A routine ends in a thud as shocking as it is oddly satisfying.
The look on the face of the car's owner (in the blue camo jacket) tells the story.
There are bad days at work, and then there's this.
This promotion for Hendrick's Gin on Sydney Harbor did not seem to go as planned.
Having seen the mechanic use the trailer hand brake on his boat, this man dismissed his usual routine of chain and chocks — which was not a great idea.
A perfect nine-second internet video for your viewing pleasure.
Fortune favors the brave, but so does misfortune, as it turns out.
Why push your kids when you've got the cash?
Hopefully the cat has learned its lesson and won't mess with its owner's mirror again, but, let's be honest: it hasn't and it will.
We'll have one glass of champagne and a whole case of unstoppable disaster, please.
The only way this could get more cartoonish is if an anvil dropped out of the sky onto his head.
Our only explanations are that she's either a fugitive or has some magical, triple-platinum-double-diamond insurance.
We regret to inform you that some ice and artistry were indeed harmed in the making of this video.
A BMW driver wanted to show off for his girl, and show off he did, destroying a Mazda RX-7, frame and all.
Losing his shorts? Check? Falling over again and again? Check.
There were vehicles were in the driveway and the lights were on.
A watery demise in painful slow motion.
One man in pursuit of free hot sauce hams his way through "The Choco Challenge."
Unless you like being the center of embarrassing albeit hilarious attention, let it air dry.
The issue at hand isn't whether Musk was right or wrong in any of his previous tweets or even if the tweets caused the markets to move; it's whether Musk and Tesla were upholding their agreement for Musk to obtain preapproval from Tesla's lawyers. Per the SEC and Tesla's own admission, he did not.
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