Adding farts to a video is always a great way to add a slice of humor, but this one really takes the cake.
On Friday night in Italy, while playing an extended version of their song “Daughter,” Pearl Jam busted out a little “Let It Go.”
If you remember back to mid-May, we’ve actually seen Kino before…last time she was doing insanely sexy ‘frog splits‘ against a wall.
Today, it’s a whole other beast. She’s describing what she’s doing, but I can’t… move… my.. eyes… from… Well yeah, you know.
Turns out it’s not just men checking out the goods on the opposite sex in public. Gotcha, ladies!
This video is decidedly liberal in its use of different members of the animal kingdom. We also don’t care. This is the best video—strike that, the best anything—you’ll see all day.
Dave Hax demonstrates how to create a crossbow out of pencils, an ink pen, a binder clip, and rubber bands in his latest instructional video. He then shows off the deadly power of his office crossbow by shooting it into a small cardboard box. We previously wrote about Dave’s video on how to make a mini crossbow with flaming arrows.
Fun and simple mini weapon to make from stationary. 1,2,3,4 I declare office wars!
Ferrell dropped the new challenge in an interview with SPIN, saying, “We did talk about another drum-off. With a third person that looks eerily similar to Chad and I. A third drummer out there.” With a little prodding from Smith, he continued, “We talked about Lars, from Metallica. So, I don’t know. … Lars gets pissed because he gets mistaken for both me and Chad Smith. He can settle that score now, too.”
“There it is,” added Smith. “The gauntlet is down.”
While we wait for Ulrich to respond, ABC News Radio reminds us that the original drum battle was for charity — and reports that specially screened and autographed cymbals ($1,000) and drum heads ($500) are still for sale, with proceeds going to the non-profits designated by Ferrell and Smith. For more information, visit the Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ Facebook page.
I think the video’s description really says it all here: “A psycho soon to be ex-wife destroys the unhappy couple’s own car.” With a hammer, don’t forget the hammer.
I’m not sure what’s more amazing about this video, her methodically tearing the shit out of this guy’s Mazda Miata or him just standing there calmly recording it and commentating. It’s all so fascinating.
Please don’t get any ideas, Mr. Bay. Or anyone else, for that matter.
his baby goat on a motorcycle isn’t kid-ding around. BOOM! Punned!
He’s taking this ride like a champ. I’d be screaming my face off out of fear.
I’m not kidding. No pun, I’m seriously not kidding. Insensitive jerks.
Al and Betty Perry were just driving down the highway, when OMG, A LIGHTNING BOLT JUST HIT THEIR CAR AND IT’S ON FIRE!
“It sounded like a sonic boom,” recounted Al Perry. “It was … that’s how loud [it was].”
The bolt of lightning fried the electrical system, deployed the airbags, and the car filled up with smoke as they sat trapped inside. Al says he tried kicking out the window, but couldn’t escape, saying, “How are we going to get out of this particular thing? This is a coffin.”
Luckily for them a police officer saw the incident and was able to free them without major injury.
Some poor dude in Chile (José Vergara Acevedo, if you’re so inclined) just took the worst elevator ride of his life. Surveillance video shows Acevedo clawing at every single button in the elevator, which clearly didn’t work since the video cuts out immediately after hitting the roof.
So think twice the next time you decide to take the elevator when you’re only going up one floor, because instead you might just end up in a low-budget rehash of a Final Destination movie.
The title of this video is “Wait, is your hair on fire?” and, if you allow us to dabble in spoilers for a moment, the answer is yes. This girl’s hair is on fire. And it’s on fire because she was trying to take a selfie.
This is just the latest trauma caused by selfies (previously: Two girls crashed their car while taking a selfie, uploaded the video from the hospital anyway). Selfies are a clear and present danger. Selfies must be stopped.
For the record, the woman in the video, Lindsey Bowers, appears to be unharmed, as she commented on the Buzzfeed post about the incident that she had been “well and truly told.”
(WARNING: Contains explicit language because HER F—ING HAIR IS ON FIRE.)