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Tractor Fail & Flip!
If at first your tractor doesn't succeed, try again and fail some more until you get something fail-worthy to post on the internet and amuse us all - OUCH!
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Politicking ain't easy. You have to keep your polling hand strong to make sure bureaucrats stay in czech.
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Will the Nosepod become the hottest new gift of the 2009 Christmas shopping season? No one nose for sure.
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I'm not great at math but I can tell the product of that equation will be AWESOMENESS. The stretchiness of a prophylactic versus the raw power of a mentos and coca cola explosion. Which will win? Place your bets now!
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This poor dude gets dropped with a direct hit to the balls. Now I know this hurts but I am not sure I could ever be in enough pain that it would be ok for my trainer to massage it to make it feel better.
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You'll watch this & then your mind will be full of so many questions. Like how do his little feet reach the pedals? What happens if a cat crosses his path? Is he young enough to learn new driving tricks? And can he give me a lift?
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Scratch Bastard picks up a win at Scribble Jam by throwing down some mad scratching followed by his own rendition of the Star Wars Imperial March. It's pretty good but I find his lack of bass disturbing.
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It's not often you see a touching tribute to a deceased cockroach. That's mainly because exterminators aren't the sentimental types, but that doesn't stop this from being interesting and pretty much unique.
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This is a hilarious prank to pull, but only if you’re not a passenger in the plane, otherwise it’s the worst prank ever.
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Even a hardened biker gang member from hell has got to start somewhere. But eventually, it’s time for a real bike. Put the toys away and grow up. This was filmed on a closed course with stunts done by professionals.
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In honor of The Sound of Music's 50th anniversary and to celebrate its legacy, The Onion's head film critic, Peter K. Rosenthal (comedian Ron E. Rains), provides a touching tribute to the beloved film.
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