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CrossFit sure does get a bad name for its participants having terrible form. But with footage like this flying around the web, you can hardly blame us for having a bit of a laugh!


50 Cent opens the doors to his multi-million-dollar Connecticut mansion and parties with Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo, Kidd Kidd, and lots of scantily-clad ladies. From the pool to the dining room, they get it in and Buck even gets his two-step on. Watch it now!


Players are still using GTA Online as their own personal playground of destruction, and these players have turned RPG long shots into an art form. Check out the carnage in this latest video.

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This video features some classic cartoons from the 90′s with hilarious voice dubs. I will never see Spider-Man the same again!


The kid’s clown tattoo is a symbol for someone who’s killed a cop, or willing to do it. Towards the end of the video, the police officer is obviously not happy with the progress of the removal of the tattoo, and shows the young man how much pressure should be applied. Ouch. What if he just really liked clowns? Now he will be way less willing to kill a cop. Good job guys.


Hats off – that was bold running through almost 8 Gold Coast players 25 metres out from their goals and it paid off. I love it when players take risks – that’s how you win a game of footy.


For divers, getting up close and personal with marine life in its natural habitat makes for a dive that won’t soon be forgotten. One of the most beloved of marine creatures is the graceful manta, and if you’re lucky enough to see these large beings glide and summersault through the sea, you’ll be left in awe. Watch as Chris Cilfone dives in the waters off Maui, HI and discovers a school of Giant Oceanic Manta Rays.

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James Franco, Seth Rogen and MTV teamed up to shoot a brand new promotional skit for the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards titled Dave Skylark’s Very Special VMA Special, and it did not disappoint.


“The car in question was sitting at the road side, idling, at 10.48pm on a Saturday night when the resident from above clearly objected to the noise caused by cars in general and took it upon himself to resolve the situation by throwing objects at the car. It is well documented that the residents of the local area are becoming increasingly angered by the noise of vehicles on the streets outside, which the media would have you believe is due to the arrival of cars from the Middle-East in this period following the end of Ramadan. However the reality is that generally it is caused by British registered cars (not supercars) trying to play up and impress and choosing this to be where they do it. I certainly do not condone the antisocial behaviour, but nor do I feel this is the correct response to such an issue.” – Tim Shmee150

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Subaru Driver Patrick Richard and Co-Driver Alan Ockwell strike disaster during the Canadian Rally Championship, when they hit an embankment and flip. Usually this would put an end to their race, but somehow they pressed on.

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Luckily no one was seriously injured after a bus with failed brakes flew off a wall, narrowly missing another bus full of passengers. Yikes!


BMW seems big on drifting these days, and so are we, for the record. The video features the M4 sliding in very close proximity to other M cars of various vintages, churning up nimbus clouds of tire smoke, before it takes its spot at the end of a formation that depicts the BMW M logo when viewed from above. The driving was performed by BMW Performance Driving School chief instructor Matt Mullins and Formula Drift champion Chris Forsberg. Check it out!

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Exciting developments in camera technology have levelled out of the playing field between the professional and the amateur, so the battle now for programme makers like award-winning wildlife filmmaker John Downer is having to produce something incredible. Check out the awesome techniques he uses!


A group of kayakers were treated to an amazing (and heart-stopping) close encounter with a humpback whale earlier this summer. Cimeron Morrissey said she wasn’t scared at first because she said she knows that the whales are graceful and fully aware of their surroundings. But she said she was shocked when the whale swam up to her kayak and then dove right underneath it. Check it out!


Leap. It’s the hardest thing to do in life. Rocky the French bulldog knows it. You know it. The Thundercats knew it. Yet sometimes we forget. We cling to where we are in life, whether it be a job, a relationship, the edge of a sofa. We convince ourselves that it’s not worth the risk. But this brave frenchie is a reminder that when you leap, good things will happen in life. Thank you, Rocky.

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Potholes are dangerous, but usually avoidable. They get tricky to miss when they are hiding in murky water like a damn crocodile though.This poor dude has the worst luck ever!


Cam Zink admitted to being scared before his big jump. For months. “Just so much nerves and suppressing them,” he said. “Like putting them in a bottle.” The professional mountain biker turned those jitters into a world record executing a 100-foot dirt-to-dirt back-flip at Mammoth Mountain. “This is like a dream,” he said. “It was the smoothest landing I’ve ever had.” Racing down the mountainside, Zink hit 46 mph as he launched himself off a 15-foot-high incline, flipped slowly through the air and landed on a 25-foot-high landing ramp. His official distance was 100 feet, 3 inches.