March 30, 2014 at 6:40 PM ET – You’ve probably heard the expression to not “stray from the beaten path,” but in the case of one skier in Colorado, it would have paid off to avoid where others have gone before. A new video reveals footage shot by a skier as he descends a snow-covered mountain in Telluride, Colorado. He carefully avoids several small trees, but comes to a horrible realization as he approaches what appears to be a gently rising slope.
According to the Telluride Ski Patrol, the skier ended up with only a minor shoulder injury. Watch the video:
March 23, 2014 at 11:17 PM ET – Mexican restaurant Taco Bill of Australia couldn’t pass on an opportunity at some prime real estate in Cranbourne, Victoria. So when an unused church at 150 High Street became available, the restaurant chain converted it into a Mexican eatery.
But inside the converted church these days, the words “thank you, Jesus” are only spoken to the Mexican cooks as they hand food to the waiters.
March 23, 2014 at 7:37 PM ET – Here’s one toy pet that may wind up in the “creepy” category, at least while it’s still attached to its box. Youtube user FightYourBoredom was doing some shopping for his niece recently, when he stumbled across this FurReal Friends “My Bouncin’ Kitty” toy.
Toy company Hasbro describes this feisty feline by saying “When you put your new little friend on the ground and pet her, she’ll bounce and spin like the happiest kitty ever!” Either that, or do her best imitation of a heavy metal artist at a concert. Watch the video:
March 22, 2014 at 12:25 AM ET – Who says nature conservationists are boring? No one who has ever seen John Griffith showing his moves, that’s for sure. Griffith is a crew supervisor for the California Conservation Corps, a state youth program that employs young people to plant trees, create salmon habitat, and build trails in the wilderness.
But there’s also a fair bit of dancing done on Griffith’s watch, as seen in a previously viral video of the boss man breaking it down alongside two of his workers and unofficial dance instructors. In his latest video, the “Mountain Man” shows his moves off to the sound of DJ Snake’s “Bird Machine” track:
March 21, 2014 at 11:32 PM ET – During a prescribed burn of 150 acres at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Denver, Colorado last Friday, a dust devil filled with tumbleweeds formed and quickly drew the fire into it. The result? A towering, flaming tornado which ultimately crossed the prescribed fire line and burned an additional acre of land. Watch the amazing video:
March 17, 2014 at 8:32 PM ET – When it’s time for a young man to enter the military and have his head shaved clean, might as well have a little bit of fun first. In a new video uploaded to Youtube, a young Korean man with a mohawk hairstyle can be seen letting his friends make a campfire of his hair before getting it cut.
The man’s hair is set on fire, which is made stronger thanks to a burst of flammable hairspray. Watch his reaction as the flames get closer to his scalp:
March 15, 2014 at 6:40 PM ET – If you’re going to break out in a full-sprint, never do so on live television. Or at least not in a three-piece suit and dress shoes. This is the lesson that sports anchor Paul Cicala of KVOA in Tucson, Arizona learned yesterday.
Cicala was in Las Vegas, Nevada Friday to report on the college basketball game between the Arizona Wildcats and the Colorado Buffaloes for the Pac-12 semifinals. In the new video uploaded to Youtube, Cicala explains to a KVOA co-anchor that the game was expected to tipoff in only three minutes, which meant he would have to “speedwalk” into the MGM Grand Garden Arena so as not to miss any of the action. The award-winning journalist then handed his microphone to the cameraman before doing his best Usain Bolt impression. Watch what happens:
March 12, 2014 at 7:40 PM ET – In what seems to be a nod to the Major Lazer ft VYBZ Kartel Pon di Floor, “Turn Down for What” by DJ Snake and Lil Jon is already in the running for best video of 2014.
The new video uploaded to Youtube Wednesday was directed by Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan, the directing collective known as “Daniels.” Director Daniel Kwan himself appears in the video, as an overly “excited” sweatpants-clad dancer.
Warning: video contains sexually suggestive non-nude scenes that may be offensive to some audiences, viewer discretion is advised. By watching the video, you confirm that you are at least 18 years of age or older.
March 8, 2014 at 2:13 AM ET – Dogs have different ways of showing excitement when their owners return home. 16 year old Youtuber Vincent Prochoroff of Cleveland, Ohio decided to share his pug’s excited “singing” with the rest of the world, as the deaf doggie offers a playful wail when greeted. Watch the video: