I came across this hilarious video yesterday. Simply called "Stop Looking At Your Phone" it's a pretty cool parody of Downton Abbey highlighting our dependence on our phones. It's done by "The Britishes" who I had never heard of before. The script is well put together and putting aside the terrible English accents it is very funny. The bit at the end with the Titanic had me in fits of laughter. And yes I know what you are thinking...I did watch it on my phone.
Clearly this ferret does not spend a lot of time on the internet. If he had of he would have come across loads of videos showing cats failing miserably at attempting jumps just like this one. Talking about cats have you checked out Jedi Cats?
Sometimes life can be very cruel as this poor, sweet little girl finds out. Fortunately, her painful life lesson turned into a prize-winning video on "America's Funniest Home Videos." Lets hope that now her father, the guy with slow reflexes, should be able to buy her a new toy fairy. He just needs to keep it far away from the fireplace this time.
OK this is definitely one of the better Halloween pranks that I have seen. Also, if you are looking to count your blessings a little early this year, be thankful that you weren't the guy in the elevator at the end of this video. Yikes. Personally I think that I would have a heart attack and pee in my pants if this happened to me. if you enjoyed watching this then click HERE to watch the insane Japanese dinosaur prank.
I've heard of dogs doing amazing things for their owners before but this takes the cake. Bennett, who happens to be a cattle dog, not only retrieves a beer for his "parched" owner on command, but also opens the refrigerator to do so and closes it after he's grabbed the bottle of beer. How cool is that? Bennett has probably set the awesome bar for dogs to an unreachable height. Well, that is unless his next move is to walk down the street and pickup two college coeds to enjoy the beer with his master. If you enjoyed watching this then click HERE to watch a dog fishing.
This is pretty impressive when you consider that I struggled to get my waiter last night just to bring me one beer. Oliver Struempfel, a 38-year-old tax inspector, set a new world record on Sunday at the Gillamoos beer festival in Abensberg by carrying 27 mugs of beer more than 130 feet. The haul weighed approximately 147 pounds, and Struempfel said he wouldn't have been able to do it without "training in a fitness center, especially in winter time." Strangely enough he only had to beat just one other competitor, and that poor bastard wound up looking like a complete plonker next to the champ even though he was carrying damn near 20 liters himself.
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From what I can make out, a few people in a boat on a river in Brazil came across this absolute beast of a snake. One of them, the high-pitched screamer, reacts the way we all would while the other two seem to be all about messing around with this beast of a snake. Lucky for them, it looks like it had itself a giant snack very recently. This might just be the only reason that these idiots are still alive. If that doesn't seriously creep you out then click HERE to watch that infamous scene from the movie Anacondo with Jon Voight.
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Have you ever had one of those days at work where you just want to say,"F**k it. I quit"? Well, this news reporter did and she was brave enough to follow through with it ... on live television no less.
KTVA Anchorage reporter Charlo Greene was in the middle of a report on the Alaska Cannabis Club when the tone of her report took a turn. It just so happens that she is also the owner of that club and since she wants to spend all of her time and efforts on legalizing marijuana in Alaska, she felt she had no other choice than to quit her day job and concentrate on what is important to her.
That led to her glorious f-bomb and walk off the set, all of which was caught on camera. Watch it and enjoy. And maybe cringe. Perhaps the funniest part is watching the flustered news anchor try to handle the situation when they turn the cameras back on her.