In the third round of the 2012 Northern Trust Open, Phil Mickelson’s tee shot actually ends up in a fan’s shorts on the par-4 15th hole. I bet next time that fan wears a cup.

Translation:

Superman: “Which way to San José?”

Woman: “Here, here.”

Superman: “Straight? Thank you.”

Not that we needed it, but here are 37 more reason why we should all pack up and move to Mexico. First order of business is to buy Coronas and go to the nearest sporting event. Be sure to bring dos sombreros. One for your head and one for your lap.

Heaps more after the jump…

This is the final cut from the Lusty Industries Coast 2 Cams BMX Familie Road Trip.

Riders include Andy Buckworth, Daniel Chiarelli, Loagn Martin, Thomas Glew, Josh Mathews and guest riders Harry Main and Jack Fahey.

Thanks to all the supporting sponsors DEFT Family, Jetpilot, Monster Energy, ODI Grips, Ethika, GoPro Cameras and OGIO Bags. Watch it after the jump…

Life is like a dog sled team. If you ain’t the lead dog, the scenery never changes. – Lewis Grizzard.

Proceed with caution…

Base jumper and wingsuit flyer Jeb Corliss was filming for a feature on HBO’s ‘Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel’ at Table Mountain in South Africa. Jeb clipped a rock during a flight and it was all captured on video.

In an attempt to kick a balloon laying on the ground, Jeb flew too low, hitting the ground. There is a full explanation from Jeb after the jump, along with a photo of his gnarly injury which he did not take pain killers for.

Check out the footage after the jump…

Louie Vito drops in for a nighttime halfpipe session at Copper, blasting frontside double cork 1080s for the high-speed Phantom camera, which produces crisp footage at 1,000 frames per second.

Louie also takes up behind the scenes when this incredible video was created in the second episode of “Livin’ Louie Vito”.

Watch both videos after the jump…

I spy with my little eye, a young man about to die.

This dude wipes out at the top of his jump and ends with one of the luckiest landings you will ever see.

A sportscaster was caught putting make up on with his own powder kit. Look in the background of video. His reaction is classic when he realises that he is on national TV.

This is a perfectly choreographed Russian car crash. Two totalled vehicles. A good camera angle focusing on the gracefulness of the pedestrian while the van takes out the garbage can. Encore!

Watch as Emily tests launch control in her brand new 2012 Porsche Panamera Turbo.

I love that she can take the piss out of herself by calling her car a kitchen. Credit where credits due. Funny girl.

Anyone else notice her left leg shake on her second launch? Watching this turns me on…

“You can’t wait for inspiration. You have to go after it with a club.” – Jack London

More inspiration after the jump…

If you aren’t already familiar, Ed Bassmaster is a Youtube prankster with over half a million subscribers.

Today we are going to take a look at three of his characters; Emelio, Mumbles and Bushman.

See more on Ed’s  Youtube Channel EdBassmaster. Watch these hilarious videos after the jump…

Recently in the UK, a bus driver knocked a cyclist off his bike deliberately breaking his leg. The bus driver pleaded guilty to dangerous driving and causing grievous bodily harm and has been jailed for 17 months.

In cities where cycling on the road is becoming more popular, more incidents occur, often ending in serious injury or death for the cyclist.

It can be hard to judge who has right of way because every incident is different. The real question is, should cars and bicycles be sharing the roads in the first place?

When it is a question of money, everybody is of the same religion…

Plenty more hidden away after the jump…

Filmed in the French Alps, Jacob Sutton created this Tron-esque video with Artec pro rider William Hughes. This project was filmed over the course of three nights in subzero temperatures.

Watch this amazing display of visual effects by Fernando Livschitz in Buenos Aires. The Argentinian city features a ghost roller coaster which spirals its way around the buildings. If you’ve seen the film Inception, you might see where this was inspired from.