"Allah will take care of us all!" he shouted as he clung to the back of a speeding bus.
Next time you're stuck behind a slow driver bust this move out.
After nearly a decade at the top, Henrik Norgren unseats Marc Rutzou's record of 57 seconds for "Train" on Agent difficulty.
Using a laser jammer? Bad. Chucking a guy in jail for 8 months for laser jamming? Also bad. Flipping off police cameras? Kinda rad.
Hailing from the heel of Italy's boot, panzerotti have a light and airy dough that makes it a little less of a commitment than an entire calzone.
For those who happened to play any multiplayer shooter on PC from the '90s to the early '00s, this is going to look very familiar.
Removing the carcass from the flesh takes a long time, but after that you can just drop it in a deep fryer.
LA Beast's videos have more in common with extreme pornography than traditional athletics.
It sounds like mere hypothetical, but the world running out of sand is actually a startling real possibility.
This mover's priorities are in the right place as he puts his arm on the line to save the most precious of cargo.
Technically, the component parts of everything we've eaten were once in space, but to munch on something that was floating around in the stratosphere only moments before is mind-boggling cool.
We're feeling rather lucky right now that middle and high school are a foggy, uncomfortable blur in our memory banks.
It's been a wild ride for GoPro. It went from a niche camera company for surfers, to a media behemoth that was printing money, and now to a company undergoing large-scale layoffs. Oof. So, I went on Amazon and bought the very first GoPro Hero camera, to see where it all began.
Named for his stubby tail, Mayor Stubbs started life in rather less grand circumstances; he was found by the owner of Nagley's in a cardboard box left in their carpark.
The Pop It Pal is the most amazingly gross toy in existence.
Sebastian Woodroffe traveled to Peru to experiment with ayahuasca, a hallucinogenic potion used by indigenous shamans in spiritual exercises.
We live in the future but no one is talking about it.
To say his apartment was invaded by beer cans and pizza boxes would be a gross understatement.
No need for elaborate, expensive mouse traps. Turns out all you need is a bowl and peanut oil.
A new study suggests that being on a higher floor in a building increases a person's willingness to take financial risks.
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