With the lockout continuing, NBA players have been forced to look elsewhere to fulfill their basketball jones. In the case of Dwight Howard, this journey took him to Japan, where the Orlando Magic center recently dunked on an 11-foot hoop which had been attached to the neck of a 12-foot stuffed giraffe, during an exhibition at a Tokyo mall.
Yes, it all sounds a bit strange, but the crowd gets really into it.
Texas Armoring CEO Trent Kimbal really believes in his products. So much so that he was willing to stand behind an 2.16 inch bulletproof windshield plate manufactured by his company while one of his employees shot three AK-47 rounds at him.
Yup, this is one that most definitely shouldn’t be tried at home. Check it out below.
In the clip below, a little fuzzy duckling has an unlikely nosh: a large pizza.
If this video makes you go, “Mmm, duck pizza,” you’re not alone: The YouTuber who posted the recording of his pet going to town on a loaded Pizza Hut pie actually disabled all YouTube comments “due to sick idiots that want to eat him.”
In a couple of new promotional spots for his September 19 Comedy Central Roast, Charlie Sheen is cast as the conductor of the Roast Express, a crazy train loaded with silicon-injected goddesses and visualizations of some of Sheen’s notorious catch phrases (“winning,” anyone?).
Another oddity of the Sheen roast is the fact that Mike Tyson will be the Roastmaster.
The train makes stops in Goddess Harbor and Tiger Valley, but when one babe asks if Normalville is on the route, Sheen quips that “we left there a long time ago.”
A Georgia man was aware that his pickup truck had no functional brakes when he took it for a drive Wednesday afternoon. But the 24-year-old was under the mistaken — and likely Saturday morning cartoon-influenced — impression he could just stop the vehicle by sticking his foot out the door and dragging it across the pavement, Fred Flinstone-style.
‘Single Ladies (Put A Ring On it),’ Beyonce’s slickly-produced single about female empowerment, spent four weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was named Rolling Stone’s best song of 2008. Turns out the tune also holds up surprisingly well when sung by a male ukulele player.
Check out the bizarre, but enthusiastic, cover below.
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