VH1′s Pop-Up Video, which has been on hiatus since 2002, is returning with brand new episodes on October 3.
All the snark, irreverence and stone cold facts that made the show such a hit during its original run are back and on display in this preview featuring Britney Spears‘ music video for ‘Til The End World Ends.’
This pooch was able to stay perfectly still as his owner built a Jenga-like tower of tempting dog treats right on his snout. Then the canine continues the balancing act until getting a signal that the trick is over.
Take a photo of a baby wearing a tuxedo and a no-nonsense scowl on his face, add captions fit for a mafioso and you’ve got Baby Godfather, an intimidating tyke who’s quick to issue humorous but deadly serious threats against Humpty Dumpty, the Three Blind Mice, Simon Says and other hallmarks of childhood.
Josephine Smith wasn’t kidding when she approached 69-year-old Milton Ellis Wednesday night in the parking lot of a shuttered St. Petersburg, Florida Hooters and declared “I’m a vampire, I am going to eat you.”
Leah Gibbs was so impressed with Adam Minton’s Facebook profile that she agreed to go on a date with the man she knew just through the social networking site.
The 23-year-old Australian woman probably realized this wasn’t going to be a traditional date when Minton kicked it off by asking her to drive him to a betting parlor and then wait in the car while he presumably made a wager.
Before they become a symbolic of a terrible tragedy which befell America almost ten years ago, the World Trade Center Towers were a symbol of New York City and its largesse. To commemorate the tenth anniversary of September 11, editor Dan Meth has compiled a supercut of most of the Twin Towers’ best big screen cameos.
Ashley McDowell of Spartanberg, South Carolina probably thought she was a master negotiator when she haggled with two men a McDonald’s parking lot for a new iPad, getting the price down from $300 to $180. But when McDowell got home and opened the box, she instead found a plank of wood.
While foul balls hit into the stands provide fans with the chance to make some pretty epiccatches, those suckers are traveling at high enough speeds to cause an injury.
During last night’s game against the Orioles, Yankees third baseman Eric Chavez almost catches a foul ball that was headed for the crowd. When he can’t make the grab, the ball ends up hitting a woman in the front row smack in the unprotected face.
Russian pole vaulter Dmitry Starodubtsev got quite the shock at the IAAF World Championships in South Korea over the weekend when the tool of his trade snapped right in the middle his attempt to clear a 5.75-meter bar.
When police pulled over Arthur Lee Thompson, he immediately denied doing anything wrong. But he sure was about to. The 38-year-old Summerville, South Carolina man begin to fight with the officer, and in the confusion, Thompson managed to jump into the cop’s unoccupied cruiser, and take it on a terrifying 100 mph-plus joyride right down the middle of a busy two-lane road.
And the whole incident? Captured on a security camera mounted in the dashboard.
Housing Authority worker Jose Rivera was filling in a rat hole in Brooklyn’s Marcy Projects (childhood home of Jay-Z) last week when three of the vermin rushed out at him. So he swung his trusty pitchfork at the rats and struck the largest one. And boy, was it large.
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