The U.K.’s BBC 3 recently aired a new show called Festivals, Sex and Suspicious Parents. It’s a spin-off of the three-year-old Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents, in which parents spied on the idiotic behavior of their kids (in their late teens and early twenties) on holiday, as the Brits put it. MTV had a show like this called Parental Control, in which parents watched their kids go on dates, but …Sex and Suspicious Parents is better because it’s British and raunchier.
President Obama made an announcement recently that the US was building Iron Man suits. Because he’s one of the only cool politicians in the world, he played it like a joke, but in actual fact it is completely real. We can expect to see a prototype this year. One technology that is in the works uses a bullet proof liquid suit. Shut up and take my money!
Garbage cans, parking lots, fences, soccer fields and delivery trucks. To most people, there is only one purpose to these ordinary objects: to do what their names intend. But Brett Rheeder is not most people. With the help of a few ramps and a delivery truck to transport them all, Rheeder transformed the streets of the city–and the ordinary objects within it–into his own personal playground. Shout out to Will Jones for the submission.
Batman vs. The Terminator is animated short by New Zealand-based animator Mitchell Hammond which will be out later this year and will be scored by Noir Deco. In this short teaser, Batman gears up for battle against the Series 800 Terminator. The style is suitably dark and gothic, and the character designs are so cool Batfans will be pleasantly surprised by what they were able to accomplish in a five minute long film.
Spanish police are hunting a driver who posted a video of himself overtaking a truck on a motorway while sitting in the passenger seat of his car. The Twitter account, which uses the handle @policia, is the most popular belonging to a police force anywhere in the world, with 784,000 followers. So I don’t like this dude’s chances of getting away with it.
We’ll start by saying that “Inside Edition” is hardly a legit news source. That said, you know you’re in deep when the anchor starts an entire exclusive report with a glaring error. “On January 1st of this year marijuana became legal in the state of Colorado,” the anchor begins, ignoring the fact that marijuana became legal in Colorado in late-2012. But wait, the “Inside Edition” report gets better — and by better we mean even more ridiculous. Watch it now.
With just under a week to go till the release of Rick Ross’ sixth solo LP ‘Mastermind’, the MMG general unleashes the official video for his Diddy and French Montana-assisted single ‘Nobody’. The track was produced by Diddy himself and is a remake of Biggie’s classic ‘You’re Nobody (Til Somebody Kills You)’.
Christina, 23, from Mississippi moved to Houston in a bid to get bypass surgery, but instead of losing weight from her 640lb frame over a four-week period she gained 17lbs. ‘This is very, very disturbing behavior. This is a sign of a very dysfunctional family dynamic,’ Dr. Nowzaradan tells viewers in the footage. Christina tries to protect her family by suggesting her weight gain is the result of water retention. However, Dr. Nowzaradan swiftly puts her straight.
JigheadsTV angler Jason Greatsinger caught the monster lake trout, while his partner in crime and co-host Jeremy Rydberg filmed the catch. Both were giddy as could be from the moment they got a good view of the monster lake trout through the ice. Of course, they were even happier when they managed to pull the beast out of the ice hole.
Jeff Gordon is back to his old prankster tricks again. Last year the NASCAR driver disguised himself and took an unsuspecting car salesman on a wild test drive in a viral ad for Pepsi. The commercial was quickly labeled fake by an observant reporter from the auto publication Jalopnik. To get even, Gordon and Pepsi decided to prank the journalist, Travis Okulski, with another, even crazier driving stunt.
Seth Rogen has delivered a heartfelt and hilarious speech before a Senate hearing on Alzheimer’s research, opening up about his own personal experiences with the disease. The 31-year-old actor brought a touch of comedy to a seriously unfunny subject when he appeared in front of a Senate hearing as part of his role as head of Hilarity for Charity, an organisation designed to educate young adults about Alzheimer’s.