Unless you are French, a contestant on American Ninja Warrior or the amazing Caity Lotz, you really shouldn’t be doing Parkour on the streets of the good ol’ US of A. Because you could end up like the guy in this video.
This video just confirms my long held belief of just how terrible small children are. They are horrid little sociopaths with zero empathy even when a super-hero they were loving just 5 seconds before completely knocks himself out. Stuff like the evens of this vid are why I remain gleefully childless.
All those fairy tales about “Wells of Allsparks” and “Creation Matrix’s” is just a bunch of hooey. What really happened on Cybertron was that some horny dude downed a bottle of muscatel and then proceeded to make sweet sweet forbidden love to the tailpipe of a random motor vehicle. Then nine months later a bouncing baby Autobot was born. Which seems to be what the super-creepy Brazilian guy in the video after the cut seemed to be trying to do.
This video was done for the upcoming film KUNG FURY that, according to its website, is:
An over-the-top action comedy written and directed by David Sandberg. The movie features: arcade-robots, dinosaurs, nazis, vikings, norse gods, mutants and a super kung fu-cop called Kung Fury, all wrapped up in an 80s style action packed adventure.
Amazingly that description is completely spot on based on the clips from this music video that is quite possibly the most gif-worthy thing to ever hit the Internet. And the freakin’ song is actually catchy in that overly synthesized 1980s way that I love so much.
So in this 1993 video from little known electronic-dance band The Shamen featured future buttkicking action tough guy Jason Statham. Can you pick him out of the line-up of extremely 90s costumed folks in the video?
I love Japanese TV shows, they are some of the wildest and sometimes confusing programming in all the world which is evidenced by this clip I stumbled across from a Japanese game show called SING WHAT HAPPENS. The objective of this game is for a male contestant to attempt to get as far through a karaoke song as he can while having his junk manually manipulated by a comely show hostess. Yep, its a karaoke/hand job endurance test. Be warned this clip is decidedly NSFW.
The man behind the cult film THE ROOM has now ventured into the world of underwear design and debuted this nonsensical commercial that looks like an ad for a gay dating website. Love is a big component of these underpants obviously and there is an appearance by a wigged Wiseau that is both odd and magnificent.