A Canadian airline surprised the passengers of one flight with the Christmas presents they'd asked for before getting on the plane.
Four months of prep went into it pulling off the stunt, and WestJet managed to very cleverly disguise their plan by having people talk to a live Santa before boarding their flight (taping their requests), and then coordinated 150 volunteers to buy everything everyone asked for.
When the passengers went to collect their luggage, the presents they asked for came out on the conveyer belt, wrapped, with their names on them.
Somehow I think the guy who asked for socks and underwear (and got them) kicked himself when he saw that 50" TV come out on the conveyer belt in baggage claim.
This marks the eighth year The Killers did a Christmas single, with all proceeds going to charity.
This year, they teamed up with the BYU animation team and Owen Wilson to do a music video to accompany the song, "Christmas in LA."
Thankfully this did not happen here, otherwise the Beltway would probably still be shutdown. This went down in Wisconsin, where you'd think they'd know how to drive in snow.
Trust Jimmy Kimmel to come up with something this awesome. When Benedict Cumberbatch was on the show, Jimmy asked him if he'd do a dramatic reading of R. Kelly's "Genius."
As you can hear from the audience reaction of female appreciation, this goes to show that women appreciate a man with a ballsy voice like Benedict Cumberbatch. The British accent doesn't hurt either.
Some of the best parts of this video center around how much effort they put into making this guy think he'd been in a coma for 10 years after an accident caused by drinking and driving.
The fake news they put together couldn't be more fantastic. Miley Cyrus facing eviction from her trailer park for refusing to stop defecating in her neighbor's yard? Justin Bieber celebrating his 10 year anniversary with his "life partner?" Spectacular!
Before we get into whether or not this video might be fake, I think the bottom line should really be that it's not just an awesome video, but a great message against drinking and driving. Imagine if you really DID wind up in a coma for 10 years.