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I'm not sure the video killed the radio guy, but it certainly makes for an entertaining topic of discussion, or even a musical classic. If you've ever wondered what would be the result if you just search for video, you won't be disappointed, but maybe try adding a second word to the phrase, you might find what you're looking for.

Via Cracked
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Our friends at Cracked are back at it again with a fresh video that does a deep dive into figuring out where the mysterious trope of women wrapping their legs around characters in movies to kill them. Strange stuff, indeed. 

Via J C
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Poor dude was just trying to see if Tess was around. By the time he went and connected the dots it was far too late. 

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Via tuuuben
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The whale is clearly some kind of paid actor. Also, whale was clearly trying to keep their ocean clean. Understandable. 

Via TheSleeb
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This was gold. Would love to see whatever excuse was able to have been hatched up after this. Might have to call this one a checkmate, my dudes. 

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Bill was overwhelmed with all kinds of gratitude. We're not surprised he was genuinely worried about having some kind of heart attack after pulling off the win again. 

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This is literally every conflict scene with Oblivion's AI. Gotta love the ending there too. "There's a killer about." Then the dude just goes right back to bed. 

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Not the dramatic oceanside video that he was hoping for, but the one that the world deserves. Looks like kind of a painful experience for the diver. 

Via Ian Davis
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This guy's ability to take something that would devastate most anyone in the world, and use it as a chance to highlight his own mad skills is truly inspiring. 

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It's like he answered the question without actually answering the question. 

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Via WSLS 10
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What we have here is more scientific evidence that nobody, nobody at all, likes to get their feet wet. 

Via upboys
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Honestly, some of these really weren't that bad. It's the effort that counts. 

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In a wonderful moment of mass disappointment, these onlookers who waited just to see the Hogwarts Express had their time expertly ruined by a regular commuter train. That timing is perfection.

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Sometimes enough is enough. The amount of cringe that ensues when they actually up and leave is pure, awkward gold.