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VIRAL VIDEOS: Week of February 10th
Here’s what’s going viral now on Facebook…
“Dog Gives Receipt.”
Welcome to this vets office where customer service has gone to the dogs…literally. Once it’s time to settle up and get your receipt, it comes out of the printer…where the dog picks it up and gives it to the assistant at the desk. She takes care of the bill, then instead of giving the receipt to the customer, she gives it back to the dog…who brings it to the customer.
“Flying People in New York City.
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s…a man? Well, kind of. This intrepid group has redesigned their remote-controlled planes to look like people. They shoot the video near some of New York City’s landmarks, including the Brooklyn Bridge. Some may think the idea of flying humans is just for future sci-fi…but to these guys, the future is now.
Finally, Facebook users are hitting the “Like” button on…
“Give Me All Your Luvin’ (feat. M.I.A. and Nicki Minaj)”
The single from Madonna’s new album was featured in the Super Bowl XLVI Halftime Show, drawing some controversy thanks to M.I.A. flipping the bird on-camera. Madonna’s new album, MDNA, comes out in March, and she’ll be kicking off a world tour in May.
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