This video isnt so horrific, it just made me laugh. Its not so much the failed handspring that is the heart of the humor here, its that the poor person in the mascot outfit tried to recover from the failed handspring by just keepin’ on dancin’.
Apparently they didn’t realize how hurt they were and they just collapse in a heap on the stage after a failed attempt at “dancing it off”.
Just makes me think that when the kid in that outfit was handed the eagle costume (obviously by the wise old man who was the mascot before he just got too old to prance around on stage) he was told that the number one rule of being a mascot was “JUST KEEP DANCIN! NEVER LET EM SEE YOU NOT DANCIN’!”
Rafael Nadal lost in straight sets to some guy I’ve never heard of at the Australian Open earlier today. He supposedly injured himself early in the match. All lies. He hurt himself laughing at this clown’s streaking fail last night.
I’ve done this twice (clothed). Both times face first into a screen door. I was delivering beer one of those times but didn’t spill a drop even though I fell down. Who’s a winner? This guy.
Some say imitation is the most sincere form of flattery. There’s no better way to show respect for Philadelphia Eagles fans than booing Santa, pelting opposing players and fans with snowballs and cheering career/life-threatening injuries.
A Jupiler League game in Belgium turned into a tribute to Eagles fans when the teams were forced to retreat to their locker rooms after the visiting side was pelted with snowballs. Anderlecht was playing away at Club Brugge when two players were bombarded by snowballs every time they tried to take a corner.
The game resumed and ended with Anderlecht winning 2-0. However the fun didn’t stop there. Jonathan Legear, one of the players pelted earlier, celebrated by throwing snowballs at the away section. Here’s what happened next.
Apparently the steward is a Club Brugge fan.
If the Belgians want to see how it’s done, they should take a trip to 2009 on YouTube and learn from the masters.
It’s not a love of Campbell’s Soup or the ability to do the triple lindy on command.
Insult was added to injury when the Islanders visited several Long Island hospitals last Tuesday. They can barely buy a win and their fans have had all they can stands and they can’t stands no more.
“We were visiting sick kids and giving them gifts,” defenseman James Wisniewski said, “and one of the nurses there was really pretty rude to me, Doug Weight and Andy MacDonald. She’s a season-ticket holder and saying, ‘Nobody wants to go to your games; you’ve been giving tickets away for free.’
“It was kind of like, with that first comment, it’s, ‘Whoa.’ And then the second and third, it’s to the point where we kind of had to walk away.”
Rodney Dangerfield and Donovan McNabb feel their pain. Maybe the Islanders can form a “No respect” support group with McNabb and Pauly Shore.