August 1, 2014 4:49 pm
Updated: August 1, 2014 6:50 pm

5 weekend-worthy viral videos to laugh and cry to


MONTREAL – They have the power to make you laugh and the power to make you cry. Here are five videos that went viral this week.


We all know ATM stands for Automated Teller Machine but in this video published July 24, 2014, TD Bank turned their ATMs into what they call “Automated Thanking Machines”.

Watch how customers across Canada are “thanked” in unexpected ways by their ATMs in their new ad.

Wait! Before you click: is your tissue box near?

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Every Upworthy Video ever 

At over 6 million Facebook likes, there’s a chance you’ve seen an Upworthy video on your feed.

The website curates shareable videos with captions carefully crafted to lure you into watching, “because you won’t believe what happened next” .

This video made by Cracked called “Every Upworthy Video ever” mocks Upworthy’s viral formula.

No choice frozen dinners

Think of this scenario: it’s late, you’re broke and starving. Does it sound familiar?

This video parody pokes fun at Healthy Choice frozen dinner commercials, for those moments when you simply, have no other choice for dinner.

Salisbury steak in a box anyone?


Montreal toddler hears music for the first time

Three-year-old Montrealer Auguste Majkowski heard music for the first time after experimental brain surgery helped him to hear.

Although his mother, Sophie Gareau, told Global News that she hoped the first song her son would hear would be Somewhere Over the Rainbow, it wasn’t to be.

Gareau shared a video on her Facebook page of the moment her son heard the song Ma Baker by Boney M.

“Incredible moment this weekend: Auguste heard music for the first time, thanks to his brand new ABI (1 and a half months post activation)!!!,” she wrote.

“Who would’ve thought it would be Ma Baker by Boney M! I won’t complain, this is simply amazing!!!”


The easiest, fastest way to cut a watermelon

Or so claims this video posted by All you need is a knife and a bag and about one minute and forty seconds of your time.

With the warm weekend ahead, why not try this technique and cool off with some watermelon?



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