Even though the two people involved in the altercation both think they're right and are arguing, the whole thing just seems incredibly polite and proper. And the accents do nothing to help the lack of true rage!
This week, Joe took on Ryan in New Jersey on Dumber Than The Show Trivia. A lot of people are accusing Ryan of cheating because we were unable to get him on GoToMeeting. Does Joe deserve a second chance?
The odds of being struck by lightning are about one in a million in a given year and one in ten thousand over a lifetime. The odds of catching it on video would probably be considerably less. And this guy's reaction to his girlfriend nearly being struck... well... it's also one in a million.
52-year-old Carole said that when she arrived home last week, a man was waiting in her garage. He then charged at her and pinned her up against a toolbox. And that's when Carol's survival instincts kicked in.
This kid wanted to join in the latest craze of smashing himself in the face with a McDonald's ice cream cone while at the drive-thru. The McDonald's employee didn't think that it was very funny and decided to lecture him.
To be honest, we have no clue if this guy is a karate teacher and if this is his student. It might just be some random guy who thinks he knows karate and some woman who's totally okay with humoring him.
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