Upon returning to the dugout from the field, Florida Marlin Logan Morrison was attacked by a large praying mantis, who had been perched on the dugout’s rails.
His reaction? A bit extreme: Morrison’s arms flailed all over the place in a desperate attempt to get the harmless bug away from his person. Needless to say, his teammates and the game’s broadcasters found his insect-triggered spasms highly entertaining.
In American football, climbing up on your opponent’s shoulders to make a catch will get you flagged. In Australian football, the move, executed by player Andrew Walker, is being lauded as the play of the year.
Walker, of the Carlton Football Club, and his piggy-back ride of catch have to be seen to be believed — check out the clip below:
In this video, a young man at a wedding performs a spirited and solo dance, much to the delight of everyone watching.
It’s the type thing that will often happen at a wedding, after some cocktails have been consumed. But what makes this spirited solo wedding dance different than most is that at this wedding there was a fountain — the kind of fountain that will sneak up on a guy when he’s paying more attention to his spastic gyrations than his immediate surroundings.
Check out the latest addition to the canon of wedding fails below.
According to those who have proposed the ban, the rational behind it is twofold. It would encourage San Franciscans to adopt animals from shelters and rescue organization, and it would put an end to what animal rights activists claim are inhumane conditions in puppy mills and kitten factories.
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