Thanks to Trevin Wax
This instructional diagram from How To Be A Dad highlights the issues parents face in allowing their children to decorate the Christmas tree!
You have to wonder how a category like “the most fire-breathing full twist backflips performed in one minute” ever was accepted for the Guinness Book of World Records. He needed eight such backflips for the record, but Australian acrobat Aiden Malacaria managed to do ten of them. Let’s see what that looks like.
You have to wonder whether there was a previous record of seven fire-breathing full twist backflips in one minute, or whether this is new, and they just set eight as a benchmark.
Via Boing Boing
Following through on a big New Year’s resolution may feel overwhelming, but this young girl can help with a few words of advice.
“Keep your resolutions, but go easy on yourself. Will you change? Maybe. But it probably won’t happen in one big moment. It’ll happen in thousands of little moments.”
Listen to this wise-beyond-her-years 4-year-old and give yourself the flexibility to make change with small steps instead of big leaps.
Someone probably should have told this church that there’s more than a few ‘Hail Mary’ carols.
Sadly they choose rapper 2Pac’s version. Not the most suitable lyrics!
The Church in Colombo were hosting their carol service ‘Joy To The World’ on 11th December when this mistake happened. They were meant to be singing a Catholic prayer, also called ‘Hail Mary’, when they spotted the wrong lyrics.
Pictures have since spread on social media, with people sharing those 2Pac’s lyrics. Here’s just a little snippet:
‘I ain’t a killer but don’t push me
Revenge is like the sweetest joy next to getting p*ssy
Picture paragraphs unloaded, wise words being quoted
Peeped the weakness in the rap game and sewed it
Bow down, pray to God hoping that he’s listening
Seeing niggas coming for me, to my diamonds, when they glistening
Now pay attention, rest in peace father
I’m a ghost in these killing fields’
It makes me feel a lot more relaxed about any mistakes we might have made over the Christmas services.
James Corden has many talents: carpool karaoke, acting, and arguably comedy.
Coaching football, however, is clearly not his forte.
In this skit for his show, Corden takes over as the head coach of Arsenal Football Club — to the apparent bafflement and irritation of the club’s elite players.
Corden leads the team in a chorus of “Baa Baa Black Sheep,” forces them to undergo a wacky sport psychology session, and introduces some… unique new celebratory dances.
“I think I’m never going to get this hour back in my life,” footballer Héctor Bellerín says. Unclear whether the quote is an intentional part of the skit or a genuine sentiment!
Anyone passing a glance over Wales’s pre-match team photos in recent months would notice there’s something just not quite right about them.
From the numbers not stacking up (four at the back, seven at the front anyone?) to the lopsided nature of the players’ arrangement when a more traditional six-plus-five formation is put into practice, it would appear members of the Welsh national team have a curiously skewed idea of what symmetry is. Then again, it’s more likely that they’re just having a bit a team in-joke.
The moment when are “kid’s menu” becomes “children on the menu” rather than “a menu for children”.
A fancy wedding accidentally made that less-than-fancy mistake on RSVP invitations they sent out. In a photo uploaded to Reddit’s r/funny, the RSVP card asks you, sir or madam, for your name, whether you’ll be attending, and whether you’d like to eat beef, pork or young children (12 and under) for the entrée.
Just check off your favorite dish, and let them know about any dietary restrictions. They’re free range, completely organic and just a bit whiny.
Everybody makes mistakes, but not every mistake costs its victim masses of money.
In Scotland, a restaurant diner was shocked to realize that he’d accidentally tipped more than £1 million on a £100 meal. Oops.
The Evening Express reports that the massive transaction happened at an Indian restaurant in Inverurie, Scotland. After the diner finished his meal, he approached owner Abdul Wahid to settle his bill.
As Wahid tells the Express, when the diner input the tip amount in the restaurant’s credit card reader, the transaction didn’t go through. After phoning the diner’s bank and obtaining a confirmation code, the transaction was successful.
It wasn’t until the diner handed the card reader back to Wahid that the owner realized his customer’s £1,006,082.04 mistake.
All was not lost, however. After calling the bank to note his mistake, the customer got his money back and paid a more sensible amount.
How do you take a classic game like Jenga to the next level? You make it 8 times bigger. And then you set it on fire!
Imagine writing the risk assessment for that!
Jac Coleman’s son Henry got a Slip ’n’ Slide, but he’s not exactly got the instructions down yet. Doesn’t matter, he’s having a great time- as we are just watching him: