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Don’t take the cinnamon challenge. That’s the advice from doctors in a new report about a dangerous prank depicted in popular YouTube videos that has led to hospitalizations and a surge in calls to U.S. poison centers.
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“I get tired or I get sick of it,” Psy said of “Gangnam Style” during a news conference in Singapore in December. However the South Korean sensation feels about his infectious song and dance, there’s certainly one thing that he can’t complain about: Cold, hard cash.
Canadian whiz kids pulled the wool, or the feathers, over the eyes of millions of Internet users with a fake video showing a golden eagle trying to snatch a child in a Montreal park.
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As it turns out, it’s not just Justin Bieber’s world.
South Korean rapper Psy’s contagious hit, “Gangnam Style,” just nabbed quite the impressive title from the Biebs’ “Baby,” becoming the most-watched YouTube video of all time.
”Hi! This is why you don’t buy an iPad from Walmart,” a young man explains at the beginning of a YouTube video before turning the camera to his fellow Walmart associates, who are throwing — and occasionally dropping — some boxes.
“See? We like to throw s***,” the man clarifies, while standing in the stockroom of a Walmart in Pikeville, Kentucky. “That’s iPad number three we’ve thrown.”
Those at Walmart’s corporate offices were not amused by the antics.
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In a week when women voters were game changers in a presidential election where some women’s rights — such as equal pay — were at stake, it was neat to see a spunky 9-year-old girl get recognition on a very different playing field.
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On a dare, a kid in New York City licked an entire handrail at the entrance of the subway for a dollar— and presumably all the benefits of YouTube stardom. This, it goes without saying, is gross. But we wanted to know exactly how gross it is.
On a day that shattered records — and perhaps the confidence of electro-pop duo LMFAO — Guinness World Records announced that the video for “Gangnam Style,” by Korean rapper PSY is the most liked video in YouTube history.