Sometimes you can commemorate an anniversary with a special sale, but when it comes to the anniversary of an attack on our country where thousands of people lost their lives it's best to proceed with caution.
Check out this video where a news reporter from Denver accidentally says the wrong word and talks about the hot anchor's hooters instead of Hoosiers! You've got to admit, she does have nice hooters. I can totally see why he had hooters on the mind!
Teresa Culpepper wasn’t surprised to see the police at her door. The Atlanta woman had called them to report her truck stolen, but when they arrested her for assault instead, she was terribly confused.
For some reason, these two kids thought they could simultaneously jump from one precariously balanced see-saw to another. Their plan ends up setting off a chain reaction of fail when one of the boys falls short in his leap and has the seesaw smack him full-speed in the jaw. Ouch.
Earlier this month we had a post about "Making Pole Dancing an Olympic Sport?" This epic fail proves that no matter how hot the girl is -- it's still just a girl on a pole making some dreams come true (wet dream). Sorry guys I don't think you'll be watching any "Stripping" during the Olympics. -- great video after the jump! Dang this girl can trick it out!
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