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Cat Places Third in Virginia Senate Race
You may remember talk about a certain feline running for office a while back, and go figure - about 6,000 people thought he was right for the job!
Walmart Employees Toss iPads Around Because They Can
Is it a real video or a fake? If it's real, some employees have some 'splainin' to do!
Tired of Pumpkins? Make a Krang-o-Lantern!
If a plain old pumpkin jack-o-lantern isn't your style, or you've mastered pumpkin carving and are looking for a challenge, perhaps consider making a Krang-o-lantern. Website #MikeVDesign posted pics of the project, and we think it's an excellent idea. Except for the fact that we can barely carve tw…
Watch the First Documented Hurricane Sandy Weatherman ‘Fail’
Weatherman Peter Doocy was standing out on Rehoboth Beach in Delaware, showing how intense the ocean was becoming before the storm even arrived when something went wrong.
Can You Watch the ‘Ultimate Faceplant Compilation’ Without Wincing?
If you think it's funny when people fall and get hurt, you are going to think this NSFW video is HILARIOUS.
‘Potato Jesus’ Costume Can’t Be Beat This Halloween
You might not have even known you were competing for the title of 2012's Best Halloween Costume, but you just lost. The guy who made this 'Ecce Homo'/ Potato Jesus/ Good Grief, This Lady Can't Paint costume just beat us all.
Zombies Overtake Columbus, Screaming Ensues
This video is basically just a bunch of people reacting predictably to a zombie man chasing them, but there are a few treasure moments in this prank on the people of Columbus; namely a woman who threatens to use self-defense on one zombie, and a guy who's bike will not go no matter how fast he …
Pizzeria ‘Honors’ 9/11 With $9.11 Pizza
Nothing commemorates the greatest tragedy in American history quite like a pizza sale! A pizzeria in upstate New York decided to honor the 11th anniversary of 9/11 by selling large cheese pizzas for $9.11. The uproar was predictably appropriate.