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This almost seems too good to be true.


Hot on the heels of "Alex from Target," this clip of a guy dancing while swiffering in his underwear is now literally everywhere.

Jimmy Pope, the nearly-naked star of the video, was cleaning up after a Halloween party, and strutting his stuff to Sheena Easton's "Morning Train" when his roommate caught him on camera.

The video has picked up more than 4 million views since it was posted last week, and it was featured all over the morning talk shows Monday including The Today Show, Good Morning America, and The View.

Twitter, doing what Twitter does best, helped spread the video with the hashtag #willworkforpants.

The uploader, Justin Chen, posted about all the exposure on his Facebook page:

"This isn't real life. It's some kind of weird joke and it's weirding me out.

No word yet on whether Breakr is also claiming responsibility for this video's success.

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This GoPro camera has boldly gone where no GoPro camera has gone before.

Well, they have been nearly everywhere at this point, but this one is definitely hard to beat.

Over the summer, astronauts from NASA and the European Space Agency inserted a sealed GoPro camera into a water bubble to investigate water surface tension in microgravity on the International Space Station.

They also shot the video with a 3D camera, so if you have red-blue stereoscopic 3D vision glasses, you can watch that version here.

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It's that time of the year again, when no one shaves, and your Instagram and Facebook feeds are taken over by beard and mustache selfies to raise awareness about men's health and prostate cancer.

As Movember kicks off this week, Singer Jesse Hawkins has done the inevitable and released a cover of Frozen's "Let It Go" appropriately titled "Let It Grow."

And on a similar note, here's a game where you can shave Elsa… for some reason.

Image via: girlgames.com

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Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield recorded a cover of David Bowie's "Space Oddity" from space aboard the International Space Station- which is pretty much the coolest thing ever. But the video, which was recorded back in 2013, was only allowed to exist on YouTube for a year, according to an agreement with Bowie.

Fortunately, the two have worked things out and the video has now made it's way back online.

Hadfield described this situation in a post on his website, and included an explanation for recording it in the first place:

"It was a chance to let people see where we truly are in space exploration. We're not just probing what lies beyond Earth - we inhabit it."

Prior to its removal, the video had picked up more than 23 million views.

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