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Via: ViralHog
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This video delivers.

There's something very funny about some just slowly sliding down a hill. Like their moving slow enough that they should be able to take control of the situation, but they just can't. It's great. 

Via: Gp Funny
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With friends like these, am I right?

I am, aren't I?

This video entitled "Girl Plays On Thin Ice and Pays The Price" is the story of all of us. We regularly tap our feet on ice, hoping that it's frozen enough to support us. Unfortunately, we are disappointed by ice and left screaming and grasping for safety. 

Our friends, our dear, dear friends, they do not help. But rather watch and laugh. Later, after everyone's had a nice mug of warm cocoa, they'll upload the video of that time you nearly died of hypothermia to YouTube.

via Blingee

Via: Beyond the press
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Look sometimes you just want to see if something will melt. It’s a similar impulse to seeing if something can be crushed or broken when dropped from great heights. Bascially, we all like a little destruction in our lives.

And this is one of the most satisfying bits of destruction you’re likely to see today.

The YouTube channel Beyond the Press brought a “super sized red hot nickel ball thing” and dropped it on a frozen lake. The ball, essentially, melts the shit out of the lake before disappearing into the icy water below.

Here’s a teaser:



via Sploid

Via: whitebearautos
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Sometimes, a video comes along that perfectly encapsulates the culture. At one point, it was “Charlie Bit My Finger.” Then came “The Sneezing Baby Panda” and, of course, “Drummer at the Wrong Gig.” 

Now, in 2017, is the time of the “White Bear Mitsubishi’s Gopher Hockey Outtakes — White Bear on Ice.”

This video delivers. You want to see a bear mascot slipping on ice over and over? Well, you got it. The description asks “How many takes to have a White Bear not slip on the ice during a commercial shoot?” But the real question is how many times can we ask. The answer: As many as it takes.

Enjoy this video, bookmark this video, and watch it whenever you’re feeling a little blue.

This is your failsafe.

H/T Gothamist