Orlando Magic player Glen Davis earned the nickname “Big Baby” from his peers a long time ago. But now the six-foot, nine-inch recent father continues his “baby” legacy with a post-game interview that’s gone viral thanks to his adorable 20-month-old daughter Amari.
What’s ‘skyaking’ you ask? It’s skydiving — but in a kayak. It’s the bizarre creation of daredevil Miles Daisher, who turns the extreme sport skydiving on its head, under and all around, as he jumps out of a plane in equipment normally used only in water.
Peggy McAlpine (yes, high altitude is in her name) first set the Guinness World Record for oldest paraglider five years ago when she was just 99-years-old. But earlier this year, 101-year-old American Mary Allen Hardison broke that record. So was McAlpine, now 104, going to let that slide? No.
While most soldier homecoming videos we have featured in the past involve our brave men returning home to their wives, parents and children, here’s a video to prove that dogs are just as much a part of the family as anyone else.
Kids love the zoo, and when moments like this occur, it makes a visit all the more special. In this cute video, a young girl suddenly becomes the center of attention for all the otters at the Philadelphia Zoo. And so she plays with them.
Although the yo-yo craze saw its success swing between the ’80s and ’90s, there some people out there who even today haven’t given up on the stringed toy. Take this Japanese yo-yo performer, who goes by the stage name Black. He’s a ‘World Yo-Yo Champion’ and the trick he’s going to show you is sheer awesomeness in a blink of an eye!
Ever since two lucky soldiers successfully got Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake to be their dates for the Marine Corps Ball, people have been posting videos online openly seeking their favorite stars to accompany them to prom or dance galas as their date. Here’s another one, and the star being sought this time is basketball sensation Jeremy Lin.
Of all the things babies find amusing, you wouldn’t normally assume the vacuum cleaner would cause a toddler to go into hysterics. For these parents, the vacuum is exactly the household item their baby couldn’t stop laughing at when its switched on.
Raphael Davis, a Los Angeles city firefighter, allegedly filed claims for worker’s compensation insurance between December 2008 and May 2011, citing injuries that prevented him from working at his day job. Trouble is, prosecutors say during that same period Davis was caught moonlighting as a mixed martial arts fighter and fought seven bouts under the name “The Noodle”. The 35-year-old has now been arrested on suspicion of insurance fraud.
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