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WARNING: You are about to hear a lot of the bad four-letter words... but bear with us. This video starring a string of adorable little girls in princess outfits dropping F-bombs like it's going out of style hits you hard. It was created by FCKH8.com. It poses the (really good) question: What's more offensive? That these pint-sized princesses are cussing oh so much? Or the actual statistics about equal pay for women and rape? This one's a talker, to say the least.
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The NFL has been surrounded by controversy in regards to domestic abuse. That's why the league is now taking a stand, along with several of its players, to progressively stop the problem moving forward. NoMore.org has posted this video featuring Eli Manning, Alfred Morris, Jason Witten, Antonio Gates and other current and former NFL players. Hopefully these superstars will grab the attention of current and future generations and help stop domestic abuse.
Toronto hasn't much luck in the mayor department. If you follow news, you know that the current mayor, Rob Ford, has seem trouble. It's time for the city to turn a new leaf. Maybe they should move on to a mayor who's in porn?
Sports fan or not, by now you likely know who Mo'ne Davis is. She's the 13-year-old superstar who threw a shutout in the Little League World Series this past summer. Oh, yeah, and she was the first girl to ever do so. She was also the first little leaguer to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated. She's pretty much an incredible human being. Spike Lee and Chevrolet were inspired to create a short documentary called "Throw Like a Girl." This video, directed by Lee, is a 1-minute teaser. You can watch the entire documentary here.
This song is getting played a lot these days, but the haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate. Right? Watching sports mascots do almost anything is entertaining. Add in familiar characters, Zubaz pants, a catchy tune and some great dance moves and it makes for a sweet, sweet time.
What does Dwarfism Awareness Month mean to you? That's the question actor Aaron Beelner poses to people on the streets of New York City. Watch as he spreads wisdom about equality for little people and champions for them to be judged for their hearts and minds, as opposed to their physicality. Beelner stars in The Little Tin Man.
Are you single? Do you like gluten, even though that's totes not cool right now? Don't worry, you're not alone, and there's a "safe" place you can go to find others like you. Introducing "Gluten Mingle" for the gluten loving single!
Les Twins recently filmed themselves performing incredible dance moves on a New York City rooftop. The video was made in collaboration with the movie "Beyond the Lights." This is the start of a contest that will see the winner get $1,000 for posting the best dance video that is attached to the hashtag #BeyondTheLightsContest.
A biker in Oakland, California was riding down the street when he tagged a police car with a sticker. The biker took off with heavy speed, but wiped out badly with the cop in pursuit. After the crash, the biker couldn't get the motorcycle to work, so he jumped on his buddy's bike and then the GoPro video went black.
A checkpoint in Tucson, Arizona was the setting of some serious fun. After being pulled over, a driver sucked in helium to answer all of the checkpoint questions. While you'd think this would be a serious encounter, the balloon-fueled prank didn't end with him in handcuffs.