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10 Most Popular Videos Of 2012 At Videolicious.tv [LIST]

Monday, December 31st, 2012

These are the 10 most popular videos of 2012 at Videolicious.tv for 2012, according to page views:

  1. Stewie & Brian Pitch WHeat Thins
  2. 3 Flash Mobs PSAs For Healthy Choices
  3. Ho Chi Minh City Time-Lapse
  4. How To Effortlessly (And Cleverly) Remove Yolk From Egg White
  5. The Most Poorly-Acted TV Commercial In The History Of The Universe
  6. Poop Already!
  7. San Francisco Days Before The Quake
  8. Amazing Jumping Robot
  9. Coke-Mentos Fueled LEGO Drag Racing
  10. Bomb Blasts Interrupt CNN Interview With Gaza Resident

Charlie The Unicorn Faces Down The Swankiest Bug In Outer Space [VIDEO]

Saturday, December 29th, 2012

The adventures of Charlie The Unicorn: Extremely bizarre and extremely hilarious! Found at YouTube from SecretAgentBob.

JibJab: 2012 Year In Review [VIDEO]

Thursday, December 20th, 2012

Hurricanes! The fiscal cliff! Honey Boo Boo Child! The bizarre events of 2012 look a lot like omens of the apocalypse! JibJab takes inspiration from the Mayan calendar in an animated musical extravaganza looking back at possibly the last year we’ll ever have to review. It’s 2012, the end is here! Found at YouTube from JibJab.

Adorably Gruesome Ways To Die [VIDEO]

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

This PSA campaign was produced by Melbourne, Australia’s Metro Trains in order to impress upon teens the importance of being careful around trains. Found at YouTube from DumbWays2Die via B.L. Ochman.

Classic Twinkies Television Commercial [VIDEO]

Sunday, November 18th, 2012

With news that Hostess is going under and perhaps with it, Twinkies, the world will be poorer as a result. All that may remain are the memories:
Found at YouTube from asteriskpix.

NASA’s Van Gogh Interpretation Of The Earth’s Airborne Particles [VIDEO]

Saturday, November 17th, 2012

NASA’s “Paint by Particle” video is a visualization of Earth’s aerosol movement (the suspension of airborne particles) from August 2006 to April 2007. Each color represents a different type of particle: dust (red), sea salt (blue), sulphate (white) and black and organic carbon (green). Found at Flickr from NASA Goddard Photo & Video via Mashable.