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Top 10 Most-Shared Things From Upworthy's First Year

Upworthy launched on March 26, 2012, and it's been a crazy year!

Top 10 Most-Shared Things From Upworthy's First Year

1. Bully Calls News Anchor Fat, News Anchor Destroys Him On Live TV

Curated by Kaye Toal
4.19M views



2. Bullies Called Him Pork Chop. He Took That Pain With Him And Then Cooked It Into This.

Curated by Adam Mordecai
3.44M views


3. Mitt Romney Accidentally Confronts A Gay Veteran; Awesomeness Ensues

Curated by Mansur Gidfar
2.87M views


4. A Tea Partier Decided To Pick A Fight With A Foreign President. It Didn't Go So Well.

Curated by Mansur Gidfar
1.97M views


5. Move Over, Barbie — You’re Obsolete

Curated by Edwardo Jackson
1.59M views


6. 9 Out Of 10 Americans Are Completely Wrong About This Mind-Blowing Fact

Curated by Adam Mordecai
1.57M views


7. BOOM, ROASTED: Here's Why You Don't Ask A Feminist To Hawk Your Sexist Product

Curated by Rebecca Eisenberg
1.16M views


8. Some Strange Things Are Happening To Astronauts Returning To Earth

Curated by Adam Albright-Hanna 
1.13M views


9. Elizabeth Warren Asks The Most Obvious Question Ever And Stumps A Bunch Of Bank Regulators

Curated by Adam Mordecai 
1.13M views


10. If This Video Makes You Uncomfortable, Then You Make Me Uncomfortable

Curated by Rollie Williams
1.01M views


John Micheal Stewart plays a character known as "The Boss" on the social media hit "Breadstick Ricky and the Boss" but he has some solid advice on why employees shouldn't overwork themselves.

"Breadstick Ricky and the Boss" has over 2.3 million subscribers on TikTok and follows the on-the-job shenanigans of The Boss and his coworker, Ricky, a high-voice tradesman who has a knack for getting into trouble.

Comments on the videos show they have a big following with hard-working good ol' boys like the Boss and Ricky characters.

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