As a counterpoint to 10 Hours of Walking in NYC as a Woman. Suffice it to say that they're two vastly different experiences.
Meet Sir Fedora.
While his Youtube name might conjure up images of a butthurt basement dweller forever stuck in the friendzone, in reality he's just a kid. Being a kid, he still has the ability to appreciate the little things in life (an ability that many adults sadly lack...). Little things like getting just one like on his videos. The internet caught wind of his enthusiasm, and his video thanking that random person who liked his video spread around. In 24 hours, it now has just shy of 500,000 views.
Forget Wagner's "Wedding March," how about that one song about how Paris Hilton got famous? An Illinois woman's happy-go-luck wedding entrance to Buckcherry's 2006 hit "Crazy B**Ch" has been causing a sort of ruckus on YouTube today, stirring up a whole lot of resentments from YouTubers who say that the bride disrespected the "sanctity of marriage."
A video clip of Jay-Z striking up a casual conversation with an elderly passenger on the subway is making the rounds, following yesterday's release of the rapper's latest documentary "Where I'm From." The soft-spoken lady, who seemed to be unaware of who she was talking to, has been identified as Ellen Grossman, a 67-year-old Brooklyn-born artist. For more details, check out The Guardian's interview article.
Portland's news station KGW-TV inadvertently hit a comedy gold mine during an interview with this local resident who suddenly derails from her witness account to reveal that "the vacuum cleaner man," who is presumably involved in the story at large, has seen her t*ts. "I know that's not going on TV, but it's true. I'm not here to lie to you," she said.
Abby Evans, a 4-year-old girl from Fort Collins, CO, is in the news media spotlight after a video of her grumbling about election news overload went viral on YouTube earlier this week. According to her mother Elizabeth, they were listening to NPR on their way to the grocery store when Abby suddenly started crying because she was tired of hearing about "Bronco Bamma" and Mitt Romney. NPR promptly responded with an apology to Abby in an article titled "Dear Little Girl: Sorry We Made You Cry About 'Bronco Bamma' And Mitt Romney."