When it comes to traditional forms of bike racing, staying on the bike is rule number one. With Cyclocross on the other hand, dismounting and dodging obstacles is par for the course. While we’re sure Cyclocross is tons of fun, from the looks of this video, it can also be pretty painful if, like Joey, you don’t see an upcoming hurdle and take a spill on the track.
When it comes to walking across the country from California to New York, “for the heck of it” is as good a reason as any. In fact, in an age where publicity and profit seem to be much more common motives for this type of quest, 24-year-old Catherine Li’s largely under-the-radar 3,000-mile trek stands out as a true exception.
Two months after posting his ‘Starbucks Rant Song’ 25-year-old Starbucks barista Christopher Cristwell was fired by the jolly green coffee giant. Shirtless under his standard-issue Starbucks apron, Cristwell jokingly railed against the stereotypical entitlement and conduct of customers in the song.
Headed down an escalator at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Dallas-based hairdresser Isis Brantley (who counts neo-soul singer Erykah Badu as a client) was stopped by TSA agents who insisted on checking her ample Afro hairstyle for explosives.
If you think breaking in a wild horse is hard, wait until you try to guide a train of speeding shopping carts around a mall.
Filmed in the Indian city of Ahmedabad, this video shows an intrepid employee of the Iscon Mega Mall wrangling several carts in a pretty creative way. Though it may look like quite a challenge (it’s hard to put away one shopping cart, let alone a few dozen) apparently this shopping cart slide happens a few times every day. Just another day at the office.
Starting Thursday, September 15th, the gang of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ is back and this season, the cast brags that they’re filthier than ever. To get a taste of what’s to come (We’ll give you a hint: it involves a ton of balls), check out the season seven trailer below (some NSFW language ahead):
Anyone who’s seen ‘March of The Penguins’ knows how lonely being a penguin can be. The frigid winters. The vast and icy emptiness of the Arctic.
Still, you wouldn’t necessarily think any of that trademark penguin loneliness carried over to life at the zoo. Not so. Just look at this video taken at Fota Wildlife Park in Cork, Ireland. While all the other penguins scurry off to greet the approaching food truck, one lone penguin stands alone, gripped by an overwhelming feeling of social isolation. Either that or he just wasn’t hungry.
Firefighting isn’t just a job — it’s also a sport. Firematic Racing involves firefighters competing against the clock to complete tasks like assembling and climbing a ladder or fitting and shooting a hose. Though the sport is most popular in New York, its reach extends across the pond to Europe, too.
TRON Guy Jay Maynard is back and this time he’s got a little bit of corporate and creative muscle behind him. Created by San Francisco based agency Ryactive for Duck Brand duct tape, ‘Duck TRON’ is a colorful, duct tape send-up of the sci-fi flick’s famous racing sequences. And who’s the ‘user’ behind the races? Maynard, of course.
The video, which went live less than a week ago, has already racked up more than 300,000 views on Vimeo.
Burger democratists, rejoice: As of this weekend, the creepy Burger King mascot, “the King,” is officially dead.
Concurrent with the release of the guacamole topped California Whopper, Burger King’s new advertising agency of record McGarryBowen has dethroned the edgy monarch in favor of an approach based on health and freshness.
Created by British SCUBA instructors in 1954 as a training exercise for swimming with fins, underwater hockey (also called “Octopush”) is an aquatic team sport that resembles knock hockey, only on a much larger, much wetter scale. Though the paddle and puck are similar to those used in the table game, underwater hockey is a far more physical game.
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