Share the Funniest Things Online This Week

Posted by Nadine Segal • November 06, 2014 at 01:31 PM

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The internet is never at a shortage for humor, between funny videos on YouTube or hysterical hashtags trending on Twitter. Whenever you find something genuinely funny you naturally want to share the laugh with your friends. Social media is the perfect place to find and share the funniest things online and Torch is the perfect browser to use for sharing. So here are some of the funniest things being shared on social media this week.


Who needs celebrity crushes when you can find great looking people all around you and you can make them famous through Twitter? Take Alex from Target for example. He went to work at Target bagging people’s purchases and with one photo he became famous, well “internet famous”. Not only has Alex been getting lots of love from his online admirers but his fame has inspired other to take a photo of their favorite everyday hottie and post it to Twitter.

Alex from Target

Parents Continue to Steal Halloween Candy

Jimmy Kimmel was at it again last week  when he released his compilation of videos featuring parents who tricked their children into believing they had eaten all of their Halloween candy. This is the fourth year the talk show host has dared parents to prank their kids and as always, the results were a mixture of funny, horrifying and adorable.

Children Dancing to Taylor Swift

The next video also features kids but these are less spoiled and more fun loving. Check out this video of kids dancing to Taylor Swift’s hit song “Shake it Off”. We know Taylor had a busy week with the release of her insanely successful album but we hope she had a chance to watch this.

Prince’s Keyboard

The website FunnyOrDie had some fun with Prince’s creative spelling amongst other things. They designed a keyboard especially for the musical icon. Prince performed on Saturday Night Live last week, which was hosted by Chris Rock.

Prince's keyboard


Chris Rock’s Monologue

Some found Rock’s opening monologue to be funny and some though it made an important point about comedy, others just found it offensive. Check out the clip and let us know what you thought of it.

Using Torch’s Drag and Drop Feature makes it easy to share on all your favorite social networks.

Nadine Segal

About Nadine Segal

I am interested in technology, music and the web. I write about the latest tech news focused on the internet and online tools.