Sports commentator and former soccer player Chris Kamara has a bit of a reputation for not really knowing what’s going on, which makes sense when you watch this video of him not having any idea what’s happening. He’s at a soccer game, and has somehow failed to notice which player has been issued a red card and ejected from the game. Just a small detail.
This is the most wholesome blooper reel we’ve ever seen. There’s no cursing or violence. It’s almost less of a blooper reel and more of a “look, basketball players can make friendly jokes” reel. I mean, nobody even hits their head on a door frame, which we secretly assumed happened to basketball players all the time.
Well, we were feeling pretty proud of ourselves for finally looking up that Couch to 5k thing, but it’s going to take a little more than that to impress Phillippe Croizon. The quadruple amputee has made history by swimming intercontinental straits linking Oceania, Asia, Europe, America and Africa.
Tired of regular, boring, emotionally unavailable news? Well then, this is the video for you because this melodramatic news reporter is very involved with his work. He’s emotional. He’s gesturing wildly. He’s smacking his notepad for emphasis. You really get the sense that it’s not every day a bus crashes into a house in Montgomery County, Maryland. And when one does, it is a BIG deal.
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