See Reporter Panic Over Flapping Chicken
April 25th, 2014
11:55 AM ET

See Reporter Panic Over Flapping Chicken

Our favorite viral videos from the week will bring you laughs, smiles and some secondhand frustration (think: traffic).

5. Cats gone fishing (for each other)

It’s funny and, let’s be honest, any sort of viral list without a cat video would be incomplete.

 

4. Reacting to a chicken attack

Journalists are typically known to get closer to danger. This reporter, however, panics when the bird he’s holding flares its wings. When he runs away, it’s absolutely priceless.

 

3. Crazy traffic in Ethiopia

Traffic is one of the most frustrating parts of anyone’s day. But here’s Ethiopia to give you some perspective on why your drive home just isn’t that bad.

 

2. Music on fire

Don’t like a song? Light it on fire! It will be cooler, we promise. (Sorry, though; you probably shouldn’t try this at home.)

 

1. Happy little sports fans

This is a two-for-one because these videos are both fantastic! The kids are psyched, and it’s because of generous people they don’t actually know.

This baseball fan cannot believe the stranger in front of him who caught a foul ball is just giving it away. It literally looks like it might have been the best day of his life.

 

He’s a big fan of NHL player Jordin Tootoo, and he probably just wanted to say hi. Tootoo stopped and gave the boy his hockey stick! The boy reacted by laughing and it almost sounds a little evil, but you know it’s all excitement.

 

 

 

 

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