Atlanta Falcons safety Thomas DeCoud is clearly a fan of the movie 'Super Troopers.' In the cult comedy, one of the chemically-altered cops wins a bet by managing to say the word "meow" ten times while writing up a motorist for a moving violation.
During an interview with ESPN, DeCould tops that by meowing 14 times. SportsCenter anchor Bram Weinstein either has no idea what is going on or is the best straight-man ever.
We never get tired of watching families reunite after long tours of duty in the military. Watch what happens when this Marine returns from Afghanistan and surprises his little brother with a public reunion in front of his B-ball buddies.
If you haven't seen 'Toy Story 3,' you should probably stop reading and not watch this video. But if you have, you would know that at the end of the movie Buzz Lightyear and friends face certain death via fiery incinerator, only to be saved at the last moment by a giant claw.
Some pranksters decided to have fun with the movie's ending and the target of the prank was their poor unsuspecting mother.
There is a consensus developing that if NFL commissioner Roger Goodell doesn't bring back the striking referees soon, folks are going to stop watching football because the replacement refs have been so stunningly horrible. However, we're pretty sure this isn't true. In fact, the awfulness of the scab refs has now become part what makes the NFL so entertaining. (Granted, Green Bay fans or anybody who bet on the Packers Monday night would probably disagree.)
The new Cone Crust Pizza from Pizza Hut-- with a crust made of 12 calzone-like cones stuffed with either cream cheese, honey mustard chicken, or both -- really is the perfect dish to push the US obesity rate over the illusive 75% mark. But, alas, it's only available in the Middle East.
Tammy Cooper and her husband moved to their house on a cul-de-sac in a quiet La Porte, Texas neighborhood so they would have a safe place for their nine and six-year-old children to grow up.
And Cooper thought she was reaping the benefits of her suburban lifestyle as she sat on her lawn and watched her children play on their scooters. But this tranquility was interrupted when a police car pulled in front of her home and the officer approached her. Cooper asked him what he was here for. "We're here for you," he responded.
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