Looking for a sign there's still hope for humanity in the world? This may be the best thing you see all day. After sitting patiently for over 5 minutes, this McDonald's employee took pity on this stray dog. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
Thursday, July 25, 2019
- Youngblood - 5 Seconds of Summer
- All Summer Long - Kid Rock
- Rise - Jonas Blue/Jack & Jack
- Back In U.S.S.R. - Beatles
- Back On The Chain Gang - Pretenders
- Slow Hands - Nial Horan
- You'll Accompany Me - Frankie Ballard
- Turn It On Again - Genesis
- Team - Lorde
- Cherry Bomb - John Mellencamp
- Strangelove (Live 1998 at the Rose Bowl) - Depeche Mode
- Word Up - Korn
- Over Now - Alice In Chains
- Only Time Will Tell - Asia
- Sign of the Times - Queensryche
- Mercedes Boy - Pebbles
- Juicy - Notorious B.I.G.
- Weird Science - Oingo Boingo
- Take A Walk - Passion Pit
- Wow - Post Malone
- Shape Of You - Post Malone
- I Was Jack (You Were Diane) - Jake Owen
- You Gonna Fly - Keith Urban
- Slow Ride - Foghat
- Comin Under Fire - Def Leppard
- Paid In Full - Eric B & Rakim
- Holiday - Madonna
- Radioactive - Kings of Leon
- Black Flag - King's X
- Cheap Sunglasses - ZZ Top
- Get It On (Bang A Gong) - Power Station
- The Girl Got Hot - Weezer
- Same Ol Situation (S.O.S.) - Motley Crue
- Santa Monica - Everclear
- Hold Me - Fleetwood Mac
- What Kind Of Man - Florence & The Machine
- Supermassive Black Hole - Muse
- Promises, Promises - Naked Eyes
- Harden My Heart - Quarterflash
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