What's a volleyball double kill, you say.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Here are some great jokes about this video of a shifty series of events at a women's college soccer match, assuming you are a total asshole: 1.
Here's an NFL ref taking a slow, harmless lob of a football to the face from Washington Redskins tight end Logan Paulsen and selling it like someone had just shot him in the face.
Last Friday night, 9-0 Placer high school of Auburn, California defeated 4-5 Colfax 24-7 in a much-hyped revenge game, and that’s fun because, Yay sports.
The unexpected theme of the week at With Leather has been "soccer is a bad idea and hurts everyone".
Even the Buffalo Bills ballboy fails spectacularly.
Cincinnati hosted Pitt on Thursday night, and while a 34-10 Panthers loss may seem like the biggest fail of the evening, it's got stiff competition from a Bearcats trumpet player.
Tennessee baserunner Lauren Gibson does her best "I'M THE JUGGERNAUT, BITCH" impression against Oregon.
Back in 2010, we were introduced to <a href="http://withleather.uproxx.com/2010/08/who-says-chivalrys-dead-in-houston">a young couple at a Houston Astros game</a>, as they became instant Internet celebrities thanks to every sports blog on the planet and eventually Daniel Tosh.
<a href="http://s977.photobucket.com/albums/ae252/AshleyBurns1979/?action=view¤t=Artest.gif" target="_blank"> Last year, after changing his name to Metta World Peace, the Artest formerly known as Ron set out to openly prove that he’s a good person with a kind heart. For example, on September 21, 2011, World Peace donated more than $285,000 to mental health charities after he sold his NBA Championship ring. It seemed as if he was changing for the better, ever since, you know, that whole thing in Detroit. But I’m sure the better majority of us still had a thought all the way in the back of our brains – “When’s this dude going to lose his sh*t again and try to kill someone?” And all it took was a downward spiral in his personal play this season for World Peace to get overly excited about a dunk and try to decapitate an opponent like he did yesterday against James Harden and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Artest – because who can even call him World Peace now without laughing harder than before? – was ejected from the Lakers’ 114-106 double overtime victory over the Thunder just before the end of the first half after he viciously elbowed Harden in the side of the head, but before we get all preachy, just know that the elbow – that you can watch over and over and over above – <a href="https://twitter.com/#!/MettaWorldPeace">was an accident, okay</a>.
Basketball can be a divisive game, but from <a href="http://network.yardbarker.com/nba/article_external/fan_sitting_front_row_at_nets_game_hit_in_head_by_ball_while_texting_video/10591819?linksrc=home_backyard_image_10591819" target="_blank">Larry Brown Sports</a> comes a story we can all enjoy -- a guy spends thousands of dollars on front row seats to Wednesdays Knicks/Nets game in New Jersey, decides he'd rather text than pay attention to what's happening on the court and catches a Tyson Chandler pass to the face.
Sometimes it's reassuring to watch a 6-foot-11, first-round draft pick power forward with ten years of experience get hit in the face with a basketball because he isn't paying attention.
Watching Huntington Beach, California, little league pitcher Braydon Salzman get cranked in the face by a *PINK* sound effect and a line-drive is not funny.
Last week it was reported that eventual free agent running back Cedric Benson was arrested for beating up his roommate, Clavens Charles, after an argument on the street.
On Saturday, Dutch cyclist Laurens ten Dam became the latest Tour de France rider to earn semi-household name status for crashing, after he took a face-first dive in Stage 14 and finished the day's effort with a mangled grill.
Since CBS's "Live to Dance" premieres tonight, I was originally going to save the video below for tonight's listings.
<a href="http://www.gifsoup.com/view/1181768/watermelon-to-the-face.html" target="_blank"> "The Amazing Race" debuted on Sunday, and it featured the <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2010/09/in-the-faaaaaaaace" target="_self">glorious clip</a> of Home Shopping Television host Claire Champlin misfiring a watermelon directly into her face.
This isn't exactly run-of-the-mill bike stunt failure.