compilation

Via JMac NBA
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It's like some of the developers were too scared to tell these guys to do a second take. 

Via FAIL Blog
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Let's throw it on back to 2011, a year where many a great fail occurred. Nothing like a fail compilation to get us going. 

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One does not simply say "Bastard" this much and this well unless you're Sean Bean. It's Boromir/Ned Stark himself and a few dozen moments of bastards.

Via JMac NBA
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It's clearly no easy task to get actual NBA players to lend their voices to your game. In this case it sounds like a combination of none of these guys having a chance to read over their scripts as well as the producers trying to get everything in one take. Holy crap these are bad.

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These awkward freudian slip ups are our new favorite kind of news bloopers. Some cringeworthy gold in these. 

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We're not sure what compels someone to strap on some skates and bomb downhill in an all out slippery race to break their own tailbones, but it sure is thrilling to watch. Here's a compilation of falls, fails, and action from the scary-looking, action-packed sport of competitive downhill ice skating.

Via ViralHog
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What would you do if you had a jumpy roommate? Would you try to understand their fears and treat them with respect? Or would you scare them a bunch and put it online? Is there really any option other than number 2?

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John Dunsworth, who portrayed the widely recognized Jim Lahey character on Trailer Park Boys, has died at the age of 71 years old. The Twitter statement released by family following his death didn't specify his cause of death, and they've asked for privacy as well. Here's a collection of some of Dunsworth's most iconic and ridiculously depraved drunk scenes in Trailer Park Boys, in honor of his fruitful career and passing. 

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What better way to celebrate 25 years of being in business as a leading production company (Matchstick Productions) with a taste for filming the death-defying stunts performed by maniacal adrenaline junkies, than to drop a supercut video that touts the worst of the worst wipeouts.

I'm feeling some legit placebo pain right now, bro. My bones hurt, and my toes are cold, and I want a giant cup of supremely spiked hot fucking cocoa after watching all these. Anyone else? How about a round for the table.