Watch this GoPro camera survives a kick from the tallest animal on earth.
Nico Calabria didn’t let his disability keep him from any sport he was passionate about. Encouraged by many and driven by internal strength, he eagerly participated and excelled in a variety of sports.
Using vine to terrify his girlfriend.
Is there anything cuter than a squeaking sloth? I don’t think so.
Why eat junk food at home when you can do it at the gym?
Does flirting actually work? Very much so. In fact, research says it’s more effective than looking good. Signaling availability and interest trumps attractiveness.
Silly Max enjoys boxes too much.
Glad to see a full emotional recovery was made after experiencing her first car wash.
Don’t mess with the Danish Special Forces
Best or worst birthday surprise ever?
His friends made him sign a waiver, unknowingly, a few days before his birthday. He has never sky dived before and is afraid of heights. He had earplugs to mask the noise, and he’s a light weight when it comes to drinking.
A mysterious gang has been flipping over smart cars in San Francisco.
Best chicken fight partner ever, and at least he was polite enough to not knock over the beer.
Bob the builder is not as great as everyone seems to think.
This is a work in progress intended to illustrate recent advancements in graphics hardware and software capabilities.
Adorable kitten uses its supreme cuteness to stun a pig.
The Circulus, a UK-based entertainment circus show featuring acrobats, jugglers, theatrical performers and more, take over an abandoned factory to show off their talent. “Circulus” is a Latin word defined as a social gathering around a specific interest.
Some stuff just doesn’t like to be shot
This hypnotic video shows what walking forwards through backwards moving crowds in downtown Tokyo would look like.
This is what happens when the ball is caught perfectly between a bumper and a kicker. This continued for a few minutes until the bumper’s solenoid finally burned out. Unfortunately he did not end up with the high score.
Multiple studies have shown that dogs can smell the volatile chemicals given off by cancerous tumors. When Maureen Burns’ dog Max started acting differently around her, she went to her doctor and discovered she had the early stages of breast cancer.