Weekly Dose Of WTF – Baby Cakes, Technology & A Monkey Riding A Pig

This week we’ve got a funny baby monkey riding a pig, a hamburger-stealing tornado, a realistic baby cake, futuristic technology, and a new name for Easter eggs.

Wednesday’s here again.  You’ve made it half way through another week and, as usual, we’re here with your Weekly Dose of WTF—our weekly collection of weird and strange videos.  This week we’ve got a funny baby monkey riding a pig, a hamburger-stealing tornado, a realistic baby cake, futuristic technology, and a new name for Easter eggs.  So, as always, sit back, relax and prepare to be WTF-ified!

Baby Monkey (Going Backwards On A Pig)

Here’s a video of a baby monkey riding on a pig.  For starters, how did this baby monkey get on the pig?  And why is this pig going so fast?  Does he even want a monkey riding on his back?  And would you have ever thought that such a great, catchy song could be written about a baby monkey riding on a pig?  I found this via Nalts, who posted it on his blog earlier this week.

The Tornado Took My Hamburger, Fries, and a Drink!

It would have been bad enough if a tornado had just stolen this guy’s hamburger…but to steal his hamburger, fries and drink?  WTF?!

Slicing The Baby Cake

I’ve seen all kinds of crazy cakes, but this baby cake takes the cake (no pun intended).  Would you be able to eat this thing?  Yikes!

Spring Spheres

For years now we’ve been saying Happy Holidays instead of Merry Christmas in schools, so as not to offend those who don’t celebrate Christmas.  But has a Seattle elementary school gone to far?  In an attempt to be more politically correct they are calling Easter eggs “Spring Spheres”.  But all politically correctness aside, these news anchors point out that and egg isn’t even a sphere shape!

Sarif Industries TV Spot

Here’s a pretty cool and creepy video ad for a new technology that makes anything possible—from mechanical hands and arms to mechanical eyes that stream live video to your friends and family.  Of course, the video is fake—it’s part of an ad campaign for the video game Deus Ex Human Revolution.  But it does make you think a lot about how crazy technology is.

Megan O’Neill is the resident web video enthusiast here at Social Times. Megan covers everything from the latest viral videos to online video news and tips, and has a passion for bizarre, original and revolutionary content and ideas.