog named Charlie decided to help himself to his human sister’s stuffed animal, he made her cry, because obviously. That was a pretty rotten thing to do. Charlie seems to realize this pretty quickly, because he attempts to apologize to her by bringing her a series of new toys. The remorse he feels is quite palpable.

Note: the music in this video gets to be a bit much, so we suggestmuting it and adding your own soundtrack. We recommend a classic apology track, like Elton John’s “Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word”:

(h/t BuzzFeed)

 

 

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Weird Al Yankovic Makes Fun of Your First World Problems

Forgetting the name of your gardener? No gluten-free cookies in the airport lounge? So annoying.

The sixth installment of Weird Al Yankovic’s eight videos in eight days campaign takes a stab at those of us with First World problems. If you’ve ever been plagued with petty inconveniences like un-foamed coffee, bills to large for a vending machine, filling up on bread at lunch and not leaving room for tiramisu, then you’ve got First World problems. In a song set to the musical styling of the Pixies, Weird Al dons a blonde wig and plays a spoiled, rich man whose life appears to be a series of frustrations borne from having too little to worry about.

Embedding of the video won’t be available until July 21, but you can watch it here now.

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WATCH: Weird Al Makes Fun of Every College Fight Song

They all sound the same

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“Weird Al” Yankovic has been parodying songs by prominent pop artists – from “Word Crimes”, the grammar-themed spoof on Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”, to “Tacky”, a spoof on Pharrell Williams’s “Happy”, to “Handy”, a spoof on Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy.”

His latest music video makes fun of every college fight song. Sample lyric: “We’re great, and you suck.”

Cheer that way at your own risk, for some sports are trying to crack down on vulgar chants.

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Dog Casually Relieves Itself in the Background of a BBC Weather Report

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During a live report for BBC Breakfast, weather presenter Carol Kirkwood was totally upstaged by a dog that wandered into the shot and then squatted to calmly relieve herself. Back in the studio, the show’s hosts naturally began to giggle and tell Kirkwood not to turn around.

The pooch was later outed as Connie, who belongs to a BBC producer:

Oh, and in case you’re wondering, BBC confirmed that it was a “number one”.

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Watch the “Brooklyn Girls” Music Video Everybody Hates

Breaking news: Brooklyn is officially no longer cool

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Catey Shaw posted her “Brooklyn Girls” music video to YouTube just two days ago, and it’s already going viral — because it’s making people so upset. Anyone who has ever actually been to Brooklyn must roll their eyes at the White Girl Problems-style lyrics: sure, rent is cheaper in Brooklyn than in Manhattan, but wearing combat boots and drinking PBR in Bushwick does not a “gritty” gal make.

Vice is calling Shaw the “Rebecca Black of Brooklyn Gentrification.” Yikes.

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Weird Al’s Parody of Lorde’s “Royals” Is About…Foil

You might even be blinded by science

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“Weird Al” Yankovic’s latest music video is a parody of Lorde’s “Royals” about aluminum foil. It also features a cameo by Patton Oswalt.

Sample lyric: “I just like to keep all my flavors sealed in tight / with aluminum foil (foil) / never settle for less / that kind of wrap is just the best / to keep your sandwich nice and fresh.” Things start to get a little weird, however, when he starts ranting about conspiracy theories.

Weird Al is releasing a music video a day for eight days to promote his new album Mandatory Fun, which came out July 15. Past spoofs include a parody of Pharrell Williams’s “Happy” called “Tacky” and a grammar-themed parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” called “Word Crimes.”

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Little Girl Breaks Down Crying When Her Parents Surprise Her With a Puppy

Best birthday present ever

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When this eight-year-old girl closed her eyes and held out her hands to receive a birthday gift from her parents, she had no idea she’d be getting a dog. This surprise, it turns out, caused her to break down in an emotional fit of happy tears. She’s just so overwhelmed and thrilled to have her very own cute puppy! We’d probably react the same way if someone gave us a puppy right now.

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Watch: A Trans-Pacific Flight From Tokyo to San Francisco in 84 Seconds

Here's the view most passengers don't get to see

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A flight from Tokyo to San Francisco usually takes about 9 hours and 35 minutes, but the video above compiles over 3,400 images to create an 84-second timelapse of the trans-Pacific journey.

The video, captured from inside a Boeing 747, shows a stunning dashboard view of the ocean behind layers of clouds.

Our favorite part? Seeing the plane speed into the sunrise starting at around 0:43.

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