This cat has had it up to here with everyone and their mom trying to upload vids of themselves singing “Let it Go” from Frozen. Naturally, the cat goes all Jon Taffer on the whole thing and shuts it down.
Like this, apparently. The stuff of nightmares. Good theft deterrent, though?
This is actually a pretty brilliant plan. Might work better if you turn around and use the advice within moments of asking for it, but it seems that the best ‘wingman’ you can get is the girl herself? Mind blown.
Okay, so they don’t come out of your skin and this guy definitely doesn’t have Wolverine’s Adamantium skeleton, but holy Hell! This is amazing. Pretty sure he’s clinically insane and shouldn’t be using those without supervision. Somebody better keep some heavy magnets handy.
Okay, if you can’t handle watching nature play out in front of you, you may want to skip this video. But, if you want to see some animal kingdom carnage, holy balls. This lion could have a promising career in the NFL with a pick like that.
We’ve all seen some pretty terrible cover bands before, but these stick out:
5. By The Way
his clip, which features a high school band rushing through a sloppy version of the Chili Peppers’ ‘By the Way,’ is a sight to behold. The drummer can hold the beat down, the bassist actually has a little bit of a funk thing going on, the guitarist is tuned up and capable, and the frontman — well, he certainly is energetic. Perhaps he has a little too much energy as sings off key and hops around the stage, doing his best Anthony Kiedis dance moves and generally looking silly. In fairness to him, he’s singing in a foreign language, and Kiedis himself isn’t known for his pitch-perfect vocals. That still doesn’t make things right.
4. Enter Sandman
Why does it always have to be ‘Enter Sandman?’ Couldn’t some band massacre ‘Creeping Death,’ ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls?’ or ‘Master of Puppets’ — ‘Master’ would be so easy to mess up. The guitarist isn’t half bad on the intro, but when the synths (synths on a Metallica song?!) come in totally off key, it’s already beyond saving. By the time he starts singing, it’s off to never-never land, indeed.
3. Holy Diver
It takes a while for this Dio cover band to get going, but once they do … actually, they never really do get going. It takes forever for this Swedish two-piece to actually get on the stage and another eternity to tune up … and for what? To stand around, fumble uncomfortably with their instruments and attempt to play the song a handful of times, all for naught. At least the crowd seems to be laughing with them, not at them.
Let’s rank what we see on stage in terms of effectiveness, from most to least, shall we? 1. The drummer 2. The bassist. 3. The guitarist 4. The American flag 5. The singer. It’s certainly not easy playing the challenging music of this SOAD song, and this band does a halfway decent job –- until the singer comes in. On second thought, maybe the flag should rank higher.
1. We’re Not Even Sure (Run To The Hills/Walk?)
Well this is a train wreck. Where is the guitar?! At least there’s a pit. Plus for the group vocals. Big negative for forcing a bunch of innocent kids to watch it.
Bonus: Comfortably Numb
A surveillance video taken outside a home in California shows a cat saving a boy from being brutally attacked by a dog.
In the video, you see a young boy on his tricycle sitting in his driveway when the neighbor’s dog runs over and sinks his teeth into the boy’s leg, dragging him down the driveway.
That’s when a surprise hero enters the scene – the boy’s childhood cat named Tara. The dog is a lot bigger than Tara but she runs over and pounces on the dog and he immediately runs away and down the street.
The boy still needed stitches in his leg, but it looks like the cat helped save him from getting hurt even worse.
Police said the dog will be quarantined for 10 days then euthanized.
Holy balls! If you’re a fan of both Super Mario World and Game of Thrones – lemme warn you: Your head might explode a little bit.
Alison Bologna, an anchor for Providence, Rhode Island’s NBC 10, earned a spot in every future YouTube news blooper compilation for her coverage of a fuck truck—er, a fire truck—that overturned near Charlotte, N.C., last Thursday, injuring four.
Bologna plowed through the story without acknowledging her mistake, although she was much more deliberate about pronouncing the word fire through the rest of the report.
And those “f–k” fighters? They’re all gonna be okay, they only had minor injuries.
Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler has donated $1,000 toward the reward fund to find the suspect wanted in the recent killing of 25 cats in Yonkers, New York.
He said, “It is so tragic that we have human beings among us that are capable of committing such a heinous and heartless crime. Surely there is someone out there that knows who has done this. Please do the right thing and come forward to get this coward off the streets.”
Butler’s contribution increases the reward to $25,000.