Editor's Note: This post is a recap of the top five videos on CNN.com from the past week. So in case you didn't catch our best videos during the week, here is your chance to see what you missed.
The most popular videos on CNN.com were led by an enormous boulder that smashed into a house. The other top videos consisted of a political confrontation from Bristol Palin, a toddler belting out Adele, the first lady's secret shopping trip and Trayvon Martin's father recalling his sons last moments.
A large boulder breaks free from a hillside in Athens, Ohio, hitting two vehicles and crashing into a house.
Bristol Palin writes a letter to President Obama asking for a phone call. CNN's Mary Snow reports.
A 2-year-old girl singing Adele's "Someone Like You" is taking the viral video world by storm.
First lady Michelle Obama describes a recent trip to Target to David Letterman.
Trayvon Martin's father tells Anderson Cooper about the heartbreak of hearing his son's voice before he died.
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The online chatter-battle over how much bod one should¬†share with airport security screeners continues as¬†Thanksgiving travel begins. If you're¬†curious which airports have body scanning technology, find that here. When we're traveling, we'll be¬†loading up on headache soothing apps and a few drinks. (Starbucks is giving away certain menu items until November 21.)
Ooh, yeah ... that¬†makes us¬†sing Kanye's catchy old¬†"Workout," ditty¬†("All them mocha lattes/ya gotta do Pilates") ... Pause for little WebPulse dance. Ok ... Where were we? Oh, yeah, getting fat. There's no¬†doubt you'll hear someone lamenting that they need to get in the (high-concept)¬†gym¬†after stuffing themselves¬†with turkey. Beat 'em all to it and¬†get¬†on that treadmill and sweat for a few. Rest assured that no one expects you to be Tom Cruise. Look,¬†America's most beloved Scientologist¬†is sitting on the world's tallest building! You will never be as physically able as Tom Cruise, and in that you should find peace.
We're not sure how to transition to discussing a weird ad about safe sex featuring Bristol Palin and The Situation. There are so many cheap jokes to¬†be had here. We don't know where to start, so we'll leave it to you. Just watch.