In a time when high school sports hazing scandals have been making headlines around the country, it’s always nice to see a show of true sportsmanship that goes above and beyond what you might expect from kids that young.
In the below video, you’ll get a chance to see exactly what we’re talking about when two selfless high schoolers from Vanguard College Prep in Waco, Texas decided to give their opponents, the Gainesville Tornadoes, something special to play for.
Ahh…March Madness. That time of year when people everywhere stop everything to watch little known college basketball teams upset the powerhouses of the nation. The games seem to be on TV all day, so what happens when your girlfriend really wants you to go to Target with her to do a little shopping?
Well, let’s just say (at least according to the below video) that’s probably the last time she’ll ever make that mistake. As his shirt says, “Basketball never stops.” BoomShakalaka!
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…
Being the Tooth Fairy isn’t an easy job. You have to work late nights, travel, collect discarded body parts and master the art of breaking and entering all while doling out cash. That doesn’t even take into account the high expectations that are placed on your fairy dust-coated shoulders by children eagerly awaiting your arrival.
As these 35 hilarious notes from clever kids clearly illustrate, it’s no day at the beach—but it does have a few small rewards.
Doctor, comedian, and actor Ken Jeong shares about his family’s experience with cancer and how he actually was encouraged by his wife to film “The Hangover” while she was suffering from breast cancer. It is remarkably and surprisingly poignant to hear about the profoundly therapeutic value of acting in a comedy.
Who knew there could be such a deeply moving story behind a person hopping on stage at the MTV Movie Awards and yelling “Too-da-loo, Motherf—r”…
With all the negativity in the news it’s easy to become jaded and a little bit cynical. But it can take only one random act of kindness to restore that faith in humanity, just one small deed done only out of the goodness of one’s heart to remind us compassion exists.
If one act of kindness can “restore our faith,” how many would it take to just stop losing our faith in humanity in the first place? Most little kindnesses go unnoticed, but sometimes they are immortalized through pictures on the internet so the rest of us can be reminded how wonderful strangers can be. Perhaps there are enough wonderful acts of compassion here to permanently restore our faith in humanity…
Whereas the actual wedding day only lasts 24 hours, the images that capture that time are both timeless, and in many situations, priceless. Yes, there are the traditional shots of walking down the aisle and cutting the cake, but it’s the unexpected moments — and guests — that truly prove to be memorable.
While the bride might not have laughed at the time — or even noticed — we all can laugh at the 30 best wedding photobombs on the internet…