Takabisha is a record-breaking roller coaster opening at Fuji-Q Highland Amusement Park in Yamanashi, Japan. Takabisha track features a 141ft single vertical drop at 121 degrees, making it the steepest roller coaster in the world.
First in line there is Sergey Devliashov, the Russian ‘Spiderman’ from Tyumen, who acts like he has a death wish or something because his parkour stunts are downright stupid. Ok, you can argue that he pulls out some amazing stuff, but…
Kann ‘Superhands’ Trichan, a 50-year-old cook from Chiang Mai, Thailand, can bury his fingers into hot boiling fat and scoop pieces of chicken with his bare hands. Kann feels no pain and walks away with no blisters at all.
Coinciding with the Copa America 2011 tournament that kicked off on July 1st, Coca Cola looks into what happens when you find yourself on the wrong side of the stadium in this funny TV commercial.
In case you didn’t watch Wimbledon this year, here is what you missed:
In an attempt to improve and find a meaning to their lives, more and more South Koreans are taking the unusual steps and are trying to find “revelations” inside a coffins!
During the third stage of the Tour de France 2011 a group of French farmers have created a giant moving bike made from tractors and hay bales. A message written with hay bales under the animated bike…