Throwback Thursday to this disaster.
"I just gotta be careful to not like disrespect the culture."
Mortal Kombat fans get ready. It turns out that there's a unique way to twist a bell pepper so that it sounds just like someone's chest is being torn apart. Gamers minds are bound to be blown when they realize that some of their favorite moves, and the gnarly sounds that accompanied them take their origins in messing with various fruits.
Robb Manes managed to get a video of a "Movie Night Under The Stars" that went sideways as a storm blew in. The oodles of air mattresses blown across this Denver field is a hypnotic sight to behold. So hypnotic in fact, that people on twitter decided to set music to what Robb dubbed the "mattress migration." If you like stuff being blow away by wind, check out these porta-potties that shot up like a rocket or this Turkish man who Mary Poppins'd on an umbrella.
Most videos of these kinds of rides feature people screaming until they throw up and pass out, but this one takes a different turn. After all that he's still got the audacity to say he took it like a champ. One ride on that slingshot thing is like 75 bucks so hopefully it was worth it.
It would be embarrassing if this happened in front of one or two people but this guy managed to get his hair blown clean off during a live performance like a goddamn cartoon. Farruko himself, who had previously denied his baldness, addressed the event on Instagram and was apparently a pretty good sport about it.
This panicked mom named Christina Tufford, found herself in a race against the clock after realizing she'd accidentally locked her 10-month-old daughter, Maddie, in the car alongside the keys. The terrifying event took place in Florida, where that sweltering heat can pose a huge health risk, especially when you factor in being trapped inside of a hot car. Ten minutes into this drama, the car's air conditioner shut off, and then temperatures inside of the car really began to rise.
Fortunately everything works out, and they're able to break open the window to get Maddie out in time. The one lingering question we have though, is how did this end up taking so long?
Director Vincent Peone, got to enjoy a private jet like experience when he defied the odds and ended up being the only passenger aboard a Delta flight from Aspen, Colorado to Salt Lake City, Utah. Peone managed to document his bizarre and hilarious experience, and at one point captures some of the crew members loading up a ton of sand bags to add weight to the plane, because he was the only passenger on board!
You didn't know you needed this, but here's a video version of this conversation of a person who needed photos of cenozoic animals with their mouths open so he could photoshop microphones into them. It's simple but by god it's one of those wonderful gems of the internet.
Sheehy-Guiseppi had the heroic confidence to take a leap of emboldened faith and reinforce the talent he knew he possessed. You can read a great recap of his full story on the description of the YouTube video. Quite inspiring, and we hope he has nothing but a great career ahead of him!
There was a misunderstanding at the American Association for Christian Counselors where the audience was expecting a humorous speech. John Pipers speech instead was incredibly dry and about his own shortcomings, but that didn't clear it up with the crowd right away. A few minutes in he becomes very confused.