BASE jumper Gary Connery of England has become the first man to skydive and land safely (this was required to claim the record) without deploying a parachute. How did he manage to pull that off? Well, the professional stuntman glided himself into a pile of cardboard boxes. 18,600 of them.
Dallas Naljahih maybe smiling in this Facebook photo of his, but he won’t be after news of his alleged burglary escapade does the rounds on the internet. The 18-year-old from Orem, UT, was arrested on suspicion of burglary after police say he left his homework at the crime scene.
Lark Voorhies was best known for her role as gossip-y Lisa Turtle in the hugely popular early ’90s high-school sitcom ‘Saved By the Bell‘. Yahoo!’s The Yo Show caught up with the now 38-year-old actress to see what she was up to these days, which also gave us a glimpse of what the former teen idol looks like today.
Two 13-year-old girls got more than just tan-lines when they decided to sunbathe on a rural road. The unfortunate accident took place in Economy, PA, when a 19-year-old man in a vehicle didn’t see the girls lying on the road and ran over them. To make things even more unfortunate – the guy behind the wheel was someone the girls knew.
Henry River Mill Village in the town of Hildebran, North Carolina was not a place accustomed to a lot of visitors. But all that changed last year when ‘The Hunger Games‘ was filmed there and used the setting as the post-apocalyptic district Katniss called home. The land’s current owner, an 83-year-old named Wade Shepherd, is now selling the property after the film’s success turned it into a tourist attraction, with fans coming by every day and taking photos.
Calling her act ‘Laughter with Teddie,’ this little girl asks all the right questions. “Why do people sleep in pajamas?,” she asks. In a video just shy of two minutes, this aspiring stand-up comic ponders over things only her audience, presumably her age, would find amusing. Like, “what’s the deal with glossy paper?”
Getting stars you loved in the ’80s and ’90s and putting them in commercials seems to be the trend nowadays. Hot on the heels of ’80s teen-idol Matthew Broderick taking a”day off” for a Super Bowl commercial, now comes an ad starring two well-dressed teen idols from the early ’90s.
This year’s Oscars was a rather dull affair. The only saving grace came from actress Angelina Jolie, and her right leg, which she exposed through the slit black dress she wore on the big night. The resulting leg pose gave us, and the internet, enough inspiration to poke fun. It also didn’t take long for a new internet meme, affectionately called “Jolie’ing,” to go viral.
If only presidential campaign videos all looked and sounded this cool. YouTube user Hugh Atkin‘s latest upload has racked up tens of thousands of views in just a matter of days. Why? Because if you take Eminem’s “The Real Slim Shady” and replace the original lyrics with Mitt Romney quotes, and make it rhyme perfectly, you get the internet to “please stand up” and pay attention.
Adele is inescapable these days. The British singer continues to dominate the charts, and her songs are all over the radio and YouTube, thanks to aspiring singers uploading their covers of her many hits. Adele’s music influences both young and old alike. Even the really young adore Adele, as evidenced by two-year-old Makena, who looks so cute as she mumbles through ‘Someone Like You.’
When the ‘Harry Potter‘ franchise was all the rage, some students brought the fictional game of Quidditch to life, even giving the sport a league of its own. With the impending release of the next big teen franchise, ‘The Hunger Games,’ a high school in Connecticut has created a real life version of the game — minus the ‘battle-to-your-death’ part. And would you believe it’s being hosted by the school’s library?
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