A man dancing on a thatched roof got a shock when the broom he was dancing with got a little too close to a live powerline.
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The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge raises money for a good cause, but the videos are the best part. Check out the funniest fail moments for this charity campaign.
Her phrase of, “Let’s test the caulk and remove the caulk” undermines the seriousness of the issue with the hilarity of the phrase.
David Grohl took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to a new level. He parodied his ice bucket dumping to the famous Stephen King “Carrie” pig blood bucket scene.
A beluga whale at the Mystic Aquarium in Connecticut apparently hates children, & there’s video proof. As 2 boys approach the glass, the whale attacks.
77-year-old John McCain not only did the robot, but went full cyborg at a party in the Hamptons. The senator got onstage at a benefit emceed by Jamie Foxx.
Miss Texas, AKA Monique Evans, was picked to throw the first pitch for an Angels-Rangers game. She took her opportunity on the baseball field to do ballet.
Comedian Amy Schumer got in on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge fun. But instead of water, she poured some sort of chunky, soup liquid from a can over her head.
Film director Michael Bay is known for big explosions and loud sounds, so what would have happened if he had been put in charge of the Disney movie UP?
Apple CEO Tim Cook has accepted the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Emily Bullinger is a stand-up comedian whose set includes riffs about fundamentalist Christians, rape, sex, & the anti-Christ. See how not funny it all is here.
Guardian of Galaxy‘s Star Lord got in on the ALS challenge, but with alcohol instead. Unfortunately, his wife Anna Faris got him soaking wet, anyway.
Calen Morelli, a street illusionist, walked up to a police officer with a bag of weed & offered to sell it to him. The policeman reacted to his magic trick.
This GameStop employee is chatting with 2 customers, discussing the details about his service in the Marines. Little does he know he’s talking to real Marines.
What happens when you mix famed mystery detective “Columbo” with Discovery Channel’s Shark Week? You get a weird crime drama brought to you by Funny or Die.
Noah Ritter, or the “Apparently” Kid, flew to viral stardom when he was interviewed at a Pennsylvania county fair.