To be honest, I only feel comfortable sharing this because I've been married for four years and won't be expected to pull off something like this in the future. Doubly so because I can't sing. For all single or engaged guys out there, especially those of you who can sing, I sincerely apologize.
With more than 7.5 million views, Tom Fletcher's My Wedding Speech has exploded onto the viral video scene in recent days. Maybe because woman all want something like this to happen to them someday.
Ever wanted to be the first guy to make a costume of the front seat of your car, then drive up to fast food drive-thru windows looking like there's nobody driving? Someone's already done it.
It sounds dumb, but the reactions are great. Give it a watch.
Every parent loves the joy on the face of a child when the gifts are opened on Christmas morning, but watch as a son brings a new level of joy to the face of a father who was thrilled just to receive his new hat.
No matter what team you cheer for, the elation on this man's face is a beautiful thing.
P.S. In a list of other trending holiday YouTube videos:
The popularity of dubstep and the fruit ninja app has spawned this finest of video projects: Fruit Ninja in Real Life to Dubstep.
Though frankly, I don't know how much fruit that guy consumes. Granted, maybe that's the reason he's the Fruit Ninja.
The video's broken 4 million views on YouTube, but we all know what was really trending on the day the world was supposed to end.
Athens, Georgia's own REM's It's The End Of The World, of course.
The coaches and artists on this season's edition of The Voice honored the victims of the Newtown school shootings with a moving performance of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah,' a performance approaching 4 million views in the two days since it was posted.
Chances are, if you're in a mall and someone conducting a survey asks you if you believe in the Mistletoe tradition, you're probably about to be presented with mistletoe.
Enjoy a fun viral holiday video that's already been enjoyed more than 13 million times.
Google's trying to make cars that can drive themselves. The SPCA, on the other hand, is teaching dogs to drive.
Pardon me if I don't write them a check the next time I see one of their commercials. They've obviously got enough money if they're using it to teach dogs to drive to make a commercial. Though it's really interesting, I'll give them that.