Fellas, listen up: Next time you go on a blind date with a beautiful woman, and you take her up on her offer to drive you around in her nice, new sports car, do yourself a favor and don’t undermine her ability to handle the vehicle.
That is, unless you want to end up like the unsuspecting dudes in the below video. Very clever, Ford. Very clever…
There’s no arguing that “As Seen on TV” has been one of the most profitable business in existence.
Be honest—you had a Chia pet, right? But while there are some good and useful products, there are a million others that are so ridiculous that you wonder if the executives who approved the commercial and the product had their common sense sucked out with a Flowbee.
What’s a Flowbee? One of the 38 most ridiculous “As Seen on TV” products that made it onto our list.
Yes, pets are a huge responsibility, but a motion detection parrot that chirps every time you walk in the room? Forget crackers. Polly wants an explanation.
The way we humans act during the big game is peculiar…especially to the cats. Fortunately, this house cat has been around long enough to catch on so that he can explain the insanity to his adorable little protege…
If you’ve ever been involved in youth sports, you know that some parents and coaches are…crazy. There’s really no other way to put it. They’re absolutely nuts.
Cheering loudly or hollering to make sure your voice gets across the field is one thing, but the truly insane parents and coaches go way beyond this — berating kids, fighting with referees, throwing things, and just generally fuming as if the universe hangs in the balance and everything will be decided by a child’s game.
And nowhere is this a part of kids’ sports culture more than among the coaches, parents, and players of the Texas Youth Football Association. Here, winning is everything. Effort, teamwork, sportsmanship — all these values take a backseat…unless they’re going to improve the odds of a win.
In its first season, the Esquire Network documentary series Friday Night Tykes took a hard look at this league, focusing on how coaches behave with their young athletes. Unsurprisingly, it’s not all that great. We see coaches doing everything from swearing at their teams to — perhaps most crazy of all —instructing them to injure other players.