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I can openly admit that I'm quite shit when it comes to parallel parking, so my attempts usually involve someone coaching me the whole way in what probably looks like the most uncool thing ever. And yet, it works because I've never ended up on top of another vehicle.
The incident, which occurred at Katie's Cars and Coffee in Great Falls, VA, involves a woman trying to parallel park her Mercedes-Benz 380SL Roadster. But she somehow ends up on top of a very expensive Ferrari 458 Speciale. Take a look at the video below:
Something tells me the guy who said "nobody is hurt" was hurt by the Ferrari owner.
And here are yet more crappy parking jobs: These Awful Parking Jobs Were Given The Instant Vigilante Justice Treatment
The Rio Olympics have already seen Michael Phelps win his 19th gold medal, 19-year-old swimmer Katie Ledecky win gold while shattering a world record and Gabby Douglas fail to qualify for the all-around final. And yet, a cameraman at the Olympics may have missed all of that because he was too busy filming something much more important.
Take a look at 26 glorious seconds of girls in thongs thanks to a cameraman that decided to film instead of focusing on the sportscaster:
Gold medal for him.
And try not to get distracted by these ladies: 11 Reasons To Watch The Rio Olympics
Beach Boys "Pet Sounds" (1966)
Right up there with The Mamas and The Papas, the Beach Boys are quintessential California grooves, whose 1966 "Pet Sounds" leads off with "Wouldn't It Be Nice," which sets the summer tone immediately. Along with "Sounds of Summer" and "Wild Honey," The Beach Boys couldn't be more summer-oriented if they tried.
Believe it or not, this was the 11th studio album for The Beach Boys (in their fifth year together), who released their "best of" record that same year. "Pet Sounds" is listed in the Grammy Hall of Fame, and rightfully so.
Dr. Dre "2001" (1999)
Why it wasn't titled 1999 is a mystery we didn't bother to look up, but it was the long-awaited release to the doctor's 1992 debut "The Chronic." Classic hip-hop songs include "What's the Difference," "Forgot About Dre" and "Xplosive," along with the help of Eminem, Snoop Dogg and Xzibit, just to name a few in a long line of talented mofos. The record hit the top slot on the U.S. Billboard's Top Hip-Hop Albums.
What exactly is he a doctor of, smoking the reefer or hip-hop? Is this album predicting 9/11? Has he only released three albums? Did anyone ever listen to 2015's "Compton?" We have so many questions for Mr. Dre.
Tom Petty "Wildflowers" (1994)
Most critics will say "Full Moon Fever" is Tom Petty's 1989 summer sonnet, which it may very well be, but the second solo, "Wildflowers," is the one that gets people's lower halves shaking in the summer months, if you ask us. Songs like "You Wreck Me" and "You Don't Know How It Feels" are about as hit Tom Petty as it gets, along with cool summer vibes from slow rollers like "Time to Move On" and "It's Good to Be King." Produced by Rick Rubin, the album won the Grammy for Best Rock Album.
Incubus "Morning View" (2001)
With hints of genius and a breakthrough year in 1999 with their second major studio record, "Make Yourself," and its hit "Pardon Me," the California quintet returned with a superbly summer-sounding album about the sun, the stars, sea foam green, UFOs, waves and floating endlessly down a river that set the new standard. The album, unsurprisingly so, was recorded in a Malibu beach house long before AirBnB was around, and its environment shaped one of the most beloved summer singles, the "Morning View" leadoff, "Wish You Were Here."
Red Hot Chili Peppers "Californication" (1999)
The title alone sets them high in the bracket, but the band with hot new summer '16 music is also the band that "can't stop" with the summer singles, including Grammy winners for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance from 1999's "Californication."
The Allman Brothers Band "Eat a Peach" (1972)
Just after the death of Allman brother Duane Allman, the band released one of its most adored albums, "Eat a Peach," which featured the last bits of the fallen member. A half mountain jam, half classic songs record, hits like "Melissa" and "Ain't Wastin' Time No More" bring out the platinum worthiness of the album while the jams in between highlight the perfectly melodic sounds of a well-groomed band, at least musically.
Blink-182 "Enema of the State" (1999)
In the peak of their commercially critical acclaim, the three punker boys of Blink followed a blossoming record with a hit single, "Dammit," with a series of hit singles, including "All the Small Things," "What's My Age Again" and "Adam's Song." The album allowed the "blinky boys" an opportunity to showcase their perverted weirdness with wildly ambitious music videos and some provocatively chosen song titles like "Dysentary Gary."
Weezer "Green Album" (2001)
Although the fall from grace has been a steep one with no road back up, Weezer did have its moment (or island) in the sun with its 2001 follow-up to the "blue album." The big hits, "Hash Pipe" and "Island in the Sun" gave a clear message that band wasn't just some fluke with a couple great albums, including the quiet "Pinkerton." Yet shortly after, the band came out with a commercially unappealing "Maladroit," which sparked the band's need for change, never allowing them back into the loving arms of music listeners such as before. Despite breaking up in the past, the band can't seem to quit putting out albums we don't seem to want.
Prince and the Revolution "Purple Rain" (1984)
The late great had many a triumphant moment, but none stand quite as tall as the giant "Purple Rain," whose singles "Purple Rain," "Let's Go Crazy" and "When Doves Cry" commanded the radio for extensive weeks. It is the soundtrack to the film of the same name, released the same year, and the album lives in the Grammy Hall of Fame, just as its maker does.
Beastie Boys "Licensed to Ill" (1986)
Another tragically lost group, Beastie Boys, who were known to let the beat drop, were the three-man band nobody could get enough of in the '80s. Their debut album, "License to Ill," was a Def Jam recording hitting hard in 1986 with "Brass Monkey," "Fight for Your Right" and "No Sleep Till Brooklyn." The album received the World Music Award for World's Best Album. Shortly after their 2011 release, "Hot Sauce Committee Part Two," MCA (Adam Yauch) died of cancer, which led to the discontinuation of the group.
Britney Spears has been on a roll lately -- well, an Instagram roll. While the 34-year-old pop star has shared pics of her toned body, her new swimsuit and a video of her goods to everyone's favorite prom song "Time After Time," Spears also took some time to share a very important vacation picture.
Take a look at what Britney posted on her Instagram while on vacation in Hawaii:
And we're dreaming we had taken some vacation days and joined her.
Here's quite a way to wake up: Britney Spears Pranks Jimmy Kimmel By Waking Him Up From His Deep Slumber
I get that some people get nervous when their partner heads on a vacation without them because trust is pretty much dead nowadays. But instead of biting her tongue, making passive aggressive comments and stalking his Facebook page like any other normal jealous person, one girlfriend decided to take things a bit further.
Kieran Lumsden from Edinburgh shared a set of rules that his girlfriend, Whitney, wrote for him before he took off on a vacation to Magaluf with his friends. Kieran showed off the rule book on his Twitter with the accurate caption of: "Whitney took psychoness to a new level."
The rule book starts off innocently enough with a cover:
And then this occurs:
Kieran may want to stay on vacation a tad longer.
And then there's this gem: Woman's Idea To Keep Other Women Away From Her Boyfriend Is Very 'In Your Face
You could accuse us of trying to bait you with the headline above, but that depends on what the guy leaving notes to his wife in the following photos had for dinner last night. Regardless, said notes could hardly be described as romantic.
Argue their endearing qualities all you like, it's the wife's endurance that's the true testament to their love.
He could learn a thing or two from this loving wife: Artist Creates Epic Pop Culture Lunch Notes For Husband Every Day
I'll be honest: If I had a choice between representing my country at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games or spending time on a boat with my hot wife named Paulina Gretzky while she's wearing nothing more than what seems to be a piece of yarn or two, I'd choose both.
After all, there are plenty of boats and plenty of bodies of water for those boats for you to retreat to with your beautiful wife after hitting a round of 18 for your country.
With that being said, let's just say that I completely understand why Dustin Johnson didn't go to Rio this year. I mean:
Of course, not everybody was happy with DJ's decision to stay home with Paulina, and they let both of them know about it in the comments attached to her Instagram post. Well, to say that Paulina isn't going to put up with their shit would be an understatement:
Mmmhmm. You go girl.
There is no such thing as too much Paulina Gretzky: Paulina Gretzky Is Going To Make You Wish You Were On This Flight
There must be nothing more satisfying for an athlete at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games than having three or four years of hard work, training, dedication, heart and soul culminate into the performance of a lifetime in front of thousands of people in a sold-out arena and millions of people watching on their TVs around the globe and capturing a gold medal for your country in the process.
This is not one of those performances:
Team Ireland doin rly well so far pic.twitter.com/cKlUwBbxXE— Cian (@Herbs1996) August 7, 2016
The good news for this young lady on the Irish gymnastics team is that sometimes capturing that Olympic glory involves the heartbreak of falling flat on your face first before digging deep for the Olympic spirit and bouncing all the way back with that performance of a lifetime and capturing gold a la American speed skater Dan Jansen.
Best of luck, young lady.
h/t Barstool Sports
Probably the most unique warmup routine we have ever seen: This Canadian Olympic Swimmer Gives His Dad The Finger Before Every Race
A solid obituary is essential to preserving the legacy of a person after they croak.
Sometimes an obituary even goes as far as featuring advice on how to get a possum out of your shed just to show how helpful somebody was when they had a pulse. Other times it comes in the form of dissing political candidates. Hell, sometimes an obituary is just two very informative words.
But this is definitely a first in the obituary department.
According to NJ.com, a 55-year-old Egg Harbor Township man recently passed away after a bout with cancer that was reportedly the result of years of fiberglass exposure. But thanks to the fine form of media known as the Press of Atlantic City, Leroy "Blast" Black's legacy will live on forever.
That's because not only did Blast's wife send in a death notice to the paper, but his girlfriend also sent in a sweet obituary piece, and the paper decided to print both of them:
Survived by both a "loving wife" and a "long-time girlfriend?" Well, I think everybody nailed it with the nickname of "Blast," as it seems like it perfectly summed up Black's sex life.
There isn't enough space here to list all of the women from Freddie's past: The Funniest Obituaries Ever Written
To his credit, at no point has Astana Barys defenseman Damir Ryspayev taken off his skate and tried to stab somebody. But with stats like his, you can't blame the Kontinental Hockey League brawler for being a bit angry. After all, he's played 23 regular season games over the past two years without a single goal or assist to his name. That's probably why the 21-year-old's latest preseason match against the Kunlun Red Stars ended with, well, this:
This is the "brawl" that caused Barys/Kunlun to end after 3 minutes. Damir Ryspayev should be banned from hockey. pic.twitter.com/b6OpcuUf5i— Jeff Veillette (@JeffVeillette) August 8, 2016
The entire "game" lasted three total minutes before the Red Stars' coach decided to pull his team. As for the disciplinary action taken against Ryspayev, it sounds like his hockey days--if you can call them that--are over for awhile.
Official press release - pic.twitter.com/7Wbr36fPFF— Aivis Kalniņš (@A_Kalnins) August 8, 2016
Just for kicks (and punches, mostly punches), here's what no points and 194 penalty minutes in 23 career games looks like:
Unless the driver of the SUV was in the middle of giving birth, there is absolutely no excuse for this.
Sgt. Jim Smith of the Ohio State Highway Patrol pulled over a driver late last month for what seemed to be a routine traffic violation, but what happened next was anything but routine. Somebody driving an SUV completely missed the flashing lights atop the police vehicle and the fact that two cars were pulled to the side of the road in front of him or her and slammed into both vehicles as well as a defenseless Sgt. Smith:
Charges are pending against the dipshit who was behind the wheel of the SUV, and fortunately Sgt. Smith is going to be fine. However, let's hope he didn't write up a ticket for the young lady who he initially pulled over. I mean, not only did she immediately get out of her car to check on his well-being, but she also displayed one sweet ass "Dukes of Hazzard" move as she exited the vehicle through the window due to the fact that her door had been crushed by the impact.
h/t Barstool Sports
Maybe the driver was distracted by this officer's photo? MexicanPolice Officer Could Get Fired For This Racy Selfie
And I'm in love.
A recent study said that anybody who says they are a pro at multitasking is actually full of shit, but this video of a sexy girl wakesurfing, catching a beer bong that was thrown to her, catching a can of beer that was thrown to her, pouring that beer into the beer bong and then downing that beer in a matter of seconds is proof that the guys and girls behind that study are actually the ones who are full of shit.
Seriously, any dude on that boat who didn't propose to this girl the second they came ashore is an idiot. Well, unless her brother was on the boat.
It didn't go so well when this clown tried something similar: Dude Wakeboarding Tries Catching Beer, Catches Massive Pole In His Rib Cage Instead
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10. Anyone can do it, even your most unathletic buddy.
9. And unlike golf or basketball, anyone can get lucky and do it well.
For real. I once witnessed a very petite girlfriend of mine who had never bowled a 100 in her life roll a 225 out of nowhere with a 6 lb. ball. It was incredible.
8. We need more hilarious movies made about bowling.
There are just not enough comedies like "The Big Lebowski" and "Kingpin."
7. It's a relatively cheap date option that gives you an excuse to check out her butt.
This isn't really sports related, but still.
6. The shoes, man.
5. The thrill of a strike is just as good as hitting a home run or catching a touchdown pass.
And it can happen up to 12 times a game.
4. Kids these days need more middle-aged sports heroes with beer guts.
I mean, John Daly and Bartolo Colon are cool, but Del Ballard, Jr. #ftw.
3. Bowling leagues are the best leagues.
And they go hand-in-hand with the snazziest shirts.
2. Celebrations like this:
Pete Weber is the man.
1. You can eat nachos, pizza, chicken tenders, fries, etc. while playing and wash it down with pitchers of beer.
In fact, it's encouraged. So what are we waiting for, America? Let's make bowling #1 again!
"By the Sea" (2015)
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's quiet little honeymoon film was shot as a French 1970s small-town story about a struggling couple trying to fix what's wrong at a quiet seaside villa. Their attraction and interaction with a young, sexy and happy couple takes their struggle to strange places as we uncover what is causing the two so much trouble. The film has a classic feeling, Pitt playing a struggling alcoholic writer, Jolie playing the sexy pill-popping recluse. The scenery, shots and score are all as cool as it comes, giving us an urge to splurge on a foreign trip.
"Midnight in Paris" (2011)
It wouldn't be a classic film list without a little Woody. Another struggling writer story, Owen Wilson plays a literature junkie who romanticizes living in the '20s as he begins to step back into his golden days at midnight and meets his literary heroes who workshop his new novel. As his fiancé (Rachel McAdams) pushes him away, he's pulled into the world more by a new love interest (Marion Cotillard) who wants to take him further down the rabbit hole of golden days.
"Into the Wild" (2007)
A book adaption about a young man who graduates top of his class and foregoes the cookie-cutter lifestyle to instead embark on an internship with the outdoors, Emilie Hirsch plays Christopher McCandless. Upon shedding his material possessions, McCandless sets off into the wild to endure life without its spoils, challenging himself to warm, feed and shelter himself without the use of money in what is both enlightening and gut wrenching to watch.
"Darjeeling Limited" (2007)
Pretty much any Wes Anderson film is going to give you a serious case of the need to travel. Like in "The Grand Budapest Hotel," Anderson creates a world which we rarely get to see. In the case of "Darjeeling Limited," he takes us aboard an Indian train trip with three disconnected brothers (Owen Wilson, Adrien Brody, Jason Schwartzman) on a journey to reconnect and find their mother. Although most will tell you it's not true to the India experience, it romanticizes the idea with great music, color schemes and classic Anderson symmetry.
"Lost in Translation" (2003)
A lonesome, older actor (Bill Murray) finds himself happily exploring the city of Tokyo with another lonesome, but much younger and hotter, woman (Scarlett Johansson). The two escape the usual tiresome parts of tourism and find themselves comfortable in each other's company. As the story unfolds, we see how easy is it to be alone in a crowded place, as well as how exciting it is to meet someone unexpectedly.
"The Motorcycle Diaries" (2004)
Just before finishing school, a young Che Guevara travels from Brazil to Peru with his friend via an old cafe racer bike. The two encounter not only some of the most beautiful sights, but also the saddest disparities in the lands. This biopic of sorts details an inspiring journey for what would become an inspiring leader.
"The Rum Diary" (2011)
The making of one of the late Hunter S. Thompson's earliest and most obscure writings, Johnny Depp steps into the role of Thompson in the tropical paradise of Puerto Rico just ahead of its commercial boom. Accompanied by strange characters, fast cars and pretty ladies (Amber Heard), Thompson tries to make it as a writer while fighting off the man at the same time, starting with the local newspaper. The film was directed by the rare and bright mind of Bruce Robinson.
"Life of Pi" (2012)
Ang Lee's epic travel film about a boy and his family leaving India on a freighter becomes an intense trial for a young boy and a Bengal tiger. This great book adaptation is not only a rare film in that it matches the quality of the book, but it also touches on places and circumstance we've not yet encountered in our lifetime. Though its treacherous moments won't give you the travel bug, the sights you see and the excitement keep you wildly wanting to escape to the outdoors.
"Before Sunrise" (1995)
The first in a three-part series, "Before Sunrise" follows an American in a boy-meets-girl story aboard a train in which Jesse convinces Celine to get off with him in Vienna before they must go their separate ways. The two spend the entire day together, which eventually leads to the film's sequel nearly a decade later in which the two rekindle their first meeting, then again another decade later for the trilogy's finale. The sights and feelings of Vienna warm the movie unlike any other place could as you get to know these two in the quickest, most genuine way possible.
"Raiders of the Lost Ark" (1981)
The jumping-off point for Indiana Jones in 1981 takes us from Nepal to Cairo as the famed fictional archaeologist goes on a government-sanctioned search for the Ark of the Covenant. This was the start to a series of Harrison Ford-led excursions into off-the-map national treasures, which has a fifth installment on the way in 2019.
If you weren't watching the Olympics last night, you missed what has everyone buzzing today: Michael Phelps' earth-shattering death stare.
While Phelps and the other swimmers were preparing for the men's 200 meter butterfly semifinals event, the greatest swimmer ever was caught making the most pissed off face you can make. This was made even better by the fact that the swimmer who beat him in the 2012 London Olympics, South Africa's Chad Le Clos, was just shadow boxing and dancing right in front of him.
And boy, Phelps wasn't having any of his shit, staring at him like there's no tomorrow. And of course, people ran with it and had the most hilarious reactions. Check out the best #PhelpsFace reactions below:
"cargo shorts" pic.twitter.com/jYI1pCHFms— Shirley Li (@shirklesxp) August 9, 2016
when u remember the revenant pic.twitter.com/CBTbdpjlCg— Richard Lawson (@rilaws) August 9, 2016
boomer: "dad i pooped"— Amanda Lucci (@alucci) August 9, 2016
michael phelps: pic.twitter.com/FMT3vgB17o
when ur crush's significant other is at the party pic.twitter.com/KJ0N10brb5— Max Read (@max_read) August 9, 2016
For the record, Phelps took second in the qualifier and le Clos came in third. Can't wait for the finals.
And Axl isn't a fan of his meme: Axl Rose Wants Google To Remove The 'Fat Axl' Meme From The Internet
As someone who has needed glasses for as long as I can remember, I understand all the ups and downs that come with wearing them day in and day out. And I'm not alone, because there are plenty of people who also understand the struggles.
Thanks to Twitter's hashtag #GrowingUpWithGlasses, all sorts of people were able to chime in with downfalls to growing up with glasses. Check out the best below:
At least it's considered art: Pranksters Put Glasses On Floor At San Francisco Museum And People Mistook It For Art
Everyone and their mom knows that IKEA's goal is to make sure to have furniture that not only is impossible to put together, but is difficult enough for loved ones to begin hating each other out of frustration. But one couple decided to up the ante a bit by taking some LSD before diving into building a dresser from IKEA.
Giancarlo and Nicole scored some acid in order to make the task of putting together a piece of furniture even harder. They even recorded it for us to enjoy. There's nothing like taking drugs in order to go viral -- shout-out to us millennials.
Take a look at the video below thanks to the very appropriately named YouTube 'Hikea.'
Solid effort, folks.
Now try this: Quiz: IKEA Item Or Evil Spirit
I've seen enough of those campy "geek to chic" "Maury" transformation episodes to not only know that Maury makes millions off that crap, but also to know that you should never poke fun at someone who isn't a '10' in your eyes, because chances are they will come right back and make you look dumb. I mean, just take a look at this preview from Maury:
What a production.
Well Facebook recently had a "Be careful who you bully/call ugly challenge," which encouraged people to post before and after pictures of themselves. Take a look at some of them below:
Let us not forget this: Pretty Girls, Ugly Faces