There is absolutely nothing funny about two news helicopters crashing into each other while filming a police chase. Nope. Nothing funny about that at all. What kind of sick fuck are you, anyway?
Not funny. Tragic.
Comes complete with helmet, rear-view mirror, and a letter addressed to your mother explaining why you still aren’t married yet.
Back in March, the internet was getting a little stagnant. After years of development and innovation, it seemed that things had finally started to slow down. Then May came along and some dude put up a website called whiteglovetracking.com. Allowing users to draw a yellow box around Michael Jackson’s white glove in every single individual frame of a video of him performing Billy Jean, whiteglovetracking.com revolutionized everything. Now you can totally watch a video of Michael Jackson performing Billy Jean with a yellow box around his glove. Super.
We all make mistakes. Sometimes those mistakes are small and cause no harm. Other times those mistakes are huge and egregious and kill a ton of people.
Then there are the ones that fall somewhere in between forgetting to add fabric softener and, oh, I don’t know… genocide. Mistakes that are big enough to make it onto the local news but still small enough for us to laugh at. These aren’t veterans, and they aren’t firefighters, and they didn’t rescue anyone from the collapsing twin towers. These are ordinary Joe Schmoes, regular folks like you or I who just so happened to mistake peacocks for vampires and acid for wine. With that being said, and with the reverence of yesterday’s Independence Day celebrations still fresh in our heads, I’d like to take some time to honor some of America’s most undervalued heroes: complete morons.
Filed under: stupidity
They get pissed and leave comments like this one.
Teenager #1: If your car gets towed out of a private lot, is that a federal crime?
Teenager #2: I have no idea.
Last week I posted something about how John Walsh’s son was abducted from a Sears and how, you know, hey, maybe that was what inspired him to start America’s Most Wanted. Apparently that is exactly what happened and everyone in the entire world knew that except me. So hey – sorry for not knowing everything in the entire world about John Walsh, okay?
Some dude has a website about unusual screws.
Stop the internet, I wanna get off.