Technology is supposed to make life easier, and in this case, it only made things worse.
A TV show in Norway called “Golden Goal” strapped headsets onto some soccer players so that they could only see a bird’s-eye-view of the field.
And the result is absolutely hilarious.
It’s not exactly the most exciting game in the world, but watching them try to navigate around and connect with the ball is pretty entertaining.
The players stick their arms out like a horde of zombies and hobble around just as slow.
At one point the goalie just lays down to make it easier to block any shots, which was the smartest thing he could have done.
Way to use your braaaaaaains…
And all of that on Mother's Day, too. There's gotta be extra brownie points for taking care of the baby that day while being a total mensch.
And here we thought this footage was sped up...
FMX biker Josh Sheehan made history this week as the first motocross rider in the world to complete a triple backflip.
He performed the stunt at Pastranaland in Maryland on April 28, and he has pent the last year preparing for it.
Travis Pastrana, who owns the park, was the first to perform a double backflip back in 2006.
That's Chris Hala'ufia of the London Welsh rugby team, taking down a streaker who was looking to have a little fun at a recent game. Here's a brief video of the tackle itself (safe for work):
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