British game show host Bradley Walsh couldn’t contain the laughter brought on by the funny-sounding name of German skier Fanny Chmelar. Walsh gets an A for effort, but once that giggle fit takes hold, there’s no stopping it.
Meet Cameron Pilley, professional squash player, who just last week hit a squash ball at 175 miles per hour, setting a new world record. Rather than showing you the record-breaking event, however, the Aussie athlete recreated his famous serve while aiming the ball at his (willing) brother’s bare back.
The resulting damage is NSFL enough that you might want to stop the video before the 1:16 mark if you get queasy easily.
The Daily sent their “Puppet News Team,” i.e. Lester Lester, Jr. and Leslie Smokinhot (seriously) to see who, exactly, is occupying the financial district of Manhattan. Their answer: hippies, and lots of them. Cue the Phish and hacky sack jokes.
Always wear a helmet when riding a bicycle — you never know what accident might befall you. A car could run a stop sign, a pothole could appear seemingly from nowhere, or a charging antelope might run you over.
Ranch dressing is the ultimate American condiment. So it’s about time someone combined it with another great tradition: eating contests. The guys in this video really have a taste for the stuff — and some strong stomachs.
Russian rocker Alexander Ishutin doesn’t waste any time between performances. In order to bring his music to the masses, Alexander created a literal “bandwagon” using a motorbike and sidecar. Watch this ingenious traveling band in action.
A Norwegian soccer player may have set a record with a monster header goal. Guinness World Records has yet to confirm the numbers, but it is likely that Jone Samuelsen’s 57-meter (62.33 yards) header goal is the longest ever recorded. Now that’s using your head.
Soccer star Walter Pandiani of RCD Espanyol won a match against the Getafe football club this weekend with a last-minute goal. Naturally, the press wanted to talk to him immediately, but with no time to shower, Pandiani couldn’t stop sweating through the entire interview and soaked his dress shirt clean through by the conversation’s end.
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