The only surfing experience most people have ever had is second-hand at best — who here didn’t see Blue Crush when it came out in 2002? But those swells were nothing compared to the gnarly, powerful, and downright scary spots on this list…
Located on the north shore of Oahu, Pipeline is the deadliest wave in the world.
Powerful waves break mere yards from the shore, over a jagged coral reef that has impaled surfers.
If you’ve ever played Tetris then you’ll probably understand just how absolutely insane this video is.
In less than 20 seconds, Japanese player “Keroco” races to finish 40 lines. Yes, that’s 40 lines in 19.68 seconds. According to MentalFloss.com, that’s the first time anyone has ever broken the 20-second barrier.
Hearing about the feat is one thing, but just wait until you watch it. I’ve never seen anything like it in my life.
We’ve all seen awesome skating videos and it seems like over time they’re only getting more amazing. The tricks these athletes invent and then are able to actually land are beyond ridiculous.
And then there’s Ana Maria Suzano and her longboard. Her moves aren’t as highflying and her board may not flip, but her skills and creativity take skateboarding from a simple mode of transportation or an extreme sport and turned it into an art form…
Everybody knows that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson not only rules the WWE ring, but he’s also made quite a massive name for himself in the world of movies. But did you know that he’s also amazing at lip syncing?
Well, all you have to do is throw on a little Taylor Swift and The Rock is ready to “Shake It Off” like no one’s business…
Easter is only a few days away, which means that decorating hardboiled eggs is all the rage right now.
Artist Barak Hardley wasn’t satisfied with simply dunking his eggs in colored water. Instead, he broke out his paints and went crazy creating some of the coolest pop culture-inspired Easter eggs you’ve ever seen.
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!
Long gone are the days of a simple hot dog or bag of popcorn being the only concessions that money can buy at the ballpark. Sure, you can still get a hot dog topped with mustard and onions. But you can also get deep fried Oreos, an 8-pound burger, or a taco with a shell that’s made out of bacon.
These foods are anything but a walk in the park. Hungry yet?
Inside the Park Nachos
At Miller Park (home of the Milwaukee Brewers) these non-nachos are proclaimed as “nachos on a stick.” In reality, it’s a corn dog-like stick stuffed with taco beef and refried beans, rolled in Doritos, and then deep fried and drizzled with cheese and sour cream.
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.