Back in 2011, a couple preteens set out to make the most amazing, even — dare I say it? — epic basketball trick shot video of all time. They succeeded. And yet for four long years, their footage remained unnoticed and unappreciated in the depths of YouTube.
A man whose humor is as dry as his head is bald analyzes and praises the hockey hair that has recently been on display in Minnesota’s High School hockey tournament.
It’s fair to say that the hairstyles and their presentation here are nothing short of glorious…
As you heard in the video, this video’s sponsor is donating $15,000 to charity if it reaches 100,000 views. Little did they know how badly the internet wanted to revel in Minnesota’s flow. It is already approaching a million views.
Jordyn Leopold’s dad Jordan is a defenseman in the National Hockey League and for the last season he’s played in Ohio, a long way from their family’s home in Minnesota. And before that, over the course of his 13-year career, he has played for six other teams.
Needless to say, his family is accustomed to him being far away for unfortunately long stretches of time.
But they’re over it. At least 11-year-old Jordyn is. She’s had enough and so she decided to do something about it.
A key part of learning a martial art is practicing your new skills with discipline and understanding that you’re learning this to do good in the world. To teach this, Premier Martial Arts in Leeds has a pledge that every student learns, even the tiniest little fighters there.
You know that if the first line a 3-year-old says is “I will develop myself in a positive manner” that you’re in for a rousingly adorable speech…