Viral Videos of the Week

Check out all this week’s best viral videos for cycling mishaps, cool card tricks, skyscraper time lapses and animals reacting to their reflections…

1. Watch a cyclist crash straight into the back of a learner car

This poor learner driver was on his very first driving lesson when an unsuspecting cyclist ploughed straight into the back of the parked learner car. This, ladies and gentlemen, is why you should always watch where you’re going…

Ouch.

2. Watch what happens when animals look in the mirror

Did you know that we humans are the only species capable of recognising our reflections in a mirror? French photographer Xavier Hubert Brierre decided to test this concept by setting up a mirror in the wild in Africa… and the results are pretty funny. Some of the animals were very pleased to see themselves – and others, not so much…

3. Watch a seriously cool card trick story

It started as a bunch of mates messing around in the pub, now it’s gone viral with almost a million views. Learn how to do this card trick and you’ll seriously impress everyone in your local this weekend…

4. Watch the One World Trade Center being built

One of this week’s most popular YouTube hits is this time lapse video of the construction of the One World Trade Center, a process that took eleven long years – but is fast-forwarded down to just 2 minutes in this vid. This is what is takes to build the tallest skyscraper in the Western hemisphere…

5. Watch an Olympic cyclist power a toaster

Reckon you could produce enough energy to toast a slice of bread? You might think again after watching this Olympic cyclist Robert Förstemann give it a go…

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