Weather Channel’s meteorologist Jim Cantore was reporting live from College of Charleston, in South Carolina, when one student suddenly ran toward him. Without missing a beat, Cantore kneed the videobomber in the groin:
This guy delivering newspapers in Almere, the Netherlands, should probably look into some anger management classes after this temper tantrum. Also, that poor bicycle…
A female Crimson Tide fan jumps into a pile of Oklahoma students trying to start a fight during last night’s Sugar Bowl.
A woman was viciously attacked by a stray cat while ‘trying to protect her dog’, somewhere in Detroit. The woman was filmed kicking snow at the cat, trying to shoo it away. The cat most definitely did not like that. At least that’s how it appears to be. I’m still waiting for Jimmy Kimmel to come out of that house to tell us it’s all just a hoax.
How to open a beer – soccer edition.
Expecting dads can now feel their unborn babies kick with Huggies pregnancy belt. Huggies inventors worked with the ad agency Ogilvy & Mather Argentina to create a belt that replicates baby’s movements from mom’s belly to dad’s belly – in real time. Unfortunately, for fathers-to-be, the belts are not likely to be put into production and sold to the public.
And it’s not a lesson in English…