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When two guys walked into a sushi restaurant, then immediately decided to leave, the sushi chef called them out for making stereotypical assumptions about him. The guys' reason for their quick change of mind, however, had to do with something completely unrelated.
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Eddie Lawshea recently posted a video of himself covered in blood, claiming that he had been attacked by his ex-girlfriend. Lawshea claimed in the video that he was cut by sheers and was repeatedly hit in the face, but did not return the aggression. Folks have questioned the authenticity of the video but others have found inspiration from it. He joined RTM to discuss the viral video with the hosts.
I don't think Flula's alone in his questioning of the popular idiom regarding the possesion and consumption of cake. Seriously, isn't eating it the point of having cake in the first place? Good call, Flula. P.S. Hope you got your "zippy" fixed.
Have a thing for Darth Vader? Or does Hannibal Lector send your heart aflutter? It's ok. You're not alone. Check out this "PSA" by Practical Folks about those who suffer from VAD, or Villain Attraction Disorder. Hey, some of us prefer the bad boys. They're the ones who have motivation.
Apparently, the lady wearing the black tank top in this CCTV video really didn't want to move her car. When the lady wearing the green shirt asked, she was thrown into a thing full of bananas.
This video from July is started to get some attention for its interesting message, but more so for how the message was obtained. Would you give up a slice of pizza if someone asked you for it? Or, more interestingly, would you ask a homeless person to share a slice with you?
Apple fans around the world have waited for the new iPhone. Many of them even spent the night outside to guarantee a new phone. This gentleman was the first person to purchase the iPhone 6 in Australia. During a national TV interview, he did the unthinkable. He dropped it.
While Japanese flautist Youkie Ota was performing her part of Pierre Sancan's Sonatine for flute and piano, a butterfly took advantage of the prime seating that was her forehead to enjoy the show. Ota was unfazed and continued to play without hesitation, only brushing the insect away after the piece was over.
Ylvis, the questionable brains behind the "What Does the Fox Say?" phenomenon, is back and this time it's with another catchy and oddly educational ditty. Apparently the knot known as the "Trucker's Hitch" can be elusive when one first endeavors to learn it, so Ylvis has come up with a song and dance to help you get it right!
We already know that engagement rings are a sham, but what if the tables were turned? Instead of little girls dreaming of the fairytale wedding and expensive engagement ring they'll hopefully have one day, what if it was little boys who dreamed of that oh-so-special, $8000 lunchbox they'd finally be able to show off to everyone? If you really think about, is one scenario really more ridiculous than the other? Via fatawesome.
Sometimes it's just best if you stop talking, especially in a court situation. Judge James Hill was speaking his mind and giving his verdict during a custody hearing, when the mom in the case just couldn't hold her tongue. In the end, she found herself behind bars.
It his latest social experiment Greg Benson from Mediocre Films put stores and credit card signatures on blast. He gets away with just about any name he signed, even "Mr. Fake Name."