Norwegian comedy duo Ylvis just keeps on giving. First they educated us on foxes, then Massachusetts and now knots. In their
As 2013 draws to a close, we're looking back at 2013's biggest, best, and most memorable YouTube videos with some help from
Is that air horn rock? Well, turn it up! Ok, look, we admit it. We really thought Ylvis was going to be a one-fox-wonder
Those foxes! We just can't figure them out. We know what Biff, Doc Brown, and Lorraine say...but there's still one sound
Viral smash "The Fox" has officially achieved mainstream status: "SNL" did its own parody of the bizarre Norwegian dance
That's right, Massachusetts is their favorite place on earth, and they can't even believe it's real. New England is just
The folks at Edwards Landing Lights, who every year create an LED light show using popular and/or seasonal songs for both
If you can't beam 'em, join 'em. This very possibly could have been staged, but that doesn't mean we can't have absolute
Right after Jimmy Kimmel hashed it out with Kanye West, Jimmy Fallon and The Roots danced around in fox costumes and sang
People in Norway must be super laid back. It's hard to imagine this prank being played on a group of American teenagers and
Every tale has two sides. "Wicked" tells the untold story of the bad witch from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The True Story
The Fine Brothers are back with yet another episode of "Elders React." This time they've got their victims watching Norwegian
OU's Marching 110 covered "The Fox," a strange tune which was released recently by Bård Ylvisåker and Vegard Ylvisåker, who
HuffPost turned to the experts to solve the age-old brand new mystery. The video went viral, meaning brief online fame for
The premise of the poppy tune is that while most animals have a clear signature sound -- “Dog goes woof. Cat goes meow,” -– the
'What The Fox ACTUALLY Say' real fox re-mix
Known as Norway's version of The Lonely Island, Ylvis is a comedy duo and band that creates fun music videos for just about
Once upon a time in Norway, there lived a Scandinavian Old MacDonald who had a farm E-I-E-I-O. Actually those Norwegians