This is the craziest Black Friday video yet. Women will kill over bra deals.
Ever wondered what it’s like to see somebody get hit by a car traveling 60 mph, and then GET UP? Only in Soviet Russia. Dude was probably loaded up on enough vodka to where his body didn’t tense up at all. Either way, this is pretty badass, and we don’t recommend trying at home.
Comedian Aamer Rahman throws down on reverse racism. Epic:
This man has got MOVES. And that tongue, it would put Michael Douglas to shame. Nice bluetooth earpiece, by the way.
A man in South Carolina was attacked by his SON during a fight about macaroni and cheese.
Dad told police he was assaulted by his 20-year-old son. The son lives with his dad but doesn’t contribute to the household. When his dad went to make some mac and cheese for dinner, the cheese packets were missing from the box. That’s when he went to tell his son to stop using all of the cheese packets.
The two exchanged a few words and when the dad walked away, his son ran after him and punched him in the face and head. The two ended up on the ground until the dad put his son in a headlock.
Cops noticed a bruise and cut on the man’s face, and his son with a black eye. The dad wanted to file charges, so the son was arrested and taken away.
A Washington D.C. man was charged with fraud for faking injuries after slipping on a banana peel.
The man tried to get $15,000 for the injuries but surveillance tapes showed the man placed the banana peel himself.
The video showed him getting in an elevator and placing the peel on the ground. He looked into the camera several times and when leaving the elevator made it look like he slipped on the peel. He then started yelling at a janitor for not cleaning the elevator and said he suffered an injury to his leg and hip.
The cops were called and he was arrested.
During yesterday’s 49ers-Rams game, Vernon Davis was tackled by T.J. McDonald who grabbed him by his manhood. He’s gonna need some ice on that.
Newsman character Ron Burgundy co-anchored a newscast in Minot, North Dakota with weekend host Amber Schatz.
Actor Will Ferrell wore the famous burgundy blazer while reading the nightly news.
Farrell read news updates for the weather and sports, and then introduced a light-hearted story about facial hair.
When one of the hosts asked ‘Ron’ how long it took him to grow his famous mo, Farrell joked: ‘Twenty minutes’.
His sequel film, “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues,” is set for release on December 18th.
Amazon.com founder and CEO Jeff Bezos plans to use drones to deliver packages to customers in the near future.
He said the drones would enable Amazon to “do half hour delivery.”
“And we can carry objects, we think, up to five pounds, which covers 86 percent of the items that we deliver.”
Bezos said that the drones couldn’t realistically be launched until 2015, but he was hopeful that they could be incorporated into Amazon’s operation in four or five years.
A man was arrested during Black Friday at Mall of America in Minnesota after he threw $1,000 in dollar bills from the fourth floor rotunda as a choir performed “Let it Snow” on the ground floor below.
Serge Vorobyov goes by the YouTube handle “Serge the Car Hauler.” He said he tossed the cash because he’s had a rough year and just wanted to help other people on Black Friday.
His YouTube vlog said: “People think it’s an evil number, I thought it was supposed to be a lucky number. I went through a horrible divorce, and she even took the cat and won’t tell me where it is. I thought I would just spread some holiday cheer, pay it forward.”
Unfortunately, police didn’t agree. They arrested him and charged him with disorderly conduct. A Mall of America spokesperson explained that he could have caused a major disturbance and someone could have been hurt. He’ll be in court soon.