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Look both ways before walking into or crossing the street.
That's something my mother has been preaching to me since the day I figured out that the toilet was a better place than the back of my Wranglers to deposit the goods. And come to think of it, that's some damn good advice that has held true every time I've been walking, jogging, biking or driving ever since.
And by the looks of things, that same rule of thumb seems like it comes into play when you're fighting as well:
These two idiots also serve as a great reminder to never drink and drive. Even if you've only had three or four or nine beers, all it takes is something like two guys bringing their brawl to the front of your mom's minivan, and now all of a sudden you're the one who winds up getting dicked because of it.
h/t Barstool Sports
It doesn't get any sadder than a grown man crying while lying face down on the floor of a Chick-fil-A: Dude Tries To Win Back His Ex By Fighting Her New Boyfriend, Ends Up On Floor of Chick-Fil-A Screaming Her Name
Emily Ratajkowski really likes to share gifts with her fans. Whether she's going topless (and bottomless) for Harper's or simply posing nude on Instagram, Emily understands how to turn heads, and she was at it again on Instagram with a recent picture of herself drinking wine.
The caption for the picture below is just an emoji of wine, but all our attention goes to the fantastic low cut top she's wearing. And yes, we are disgusting men. Take a look at the picture below thanks to Emily's Instagram:
And if this wasn't enough fun, Emily also Snapchatted this amazing video of her booty being slapped by her friend Pia Arrobio over the weekend:
I want to hang out with Emily and her friends. (h/t Break.com)
Let's not forget this gem: Abigail Ratchford Is Really Pushing Instagram's Anti-Nudity Policy As Far As She Can
Unless it was a one of those Boston Kreme pastries from Dunkin' Donuts, then it's safe to say she overreacted.
According to The Smoking Gun, a 37-year-old New Albany woman was arrested and charged with aggravated battery last week after she stabbed her husband when he returned home without doughnuts for her.
Police said Michelle Nelson was upset that her husband Timothy "did not know what else she liked after being together for several years," so she stabbed him in the chest with a BBQ grill fork Friday morning. Timothy was eventually able to escape their house and was seen running down the street with his wife "following him and still yelling at him."
When police arrived on the scene, they found Timothy soaked in blood and applying pressure to the stab wound while sitting against a tree. He was treated at a local hospital and should make a full recovery.
It's toss-up as to which lack of knowledge ultimately led to Timothy's downfall, not knowing his wife's fallback choice of doughnuts after being together for several years, or the fact that he didn't know that his wife was a raging lunatic who was capable of stabbing him with a tool used for turning over steaks.
Here's a sign that it might be time for an intervention: Woman Stabs Husband With Ceramic Squirrel For Not Bringing Home Beer
I know what you're thinking: What kind of title is that for a seemingly unassuming photo of a girl with her hair tied back at the beach? Well the answer will most certainly surprise you, especially if you only give the picture below a quick glance. You'll have to be a little more observant than that to see what we're going for here.
Who puts their hair in a bun and sunglasses to go swimming anyways?
Problems staying focused, huh? This should fix things up: Can You See What's In This Red Dot Optical Illusion?
If you had to guess what alias a 37-year-old Largo man gave police early Sunday morning when they responded to a domestic disturbance call, odds are Dave Matthews, Pauly Shore or Mike Rotch would be near the top of your list.
Well, according to BroBible, the correct answer is "Dickface Johnson."
Seriously, that's the name Jeffrey Forrest Poole gave officers after first saying he was going to beat "every cop's ass" when they showed up on his doorstep. Police said he took one swing at them, and even though he missed, he was still booked on charges of assault on a law enforcement officer and resisting an officer with violence.
While that seems to happen on a regular basis in Florida and on its own wouldn't make the incident newsworthy, the name Poole gave them when asked if he had any aliases definitely made his story a must-read.
Dickface Johnson is currently still behind bars in lieu of $5,150 bond, so who knows? Maybe that alias will wind up being fairly accurate after a few days in the clink.
I'm sorry. Could you spell that one more time, please? Man Named Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop Arrested For Biting Officer
When Iggy Azalea is making news, it's either controversial or has something to do with her next album already being trashed even before it debuts. OR, that glorious third category that fans and non-fans alike know and love: T & A. Well, the A part anyways. Her latest Instagram post featuring her biggest asset (seriously, look at that thing) is really drawing a crowd.
Why is it that what happens in Vegas always ends up on the internet? That's not the pact we all agreed to! #NotComplainingButStill
Add it to the collection: 9 Sexy Iggy Azalea Butt Photos
I hope you weren't planning on doing anything important for the next five minutes, because today's funny photos are here. And if that's not enough procrastination material for you, check us out on Twitter and Instagram. It should be five o' clock by the time you get done there. And then we can all go drinking.
Note: We excluded documentaries, otherwise it would likely all be documentaries.
"Hoosiers" (1986) - 82 percent
What you'll notice almost instantly when browsing this list is that just because you assume most people find one particular sports movie to be better than the rest, that doesn't necessarily translate to taking the top spot. That's because critics and audiences don't always agree, which is clearly the case for "Hoosiers," the docudrama redemption story of coach Norman Dale (Gene Hackman) and his struggles to take a small Indiana town's high school basketball team to victory.
Runners-up: "Love & Basketball" (2000) - 77 percent, "He Got Game" (1998) - 74.5 percent
TIE: "Moneyball" (2011) and "The Pride of the Yankees" (1942) - 85 percent
A tie already? That didn't take long. But how do you really choose between a troubled film that eventually got itself together and went on to be nominated for a "Best Picture" Oscar, and a biographical drama chronicling the life of Lou Gehrig which co-starred the likes of Babe Ruth himself. The answer, fortunately, is that you don't have to.
Runners-up: "The Bad News Bears" (1976) - 84.5 percent, "Bull Durham" (1988) - 84 percent
"Horse Feathers" (1932) - 86.5 percent
Nobody saw this one coming, but if you aren't familiar with the work of the Marx Brothers, prepare to be stunned at how funny they still are after all these years. While this may not be the best film by the comedy siblings, that's apparently still better than any football films that have been created since the early '70s, especially if our runners-up are any indication.
Runners-up: "The Freshman" (1925) - 84 percent, "Brian's Song" (1971) - 83.5 percent
TIE: "Miracle" (2004) and "Slap Shot" (1977) - 77.5 percent
We swear this is the last tie on this list (minus a runner-up or two). But honestly, could there be two better hockey flicks slugging it out out for first place? One's a straight up classic, while the other is perhaps one of the greatest underdog stories ever conceived (except, you know, it's based on a real event). In any case, we're glad it tied, because the last thing we would want to do is rile up a bunch of hockey fans.
Runners-up: "Goon" (2011) - 75 percent, "The Rocket: Maurice Richard" (2006) - 66.5 percent
"The Damned United" (2009) - 84.5 percent
Look, I hate soccer as much as the next American guy, which is probably why even the runners-up on this list are likely unfamiliar to most. But one thing no one can argue is the sheer talent of Michael Sheen. Hell, he made "Frost/Nixon" tolerable, if not one of the best political dramas you'll ever see. Surely he can make the story of Brian Clough's 44 day run as manager of the Leeds United Football Club entertaining, right? If not, he's still the best chance you've got. The numbers don't lie.
Runners-up: "Shaolin Soccer" (2001) and "Gregory's Girl" (1981) - 82 percent, "Looking for Eric" (2009) - 78.5 percent
Caddyshack" (1980) - 74.5 percent
We were actually going to put 1952's "Pat and Mike" starring Katharine Hepburn in the number one spot here considering it boasts an 80 percent approval rating average, but come on. We can't dog "Caddyshack" like that, even if it is technically cheating. But just so you know, it's not technically the highest rated golf film. Then again, "Pat and Mike" is also about tennis, so if you want to start arguing semantics...actually, please don't. Really, who'd take you seriously if you said this movie isn't the best golf outing of all time on film?
Runners-up: The Caddy" (1953) - 72 percent, "The Greatest Game Ever Played (2005) - 69 percent
"7 Days in Hell" (2015) - 75.5 percent
There aren't many tennis films out there, and the ones that do exist pretty much suck. Thanks god for this late entry, as the faux documentary about the longest tennis match in history only aired last year on HBO. Again, not that it had much competition, but it blew it away. We'd nominate this hysterical, albeit short, flick for the funniest movie on this list, and that's a pretty ballsy stance considering both the previous and next entries.
Runners-up: "Wimbledon" (2004) - 61.5 percent, "Tennis, Anyone...?" (2005) - 51 percent
"The Big Lebowski" (1998) - 81.5 percent
There are really only two dogs in this fight, as there aren't many mainstream bowling movies out there. We don't think we could pick a favorite even with a gun to our heads, but as luck would have it, critics generally hate a good comedy outside of a Coen Brothers' film, so the decision was made for us relatively easily.
Runner-up: "Kingpin" (1996) - 59.5 percent
"BASEketball" (1998) - 54 percent
Since it didn't technically fit into the category of baseball or basketball, we figured it was fine to devote an entire section to just the sport of BASEketball for the final spot on this list. But all cards on the table, this movie is just so funny and still somehow underrated after nearly 20 years that we wanted to get the word out by any means possible, even if it meant obviously shoehorning it in at the very last second for a laugh. I think we pulled it off.
This clip went viral a while back, but that doesn't mean we have any better explanation of what in the hell is happening at this Swedish stag party. All we really know is that one of the members of the party, Tommy, is dressed up like a giant panda bear and appears to be bleeding from the head after a vigorous round of dizzy bats. Then, like a football, he is handed a live chicken that he tucks away as he attempts to run through a campfire, which ignites the panda suit and causes him to hurl the chicken and jump in a lake. That's all we know. But that's plenty to make this list.
"It was a nice party. There was only one dwarf."
Those are the words of disgraced and jailed Tyco CEO Dennis Kozlowski trying to explain to the S.E.C. about his innocence in paying for all or part of the $100K-plus bachelor party for his son-in-law, Fidelity Investments trader Thomas Bruderman. Court documents show that $100 thousand buys you a row of suites at a schwanky South Beach hotel, a couple of hookers, a private jet and a yacht for the weekend, but alas, it's only enough for just one midget. Cheapskates.
Jimmy That Twisted F--ker Stewart
I knew Jimmy could act circles around giant white bunnies, but I had no idea the man knew how to party. And I mean really party. Like the kind that involves not just one little person, like those amateurs above, but a slew of semi-famous ones. Jimmy's bachelor party involved a number of classic Hollywood dwarfs popping out of silver serving dishes -- including one actual "Wizard of Oz" munchkin, Jerry Maren, who was paid to dress up like a baby and pee on the honorable Mr. Stewart. Man, before this whole internet TMZ bullshit, classic movie stars had all the fun.
Supposedly Australians call their bachelor parties buck parties, and each buck party is highlighted by a "sadistic prank." But Smith contributor Liam K.'s prank has got to be up there with the best of them. First of all, he and his rugby buddies took the young buck "pub golfing" to the tune of 18 bars with at least three drinks per bar, par, and then some par fours and fives thrown in, too. Yeah, these boys were thirsty. Unfortunately, the buck couldn't quite keep up, and when he passed out cold, his mates took him to the hospital (where one of the ruggers worked) and they had a cast put on his leg from ankle to hip. Of course they didn't tell him that his leg wasn't actually broken until after not just the wedding, but the honeymoon in Fiji, as well. Wow, and I thought my friends were assholes.
Grampa Fighting Golfers
I vaguely remember going golfing at my bachelor party, and feeling blessed that we didn't kill anyone. So I can understand how 61-year-old James Alonzo Hines must have felt on the Florida golf course where he was playing behind five assholes on a bachelor party. Well, apparently Hines had just about enough of those uppity youngsters, so he started hitting golf balls at them. When the boys started hitting them back, Alonzo used his golf cart as a battering ram, ranting and raving about respecting one's elders, and bashed one of the bros so hard over the head he broke his club. Then the fight found its way into the sand trap, and that's when things really got messy.
These Wild and Crazy Guys
The details are few and far between here, but according to a seemingly reliable meme on Whisper, this group of heavy hitters actually played "Dungeons & Dragons" during their buddy's bachelor party. Don't worry, before you go jumping to conclusions and thinking this isn't nearly crazy enough, let it be known that they at least waited to start rolling the fantasy dice until after the stripper was done. And, then she joined them. Now that's my kind of cosplay.
Carnies Gone Wild
Ain't no party like a carny party, because a carny party has lots of dudes with small hands that smell like cabbage and really short tempers. At least that's my assumption after reading UrbanGimli's Reddit account of one of his friend's bachelor parties that was attended by not just carnies, but also "vending folk at ball games" and "burger flippers." Quite the high society affair, obviously. So it's not surprising that these guys wound up chasing a stripper out of the party and down the street for accidentally slicing the groom from ear to chin with an out of control stiletto.
The Dangers of the Dildo Mask
If you're on the wrong end of a dildo mask and you end up with a concussion, you're doing a bachelor party just right. That's reputedly what happened to Redditor indecisive311's buddy when a stripper rode his face, masked with "dildos where your mouth would be." Apparently, she rode so hard she knocked his cock-shaped head on the ground, over and over and over again, so much so that when she got off... err, when she stood up, he just lay there unconscious and had to get taken to the hospital. The lesson here is simple, and pretty much one to live by: Don't wear dildo masks, at least not on hard floors.
Other Level Revelers
Let's all put our hands together for this resourceful group of revelers who actually rented a billboard in Vegas and plastered the groom's name and face up there along with an ad for genital warts remover. They even created a real website to support the ad. And just in case you think your bachelor party had that beat, get a load of the testimonial quote they used: "My wife doesn't have any more excuses," Steve DiMatteo, Founder and Manic User. Bravo gents, bravo.
The new "Stand by Me" meets "E.T. Extraterrestrial" meets "Ernest Scared Stupid" Netflix original brings together the excitement of a classic coming-of-age tale and a missing-persons mystery. In an 8-episode series featuring a classic actress (Winona Ryder), a cute upcoming actress (Natalia Dyer), a redeeming washed-up cop, a misunderstood boy and a chubby friend with a lisp, we watch the paranormal hit the mundane small town with quintessential '80s pop culture hits and constant suspense where no one's totally in control of their bladder. "Stranger Things" is the most bingeworthy show of the year thus far, and just another reason why Netflix is the best in the business. It just started streaming in July and already people are drooling for a follow-up season.
"The Night Of"
HBO's new murder mystery tails the son of a taxi driver who finds himself in a real dilly of a pickle, meeting a strange, mysterious gal who lures him into a night of sex, drugs and blood that ends in her demise. The pilot takes you through his attempted escape, a riddled mess of bad timing and dark coincidence where all the cards are stacked against him until the young man finds only one helping hand: his lawyer, played by none other than John Turturro.
There's little else more exciting than seeing Danny McBride back on HBO, and now matched up with Walter Goggins (playing a man this time), we know we're in for a treat. The two hopeful faculty members who vie for the throne of the would-be high school principal are picked over by a woman, who appoints them co-vice principals. Their mutual hate is then redirected at their newfound enemy as the two insidious monsters stop at nothing to win back their seat. It's essentially "Eastbound & Down" meets "Game of Thrones."
Based on the cult comic by Garth Ennis and artist Steve Dillon, the bizarre, supernatural, religious and often insane new AMC show from producers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg cannot be ignored. It's nearing the end of its 10-episode freshman season, but was recently renewed for an extended second season. So now's the time to hop on the crazy train that is the world of Jesse Custer (aka, Preacher).
Maria Bamford is the star of her own sitcom, quite literally, as she plays an embellished (but not too much so) version of herself. Season one, which started streaming in late May, follows the mid-adolescence of a grown woman who can't seem to figure her shit out. Between the bipolar disorder and lost love of this woman child, she plays a both a hilarious picture of imbalance and a failing actress you can't help but root for.
Based off the Ben Mendelsolhn-led film, "Animal Kingdom" chases after a boy whose mother dies of a drug overdose and moves in with his shady relatives. In an "Alpha Dog" meets "Sons of Anarchy" meets "John From Cincinnati" TNT drama, we find that sometimes family isn't always the healthiest idea. Starring Ellen Barkin as the patriarch and Shawn Hatosy as the recently-released ex-con, "Animal Kingdom" is all about surviving in the wild where family is the most dangerous ally.
"Feed the Beast"
The lovely singing voice of Jim Sturgess teams up with freestyle rapper and former "friend," David Schwimmer in a series about opening their dream restaurant in the Bronx. A masterful chef teams up with a functioning alcoholic in the mean streets of New York where opening a business is a lot more than just building permits and liquor licenses.
Ever wonder what it's like being in a cult? Ever wonder how difficult it would be to get out? Hulu's first season of "The Path" recently wrapped up, so you can watch it all now and enjoy Aaron Paul in a familiar role as a vulnerable man trying to escape his former life. Michelle Monaghan plays his wife who is way more entrenched in the teachings of the cult's founder Steven Meyer, and Hugh Dancy plays the devious new leader of the "following" known as Meyerism.
A historic Boston serial murder case involving the local Silver Bells Killer is reopened, and the Hawthorne family is caught right in the middle. The CBS serial killer series has a family at each other's throats as new evidence comes to the surface and causes riff within the bloodline. Gary Cole, Nick Searcy and Justin Chatwin star.
Mireille Enos ("The Killing") returns as a cunning investigator, only this time, she's the victim. After her fiancé cons her out of money and flees the scene, she works to track him down before it's too late, multi-tasking her way through the private-I world and trying not to let her emotions get too in the way.
After just wrapping its first season, the Showtime stunner that serves as a malicious chess game, as opposed to your run-of-the-mill TV violence, circles around a hedge fund hero, played brilliantly by Damian Lewis, and his nemesis, the pillar of justice, played by Paul Giamatti. The only catch: Giamatti's wife, played by Maggie Siff, works for the accused.
"30 for 30: Doc & Darryl"
Okay, so "30 for 30" isn't new, but the ESPN series is a consistent host to some of most captivating documentaries in sports history, from the NBA's detested life of Christian Laettner and glory days of the Orlando Magic to historic fights of Muhammad Ali and coverage of classic teams like the '85 Chicago Bears. But the latest, and one of most intriguing, is the Judd Apatow co-directed July piece covering the connected life and times of New York Mets stars, Darryl Strawberry and Dwight Gooden. The episode covers the peaks of the fast pitcher and hard hitter gripping the 1986 World Series, as well as their heartbreaking downfalls.
It is tough out there, folks, and sometimes it seems like the world just wants you to fail. And it's hard not to feel that way when shit happens to us day in and day out. Check out 20 signs the world is against you.
But hey, it's not all bad: 29 Tiny Things That Give You Great Joy
Do people generally have a favorite weather person? No. But by now you should know that our favorite weather person is Mexico's finest, Yanet Garcia. When she isn't telling Mexico how miserable it is for them, Garcia is posing for magazines or showcasing her butt. That's a lot of work, and people like her deserve vacations.
So that's why Garcia took a Hawaiian vacation, and she took pics for all of us to enjoy. Take a look at some of her recent vacation photos thanks to her Instagram:
Now check these gals out: The 10 Hottest Weather Girls On Instagram
Everyone has seen "Home Alone" and its sequel (but hopefully not the garbage that followed), and while we all know what happened to Macaulay Culkin and Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern hasn't really been on the relevant road too much since then (although shout-out to his role in "Rookie of the Year). Yet, Marv isn't doing so bad for himself, especially since he just reunited with a special friend for the first time since the movie premiered 26 years ago.
Take a look at the special reunion below thanks to Stern's YouTube:
What a reunion.
Damn, Frank: Conspiracy: Uncle Frank Was Behind Everything In 'Home Alone'
So you think your dating life is a wreck? Check out some of these #WorstDate tweets of people's hilarious bedside manner when it comes to the art of chivalry. Guys and gals, we're all to blame, but if you've been having a particularly lonely month, this might help you feel more comfortable in that state, avoiding yet another worst date.
1st date he pulls a huge knife out to show how he protects himself, wanted to tuck and roll out of car #worstdate— NaturallyMojo (@naturallymojo) February 14, 2016
The time a guy I was on a date with asked to use my phone & I asked who he was calling he said "a girl who blocked my number" #worstdate— Emily Garrity (@allvolemily) February 26, 2016
Went to Starbucks during lunch. He orders the least manliest thing: child-size hot chocolate w whipped cream. Can yall imagine?! #worstdate— Mary Poppins (@MissRSay) May 27, 2016
#worstDate when the guy almost got into a fight with a carnival worker— Jamila (@RefineByStyle) February 14, 2016
My friend went on a date today and the guy was seemed sad and she asked why and he said "I'm in love with this other girl". #WorstDate— James Dawson (@_JamesDawson_) March 14, 2016
#worstdate went out with an older girl I met on a dating periodical (yes before the interweb) ended up washing her car... go figure!— Luke Lazenby (@_InstallMuscles) February 14, 2016
My #worstdate ever was when my date got me drunk and tried to steal my car!I only remember the police being called and passing out in my car— Olivia Russell (@lifebyolivia) February 14, 2016
A guy took me out and paid with gift cards his grandma gave him. #worstdate— Amanda Spurling (@amandabspurling) February 14, 2016
This guy and I went to a little local carnival cause I love carnival rides but he was screaming more than I was on the rides #worstdate— Princess Killah (@TiniLae) February 14, 2016
#worstdate took a date one time to McDonald's an the coupons I had were expired— danieboyz (@danieboyz) February 13, 2016
My friend's date said he forgot his wallet, went to his car and then just left the restaurant. #worstdate— Alissa Suzanne (@ScribblePie) February 12, 2016
We all know that Steve Buscemi is one of Hollywood's untouchables, but did you know that he pretty much blends in with family photos and no one notices? Well, at least one mom didn't notice when her son decided to switch out all the family photos in their home with pictures of Buscemi.
Kevin Manion from Wisconsin was so bored one day this summer that the only cure was Buscemi, and lots of him. His sister Clare shared this tweet and helped his prank go viral:
My brother has been replacing family photos with pics of Steve Buscemi and my mom hasn't noticed pic.twitter.com/d533C4yEZW— Clare Manion (@claremaura) July 24, 2016
Clare tells BuzzFeed that her brother switched one photo out every time their parents didn't notice the change, and it wasn't until five days later that their mom noticed.
"She was in the kitchen and could tell something was wrong with my brother's senior photo, like the colors were wrong, and his head was too big, so she walked over to it and started laughing so hard," Clare explains.
Anyone would be happy to have Buscemi be a part of their family.
Or you can just use Rob Lowe's face: Guy Pranks Family By Putting 168 Rob Lowe Faces All Over House
If there's one knock against comic book movies, it's that the villains all tend to be pretty lame in comparison to the heroes. Hell, the last Captain America movie pretty much did away with supervillains entirely and just let the heroes fight each other. But the one exception to this rule has always been the Clown Prince of Crime...Batman's true arch-nemesis...the Joker. Something about this psychotic clown makes him perfect for reinvention and reinterpretation, and he's popped up in wildly different forms over the years. So here's how all those movie Jokers shake out when pitted against each other...
A little sibling rivalry doesn't usually hurt anyone, but things sure have changed since my sister and I were young. Eating the last Oreo was considered harsh revenge when I was growing up, but siblings are now absolutely demolishing one another. Just take what this dude did to his sister as revenge.
The fiasco kicked off when a girl, named Katie, got her brother Chris in trouble by ratting him out to their parents about him having beer. That resulted in him being grounded for three months. So Chris set out to get even by stealing a page out of Katie's diary and sharing it on Facebook -- a page titled "My hook up list."
And oh, he tagged all of the guys listed. Take a look at it below thanks to Reddit:
Something tells me that's the end of this sibling bond.
And then there's this: Girl Gets Revenge On Dorm Food Thief In The Most Disgusting Way Possible
Just when you thought a three-way couldn't get any hotter, you get three of the hottest girls involved: Emily Sears, Genevieve Morton and Elena Belle. And just when you think that couldn't get any hotter, they involve mankind's favorite pastime: bacon. Aside from more hot Carl's Jr. girls, Hardee's is rolling out a new 3-Way Thickburger that offers up three different kind of bacon (yes, three different kinds of bacon), including their traditional Applewood-smoked bacon and crumbled bacon, along with a new bacon buddy, "bacon jam." We can't say anymore (because we're dangerously close to wetting ourselves), but the bacon jam involves balsamic vinegar, caramelized onions and molasses with bacon bits. Now we've said too much. Did we mention these girls are perfectly hot?
For more of these hot girls, follow them on Instagram @emilysears, @genevievemorton and @officialelenabelle and get a whole boatload of sexy photos.
Not surprisingly, the "Pokémon Go" phenomenon has managed to bring out the worst in some people.
Whether it's crashing your car into a tree because you were busy playing the location-based augmented reality mobile game instead of driving or getting caught in a tree or...wait for it...falling off a cliff while trying to capture a rare Pokémon character, let's just say it's becoming pretty goddamn embarrassing.
And then there's this guy:
Did you see what he did there? He substituted "Pokéballs" for the naughty word at the end of it.
Well, CTV reporter Sarah MacDonald didn't think that made it OK, and she filed a complaint with Vancouver police afterward because the dude also caught her earpiece and "ripped it off her jacket and out of her ear" as he made his way off the set.
The man has since apologized, but Vancouver Police Sgt. Randy Fincham said he could still be subject to assault charges, which would be an embarrassing story this guy would be forced to tell every potential fast food employer as to why he checked the "Yes" box next to the part of the application where it asks if you have ever been convicted of a crime.
How the FHRITP phenomenon came to be: Reporter Interrupted During Live Broadcast By Very Vulgar Videobomber (NSFW Language)
Can you say limited edition collector's item?
According to the Sporting News, local business leaders in Rio are no doubt going to attempt to capitalize on the Olympics even before the Summer Games arrive next week. And oh yes, that includes the boys and girls slinging dope:
Rio cocaine dealers now using the Olympic logo, plus the warning "don't use near children," which is very thoughtful pic.twitter.com/8M0e551eej— Alex Cuadros (@alexcuadros) July 26, 2016
So if you're keeping score at home, you can now add Olympic-branded snout candy to the long list of issues plaguing the Rio Games, and that list includes severe crime, extreme water pollution, mutilated bodies washing ashore near Olympic volleyball courts, police and other authority figures welcoming visitors to the Rio airport with signs that read, "Welcome to Hell," a financial crisis, the impeachment of Brazil's president and of course, the Zika virus.
Gonna be a long summer in Rio.
The ball went out of bounds, but it luckily came to rest next to that corpse: Mutilated Body Washes Up On Beach In Rio Where They're Supposed To Play Olympic Volleyball