In a spoof of ‘The Office‘ that aired during the Emmy Awards, characters from other popular shows made their way to Dunder-Mifflin’s confessional room and told the camera what it is about their TV workplace that gets them down.
In this latest edition of animals loose in stores, two baby deer found themselves inside a Publix supermarket in Suwanee, Georgia.
The fawns tempted fate by wandering over toward the meat section, where they were scooped up by store employees. Unfortunately, the video ends before we learn if they were returned to their mother or fell prey to the butcher.
This pooch was able to stay perfectly still as his owner built a Jenga-like tower of tempting dog treats right on his snout. Then the canine continues the balancing act until getting a signal that the trick is over.
A policeman working the Notting Hill Carnival in England took community relations to a whole new level when he joined in with the revelers and showed off dance moves so choice that many of the carnival-goers stopped what they were doing to watch the cop get down.
Further solidifying the city’s reputation as an adult playground, visitors to Las Vegas can now test out heavy machinery such as bulldozers and excavators in a giant “sandbox” located right off the strip.
Evan Patrone has double-jointed shoulders and elbows, which allows him to sit on a bench and play the piano backwards. You’ll probably cringe a little bit when you see his talent in action (nature did not intend for arms to bend that way, right?). And you may continuing cringing, depending on how you feel about Coldplay’s ‘Clocks,’ the song he plays in the clip below:
A busker playing guitar for spare change in Boston’s Public Gardens got a quite a shock when music legend Bruce Springsteen approached him yesterday, and asked if he could borrow his instrument. Bruce then began strumming a tune for the passersby, with a huge grin on his face. Speculation is that Springsteen was in Boston dropping son Evan off at Boston College.
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