You won't be the first to see it, but a video of a firefighter saving a kitten's life with an oxygen mask has reached more than 12 million views in four days.
It's pretty cool. Seems from the comments I'm the only person that didn't cry, but, ok... now I'm crying. There it went.
An advertisement for an LG HDTV features job applicants walking into an office, only to see a massive meteor crashing into the city through an 84-inch "window" behind the boss.
The reactions, while understandable, are hilarious.
If the marketing for the Hamster Car, I mean Kia Soul, didn't entertain certain younger members of my family so much, this might not be featured.
But 24 hours after posting, the 2014 edition of the Kia Soul marketing campaign is flying past 300,000 views on its way to viral status.
NBC just picked up the rights to broadcast the English Premiere League in the United States. This weekend, they kicked off a campaign to boost American knowledge of football overseas.
While I've been away, it seems Sharknado, the SyFy Channel movie, has become a bit of a sensation.
Not sure what it's about? Think Sharks. Think Tornados. Then put them together and let your imagination run wild. Really wild.
If you've been as out of the loop as I have been, please enjoy the trailer. But not if you're a child. There are a couple of graphic scenes. Like a man cutting a flying shark in half with a chainsaw.