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VIRAL VIDEOS: Bunny eating Raspberries!
Here’s what’s going viral now on Facebook.
“Bunny eating Raspberries!”
That’s the sound of Luna – a little white rabbit munching on some berries, which is the gist of this short, viral video that’s already amassed over eight million views; proving it doesn’t take much to entertain these days. But, giving credit where credit is due… watching the bunny eat is strangely hypnotic and the raspberries stain the rabbit’s mouth making her look like she’s vamping it up in red lipstick. How cute.
Then, there’s this:
“Cruise Ship Playing ‘Seven Nation Army.'”
The MSC Magnifica knows how to make an entrance. During a recent arrival into Germany’s port of Hamburg, the cruise ship blasts the Grammy award winning rock song by The White Stripes on its horns – a nod by the ship to mark the harbor’s 825th anniversary. The crowd standing on the docks cheers wildly while the horns blast the famous rock riffs, probably elated that the cruise ship is doing something right… as in – having working power, arriving on time and not sickening passengers with onboard illnesses.
And, Facebook users are hitting the “like” button on:
“If Frozen Was a Horror Movie.”
As if there weren’t enough parodies and spoofs of this animated behemoth… here’s one more. Using clever editing and foreboding music that is strangely reminiscent of The Haunted Mansion, this YouTube clip transforms the beloved Disney film into a dark, terrifying story … something most real fairy tales are. The viral video will likely make some viewers think twice about wanting to play in the snow.
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