Remember How Snail Mail Worked?

By Wendy Carrillo

Remember life before the digital age? The Holderness Family does! These YouTube famous parents are totally winning at parenting by singing about the trials and tribulations of snail mail to their offspring. All to the tune of Billy Joel's "Piano Man."

"It's gross!" exclaims the daughter when she licks a stamp.
So gross.
"It gross," responds the dad, "but at the time it was our technique!"


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"Diet Racism," A Soda For Slightly Racist People

By Danny Vega

"If there's a black entertainment network, shouldn't there be a white entertainment network?" starts this sketch by CollegeHumor. The answer, of course, is, have you seen television? Every channel is a white entertainment network! This sketch makes fun of people who say blatantly racist things, but don't "directly contribute to oppression." It addresses those who are "afraid of blacks and Latinos, but would never say that out loud," and the best part by far is what sports team considers this their official beverage (1:08). Perfecto.

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Little Boy Rants At Mom For Having Another Baby

By Danny Vega

This little boy, Tré, is mad at mama for having another baby, and it is hilarious. He actually says, "This is exasperating!" and then accuses his mom of trying to replace him. Mom tries to reassure him that no one is being replaced, but he is seriously worked up. He says, "This makes no sense!" Mom tries to get him on board, asking Amaya, his little sister, if she's happy to have another sibling. Amaya plays it neutral, and the little boy then does my favorite thing ever: just points at his mom and says, "What kind of baby is that?"

Tré then rants on about how a baby boy's crying is worse than a baby girl's, based on some anecdotal evidence, and asks his mom to buy him earplugs (1:35). Classic.

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10 Reasons To Celebrate William Levy Today

You may know him from "Dancing with the Stars," "La Tempestad" or from one of his many shirtless magazine-cover pics. Mr. William Levy is an all-around Latino superstar, and today, on his birthday we offer 10 reasons he should be celebrated. Feliz cumpleaños, Mr. Levy! 34 never looked so good.

How To Work Out At Home

Why go to a state-of-the-art gym or outside to enjoy the beautiful weather when you can work out in the comfort of your own home? It's not as easy as it looks though. Shopping for that cute outfit no one will see, constant water breaks and taking post work out selfies are all part of the successful home workout regime inspired by Nikki. This workout routine is guaranteed to do wonders, just look at how good Nikki looks eating that cupcake after.

9 Most Random Venues For A Bar

Drinking is always more fun when you drink in a weird space. Not weird like a bodega, but weird like a bodega that's also a bar. We decided to ditch the traditional dive bars and searched high and low for those unique, strange and downright random places that also happen to be bars. You may need a drink after reading this list.

This SnapChat Story Takes A Turn For The Worse

By Danny Vega

People jump into a crowd, everyone chants "USA," Journey plays — it seems like this girl had one hell of a night partying. Then, OUT OF NOWHERE, things take a turn for the worse. I won't spoil it, but let's just say at 0:54, this night isn't concluding at Jack in the Box. Someone makes the point regarding what's happened, "It's really not funny," and the girl shooting the video says, "That sh*t is real." Yes, yes, it's very real. What a welcome week these kids had. Maybe next time leave out the arson? Just my opinion.

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S.O.S. This Chunky Prairie Dog

By Danny Vega

A couple taking a desert drive discovered one of nature's rarest animals: a prairie dog so fat, it was stuck in a burrow, its natural habitat. Fast-forward to 1:19 to see this bloated desert rat being carefully taken out of its home. The engorged rodent doesn't even take a second to show his gratitude and immediately runs off into the desert.

Let's face it: He's probably running somewhere to get food. Someone tell this critter to lay off the sour cream and nopales.

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Add Coconut to Your Grilled Corn. Mind Blown.

By Wendy Carrillo

It's Labor Day weekend, ya'll. And we're hungry. Hungry for some corn on the cob and some carne asada. But maybe this time around, you want to mix it up a little. You don't want plain old mayonnaise on your corn because you want to impress your friends. Maybe, just maybe, you want to add some coconut. Yeah, that's right, coconut.

This video by BBQ Barry has the answer to our grilled sweet corn dreams. You're welcome.

Nom nom nom.

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Update On Dude Sinking In Kayak

A few weeks ago, we came across a hilarious video on YouTube of a hilarious red-headed guy named Max, who was freaking out because his kayak was sinking.

At the time, the video had a few thousand views, but now it’s surpassed 1 million hits! We're obsessed with the video, as are many others, so we caught up with Max Miller, 21, and Sarah Offenburger, 21, his friend who filmed his kayak craziness.

Flama: When and where did the kayak trip take place?

Sarah: The kayak trip took place at Max’s family cabin in northern Wisconsin. We went there in July for a spur-of-the-moment vacation.

Flama: How do you guys know each other?

Sarah: We went to high school together and have been best friends ever since.

Flama: Was Max drunk in the kayak?

Max: No! I was having a panic attack!

Flama: How did Max eventually get out of the water?

Sarah: I ended up tying his kayak to mine as he swam to shore. We didn't know it at the time, but the “shore” was full of rose bushes and marsh, which Max realized when he took one step and sunk down.

Flama: Did you guys foresee the video going viral?

Max: Yes. I was born to be famous.

Sarah: We had no idea it would go viral. We first showed our family and close friends, who told me to put it on Facebook. Since some of our relatives don't have Facebook, they wanted a way to view the video, so I put it on YouTube. It only had a few hundred views for a few days, and overnight, it jumped to thousands of views. We were shocked!

Flama: What have been some of the best comments so far?

Sarah: One of my favorite comments is a woman who wrote that she was undergoing radiation treatments and our video brightened her day, which is exactly what we wanted the video to do.

Max: One guy said to hold my head underwater till I drowned. That was pretty funny.

Flama: When are you guys taking a trip together again?

Sarah: I hope soon. It’s always an adventure with us, so when we do, I'll have to keep a camera nearby just in case. Not sure how Max will feel about that, though.

Max: As soon as someone offers us a free trip!

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