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A contestant on 'Wheel of Fortune' should have offered the obvious correct answer, but instead went with something incredibly wrong.
A judge in Brevard County was fed up with the Assistant Public Defender, so they took it outside and provided us with a hilarious video.
This tourism video for Ames, Iowa is going to make people want to visit just to see if everyone there is this unintentionally funny.
A collegiate league team's stadium in Michigan is about to be the home of a ridiculous hamburger that uses Eggo waffles as buns.
After a local news story exposed the hardships faced by Boise State RB Antoine Turner, the NCAA allowed the school to assist him now.
Naomi might be the best of the women featured on E!'s 'Total Divas,' but her music video debut is something for a blooper reel.
Stevie Franchise is having a grand old time.
After a dead sperm whale showed up on a beach in Newfoundland, the people are doing anything they can to get rid of its stinking corpse.
Let's take a look at a future leader of America BEEZ out with some Burt's Bees on his eyelids.
Let's all offer our condolences to poor Rachel, who became the latest 'Wheel of Fortune' contestant to make a bonehead mistake.
Patrice Wilson is finally focusing on his own music career as one-half of Pato and Richie Main in the video for 'Face Time.'
Ryan Beitz has made it his life's goal to own every VHS copy of the 1994 action movie 'Speed' that was ever made. Why? Why not?
A lot of people think that Avril Lavigne's new music video for 'Hello Kitty' is racist, and her response was everything you'd expect.
Students at Trinidad State Junior College in Colorado were probably pretty surprised to see a llama running around campus.
A comedy troupe from UF made a 'Royals' parody that makes fun of FSU for being proud of a BCS Championship.
Nebraska's Spring Game was highlighted by the return of Jack Hoffman and Huskers coach Bo Pelini carrying around his cat.
"N*ggas shot up my car, walk away like Benzino"
Science found cures for polio, smallpox and tuberculosis. Now science is growing vaginas.