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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 Fail Blog
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Oh boy, buckle on up for a compilation of this year's best fails to date. As long as this earth keeps spinning, and people keep making decisions before putting in the thought necessary to avoid utter catastrophes, we're going to have more fails coming out of the woodwork. 

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Good for Judge Judy for coming to this poor dude's defense. Guy looked like he was about to break down! 

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The audience was not anywhere near ready for the caliber of this performance. Eager to see where these kids wind up if they keep up these kinds of performances into their later years. 

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Dad had us going for a second there with the talk of being able to quit the job over 35,000. Then, of course, everything else happened. 

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You might think that you've cringed hard before, but you haven't seen this dude try to get a class riled up before an exam, before. All of his fiery, emboldened passion is met with a devastating tidal wave of gross indifference from the rest of the classroom. 

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For real, we're looking at "The Curious Case of Mike Tyson." This legend is aging backwards. His explosiveness seems like it's better than ever. Roy Jones Jr. still has some time to cancel that upcoming bout in November. 

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Here it comes at high speed, ready to break the sound barrier and slam into this glass wall with the completely relenting force of one Floridian aquatic mammal.

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He was foolish enough to dump his mail. That allowed for the 15 seconds of pure golden petty revenge that we see here. 

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Lion was probably just trying to get in his Uber ride. People can be so inconsiderate sometimes. 

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Wonder if his boss appreciated the fact that he was following procedure, or if he just straight up fired him. 

Via Videojug
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Turns out it doesn't take an extensive vocabulary to drive an irritating telemarketer crazy. All that it takes is a simple, "yes" to get the job done. Next time he should try out "perhaps", and see how that goes. 

Via Keydric
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The fact that this guy made this recording to make people he loved happy, while he was going through the profound experience of confronting his own death, speaks volumes to his character. Going to guess that he was a whole lot of fun to be around. 

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Via Cracked
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Our friends at Cracked are back at it again with a fresh installment in their weekly video series, "Your Brain On Cracked." This time though, buckle up, cause it is the season finale. They provide some hilarious commentary on how some of those iconic movie villains very well might've been a bunch of knuckleheads. 

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Watch in utter fascination as a man passionately, desperately tries to kick a door down like his actual career depended on it, cause in a sense, it did. He's trying to sell a team of infamously ruthless investors on a door lock that refuses to cooperate. That being said, the real problem here is the deadbolt.