Senior Citizens Accidentally Become Web Sensations and A Lost Colorado Cat Found In New York

Adriana Diaz

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Sometimes the best kind of viral video is one that's a complete accident. That's what happened when an elderly Oregon couple tried to take a picture of themselves using their new laptop's webcam. Instead, however, they unwittingly recorded a hilarious video of themselves (scroll down to see the whole video). In it, 86-year old Bruce Huffman burps, makes faces, and shamelessly flirts with his 79-year-old wife Esther who ignores him while she tries to figure out how to take a photo. Esther was especially perplexed when she saw an error message pop up that read, "'warning you must stop recording before trying to close.'" Esther went on to say, "Gee but I don't know what I'm recording. Shucks." For one fleeting moment, Bruce almost figured out what was going on when he sais, "maybe it's recording us?" Unfortunately instead of exploring that possibility they moved on to another topic: their wrinkles. Apparently, their granddaughter had tried to teach the charming couple how to use the webcam. When the granddaughter was on the new computer a few days later, she found the funny video and posted it to YouTube. The Huffmans are now Internet sensations. Not only has their video been viewed more than 2 million times, but they've appeared on several television news shows. They aren't the first couple to accidentally record themselves. Earlier this year, a video of elderly couple Rita and Frank doing the exact same thing got nearly 1.5 million views on YouTube. I can't decide which video's better! What do you think? Tell me on Facebook.com/AdrianaDiazNews and Twitter @AdrianaTweeting.

A cat's incredible journey has taken the web by storm. After a feline named Willow ran away from her Colorado home five years ago, her owners had given up hope. "We put out the 'lost cat' posters and the Craigslist thing, but we actually thought she'd been eaten by coyotes," the Squires family told The New York Times. You can imagine her family's surprise when they received a call that a man had found Willow a mere 1,800 miles away wandering down 20th Street in New York City and turned her in to a shelter. Thanks to a tiny microchip that had been implanted into the cat, the shelter was able to identify her as the cat who went missing five years ago in Colorado. The shelter says Willow was healthy and probably did not live on New York's mean streets for long. So what she's been up to the past five years and how she traveled from Colorado to New York is still a mystery. Social media's loving this story. On Twitter, @TAshwell called it "The Most Up-Lifting News Story of the Month." Others like @collins3779 say the story shows, "Why u should microchip ur pet." Willow's owner even said, "if I could microchip my kids, I would."