VIRAL VIDEOS: Kids React to Sony Walkmans!

(YouTube / The FineBros / Benny & Rafi Fine / The Fine Brothers)
(YouTube / The FineBros / Benny & Rafi Fine / The Fine Brothers)

Here’s what’s going viral now on Facebook:

“How Frozen Should Have Ended.”

So what it won two Oscars… and, is the highest grossing animated film of all time?  There’s always room for improvement.  And, that’s just what the folks behind the on-line satire “How It Should Have Ended” accomplish in this trending video.

The clip tweaks the beloved Disney film, by having the magical trolls point out how awful Anna and Elsa’s parents actually are… and, suggest sending Elsa to the Xavier School for Gifted Youngsters; where Elsa grows up to be a well-adjusted adult who learns to control her powers and sings a rendition of “Let It Go” with her X-Men classmates… including Wolverine.  Poor Hugh Jackman.

Then, there’s this:

“Kids React to Walkmans.”

Prepare to feel really old.  In the latest social experiment by The Fine Brothers, a group of kids are introduced to a walkman.  The children are stunned by the alien contraption and it takes the youngsters a very long time to figure out what it is and how it works.  Apparently, the hand held music device is complicated. It involves steps… like loading a cassette tape, pressing buttons and using headphones.  It’s all just too much for today’s youth.

And, Facebook users are hitting the “like” button on:


In this prank video, job applicants undergo an on-camera interview for an opening as the Director of Operations for Card Store.  The candidates learn the demands of the position including being on your feet 24/7 and working 365 days a year.  There are no breaks and the position isn’t paid.  Here’s where the heart strings get pulled…

But, don’t reach for those tissues just yet.  The clip is just a giant sell-out.  A clever piece of advertising by American Greetings, reminding viewers that Mother’s Day is just around the corner – so don’t forget to buy some cards.

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