All eyes are on Iowa today for the Iowa caucuses, an event that occurs every four years and is significant for two reasons. One, it’s the first event in the nominating process for the presidential election, and, two, it’s the only time the rest of America pays any attention to Iowa.
Well, whatever you think you know about Iowa is about to change once you watch this amusing video.
Winter is around the corner, and therefore so is ski season. But times are tight, and maybe you can’t afford to hit the slopes whenever you’d like. But there’s hope: Just go skiing through your own neighborhood instead! It can’t be done, you say? Watch this amazing video to find out how wrong you are.
The US is the junk-food capital of the world, but when it comes to tasting the most fast-food in a short period of time, it turns out that Spain has us beat.
This stunt originally was introduced on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ when Fallon set the bar at 13 food items tasted. But on this Spanish program, Florentino Fernandez bests Fallon by three items, setting a new record with 16 fast foods tasted in 30 seconds.
Once you can do something perfectly, the only thing left is to learn to do it faster. Take Peter Grigorov for example. He’s playing “Flight of the Bumblebee” on the accordion at 20.3 notes per second, setting a world record in the process.
Roger Craig knows how to play ‘Jeopardy.’ Finding a Daily Double can really change a game. Sadly, most contestants tend to play conservatively, usually attempting a “true Daily Double” when they have only a modest sum to begin with.
Not Craig. He stumbled upon two consecutive Daily Doubles during a Tournament of Champions match this week and bet all of his money both times. What happened next? Find out after the jump.
You’ve probably never seen a 15-year-old who could shred as impressively as Tony. And we mean any 15-year-old, not just the handicapped. Because while Tony’s chops would be impressive on their own, they’re mind-boggling once you realize he’s blind.
In this hilarious clip, Barry Deley, a British-Columbian sports anchor, wins a house worth $2.5 million live on the air. When the winning name is drawn, it quickly dawns on the news team that it’s their own sportscaster, so they call him for a reaction. Turns out, he was shopping for groceries when he got the big news.
British game show host Bradley Walsh couldn’t contain the laughter brought on by the funny-sounding name of German skier Fanny Chmelar. Walsh gets an A for effort, but once that giggle fit takes hold, there’s no stopping it.
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