Ever wondered what behind-the-scenes of the explosions in the Die-Hard series would look like? You can get a glimpse here in this video where we see how two food carts explode as a result of a Portland parking lot catching fire. Breathtaking (literally)!
Info From Licensor: "Going from 0-130mph in less than a second... The Human Catapult! BASE jumpers are launched into the air, at times taking on over 6 G's, making even the scariest of roller-costers and theme park rides look tame. Two world-renonewed BASE jumpers and daredevils, Chris "Douggs" McDougall and Jimmy Pouchert traveled to Dubai to set up the human catapult, a device inspired by none of than Leonardo DaVinci. Eric Straub, the engineer behind this modern-day catapult, took DaVinci's design and modernized it and built the custom pulleys and board that Chris and Jimmy used to be launched 300+ feet into the air. Along with the help of Go Fast Energy Drink and Skydive Dubai, Chris and Jimmy were able to make every BASE jumper's dream of being launched into the air a realty. Jimmy quoted the experience before liftoff as, "When you are lying on that board and there is 50,000 pounds waiting to drop, the tension is palpable. If anything goes wrong, there is literally nothing you could do to stop it. You are lying there, looking at the crane tips 200 feet away, knowing that once you are released, it will take one second to get to (the top of) them - 200 feet in one second. We didn't have a g force meter, but we assume it is a moment of possibly 7g's and then it immediately starts to slack off once you are traveling." Chris McDougall and Jimmy Pouchert are two of the world's most respected BASE jumpers, both inside the BASE community and in popular culture. Both men combined have thousands of skydives, BASE jumps, and wingsuit jumps. They are highly skilled and talented jumpers, and having been in the sport for almost 20 years, are both dedicated to teaching the next generation of inspired athletes how to endure and prosper in the extremely dangerous and deadly, yet rewarding sport of BASE jumping." - Jimmy Pouchert & Chris Douggs Location: Dubai, United Arab Eremites Occurrence Date: 2013 Credit: Jimmy Pouch
See this two guys hoping to witness an insane sky cracker, get pranked and fooled as the large cracker falls behind them almost causing them a heart attack.
A dude trying to do a wheelie on a motorcycle went wrong, but he didn’t pay the price. The auto-rickshaw behind him crashes hard on the roadside fence.
See this dude on the streets of Germany, playing trombone like the instrument and mimicking the sound of police sirens while walking behind a couple of cops.
clasping your hands together and make an imaginary gun.
search for a girly victim to tease for fun.
sneaking behind and put your fingers in her hole!
because It is the KANCHOOOOO!
The funniest thing to do...
It is the KANCHOOOOO!
Its performed by docter who...
it is the KANCHO!
Put your finger in her ass
spin it a little
untill you feel the mass
What is the Kancho?
Kancho (カンチョー kanchō?) is a form of assault performed by clasping the hands together in the shape of an imaginary gun and attempting to insert the extended index fingers sharply into an unsuspecting victim's anus, often while exclaiming "Kan-CHO!"
wat is de kancho?
Kancho (カンチョー, kanchō) is een handeling die door Japanse schoolkinderen wordt uitgevoerd. Het is een handeling die eruit bestaat de handen samen te vouwen op een dergelijke manier dat de wijsvingers uitsteken, en daarmee vervolgens het argeloze slachtoffer in de anale zone te penetreren.
This dog is not just huge, it's incredibly huge. An adult can easily hide behind this dog in its standing position, yet they say the dog is not yet adult.
Purple Haze Vampire Video Song - Hexabaloo Productions story behind the scenes of the video and song: I went to a gig at the Boondocks Tavern in Seven Valleys, Hex County, Pennsylvania to see the band drummer James Swalinski was in. Can't think of the bands name now. This was around 96. I used to play in bands with James back in the day, in the 70's Strawbridge and Pyramid. He played drums on my very first recordings I did in the late 70's with the 80-8 one of the first consumer multitrack machines available.
Back to the story.
There was this girl dressed in complete black sitting at the bar drinking this really red dark bloody looking drink that looked like blood. I thought she looks very strange like a Vampire. I walked up to the bar where she was sitting and asked her, "what is that drink your drinking?" She said I'm drinking blood I need it. I laughed. She didn't. Ha. I wanted to make a Vampire movie at the time with the song Purple Haze by Hendrix. I called my version Purple Haze Vampire. I thought she would be perfect. I asked her if she wanted to be in my music video about the Vampire called "Purple Haze," with the song Purple Haze which I had gotten permission from Jamie Hendrix to release. I had to get permission from Jamie before I could release my version of the song even though ascap gave permission they said I still had to get her permission. She's very protective of Jimi's music. Sent her a tape then called her a few days later to see if she liked it and if she would allow me to release. She said it was the strangest weirdest version of the song she ever heard. She said yes, go ahead and release. When I called her I was so nervous to hear her decision. She said, "I like your version Lenny." It is very strange, but I like it. It felt so cool to get her permission. We then had a cool interesting conversation about her brother Jimi. I love Jimi's music.
The Vampire girl I've since forgotten her name.
The secrets behind the famous and popular magic tricks are revealed by two Chinese friends. But that is not the only thing in this video, after watching this you can’t control your laughter.
‘How Do You Know’ begs the question of knowing when to stop, give up and walk away. The track sets the scene of a heartbreak, but the sentiment behind the words apply to any area of our lives. From the outset, troubled, tumbling drum beats catapult the listener into an unsettled juxtaposition of torment; powerful and potent, yet somehow mapping out a confused inner struggle. ‘How Do You Know’ sets the tone and delivers the feeling before the crystalline vocals of Laura Bradley unfold expertly crafted lyrics which add the colour to the canvass of trouble sketched out boldly by the beat. Every now and again we have the unsettling experience that a question we’ve been asking has already been answered. The decision looming on the horizon is already made; the fork in the road is illuminated with a bright red “go here” arrow. And yet it feels like the tether to our mooring has come inexplicably undone. We check our heart.... and what we find is that the drama is over, the extremes are missing, the pain has softened and we are beginning to breathe again. The fallout might be emptiness, but in that emptiness we are left with the feeling that nothing is wrong. And we know. It is over. It is time to pack up the emotional baggage and be done. Move on. In the absence of suffering comes the quiet answer to our question…