If you are looking for a site where you will find pure entertainment, you can go to PutPut. You will find many Lustige Videos – witziges Video | PutPut on this site. These videos are of various topics, there is something for everybody, regardless of their age. Moreover, apart from videos there is an availability of funny images and gifs.
Funny videos provide entertainment to all and are a favourite pass time of today’s generation. Most people take out their phone and watch funny content for a couple of minutes to reduce the present anxiety and tension. Funny videos constantly circulate the internet and have been for a long time.
History of circulation of funny videos
The sharing of videos was a thing even before the internet. It might not have the level of reach as it does currently but it still existed. Before the internet, videos were shared by sharing VHS tapes, CDs, in film festivals as well as fillers between cable shows on the television. The most shared content had mostly been funny, with some heart-touching or shocking videos in the mix. Funny videos have always attracted more viewers. Companies have always tried to make their advertisements funny to attract customers and these advertisements were played regularly on television. Many educational shows have aired throughout the airs which uses wit and humor to teach values to children. The funny bits on these shows are considered hilarious to this day. The best example of this is the use of Cookie Monster and Kermit the frogs as modern day memes. These characters are very old but are still relevant. This clearly shows that funny videos are not the invention of the internet.
The concept of funny home videos have been around since the 1960s. TV shows like “Your Funny Films” debuted in this era and funny videos were then shared through the largest medium of mass communication- the television. In the show, people sent in their funny home-made videos and the show broadcasted some of the funniest clips which were mostly filmed in an 8mm camera at home by amateurs. This was a very popular show in that era and people have always loved watching relatable content like these funny moments in a household. In 1989, this idea was revived by ABC network which gave rise to America’s Funniest Home Videos, which is now the longest running primetime entertainment show in history.
It is a very human thing to capture positive moments in their lives so that they can hold onto that memory forever. When these moments are circulated, it provides the same amount of joy to others in the world, and who doesn’t want to feel joy.
Modern success of funny videos
With the launch of YouTube in 2005, the spread of funny videos have increased ten-fold. Most funny videos started gaining popularity through YouTube and this gave people a chance to explore their creativity. Some of the funniest videos became edits and clips of other videos including old shows and songs. Laughing is very good for your health and laughter is very easily accessible. Lustige Videos – witziges Video | PutPutbridges boundaries of language, culture and nationality. A baby panda eating bamboo is enjoyed by everyone in the world, which creates a sense of brotherhood and understanding. Creating these funny videos feels just as good. Knowing that someone can make another person laugh who lives across the world from them spreads a warm feeling in the hearts. Entertaining lots of people and momentarily making them forget about their worries is a great feeling. This is why so many people make relatable, satirical, or humorous videos on the internet which are shared widely by their followers. This gave rise to a plethora of new ways to find and create entertainment in obscure ways which has continued to this day and is bound to continue in the future as well.
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10 Old Videos That Went Viral Before YouTube Even Existed
Star Wars Kid (2003)
Star Wars fans still love this one to this very day. In the early 2000s, a teenager filmed himself reenacting an imaginary fight scene with a pretend Star Wars lightsaber.
According to Know Your Meme, the video was uploaded to Kazaa and then spread from there, ending up on several Internet humor websites and was eventually transformed into parodies and remixes created with different special effects added to it. It's been estimated that the original unedited Star Wars Kid video has now been viewed over one billion times.
Watch Star Wars Kid (2003)
Dancing Baby (1996)
Here's one that really takes you back — all the way to 1996, in fact. The Dancing Baby (also known as the Oogachaka Baby) features a 90s 3D animation of a baby in a diaper dancing along to the intro of a song by a Swedish rock band.
This video went viral via forwarded email chain messages, back when we were still in the first stage of the World Wide Web, long before the Web 2.0 era. If you want to know the full story behind it, you can check out this TechCrunch article for a brief history of the Dancing Baby meme.
Watch Dancing Baby (1996)
Don Hertzfeldt's Rejected (2000)
A short comedy film called Rejected began popping up on Internet humor sites in the early 2000s around the time it had been nominated for Best Animated Short Film at the 2000 Academy Awards. The cartoon consists of odd, nonsensical skits that even include some content that's not safe for work.
Quotes like "I am a banana" and "My spoon is too big!" from the film became popular one-liners that have been reenacted and parodied by all sorts of fans of the original.
Watch Don Hertzfeldt's Rejected (2000)
Numa Numa (2004)
You'll probably never see a more enthusiastic fan of Moldovan pop music than the guy in the Numa Numa video. The creator of the video filmed himself dancing and lip-syncing to O-Zone's Dragostea din Tei, and then uploaded it to the entertainment site Newgrounds in 2004.
It brought smiles to a lot of people's faces and thus went viral. The video has been viewed millions of times since it was uploaded — possibly even reaching over a billion views by now with all the copies of it spread across the internet today.
Watch Numa Numa (2004)
The End of the World (2003)
Ever thought about what chaos might ensue when the world finally ends? The End of the World (or The End of Ze World) is a ridiculous flash animated cartoon that went viral after it was uploaded to Internet humor site Albino Blacksheep in 2003.
Several parts of the narration in the cartoon became iconic Internet catchphrases, like "I am le tired," and "WTF, mate?" After it made its first debut, uploads of the video quickly spread to other humor sites as well, obviously adding to its virality.
Watch The End of the World (2003)
Badger Badger Badger (2003)
Badger Badger Badger is a flash animated cartoon that fist appeared on weebls-stuff.com. It featured a bunch of badgers, some mushrooms and a snake, all dancing to a ridiculous song.
The song just repeats the word "badger" as several badgers pop up, then "mushroom" a couple of times, and lastly "snaaaake, it's a snaaaaake!" The entire animation only lasts a few seconds but went on in an infinite loop, and before long, it became the inspiration for many parodies, spin-offs, and remixes.
Watch Badger Badger Badger (2003)
The Llama Song (2004)
Who could forget the Llama Song? In 2004, a DeviantArt user uploaded a flash animation video of a crazy song about llamas and a bunch of photos of llamas that appeared every time the word "llama" was sung.
After all the llamas, the song starts listing off more unrelated objects, people, and ducks. According to Know Your Meme, the video quickly racked up over 50,000 views on DeviantArt before spreading to Newgrounds and Albino Blacksheep, where it attracted hundreds of thousands of more views.
Watch The Llama Song (2004)
Peanut Butter Jelly Time (2002)
In 2002, a random flash animation of a banana dancing to the song “Peanut Butter Jelly Time” by The Buckwheat Boyz has shared to popular Internet forum Offtopic, which then quickly spread to other sites like Newgrounds, eBaum's World, Albino Blacksheep and more.
It's nothing more than a slightly annoying dancing banana the whole way through the video, the but the clip went on to spawn all sorts of parodies and remakes in the early to mid-2000s.
Watch Peanut Butter Jelly Time (2002)
We Like The Moon (2003)
If you were at all familiar with the site RatherGood.com in the early 2000s, you knew that it was a mystical mess of weird and insane flash animation cartoons by its creator, Joel Veitch. We Like The Moon was just one of the many videos that caught on for its creepy spongemonkey characters and terrible musical performance — a regular trend in Veitch's videos, featuring odd and silly songs by his band.
Eventually, We Like the Moon got picked up by Quizno's, and it became the inspiration for some of its advertisements that appeared on television for a short while.
Watch We Like The Moon (2003)
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September 21, a Disney-Credits Song, and This Month’s Other Must-See Comedy Shorts
Photo-Illustration: Vulture; Photos by Demi Adejuyigbe/YouTube, Mary Elizabeth Kelly/Twitter,Talib Babb/Twitter, Hannah Lynn Crane/Vimeo and julia shiplett/Twitter
Each month, many funny videos are posted to every corner of the internet — from Twitter and Instagram to Vimeo and sometimes other weird places we’ll have trouble embedding. Because you’re busy living your life, you might miss some of these funny videos and feel left out when others bring them up in conversation. Well, worry not! We’re here to make sure you’re not listening in on conversations but leading them … as long as those conversations are about funny internet videos. Here, our favorite comedy shorts of the month.
The 21st night of September has, for the 2,020th time (if we’re going by the Gregorian calendar), come and gone. But for comedian, performer, director, and visionary Demi Adejuyigbe, it’s this, the fifth anniversary of the celebrated date, that holds particular import. Back in 2016, Adejuyigbe began a journey of making one totally outlandish, expertly produced video rendition of Earth, Wind & Fire’s hit “September,” timed perfectly to be released on YouTube … each and every September 21. If that wasn’t great enough, Adejuyigbe uses the videos to drum up awareness for various charities, for which he has raised well over $1 million since he began. After this year’s piece, that number is likely going waaaay up.
You’ll be amazed by how uncannily accurate all of Bardia Salimi’s screams are. From Tom Hanks in Cast Away to Paul Giamatti in Sideways, he nails them all. The only yelling he can’t match is that of his roommate (Nick Naney) — or, more accurate, the guy letting him stay on the couch who doesn’t have the same appreciation for Salimi’s impressions as we do.
We were singing Chloe Fineman’s praises in 2018 for her pathologically strong, whole-body-employing celebrity impressions. And today we’d like to give the Annual (But Sometimes Not) Bonkers Impressions Award to Mary Elizabeth Kelly in recognition of a perfect Tina Fey, great Kristen Wiig, and chilling Adele. Each is delivered with not just vocal acuity but total spiritual intention. Lorne!
Ever bring a six-pack to a party as a nice gesture only to have each bottle vanish into the hands of your fellow partygoers before you can take a sip? Talib Babb has the solution, and it’s simpler than you might think: Just develop a taste for only hoppy beers that taste weird to everyone else. This sketch also got us in the mood to purchase and hoard some IPAs, so it’s successful as a commercial as well. Lagunitas, pay Talib Babb!
In Hollywood, there’s an old saying: “Every time an executive hears a pitch about a docucomedy in the vein of Nathan for You where the subject tries to find love using dating apps, an angel gets its wings.” But Hannah Lynn Crane actually went for it, and the result is an emotionally resonant, completely hilarious chronicling of her actually doing the thing so many others only pitch about.
If you’ve accidentally double-booked yourself for two dates in a row with a straight cis guy and a not-straight, not-cis person — both of whom are named Frankie — Julia Shiplett is here to give you quick tips for adjusting your style to fit the occasion. Unintentionally messy makeup passed off as a deliberate choice? Too many accessories that make it hard to know which part of the outfit you’re supposed to focus on? All good options. If nobody likes it? Well, that’s just biphobia rearing its ugly head again.
A classic speech given an insightful new spin by the delightful character wheel that is Evan Watkins. You see, it’s not enough to simply catch a ferocious, people-eating great white shark. If you want to banish that shark, you must shame it into never rearing its bloody jaws ever again. Emphasis on the shame.
The first, most-liked comment on this video is from YouTube star Paint, and it reads “She never misses,” with the she in that sentence being Sarah Smallwood Parsons. And Paint is correct. She has not, to date, missed. Especially now that she has determined the true meaning and biological mechanics behind the “circle of life.”
An overfamiliar landlord swings by the apartment in a gesture of neighborly passive-aggressiveness to mooch a seltzer and impose a few neighborly extra fees on his tenants — it’s only the responsible thing to do if you’re a real landlord! This video from Sahib Singh will also finally help you nail down exactly the kind of fleece vest we should start calling a “landlord vest.”
Summer may be over, but if you’re Jack Bensinger (feat. Eric Rahill), that’s not going to stop you from finally cracking the song of it — a song about all the impeccable vibes you are not prohibited from celebrating once it is definitely fall. “I don’t even care if I’m sunburnt / I can’t feel the pain if I’m feelin’ turnt,” sings Rahill, one of many summer-specific odes to partying with your boys that will keep you going until summer ’22.
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Luke Kelly-Clyne is president at Big Breakfast and a watcher of many web videos. Send him yours at @LKellyClyne.
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7 Shocking Video Websites for Uncensored and Controversial News
By Emma RothUpdated
Sites like LiveLeak are for controversial news footage not shown on TV. Here are some uncensored websites for shocking news.
There's an urgent need for discretion on national television, but shouldn’t it be okay to see the raw, unedited footage of a graphic or gruesome event? The public should have open access to all information. This should include uncensored video footage of any news event (if that footage exists).
If you're tired of seeing blurred-out footage on the evening news, you should know that all the websites on the following list have completely uncensored news footage. These shock websites show you more footage than you’ll ever see on TV. While you won't find outright gore or nudity on these sites, the videos are still bound to astound you.
1. Xfinity Video
You know Xfinity as a popular cable and internet provider, but did you know it also has its fair share of intriguing videos? Xfinity Video is only worth mentioning as a warmup for what’s to come. The videos here are only "shocking" to ultra-conservative types. Still, it’s where you go if you want to see things like funny fail videos, the latest on celebrity drama, the aftermath of natural disasters, violent protests, and even explosions.
You'll notice that Xfinity Video compiles its footage from a variety of different sources. Although every single video isn't left unedited, you can still find some raw footage buried among the rest.
2. Leaked Reality
If you're looking for sites like LiveLeak (which, unfortunately, shut down in May 2021), check out Leaked Reality. You'll find everything from graphic news videos, violent military footage, street fights, transportation accidents, and much more. Each video comes with a tag that displays its rating and the country the video was shot in.
Leaked Reality's video rating system works much like the MPAA ratings. A video labeled "GA" is much milder than one with the "MA" label. The more "low-key" videos feature things like protests, while the more intense ones have crazy shootouts and other shocking events.
The site has six main video categories at the main menu bar: Featured, News, Military, Cops, WTF, and Accidents. This can help you filter out the type of raw video you want to watch. Plus, you can use the videos' view counter and user rating to help you determine if a video's worth clicking on.
3. Daily Mail
The DailyMail is a British world news site covering political events, celebrity news, sports, and scientific breakthroughs. You might think that Daily Mail censors itself, but the opposite is true. You'll soon realize that the Videos section of its site doesn't disappoint.
As you browse through videos, you'll come across some that are shocking and graphic. If you're watching at work, keep in mind that the site labels any videos with graphic content. That way, you'll always know what's appropriate to watch.
Otherwise, you can watch the Daily Mail's shocking videos to your heart's content. Bar fights, abductions, massive pimple-popping, and car accidents are just some of the insane videos you'll see.
If you ever see a crazy fight happen in public, you might hear someone yell out "WorldStar!" That's what WorldStarHipHop is famous for, as the site is a hub for brutal public fights.
At the top of the screen, under Trending Now, you'll find the current most popular videos. Scroll down a little further, and you'll see some music videos.
As you can see, the site has a satisfying collection of fight videos, and videos related to hip hop, hilarious pranks, instant karma, and fails. You'll find new videos every day—most will make you shock you and make you laugh.
Metacafe is a video-sharing website just like YouTube, but unlike the latter, it has its fair share of shocking viral videos. Unfortunately, there isn't necessarily a category on Metacafe's site for shocking content, so you might have to do a little digging.
You won't have to dig too far, though—you'll likely have the most luck browsing through the Latest and Popular sections, which appear on the site's homepage by default. Many users head to Metacafe to view shocking content, which is why crazy videos often wind up on the front page.
Once you've had your fill of raw, uncensored videos, you can always head to the Comedy, Cooking, or Entertainment sections to cleanse your palate.
6. Ebaum’s World
If you like a wide variety of shocking video content, then head to Ebaum's world. The video section includes everything from news events or more random viral and shocking videos. On one page, you can find videos of traffic accidents, public disputes, stupid criminals, and amazing feats.
To look at more specific videos, head to the More tab on the top menu bar. Categories like Facepalm, Creepy, WTF, Ouch, and more can help you find the type of videos you're in the mood to watch.
You really never know what to expect when you visit the video area at Ebaum’s World, and that's what makes it so fun. For unpredictably funny, shocking, or scary videos, you’ll never go wrong visiting this crazy video website.
7. Daily Motion
Daily Motion may not contain the plethora of uncensored content you're looking for, but it's still a reliable site to browse through shocking videos. Also, it's a hub for news stories that you typically wouldn't see on a traditional news network, which is a bit refreshing.
On the homepage, you'll see a collection of featured videos, as well as the latest in world news, sports, entertainment, and music. You'll find the occasional crazy video in here, making Daily Motion worth a look.
Access These Shocking Video Websites With Caution
Are you prepared to view graphic and shocking videos? Before you head to these sites, make sure you're ready to see things that might leave you feeling bewildered. You should also keep in mind that each site on this list varies in terms of the "shock factor."
While Xfinity Video has the least graphic videos, Leaked Reality videos fall on the complete opposite end of the spectrum. As you can probably tell, the rest of the sites fall somewhere in between.
Find time in your day for a laugh! These funny news websites offer weird news, satire, and offbeat stories from real life.
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