Remember #FakeAoki? Aka Perth photographer Jarrad Seng, who pulled an A+ prank on punters at Stereosonic by convincing them he was top-billed DJ Steve Aoki – and filmed the whole damn thing. Well, he’s made his way into the trolling Hall of Fame once again, this time with the help of the real-life, cake-tossing Aoki. The pair conducted another ‘social experiment’ on the revellers at Melbourne Stereosonic last weekend in which Seng tossed on his fake beard and rave gear once more while #RealAoki tagged along posing as his photographer.
UK charger Andrew Cotton here has been on most giant Nazare swells over the last couple years. “Today, it felt like the whole ocean was moving,” he said. “But now, it almost gets watered down. The first time it was giant I was really nervous, but now I’m more relaxed. It’s less of a big deal. But sometimes the photos and video don’t do the waves justice. There’s so much water out there; so much danger.” “It’s always shifty out there,” surfer Garrett McNamara said. “One set looks good and goes flat and another set does’t look like much and goes crazy. A lot of times the best waves look like they’re gonna close out, but they can be the best ones. Today was right up there with anything we’ve surfed. The waves were massive.”
If he had a sign, I would buy the sh*t out of that product. The white tennis shoes and fanny pack. This dude doesn’t give a f**k what anybody else thinks and he’s probably more happy than I’ll ever be. Somewhere though, his teenage daughter’s eyes have just rolled out of her sockets. His shadow lost a pound trying to keep up!
Ransack a man’s business regardless of the condition it is in and get shot the f**k up. Even if he is protecting a wheelbarrow full of bricks. I like to get this dude a Mossberg shotgun so he doesn’t have to reload so often. Let’s start a fundraiser. Camera man has balls the size of watermelons by the way.
Researchers at King’s College London, in the United Kingdom believe exercise can slow the ageing process. Their study compared participant’s telomeres – sequences of DNA found at the end of a chromosome that protect chromosomes from damage. Telomeres get shorter and can’t play their role of protector as well as people continue to age and cells die off. Shorter telomeres mean older, more tired cells. However, the telomeres of participants who exercised more in their leisure time were longer than the telomeres of people who didn’t get as much physical activity. That led researchers to conclude that people who exercise regularly are biologically younger than those who are sedentary.
This amazing video follows Sofles painting Paris with Gomer over 2 summers, with appearances from Dashe and Babs. Filmed and edited by Selina Miles.