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  • Posted by bigmny  / Feb. 11, 2011

    The citizens of this town loved having Harry Baals in government, and they want to show their appreciation for Harry Baals by erecting something big in his honor.

  • Posted by Daypass42  / Feb. 12, 2011

    Sucking at something doesn't mean you have nothing to contribute. Take this kid, for example, who sucks at sledding but was able to help a little girl get some nice air.

  • Posted by The Vault Staff  / Feb. 12, 2011

    Sucking at something doesn't mean you have nothing to contribute. Take this kid, for example, who sucks at sledding but was able to help a little girl get some nice air.

  • Posted by The Vault Staff  / Feb. 12, 2011

    A giant, evil-looking snowman freaks out passers-by in town. Freaky the Snowman doesn't have his own theme song, but the screams of small kids are music to his ears. This is the same sort of concept that launched no fewer than ten really crappy B-horror movies in the 1990s. The evil groundskeeper dies and possesses the body of a snowman. Wouldn't that be a really easy villain to kill off? Just avoid it until spring and you're good.

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  • Posted by RipFilms  / Feb. 12, 2011

    A giant, evil-looking snowman freaks out passers-by in town. Freaky the Snowman doesn't have his own theme song, but the screams of small kids are music to his ears. This is the same sort of concept that launched no fewer than ten really crappy B-horror movies in the 1990s. The evil groundskeeper dies and possesses the body of a snowman. Wouldn't that be a really easy villain to kill off? Just avoid it until spring and you're good.

    RipFilms

  • Posted by helloexactly  / Feb. 13, 2011

    Remi is back playing Mario Kart in real life on the streets of France. Remi has to make a pit stop to buy bananas in a grocery store, which is something that should be added to the game immediately.

  • Posted by ssproair  / Feb. 14, 2011

    These guys bet their buddy that he couldn't get the numbers of three different chicks in one night and he ends up winning the the bet in less than two minutes.

  • Posted by JayJayLOL  / Feb. 15, 2011

    Another dog sacrificing his own well-being to save his owner. She'll be forever grateful he kept her from having to listen to the rest of that Ke$ha song.

  • Posted by The Vault Staff  / Feb. 15, 2011

    Another dog sacrificing his own well-being to save his owner. She'll be forever grateful he kept her from having to listen to the rest of that Ke$ha song.

  • Posted by JJ_Allin  / Feb. 15, 2011

    All young guys look forward to getting their drivers licenses, taking a car out for that first spin, and having a friend leap nuts-first onto a bridge. It's a rite of passage.

  • Posted by The Vault Staff  / Feb. 15, 2011

    All young guys look forward to getting their drivers licenses, taking a car out for that first spin, and having a friend leap nuts-first onto a bridge. It's a rite of passage.

  • Posted by RFGNT  / Feb. 16, 2011

    She just learned a painful but important lesson. If she ever needs to defend herself from a stranger, hitting someone in the eye with her Desert Eagle is probably her best option.

  • Posted by ssproair  / Feb. 16, 2011

    I am pretty sure they didn't change the laws of physics since I left college but I still can't figure out how this dude pulled off the video.

  • Posted by scrfce  / Feb. 16, 2011

    A failed 360 attempt leaves one kid in pain. Did the accident at the end hurt him? It nearly rectum.

  • Posted by biggiesmallz  / Feb. 16, 2011

    Congratulations, kid. Being shaped like a beach ball and doing the Urkel Dance have balanced each other out, leaving nothing for anyone to make fun of.

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