More adorable dog: This baby husky trying to speak, or this dog just crushing the cowbell on “Don’t Fear the Reaper?” You know what, don’t answer that…there’s no right or wrong answer.
Happy Friday The 13th from Rebecca Black. via College Humor
I’m not sure why the ‘Slap Olympics’ is actually a thing or why anybody would voluntarily participate in it, but it’s pretty clear that this dude was completely overmatched in this duel.
Matt Glendinning is the principle of Moses Brown School in Providence, Rhode Island. He may also be something of a parody genius.
Sanford Johnson is a sex ed teacher from Mississippi, where he is prohibited from demonstrating proper condom use to children. Johnson does not give up that easily, though, and he uses his creativity to cleverly find a workaround that should help the kids out if they are to engage in “shoe activities.”
This kid is so good at his Bruce Lee impression that the yellow jumpsuit almost feels unnecessary (the clips from Lee’s films are just overkill).
Tipping waiters/waitresses and bartenders is pretty much an obligation (unless you’re an asshole) at American restaurants and bars, but that doesn’t mean it makes a lot of sense.
This is a pretty crazy video from Gulf Breeze, Florida showing a DUI suspect attempting to flee from a traffic stop and basically running over the police officer in a crowded intersection.
Post by Ricky Phillip Gindlesberger. The best thing about this clip is how this ice sliding pig named Phinny keeps its cool while likely freaking out on the inside.
I have no clue where the video comes from or what the argument it features is about, but all I know is that this battle of wooden weapons ends very, very quickly.
With 2014 officially history, it’s time to take a look back at some of the biggest failures of the past calendar year. This is pretty painful and uncomfortable to watch, but it will most definitely make you feel better about your own misfortunes in 2014.
If you needed something to make you feel smarter today, well, this should do the trick. You’re welcome.