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Monday, 12 January 2015

Parents giving their kids the sex talk is as awkward as you remember

From the folks who brought you "Grandmas Smoking Weed for the First Time" comes another, more uncomfortable gem: Parents talking to their kids about sex for the first time. It is, of course, a terrible experience for all involved.
Apologies if all this talk of sperm, eggs and "van-ginas" brings back vivid memories of your own first "birds and the bees" talk.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on Monday, 12 January 2015

25 of YouTube's Funniest Sports Fails

  • 1. Golf Cart Fail

    This runaway vehicle wreaked minor on-field havoc following a high school football championship in Texas last December. But a heroic bystander hopped aboard and put on the brakes.
    No casualties occurred, and the clip immediately became Internet legend.
  • 2. Penalty Kick Fail

    Watch out for the ricochet, goalie! This kid gets it in the right in the chops.
  • 3. Mascot on Rollerblades Fail

    What happens when you put an inflatable dinosaur on rollerblades and ask it to skate down a flight of stairs? Amazingness, that's what.
  • 4. Flopping Fail

    In sports, to "flop" is to exaggerate the force of contact in hopes of drawing a favorable call from officials. But you've got to time it much, much better than this guy does.
  • 5. Hockey Celebration Fail

    Apparently, if you hug a member of the opposite team after scoring a goal in hockey, you will get punched in the face.
  • 6. Innocent Bystander Fail

    This kid is just in the wrong place at the wrong the benefit of the rest of us.
  • 7. Representing Your School Fail

    College football mascots are supposed to represent their schools in a fun, positive light — which doesn't typically include picking fights. Here, the University of Oregon's duck slams the University of Houston's cougar.
    Bonus points for the sick elbow drop, though.
  • 8. Weightlifting Fail

    Not saying we could successfully lift 432 pounds above our heads, but dang, that looks painful.
    German weightlifter Matthias Steiner dropped this massive barbell on his neck during the London Olympics this summer, but escaped serious injury.
  • 9. Trampoline Dunk Fail

    Sometimes, when you fail, you actually win.
  • 10. Hurdling Fail

    Why jump over hurdles when you could just RUN STRAIGHT THROUGH THEM?
    File under: Never, Ever Gets Old.
  • 11. Paying Attention Fail

    After what could best be described as an "optimistic" shot attempt in a game last season, NBA center JaVale McGee showed some nice hustle getting back on defense. Only problem? His team still had the ball.
  • 12. Judgment Fail

    But that wasn't McGee's only legendary moment. Here, he shows why it's not a good idea to try dunking from the free throw line mid-game.
  • 13. Olympic Promo Fail

    For some reason, London's Olympic promotions this summer involved hanging Mayor Boris Johnson on a zipline while waving a pair of tiny flags.
    Then he got stuck halfway through and it was pretty much the best, funniest, awkwardest thing that could have happened.
  • 14. Grand Slam Celebration Fail

    Major Leaguer Kendry Morales broke his lower left leg while celebrating a game-winning grand slam in 2010. This edited video provides the before, during and after rundown.
  • 15. Slam Dunk Fail

    See? White guys can jump? It's just the landing that's the hard part.
  • 16. High Dive Fail

    The announcer here sums it up perfectly. She calls this attempt from the 1992 Olympics "an absolute failed dive."
  • 17. Piggyback Ride Fail

    What begins as an innocent enough piggyback ride atop a fuzzy mascot turns into a pretty epic collision — and YouTube gold.
  • 18. Long Jump Fail

    Dude! If you're gonna pump up the crowd like that, you can't just faceplant into the sand.
  • 19. Touchdown Celebration Fail

    When you think about it, is there any better way to celebrate a touchdown than by pegging an unsuspecting spectator in the face? Bonus points for originality, at least.
  • 20. Pro Golfer Fail

    You'd think a professional golfer could put the ball in the hole with less than 16 strokes. Kevin Na — and the rest of the world — found out otherwise on this par-four hole at the 2011 Valero Texas Open.
  • 21. Head-First Slide Fail

    Well, that's one way of doing it...right?
  • 22. Time Management Fail

    Tie game, clock winding down — it's always better to get one last attempt up than just let the game go into overtime. A full court desperation heave with a 11 seconds to go is never the way to do it, however.
    This classic gaffe by the University of Connecticut's Roscoe Smith came during a matchup of top teams in 2011.
  • 23. Boogie Boarding Fail

    Its veracity may be suspect, but this 2008 YouTube classic has more than 12.7 million views, despite a mind-numbing soundtrack.
  • 24. Sportsmanship Fail

    The summer of 2011 was a tough time for NBA star LeBron James. It was full of lingering ill-will for his decision to the leave the Cleveland Cavaliers and snarky schadenfreude over his initial failure to win a championship with the Miami Heat.
    So it makes perfect sense that he'd let off some steam by viciously dunking on a tiny kid at summer camp, right? That's what happens at the 0:43 mark of this video.
  • 25. Standing on a Basketball Hoop Fail

    We're not quite sure why this mascot thought standing on top of a basketball rim was a good idea

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on

Ohio State won the title but the Oregon duck mascot won the Internet


Ohio State pounded Oregon behind 246 yards and four touchdowns from running back Ezekiel Elliott to win college football's first playoff national championship 42-20 on Monday night.
So yes, the Buckeyes won the title. But a Vine of Puddles, more colloquially known as the Oregon duck mascot, won the Internet.
It's beautiful in its simplicity, really — just that goofy Oregon duck mascot taking the field like some sort of feathered speed freak.
That was only the beginning, however. The good people of Twitter dot com saw themselves in ol' Puddles. In a sense, you could say that duck was all of us.

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on

25 films that know exactly how you feel


Watching the right movie at the right moment is kind of like hanging out with a great listener. When you're sad they console you, when you're happy they help celebrate … movies have the power to mirror the way we feel.
Wherever and whenever a certain mood strikes, check out these 25 films — our selections are crafted to match the feelings with which you're dealing. Curl up on the couch with your Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and enjoy these flicks on your Quad HD Super AMOLED display (and, given the Note 4's 5.7-inch screen, you're in for not only excellent resolution, but a lot of real estate on which to experience it).
Feeling sad after a breakup: Nothing says it's over like a massive sinking ship and your love literally freezing to death in ice-clogged waves, and Titanic (1997) has got you covered. Want to see a truly awful relationship? Spend some time in the dark and twisted affairs of Gone Girl(2014). Or for a quieter, sadder ride, try 500 Days of Summer (2009).

Getting your snuggle on (a.k.a. bring on the puppies): Whether you've got a four-pawed friend of your own, or you just want one, a lazy and snuggly Saturday is all the better with an old favorite such as 101 Dalmatians (1961), or an uplifting coming-of-age tale such as My Dog Skip(2000). Of course, the reigning king of all shaggy-buddy flicks these days is undoubtedly Marley and Me (2008). Have a hanky ready for that one, though.
Marley and Me
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Dreading family time at the holidays: Get ready for too much eggnog and endless comments about your career choices! If you're dreading another dose of hometown harassment this season, shore up with these flicks: Dermot Mulroney and Sarah Jessica Parker grapple with how to fit in at the Christmas gathering of The Family Stone (2005). You might want to escape your holiday family obligations, but somehow they keep pulling you back in: That's the story ofFour Christmases (2008). Meanwhile, James Gandolfini and Ben Affleck are just trying to deal with each other in Surviving Christmas (2004).
The Family Stone
In the mood to be scared silly: In the dark, for a scare, check out the atmospheric chills of The Babadook (2014), or the full-on trapped-in-a-cave horror of The Descent (2005). If scary dolls that are possibly real are your idea of terrifying, then check out Annabelle (2014). Here's a tip: Samsung Galaxy Note 4's Super AMOLED display makes horror movies even more horrifying: thanks to its deep-contrast feature, the creepiness just gets creepier. You'll never miss what's lurking in a shadow, or slinking along a dark hallway on the screen — and that's the stuff a great horror film is made of, after all.

source: io9
Craving a delicious meal: Sometimes you just want to tuck into a killer plate of yumminess with a movie that complements the fare. Like a fine wine, you can do just that with Jiro Dreams of Sushi (2011) or the animated kitchen hijinks of Ratatouille (2007). Want to get emotional about your dish? Try the inimitable Tilda Swinton in the foodie-friendly romance of I Am Love (2009).

source: Tumblr
Eager to travel someplace new: Whether you're packing, or just wish you were, movies can inspire us to see the world. They can be high-adventure, like The Secret Life of Walter Mitty(2013) or they can be eccentric journeys, such as the train trip of The Darjeeling Limited (2007). Looking to go way out there? Put on Into the Wild (2007) for some deep and philosophical trekking.
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

source: Reddit
Excited for Friday: How about throwing on that perfect movie to kick off the weekend? There's the slacker fun of Friday (1995), with none other than Ice Cube; it's perfect for a throwback hangout with friends. For the kids, try the Lindsay Lohan/Jamie Lee Curtis remake of Freaky Friday (2013) — it's the old kid-and-adult switch roles story. If you're ready for something a bit more serious, follow along with the struggles of the indomitable football heroes of Friday Night Lights (the 2004 movie, in this case, not the television show).
Freaky Friday

Feeling happy and in love: Oh, you romantic soul. Witness the love of a lifetime beset by parents who just don't approve: it's Endless Love (2014). Get inspired with a new music-and-romance entry from the makers of Once (2006), as Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley learn toBegin Again (2014). Or, firmly establish where you stand in your new relationship — decidedly not in the corner, that is — with Jennifer Grey's and Patrick Swayze's rock-and-roll fueled romance, Dirty Dancing (1987).
Dirty Dancing

Posted By: Pawan Lubana on

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