There are some professions men are just going to get poked fun at for even attempting. Besides nursing, it’s men trying to be professional cheerleaders. But you got give it to some men who despite knowing what they’re up against, are adamant about making it. Like this awesome guy, who quite possibly became the first male tryout for the Denver Broncos cheerleading squad.
For the uninitiated, ‘The Elements’ is a song written in 1959 by musical humorist and mathematician Tom Lehrer, which recites the names of all the chemical elements on the periodic table. Actor Daniel Radcliffefamously sang it on a British chat show and helped introduce the song to a new generation. One such fan is three-year-old Rose, who first attempted to sing the catchy tune when she was just two.
Yes, Betty Whiteis on Twitter. Everyone’s favorite 90-year-old has finally graced us with her presence on social media by joining Twitter with her own verified account. Given her popularity, it didn’t take White long to accumulate over 90,000 followers in just a matter of hours. So what did White send out as her first tweet?
With ‘The Hunger Games‘ set to hit theaters this week, Next Movie decided to give the movie’s characters a makeover every popular (or soon to be) character needs in order to say they have “made it big” in showbiz. Why, their own ‘Simpsons‘ character of course! Check out what Katniss, Peeta and the gang would look like as residents of Springfield below.
It was the largest gathering of humans dressed in green suits anywhere. (Well, outside of St. Patrick’s Day, that is.) 836 men, women and children displayed “Turtle power” at Minnesota’s Mall of America when they set a new record for the largest gathering of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fans, beating the previous record of 786 set at Rutgers University in 2008. We like to imagine all 836 fans shouted “Cowabunga!” after the folks at the Guinness World Records gave them the news.
Ever wanted to be the ruler of your own town? Well, here’s your chance. The small (and we mean small) town of Buford, Wyoming, has a population of just one. And that one resident has now decided it’s time for him to move out and put the town up for sale. Don Sammons, who moved to Buford over 20 years ago, is auctioning the 10-acre town at a starting bid of $100,000.
The internet’s favorite astrophysicist, Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson, was asked by a reader of TIME magazine what the most astounding fact he could share was. Tyson’s profound answer has now been made even more breathtaking thanks to a fan-made video.
Nature’s force is at times awe-inspiring, but often downright scary. A woman in West Liberty, Kentucky experienced this first hand when she captured footage of a huge tornado heading towards her direction.
Considering how often new world records are set these days, people are now trying to find the most obscure of challenges to get some attention. It worked for New Orleans recently, when 850 people volunteered to break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of people taking part in human dominoes.
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