You’ll need no more evidence than the videos below to prove that the world is full of people who can’t drive. We’ve gathered 10 examples of cars crashing into stores, homes and even a swimming pool. Convenience stores and gas stations, in particular, seem to bear the brunt of bad drivers. So, definitely keep your eyes peeled next time you pick up a slushie or top off your tank. (Note: Some footage may be too intense for some viewers.)
While intelligence isn’t a prerequisite for a life of crime, it certainly would’ve helped these ten boneheaded scofflaws. One clumsy bank robber shoots himself in the foot, a thief can’t figure out how to operate a door as a means of escape and another gets hopelessly stuck while trying to break into a store. If criminals keep being this dumb, us law-abiding citizens have nothing to worry about.
After eight years of berating his fellow doctors and dispensing tough-love medical advice, Dr. Gregory House will finally be hanging up his stethoscope. In a statement issued Wednesday, Emmy-nominated actor Hugh Laurie and show producers announced that ‘House’ will conclude at the end of its current season.
In this video, two chubby English bulldog puppies named Sylvester and Shirley take their very first steps, squeaking adorably all the while. Honestly, it’s ridiculously cute. How is this sort of thing even legal?
Despite protests by the Parents Television Council and a student organization called the “No Cussing Club” (really?), ABC aired a controversial episode of ‘Modern Family’ last night in which Lily, Mitchell and Cam’s adopted daughter, uttered the “F-bomb.”
Few know this about Chewbacca, but the Wookie from ‘Star Wars’ actually has a lovely singing voice. Don’t believe us? Then check out this video of Chewie growling and honking his way through the Christmas classic ‘Silent Night.’ This one has “Internet meme” written all over it.
Steve Jobs may be gone, but his legacy persists in technological breakthroughs and life-changing gadgets. As the tech visionary explains in this clip from the PBS documentary ‘Steve Jobs: One Last Thing,’ the ability to change the world in such a way is attainable to everyone.
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