Friday Morning Laughs – Dramatic 1988 News Report About Computer Viruses

This week’s Friday Morning Laughs funny video roundup features a couple of Oscar videos that have racked up millions of views, a hilarious 1988 news report on computer viruses, a sportscasting blooper an adorable Liverpool fan and the most amazing paper airplane flight you’ve ever seen!

Happy Friday, folks!  It’s the end of another workweek and, as usual, we’re here to take you into the weekend with a smile on your face.  This week’s Friday Morning Laughs funny video roundup features a couple of Oscar videos that have racked up millions of views, a hilarious 1988 news report on computer viruses, a sportscasting blooper an adorable Liverpool fan and the most amazing paper airplane flight you’ve ever seen!

Movie: The Movie

After the Academy Awards, Jimmy Kimmel premiered the trailer of ‘Movie: The Movie’ which, if it was a real movie would be the most epic movie of all time!  It’s a little long but trust me—if you haven’t see it already it’s definitely worth watching all the way through.  It has been viewed over 7.3 million times since it hit YouTube earlier this week.

2012 Oscars: Sacha Baron Cohen vs. Ryan Seacrest

‘Movie: The Movie’ isn’t the only Oscar-related video to break the 7 million view mark.  This video of Sacha Baron Cohen as “The Dictator” spilling the ashes all over Ryan Seacrest’s tux has been viewed over 7.5 million times!

Computer Virus TV News Report 1988

“It came from California, Maybe.  Travelled by electronic mail.  It spread across America…It arrived at MIT in the middle of the night.  The students were safe.  Their computers weren’t.”  This hilarious news report from 1988 has had us cracking up all week.  It has been viewed just over 200,000 times since it went viral a few days ago.

Announcer James Bates Falls Off Stool

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Funny Liverpool Kid pokes himself in the eye but doesn’t care

This adorable video of a little Liverpool fan has been viewed over 2 million times this week.  This little kid pokes himself in the eye but he doesn’t even care—he’s too busy celebrating Liverpool’s record 8th title!

BONUS: World Record Paper Airplane Distance

And finally—check out this amazing record-breaking paper airplane throw of 226 feet, 10 inches.  Get up there! Get up there! Get up there!

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.