Youtube user bumnumba1 knows a few things about education. First, he understands that people learn better through the awesome power of song. Second, he knows that the cool kids enjoy rap. Finally, he knows first hand that the best memorization tricks involve cheap beer. Here he teaches how to count to ten.
Showing off on the basketball court, though expected, can have dire consequences.
For most of us, successfully landing the slam dunk would have been enough. But apparently it only counts if you’re a complete ass about it. I suppose he learned his lesson, though. If not, I’m sure all his friends who filmed the incident, took photos and fell over laughing would be more than happy to remind him every day for the rest of his life.
Bikes. There okay, I guess. I mean, they’re not terribly exciting. They’re just… bikes.
Let the Bike Man change your mind about that:
Somehow, he’s managed to zazz bikes up from pedal-powered wheeled things you keep in your garage and never use to ball-busting bikes. Most small-time commercials lack this sort of enthusiasm. That’s why you don’t see people going out of there way to shop at Ma and Pa’s Bike Rodeo on the corner of Main and Broadway. Maybe if they had an awesome catchphrase like “It’s true, I do!” they wouldn’t be on the brink of bankruptcy, constantly living in the shadow of the Bike Man.
A baseball game partnered with a local animal shelter tried their hands at a little cross promotion, with some pretty standard results. Future generations, please take note: dogs and fields have a very limited relationship.
So the dog relieves itself on the field. Okay, that’s not all that unusual (though hilarious). The problem here is how absurdly long it takes for anyone to actually catch the animal. It looks like there’s quite a few people on the field at the time of his great escape, included people who exist simply to catch things, and none of them are able to catch the dog. These people are used to catching a small ball traveling at several miles an hour, but a tiny dog that’s completely grounded somehow eludes them.
If someone told you that they went to a ballet and a tiger stole the show, you’d probably think that meant either a) there was an awesome dancing tiger or b) the maintenance guy is working overtime to clean up all the ballerina bits once the swat team subdues that renegade tiger. Thankfully, at a Russian ballet it means the former. Keep an eye on the tiger on the left side of the screen:
Below is a safety film from the sixties made to promote bike safety. The title is “One Got Fat“. If that doesn’t make any sense, please allow me to explain: of the ten children on their way to a picnic, only one gets fat because the others are all killed by their gross lack of bicycle safety. Enjoy!