“Everyone wanted to get out of the car because they were afraid of the turkey,” said John Tarabocchia, dispelling any uncertainty about the scariest part of a driving a very fast car into a flying turkey. Not the blunt surprise of impact, or even the minor cuts the family suffered from flying windshield shards—just…
Right in the middle of a dang bike race!
There’s not much I can give in the way of context for this video. The excited announcer is commentating in Italian, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the race was in Italy. There are no races worth filming happening in Italy right now, and also it’s winter, so this grainy footage is probably old.
The consensus is that 2016 was a bad year, and like every single other year, a lot of animals died. Unlike every other year, we went crazier over these animal deaths than we’ve ever gone.
Deer vehicle collisions kill about 200 people every year, and more deer collisions happen in the fall than any other time of year. If you live in deer country, this advice might save you some trouble.
There’s an awful lot of Serious Business happening in America right now. I’m pretty sick of it. Let’s take a moment to ignore the news and the polls and the leaks and focus on something that actually matters: what animals would be what-wheel-drive?
Ellen Sager of Howell, New Jersey was headed home when she struck a deer with her SUV. After pulling over to check on the animal, the wild beast charged at her, attacking Sager in the driver’s seat and reminding me of that time I installed a really weird mod pack in Grand Theft Auto.
A Kiwi man decided to celebrate his 81st birthday by hopping the fence of a bull pin to save his Ford Ranger “ute” from Rex, the raging bull.
I don’t know, man. Don’t ask me why the chicken is wearing blue pants. Don’t ask me where the chicken even got his blue pants. Just enjoy the silly inanity of a chicken running around the yard like a total goofball while wearing blue pants. I don’t know if the chicken likes wearing his blue pants but I know the…
These folks came to Quebec to see a whale, and everything went exactly to plan.
This is a horse-drawn carriage. Are the people in charge of the horse? Is the horse in charge of the people? No. It is the dog.
When bees swarm, a natural process when looking for a place to set up a new colony, they have the tendency to pick some strange locations as a temporary home. Case in point, this truck just chilling near a hotel in downtown Winnipeg.
One thing’s for certain here: World Rally Championship co-driver Simone Scattolin’s balls are miraculously even larger than whatever kind of giant mutant bee he’s swatting at with his notes.
A man in Islamabad, Pakistan allegedly tried smuggling two cows in his little sedan, the Daily Pakistan reports. Yes, someone fit not one but two cows in a small car. I’ve got to admit that I’m impressed.
The infamous Swedish Moose Test can make or break sales in certain parts of the world. It aims to re-create what could happen if a moose suddenly appeared in your path, and you needed to make an emergency maneuver. We’ve already seen this sort of thing once before, but in case you missed it the first time, here’s…
Look at this dog. Just sitting in a car. Living life. Being the best dog he can be. Wind in his face. Wind is his face.
Boston Dynamics, better known for the hulking robot brute known as ATLAS, has just revealed a considerably smaller creation that looks like a cross between a golden retriever and a baby giraffe. But forget about it just replacing your family pet: SpotMini looks like it can replace your housecleaner too.
I like to imagine this bear thinks it’s opening the office refrigerator. “Leftover dad, eh. Mmm, hey, anybody’s name on those screaming kids in the back?”
You love your car? You can’t help but pose in front of it? This praying mantis knows how you feel.