Remember the good ol’ days…Back when boys were allowed to be boys? Now they get kicked out of school if they bite their food in to the wrong shape. Wow, this brings back some good memories.
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Dammit dog…fight back!
Who knew the cello could be so cool? About 3 years ago, 16-year-old cellist Nathan Chan and 15-year-old violinist Michael Province recorded this amazingly nerdy rendition of the Beatles’ classic “Let It Be”. As we cellists say, “Cello: The Best Vibrations between Your Legs”…Seriously, I was blown away, these kids are amazing.
I hate how all these videos cut out before any reaction takes place…I wanted to see the look on that asshole’s face after he got punched.
It’s not very often I laugh out loud, but that’s just because I am such a grumpy bastard, but this video of a dog pushing a cat into a bath tub is just…well, its just great. Stafford Kai and cat Shadow are watching a wind up toy in the bath when Kai gets impatient! [Cheers
Pentagon Creates New Medal for Drone Pilots – Cause Drinking Moutain Dew Miles away from the Combat Zone Deserves a Medal Too
If you enjoy drinking Mountain Dew and are really, really good at playing video games, you may just have a career in the military… and you might even get a medal for your bravery. The Pentagon is creating a new high-level military medal that will recognize drone pilots and, in a controversial twist, giving it
Yes…cause right after you learn to walk, you need to shoot hoops. Watch out NBA. Amazing shots from a kid (Titus) between 18 and 24 months old. He began shooting baskets shortly after learning to walk, we started filming some, and then got totally carried away.
This is nature at its absolute disgusting, creepy, horrific best. Australian skater Brent Askwith was working on a film when he saw a huge spider. He killed it with some insecticidal spray and then a massive parasitic worm…well just watch the video.
As far as bizarre/creepy/WTF goes, this little critter takes the cake. After liquefying and consuming the innards of its latest victims, the half inch in size ‘assassin bug’ attaches the empty carcases on its back – not so much as a trophy or to show off, but more of a ploy in an attempt to