Just call this bird Neo. Hanging out on the track at the Monaco Grand Prix like a sitting duck, this pigeon barely misses getting clipped by a hard-charging F1 race car. Roll the super slow-mo camera and we see just how amazing the bird's reflexes are. It never even touches the ground. Top that, Keanu!
With the South Carolina state championship on the line, Lexington High goalie Jacob Parton had to make a big save to keep his team alive. And he did! But then...he didn't. Check out the video to see how.
Last weekend after the final match of the season for English soccer giants Chelsea, the team held a post-game ceremony at midfield at Stamford Bridge. A toddler who was supposed to be in the ceremony broke away from the crowd with a ball, dribbled down the field, and kicked it in the goal. And the crowd went nuts for him. Then he turned around and raised his fists in the air, and everyone lost it.
Alexis Normand is Canadian, so the "Star-Spangled Banner" isn't her national anthem. But if you're not sure about the lyrics before you perform it at a major event, write them down. Beats MAKING THEM UP AS YOU GO!
One of the most famous scenes in "Anchorman" is when Ron Burgundy reads EXACTLY what Veronica Corningstone put on his teleprompter script and curses out San Diego. Does this happen to anchors in real life? Oh, yeah!
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