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The king of awkward is back and is still making people feel uncomfortable. Andrew Hales is going around campus and telling people it's his birthday. Obviously, he does this in the most awkward way possible. We can't watch without feeling embarrassed.
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Men are from Mars and women are from Venus but this video is just plain awesome. Check out Heineken's genius campaign where they ask men shopping for furniture with their ladies to convince them to purchase $1,900 stadium chairs. You can imagine most of their reactions. But there's a catch. If the fellas can convince their spouse to buy the chairs, they get tickets to a championship in London. Game on!
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You'll cringe watching it, and if you have aspirations of singing in public, you've probably experienced this- in your nightmares. Canadian singer, Alexis Normand, was tasked with singing both the Canadian and American National Anthems at Saturday's Memorial Cup hockey game. Only, it did not go as planned. After stumbling about 15 seconds into the song, the young singer froze. Luckily, the crowd rallied behind Normand, helping her sing the last few lines of the song. Normand later apologized for her performance on Twitter, saying she wished she had more time to learn the American anthem before the junior ice hockey league championships.
Whoops, looks like that lady did not expect her significant other home so soon. You see them fighting on the balcony, and then out the window goes her lover in the middle of São Paulo, Brazil.
Jack Vale teams up with Uncle John and Justin to execute one of the sneakiest and risky pranks in a while. Watch as they distract shoppers while the others load as many random items as possible into their shopping carts. It's not an easy task, which is why they frequently get caught. Good thing most people still have a sense of humor.
Don't you hate when you're walking down the street and someone who isn't looking bumps into you? That's precisely what Uncle John does in his latest prank video on one of the most famous streets in the world. Watch as Uncle John does his best to annoy pedestrians while trying to make his very important (and fake) phone call. See the hosts' reaction.
The Daily Hiit's eleventh HiitLean Video, "Burnout Challenge," was overshadowed by the man in the shadows. Hmm, maybe this is why you don't make workout videos at your house when you live with other people. This should have been named "HiitLean #2!" Watch to find out if the people in the video knew what was going on. Via BodyRockTV.
They say that body language accounts for a large portion of our communication with others, but what about the language of our bodies? Different gestures can mean different things around the world, so don't just mind what you say, mind what you sign. I swear I wasn't swearing, I was just saying good job! Via BuzzFeed.
Excuse me, miss? Are you sure that's how you make toothpaste? Check out the explosive results as this teacher demonstrates how to make toothpaste in what appears to be a science class. Perhaps she should do a test-run next time? Don't try this at home because, as it appears, even "professionals" don't always get it right.
What are a couple of young kids to do to express their love? Why make out as if nobody's watching, of course. Watch Roman Atwood's latest prank video where he passionately kisses his "girlfriend" while getting a little too close for comfort with a lot of innocent bystanders (or sitters). Check out the video for some serious PDA and onlookers' priceless reactions.
Here are your cards - oh, don't look at them yet! Don't worry, you'll pick up all the intricate rules and by-rules of the most complicated board game ever in no time. It's fun to try new things, right? Well, as long as you're not the last one to sit down. That's gonna cost you. Via Rhett and Link.
In this clip from Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares, you will see why the owners of Scottsdale, Arizona restaurant Amy's Baking Company were dropped as clients by the chef after their behavior. After the show, the couple saw backlash of negative comments on their Yelp account, Facebook page, and in a Reddit thread. They supposedly came back to defend themselves (they are claiming their accounts were hacked) with a slew of insanely strange and emotionally filled comments, that some sources online are calling a "total meltdown." RightThisMinute partner and Phoenix news affiliate, ABC15 showed the timeline of dramatic events as they unfolded, here.
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