Breakdancing has been around for decades, but sometimes it’s so fast that you can’t appreciate the nuances of what a hip-hop dancer is actually pulling off. Here, dancer B-Boy Stef can be seen breakdancing in slow-motion, so you can really see him show his stuff in exact detail. Watch his amazing moves below.
In this hilarious clip, Barry Deley, a British-Columbian sports anchor, wins a house worth $2.5 million live on the air. When the winning name is drawn, it quickly dawns on the news team that it’s their own sportscaster, so they call him for a reaction. Turns out, he was shopping for groceries when he got the big news.
Meet Cameron Pilley, professional squash player, who just last week hit a squash ball at 175 miles per hour, setting a new world record. Rather than showing you the record-breaking event, however, the Aussie athlete recreated his famous serve while aiming the ball at his (willing) brother’s bare back.
The resulting damage is NSFL enough that you might want to stop the video before the 1:16 mark if you get queasy easily.
Ranch dressing is the ultimate American condiment. So it’s about time someone combined it with another great tradition: eating contests. The guys in this video really have a taste for the stuff — and some strong stomachs.
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