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Just in case you were ever considering trying out base jumping, this guy's video of his base jump at a spot called "The Shard" is absolutely terrifying. The complete lack of hesitation is pretty surreal as well 

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Company Won't Hire Employee Directly, They Live To Regret It

The most mind boggling part about this scenario might be the fact that the boss had the audacity to call and ask questions about something their ex employee used to do for the company before they were asked to leave the company. Like, you burn a bridge, you can't proceed to walk over it. Check out another professional revenge with this customer who flooded an unresponsive ISP company with tickets

Company won't hire an employee directly and they end up living to regret it.
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High level badminton is an adrenaline-charged experience for the players, and the viewers. Seriously, the noises coming off those rackets, as well as the spontaneous eruptions of dudes screaming, makes for quite the spectacle. 

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People's Real Life Plot Twists

Life just loves to throw curveballs our way. If it seems like things are kicking along smoothly, you probably get that uncomfortable ache in the pit of your stomach that everything's about to get shaken up in one way or another. It just seems to be the natural course of life. We can always count on it being consistently inconsistent. These people's real life plot twists certainly contribute toward that outlook. 

A collection of tweets about people's real life plot twists.
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So well, apparently there are reports that this story could just be a work of fiction. Regardless it makes for quite the entertaining rollercoaster. 

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Just in case you haven't seen "Ratatouille" you might consider remedying that as soon as possible. The movie is brimming with good vibes, and packs a wonderful storyline that follows an initially aimless, aspiring chef in Paris that ends up being able to ride on the coattails of a rat. But that's all we'll give away for now. This viral video from Tik Tok user, mmmjoemele, has his dad being transformed to be the spitting image of Ratatouille's notorious food critic, Anton Ego. 

For some more entertaining "Ratatouille" content check out this Tumblr thread that pays homage to all of the film's struggling protagonist, Linguini's, struggles.

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Honestly, all this exceptional drone footage does a phenomenal job at painting a picture of sharks actually being peaceful. Of course, it can be hit or miss, and one should always exercise caution when you're swimming around in their domain, but it's nice to see that some of the massive beings don't live down to the nasty stereotype perpetuated by various films in Hollywood. 

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The late Fred Dibnah makes this terrifying spectacle look like a piece of cake. That's how you know you're witnessing the work of a master. On top of ascending the 330 foot chimney, Dibnah also navigates the 5 foot overhangs like they're no trouble at all. 

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Honestly, this insanely lengthy water slide adventure looks like it'd be very inviting for anyone looking to drift off into dreamland for a bit. The sound of the water, the fresh air, the scenery provided by nature, etc...all about it. Might want to pack a bottle of water and a snack for the journey though. 

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Joan Mir pulled off nothing short of a miracle recovery after wiping out real hard on their bike. This is some superhuman level madness. 

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This is definitely more than the pure talent that this kid's clearly radiating. You can tell the dude also put in countless hours of hard work. That's really how you can ultimately take talent places. You've got to put in the work first. With that being said, what a performance. Floored! 

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Oh man, why'd Sir Ian McKellen have to go and do Professor McGonagall like that? With that being said, there's no denying that he pretty much nailed it. A true talent. 

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People are full of surprises, and we have a whole lot more energy in our reserve tanks than we're conditioned to give ourselves credit for. Let this superhuman comeback serve as a testament to that. Unreal. 

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Can you imagine what must've been racing through this motorcyclist's brain when he flew through the air, after crashing into the car in front of him, and then miraculously sticks the landing like it was all part of the master plan? I'd guess nothing short of pure disbelief. He looks like he was somehow unharmed. Seriously though, what an unreal turn of events. 

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Let's be real, this guy's response to the infamous million dollar question is pleasantly realistic. His heart must've been beating outside of his chest. 

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Who are we to draw assumptions about whether or not walruses thoroughly enjoy music or not? Because clearly, by the looks of this video, walruses absolutely love their tunes.