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Yet another fine example of why the world loves Tony Hawk. Check out a series of times that people met Tony Hawk, and had no idea they were talking to the man himself.

Via Eric M
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The fact that this dude willingly accepted a bungee jump scenario, blindfolded, and put all that trust in his friends, is actually pretty beautiful. His mind must've melted in complete confusion when he hit the water. 

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Alex Ezorsky shows us the horrible dangers of what can happen to you when you get distracted while making videos of yourself using visual effects software.

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Here's Scottish sports broadcaster Andrew Cotter using his golf voice to describe his dogs on a walk, in an apparent competition to see who can disgrace themselves more.

Via Cracked
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Our friends over at Cracked are back at it again with the latest installment to their weekly video series, "Your Brain On Cracked." This fun video explores five different characters whose jobs just don't make sense in the real world as we know it. 

Via Team Coco
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We get a truly comprehensive, impressive rant from Conan O'Brien's Associate Producer, Jordan Schlansky, on why Star Wars is better than Star Trek. His brain was clearly up for the challenge. Apparently the rant was supposed to end much sooner, but Conan and his team didn't cut him off. Thank goodness. 

Via 4096
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The amount of time that this dude must've put into recreating all the artwork in the new vectors is truly mind blowing. Cool stuff, indeed!

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It's a pretty known thing that CPUs generate a lot of heat, but sometimes people people like to kick it up a notch. So why not put that "so hot you could fry an egg on the sidewalk" mentality to the test and cook some beef using your computer.

Via Math
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Never forget the time a gamer dude made a bet about the new Bethesda reveal being Fallout 3 Remastered, lost the bet, and then had to drink a bottle of hot sauce. Ouch, literally. At least he made good on the bet. 

Via Dan Mace
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This guy got challenged to make music with bricks, so he went ahead and played The Weeknd's "Blinding Lights" with bricks. Um, that's amazing. Had no idea that was possible. 

Via Cracked
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Our friends at Cracked are back at it again with a fresh installment to their weekly video series, "Your Brain On Cracked." This one's just too much fun.