We saw the pictures before the video came out, and those were pretty horrifying – but here it is, LIVE. Watch until you’re sufficiently terrified, shouldn’t take more than a few seconds.
Obviously, the movie would be called “Burr”. Something tells us they wouldn’t fall in love though.
This is pretty damn clever:
“You found THAT in my butt?”
This story is 100% accurate, by the way.
Two Texas men fought– one using a replica sword from the Zelda video game, and the other grabbing a flowerpot.
The fight started when a man was at home with his girlfriend. The girlfriend’s estranged husband knocked on the door, and the girlfriend let him inside. The man told the estranged husband to leave and when he didn’t, he walked back to his room to get his sword replica from the Legend of Zelda Nintendo game.
The estranged husband hit him over the head with a flower pot.
The two men are going to be okay, physically.
The teenager who had sex with a hot pocket came forward and explained his reasoning for doing it.
The teen is known by his Twitter handle VersacePockets. He said that his reason was to gain internet fame.
He said: “I tried doing it without a condom and it was just, like, way too hot. I put it in the fridge for a little bit and I was like, ‘Dude, I’m gonna have to use a condom if I’m gonna actually stick my d**k in the whole Hot Pocket.’”
He was kicked off of Twitter and Vine, and blocked by @hotpockets.
A fake chef managed to book himself on Wisconsin local news programs.
The creators of a touring comedy show called the Found Footage Festival introduced a guy named Chef Keith.
The fake chef made five TV apperances, ” giving tips for sprucing up ypur holiday lefovers, even though he wasn’t a real guy.”
He blended meat, corn, ham and other holiday staples into a drink and some of the hosts even drank it.
He mentioned to hosts that he was self-taught before giving advice to “Put on your corn sprinkles, and don’t forget the cranberry cherry on top.”
The prankster claimed that “everyone at the news station was delightful and thanked me for coming on afterward.”
He added, “They wished me the best of luck on my book. Bless them and their tolerance for putting up with an idiot both on and off air.”
We laughed nonstop at this mix! Here’s the original movie clip
If only the Japanese would’ve known about this trick in the 50′s.