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Wholesome and honest and just the kind of moment that warms the heart. Love this mom's sense of humor. 

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Hopefully this translator went on to take a shot at ASMR videos. Also, imagine what it's like when this dude speaks French. 

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Never forget the time that this NFL analyst proceeded to have a breakdown after being asked a question off the script. 

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Dane Jackson takes kayaking to the kind of extremes we never thought possible. The secondhand adrenaline surge is real with this superhuman feat. 

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A Wholesome Post About A Toronto Legend

Well isn't this a wonderfully heartwarming and wholesome little post? Nav Bhatia's a 67-year-old legend who's been to every Toronto basketball game since 1995. And by the sounds of it, he's one of the most entertaining parts about the game. 

wholesome story about Toronto basketball fan | This is Nav Bhatia going see 1/9 lot him waving his towel on TV. He's 67 years old and still cheers louder than teenage nephew. If ever been Raps game can't miss him. But here's most people don't know: | He's been at every single Raptors home game since 1995 right: Every. Single. One. Through Damon, Vince, CB4 zillion coaches, blackouts, blizzards name Big deal, right? Wait, there's more. Bu MEMPHIS EASKE7BALL PTO 95 CAL
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"Nobody thought he could make it in the NBA, until they saw his sweet moves" - Air Bud Fifteen: Not even a dog anymore.

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The sheer level of confidence that it takes to pull that move off is next level. Plus the commentary on this is gold. 

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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.

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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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When the Carolina Hurricanes found that they were in need of an emergency goalie, the 42-year-old Zamboni driver David Ayres stepped in to make 8 saves and help the team beat the Maple Leafs.

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He certainly has a chance to redo that hot take, and absolutely misses the pass. So, we have a wonderful fumble on live TV that is entertaining to this day. Who knows why he decided to stick with his super bowl pick of the Patriots, when they weren't in the game to begin with. 

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Guy Becomes Hockey Superfan In Wholesome Thread

This wholesome moment from humanity actually being pretty awesome never fails to hit the spot. Twitter user @solucity shared some hot takes about the great game of hockey ended up landing him at a Blues game. He'd go on to become a superfan, and we can't blame him. 

Guy becomes a hockey superfan during a wholesome Twitter thread | tweet by Tony X soloucity This shit lit as Fuck Lmaoooo0000 Retweeted Tony X soloucity goalie just said Fuck and left? Retweeted Tony X soloucity Empty net? IM SCREAMING St. Louis Blues O STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS @StLouisBlues Welcome Hockey Twitter stlblues fandom soloucity! Want check out Game 3 live s on us WeAl|BleedBlue
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When his partner Greg Harlow mentioned the prospects of this shot at the World Indoor Bowls Championships, the crowd laughed at the unlikelihood of turning it around. What followed was Nick Brett rolling in a perfectly aimed shot that is so satisfying that you want to watch it twice.

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NHL Player Shoots His Shot With Anna Kendrick, Twitter Tries To Wingman Him

When NHL player Anthony Beauvillier shot his shot with Anna Kendrick on Twitter, people were more than ready to try to wingman the guy. It ended up being a wave of different Twitter users thanking Beauvillier for all the imaginative charitable things he did for them. 

NHL player tweets at actress, multiple accounts sing his imaginative praises thanking him for lending them his expensive vehicles, saving animals and insinuating about the size of his jockstrap | Anthony Beauvillier @titobeauvi21 Hi @AnnaKendrick47
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This is Wally Backman, from the documentary "Playing for Peanuts." After his player is ejected, Wally comes out to demand a reason. In the end he threw 22 bats and a bucket of balls onto the field.