They Might Look Like Two Normal Guys, But When You Find Out The Truth, You’ll Be Amazed

Now that Halloween is over, it’s fun to recap everyone’s amazing costumes. Since the spooky holiday has come and gone, there’s no more competition involved. We just get to sit back and enjoy looking at the completely epic ideas that people came up with.

This father-son costume might just be the best of the bunch. Instead of dressing as celebrities or zombies, they decided to dress as each other. The resemblance is uncanny. You need to see this to believe it.

(via Today)

What an awesome idea! I’m sure they fooled everyone…which definitely could’ve gotten weird. So what do you think? Will you give something like this a try next year?

Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/halloween-swap/

What This Company Did With Its Employees Is Beyond Awesome. Can I Do This Too?

Nexen is a Canadian energy company based in Calgary. If that sounds to you like the most boring place in the entire world to work, you’d be wrong. How is that possible?

Well, would a boring company have the Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people dressed as Batman? I didn’t think so. Not only did the Nexen company break one of the coolest World Records, they doubled it. With their 542 employees, they made a gathering of 250 people dressed as Batman seem like child’s play. Take a look at this crowning achievement in Canadian energy history!  

A Guinness World Record official tallies the employees.

That’s a lot of people dressed as Batman.

Why so interested in ruining your company’s chances at getting a world record?

Looks like that one Joker was no match for 542 people dressed as Batman.

Congratulations, Nexen!

(via Elite Daily)

Talk about a great day at the office. They may not be the heroes the Guinness Book of World Records deserves, but they’re the ones they needed. Keep on having fun at work, Nexen, and please keep providing the people of Canada with energy.

Read more: http://viralnova.com/cool-company-employees-are-batman/

Top 18 Results Night Group Dance: A Mia Michaels Choreography to Stevie Wonder’s ‘Higher Ground’

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Behind the look of the Top 18 Group dance, from SYTYCD costume designer- Soyon