Jan 022013

NSFW Warning – language 

There’s just something about ‘DON’T TOUCH’ that makes us all curious as a kitten. When we see a ‘WET PAINT’ sign, we all want to brush a finger against it, just to see. 

Devon Burnell and Julian are no different. She and her Julian friend were out in the field by a supposed electric fence, and he just couldn’t control himself. He just had to touch it.  

And gosh, did he learn his lesson.


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Dec 312012

Fail Army, the YouTube channel obsessed with all things fails, of course had to make a end-of-the-year wrap up video. Impressively, their Ultimate Fails Compilation 2012 video was only published just before the weekend, and already it had amassed over 10.4 million hits


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Dec 212012

The worst kind of trust fall failures are the ones where nothing spectacular happens. There’s no funny reason the trusting ‘faller’ isn’t caught, and the ‘catchers’ didn’t mess up on purpose. 

But for no other real reason except for being truly pathetic, the ‘catchers’ just drop the ‘faller.’

And that’s exactly what happened to Dan Bob. Let this be a lesson. Be wary of who you trust. Especially when they attempt to comfort you with, ‘Trust us, we’ll catch you.”


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Dec 162012

In much of the world, clearing snow off the roof of one’s home is a winter requirement. The far Eastern European country of Estonia is an example of such a place.

Last winter, Martin Oja recorded a man clearing snow off the roof only for the snow to fall all at once, like a mini-avalanche, and knock the man off the roof. Luckily, he was nearly consumed by the snow which actually broke his fall. 

The video has over 1.2 million views, and is starting to trend again this winter after being featured by DailyPicks


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Nov 202012

 and his buddies rented a huge 26 ft long, 9 ft tall moving truck, and filled it with bag after bag of fallen leaves. After collecting so much, they dumped their treasure of over 1,000 trash bags of leaves in the backyard. 

The enormous 20,000 lb pile of leaves became their landing pad for jumping off the roof. Now, their new fun fall-themed video has over 280,000 views, and is further featured on StuffIStole, AndPop, WhatsTrending, and Chicagoist


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