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Truck flips over on I8 West after apparent Road Rage 5 10 20
Y’all see them Final Destination movies? How glorious are those opening set pieces where the prescient main character foresees a catastrophe, after which s/he manages to prevent the death of several people who would have died in it, who all then die regardless? This video isn’t on par with the highway carnage that kicks off the second installment—no lumber decapitation here—but it did remind me of it because that’s basically all I can ever think about anytime I watch a video where someone’s driving on the highway and I know something bad is about to happen.
Adrianna my amazing crazy daughter
You’re never going to see one of those “arm breaks in half fail lol” videos in one of these round-ups as I’m too squeamish to post (or watch) them, so this is the closest you’ll ever get.
That’s right, folks, this classic was discovered by the eagle-eyed full-time video acquisitions crew we’ve got on staff here at Break. If you haven’t seen it in a while, revisit this reason why the internet exists. If you haven’t seen it ever: it’s a cat playing Jenga. Really well, actually. There’s no clear victor between the cat and human, either, as we never actually see the tower fall. You think this cat would be good at Mouse Trap? Mine’s not. In fact, I’ve beaten my cat every single time we play Mouse Trap, though he usually beats me at Scrabble.
Do not slice open a tire
Are gas stations required to let you use the air pump for free in the state you live in? Here in California, they’re required to turn it on for free if you buy gas. Usually the guy reaches under the counter to push a switch or he waves some sort of remote in the direction of the pump, and about half the time the damn thing doesn’t turn on, so you have to walk back in and ask the guy to turn it on again, and after the second time it doesn’t turn on I’m usually convinced the guy is trying to shame me into paying the 75 cents.
My Rottweiler loves to take showers
During the drought in California, we were encouraged to replace our dogs with a cactus. Now that the drought’s over, I’ve been enjoying watering my cactus by leaving it in a running shower for a half-hour. Still miss my dog, though.
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