Performing at the Warsaw Lions Club 56th Annual Minstrel Show, three fathers were introduced together as “The Tiny Dancers.” And the audience wasn’t prepared for what these dudes had in store. It was totally hilarious!
- Musical twist on Charades - simple rules let players start right away
- Compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant
- Watch as players create new dance moves right before your eyes!
- A great active game for family and friends
- For 4 or more players, ages 6 and up
The 6-minute skit definitely became a big hit not only among those in attendance but also those who later discovered the video on YouTube.
Disguised as midgets while wearing sewn-together shirts and pants, the three guys brought the house down with their well-choreographed performance and epic facial expressions.
The “Tiny Dancers” danced to the tune of old and modern classics.
They danced popular tracks from Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” and Psy’s “Gangnam Style,” to Panjabic MC’s “Mundian to Bach Ke” and Los Del Rio’s “Macarena.”
Although it was originally uploaded on Youtube 2 years ago, the video continues to get views and comments online.
We didn’t get the names of these funny gentlemen nor are we aware about the identities of the three “hand” performers behind them (I’m suspecting it might be their wives! but one thing’s for sure – they’re having a blast watching the increasing view count of the video.
Although it was originally uploaded on YouTube back in 2013, the funny footage found new online life as it got shared by several viral news websites.
See for yourself by watching the hilarious performance here:
- Wacky Waving Inflatable Tube Guy (Miniature Editions)
- You've seen him at your local car dealership and car wash-now, bring a wacky inflatable tube guy to your office and let the laughs abound
- Kit includes: * An 18-inch waving tube man with fan in base to make him dance, wiggle, and shake just like the real thing
- (batteries not included)
- Dispatched same day from the UK
You really got to admire these dudes for successfully pulling it off. The exaggerated faces and hilarious dance moves really captivated the crowd. My favorite, in particular, is the guy on the middle. He has perfectly-time comedic facial gestures that proves he knows how to entertain people – even if he looks really silly doing it.
Go share this video with your friends!
15 Funny Internet Posts That Are Truly Cringe-Worthy
We dare you not to laugh or do a facepalm at these epic internet fails!
Let's admit it, at one point or another we all had those moments wherein we're not in our brightest mindset. After all it is said that to err is human. However, those featured in this compilation of the funniest (and some cringe-worthy) internet fails take their embarrassment to a whole new level by broadcasting it in social media.
Take a look and we dare you not to laugh or do a facepalm!
15. I just hope she found out this info soon enough
24 Ridiculous Low-Cost Cosplays That Will Surely Make You Laugh
These costumes are so dumb, they’re actually very funny.
Combining the words “costume” and “play,” cosplay has become a beloved tradition in pop culture across the world. Try attending a comic or sci-fi convention and you’ll see dedicated fans donning the costumes of their favorite characters.
For the most part, you will be impressed with their attention to detail. Good cosplayers make it a point to nail both the costume and characterization right which takes a lot of work and usually costs big bucks.
And then there are these folks from Low Cost Cosplay.
11 Ridiculous Fast Food Chain Ripoffs In China
Will you get your coffee at Star F***s?
China is very good at...replicating stuff. It's not really a big secret. They can take anything, from shoes to electronics, and make a doppelganger of it. Some copies are actually very good; at first glance, you can't tell the difference between an original Chanel bag and one that has a Made in China label on it (unless original Chanel bags ARE really manufactured in China, well, that's a different story).
So if you're strolling through the streets of Beijing or some other place in the country and you do a double-take because you think you've seen an In-an-Out restaurant, don't be so surprised. For the record, there is NO In-an-Out restaurant in China, but they created something that suspiciously looks like the famous fast food chain in the U.S.