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How do you feel about your hairdresser? If you're Sam King, you detest him or her. And he's got good reason, too! They never give him what he wants. Check out Sam's hilarious rant about why he despises hairdressers. One of our favorite reasons why he hates hairdressers is because if they don't understand his incomprehensible instructions, they tend to "full-time YOLO" and do their own thing. Can you relate to Sam's trials and tribulations in your quest to look fashionable?
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Performing can be a tough challenge and these videos prove it. In clip one, Lindiwe Bungane recently shot a music video for a cover of "Always on My Mind." This Jukin Video went from a hot music video to a literal fire hazard, as Bungane's hair got lit up by the flames surrounding her. In clip two, a group of girls were practicing their cheerleading stunts when the youngest member of the sqaud took an avoidable hit to the head. By avoidable, we mean this probably shouldn't have been done in the house.
These videos offer a pair of roadside fails. In clip one, a street light in Winnipeg literally stopped a vehicle after falling on it. Locals have questioned the stability of the pole since the incident. In clip two, a group unloading a car from a truck with planks predictably failed. The planks broke under the vehicle like chopsticks.
Rhett and Link recently tried to eat like old-timers. The pair bought 40-year-old ham and eggs off of eBay and attempted to eat the ancient food. Fortunately, they bowed out for safety reasons but did take whiffs of the old edibles, much to their noses' distaste.
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Flooded roads can be very dangerous for your vehicle. A woman in North Dakota didn't know that, as she recently traveled through three feet of flood water. The vehicle got stuck and she had to be saved by rescue crews. This seems to have been a totally avoidable incident.
A newly-installed dashcam in Queens, New York proved to be a smart investment for one driver. The owner of the device struck a border patrol van pretty hard after he drove through a green light because he didn't hear the van's sirens or see its lights flash due to sunlight. While other vehicles stopped for the van, the dashcam driver was clearly blindsided due to a lack of peripheral vision.
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GoPro cameras allow for you to have fun in several ways, but apparently not when it comes to mini golf. This little kid made a pretty expensive putt when he launched his ball straight into his parents' GoPro. The protective case was on the device, so it damaged it pretty good. We really can't put that on the kid.
Sometimes you need to expect the unexpected. In clip one, a group of friends in a car took an unexpected tumble. They were enjoying a nice drive when out of nowhere, the vehicle flipped for reasons unbeknownst to us or any other viewer. In clip two, the person behind the camera created a dry ice bomb. After poking and prodding the homemade explosive, it finally popped right in front of the camera and the inventor's face.
Jeff Francoeur is a successful baseball player who was recently assigned to AAA El Paso. Upon meeting his new team he was told that one of his teammates, Jorge Reyes, was deaf. Jorge is most definitely not deaf, but Jeff believed he was... for a whole month. He only found out when he was shown this video. It seems all the major clues that pointed to the truth were just falling "on Jeff ears."
Oli White's parents went out for the night so he decided to spend some quality time with his adorable little brother James. On the agenda? Baking some scrumptious cupcakes with the help of a recipe they got from Oli's cell phone. Although we can neither confirm nor deny the tastiness of said cupcakes, it looks like the siblings had a blast whipping them up, and isn't that what's it all about? James is lucky to have such a fun big bro.
While filming an interview on a boat, supposed Dutch reporter Martje Oesterholt falls overboard, and her interviewee, Kampen Mayor Bort Koelewijn, has to dive in after her. Turns out, the whole thing was fake. It's said to be a stunt orchestrated by the Sail Kampden group in order to raise awareness for the upcoming Easter music festival held in the Dutch city.
Nothing compares to new love. It's exciting, romantic, and you just can't get enough of that person. But then the inevitable happens in this sketch by Just Another Production Productions. Someone deals it and you can't take it back. You both heard it. It's happened. The mystery is gone. Isn't it amazing how one bodily sound can change everything?