Whoops: Anchor Calls a FireTruck a F–k Truck on Live TV

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.

What if Babies Were Pizza?

What if babies were pizza? Well the question alone is inherently asinine, but that being said, life as a parent would be 10,000x better. I say this as a pizza-loving-non-parent. But I’m pretty sure that pizza > kids.

House Explodes on Live TV


Holy crap!  It’s not like this house just spontaneously combusted, as it had been burning for about 15 minutes before this.  The cameras were just there because of a shots fired incident. But still.  This is awesome.  Sorry about your house, though.

 

Dudes Kiss to Hide Methball From Cops

When two men in Oklahoma were stopped for a traffic violation, they decided to “be gay for a second” to try to hide their drugs.

The police officer’s dash cam picked up on the passenger planning to eat meth to avoid getting busted until the driver thought of a better idea.

He told his friend that he doesn’t want him to die by ODing, and said, “We’re going to have to be gay for a second.”

One man said, “Try suck some of your saliva off of it and I will,” and the two men then “kissed” to exchange the meth ball.

They both ended up being arrested, with the driver having several outstanding warrants.