If only all National Geographic shows were as interesting as the honey badger video currently circulating like mad on the web, then I might know as much about nature as I do trash TV. It may not sound funny or even interesting, but trust me, you'll be howling by the end and dying for more of Randall -- the dude who's narrating the video titled, "Crazy Nastyass Honey Badger."
It's already gotten more than 4 million clicks on YouTube. Rebecca Black watch out -- your YouTube sensation status may soon be challenged, this is some good sh**. Somehow I've lived my entire life without ever knowing a honey badger existed, and now I'm dying to go shadow one in the wild ... or at least rent one when there's a job to be done that needs a fearless badass.
The creature was recently named the most fearless animal in the world by the Guinness Book of World Records, which is mildly interesting, but not interesting enough for me to watch a whole video about one. With Randall's voiceover narration, however, it becomes must-see TV. Check out the video and see what you think. (Note: The images are SFW, but some of the language may not be.)
There's no real reason the video should be funny, it just is. Randall is awesome and should totally do educational videos for any topics that might traditionally put students to sleep -- American history, philosophy, geometry; the potential material is endless. School could be so much more fun.
Fortunately, Randall has already made a few other videos and posted them on his YouTube channel. You can check out his other works such as "The Miracle of the Daffy Jesus Lizard" and "The Slowass Sloth." Hopefully after this honey badger hit, there will be more.
Don't get what all the fuss is about? No worries, honey badger don't give a sh**.
What do you think of this honey badger video -- funny or what's the fuss?
Image via YouTube