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VIRAL VIDEOS: Charlie Sheen Ice Bucket Challenge, With A Twist
Here’s what’s going viral now on Facebook.
“Charlie Sheen Ice Bucket Challenge – ALS.”
Talk about “winning.” Actor Charlie Sheen puts a spin on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, by dumping money on his head, instead of freezing cold water. At least Sheen makes it rain on himself, putting his money where his mouth is. The controversial actor then calls on his former colleagues from the TV show, Two and A Half Men to do the same.
Then, there’s this:
“Doggy Baby Jogger.”
This trending clip is short, but sweet. The cell phone video captures a baby holding a dog by the leash, who pulls the tot along in a stroller. Begging the question… Is the baby walking the dog, or the dog pulling the baby?
And, Facebook users are hitting the “like” button on:
“What if Michael Bay directed Up?”
Michael Bay is notorious for directing and producing big budget action movies featuring… explosions. Lots and lots of explosions. This trending clip envisions what the family-friendly, animated film Up would be like if it got the Michael Bay treatment.
With the plot taking a dark turn, the re-imagined trailer is set to a Linkin Park song, and shows the lovable character Carl fending off a seemingly endless barrage of villains, while evading countless… you guessed it… explosions.
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