Rugby Players Actually Take the Hits That Soccer Players Pretend to Suffer. Check This:

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That's England's Courtney Lawes laying a huge hit on Jules Plisson of France. And by all accounts, that was a legal hit. Meanwhile on the pitch from the world's game, a gust of wind can cause a hairline fracture - if the players are to be believed.

Darth Vader Pulls Off a North Carolina Bank Robbery, Gets Drunk at a Hockey Game in One Week

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That's a man in a Darth Vader mask successfully getting away with a bank robbery in Pineville, NC last Monday. Luckily no one was injured in the event. Meanwhile, Star Wars Night at the AHL Manchester Monarchs game featured a Vader who was clearly none too experienced with walking on ice. 



Or maybe just failing to force choke members of the away team. Such is the mystery of the game.

"Wham-Sauce" is the New Phrase We Should Add to Our Lexicon After This Runner Destroys the Meet Crew

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Skip to around the 1:10 mark to get to the moment in question.

Wham-Sauce (\ˈwam-ˈss\): A forceful but non-threatening blow upon an unsuspecting party. In a sentence:

"He just wham-sauced the meet crew! It doesn't matter, he's a national champion!"

Further examples:

"Carla really wham-sauced that plate of pizza rolls. They never saw it coming."

In noun form:

"Kendrick Lamar just slathered an extra-helping of wham-sauce all over us by releasing an album unannounced." 

As an adjective or modifier:

"Ironically, this weak-ass hot sauce is the least wham-sauce thing I've ever tasted."

The words "wham-sauce" now don't look like words after reading them this long. You're welcome.