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  • Posted by thedestroyer  / May. 17, 2012

    This chick just learned out the hard way that the Philadelphia Passion Lingerie Football team is taking next season seriously.

  • Posted by markpotts  / May. 17, 2012

    In honor of the Diablo III release quagmire, we compiled some of our favorite fails involving video games. Don't worry, Diablo players. Other gamers have been as made, if not more, before.

  • Posted by Fortey  / May. 17, 2012

    For the most part cereal is either corn, rice or oats with maybe some sugar or color added in. Seems simple enough. But then when you go to brand it, things can get ridiculous. Just ridiculous.

  • Posted by mizzanimal  / May. 17, 2012

    A very adorable yet highly unintelligent dog tries to walk through a door but can't because he has a broom in his mouth. Hilarity ensues. We here at Break wonder what kind of problems this dog has when he's trying to just use the doggy door?

  • Posted by theladyzman  / May. 17, 2012

    This guy breaks down the difference between the two words and it's something we all need to listen to. We promise, your going to love it.

  • Posted by murphyy  / May. 17, 2012

    This guy completes a race down over 1,000 stairs without any visible injuries. However, he won't be able to sit for a while due to swelling.

  • Posted by Fortey  / May. 17, 2012

    Every so often people post things online and they feel, somehow, it's offensive. But they're not sure. So they leave it to popular opinion. Is it racist?

  • Posted by Chat_Stew  / May. 18, 2012

    Animal created this video of a coach who loves boxing, but hates his students: the people of Wall Street. He openly mocks them and it is absolutely hilarious. We'd take lessons from him and probably cry a lot.

  • Posted by Fortey  / May. 18, 2012

    Origami is the ancient internet art of posting pics of stuff you made out of paper online. Most of us have mastered folding paper into airplanes. Some of us have mastered more complicated stuff.

  • Posted by FawltyTowersSuck  / May. 18, 2012

    If you even have a slight fear of heights this video will be difficult to watch.

  • Posted by stupidvidiom  / May. 18, 2012

    A couple of kids in the science lab melt aluminum by heating it up to 1335 degrees then learn it explodes when cooled too quickly.

  • Posted by mr_majestic  / May. 18, 2012

    So much for the saying 'You can't teach an old dog new tricks'. This chick just taught her old dog how to ride a bicycle, pretty sure that counts.

  • Posted by EddieAdams  / May. 18, 2012

    We all have wants and needs, but needs are lame. Toothpaste? No. Pacman chair? Yes! Here are the items we want and you probably do too.

  • Posted by Charlie01  / May. 18, 2012

    Elliot Loney parodies the popular Bear Grylls show 'Man Vs. Wild' by going around town and interacting with the locals. He's so good that, if our eyes were closed, we wouldn't be able to tell the difference. Or see the video.

  • Posted by Avon_Barksdale  / May. 18, 2012

    We're not entirely sure how a vacuum works internally. We know there's a motor of some sort. However, we are 100% positive the hose has to be connected for anything to happen. 100%.

  • Posted by helloexactly  / May. 18, 2012

    Mouth or beak, we're not sure how it works in this case. But nonetheless, these owners should be proud to own such an inquisitive parrot, even though it's not safe to take to work...

  • Posted by Charlieville  / May. 18, 2012

    We understand you like to have some fun, drink a little, and party. That's fine. But you need to use moderation. If not, you're going to end up like some of these unlucky people. Very, very unlucky people.

  • Posted by bigbadjewdodaddy  / May. 18, 2012

    Remember when the world was a big, beautiful place, full of wonder and hope? Well, let these photos remind you that it isn't.

  • Posted by Fortey  / May. 18, 2012

    Technically speaking these aren't tattoos, but scarification has come a long way from tribal folks just gouging patterns into themselves. Everything you see here was done with a scalpel cutting into flesh to produce permanent scarring.

  • Posted by Fortey  / May. 18, 2012

    Science tells us allergies are caused by witches. If you're lucky you just get a bit sneezy, maybe itchy eyes. If you're unlucky some of this insane stuff happens to you.

  • Posted by Fortey  / May. 18, 2012

    Plenty of things in life are just annoying on their own; mosquitoes, mice, Kardashians. But when they team up en masse it's just creepy as all get out.