With their ridiculous orgasmic-like moans and the statutory hair flip, women’s shampoo ads are always a little ridiculous. Those ads are probably the best example of how over-the-top gender marketing has become.
This Brazilian takes all those little quirks typically found in ads geared towards women and uses them for Dove’s line of shampoo for men. Watch as this guy with luscious Fabio-worthy locks hair flips in slow-motion which is sure to make anyone jealous — be it man or woman. Too bad he doesn’t think it’s a good thing and rushes home to wash his hair with some manly shampoo. We really wouldn’t mind watching the guys flip their hair now and then if it meant some obligatory slow motion and wind machines.
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Wingsuit jumping is when a diver has flaps below their arms and between their legs, enabling them to essentially “fly.” This is definitely another don’t try this at home. However, Ludovic Woerth & Jokke Sommer did. Watch the pair wingsuit flying into Rio de Janeiro without the permission of the city. According to the description, the two tried the stunt early in the morning before the first airplane of the day.
How are they multitasking trying to not pee from fear and recording their experience. I would only be able to do one at a time.
I understand that we must preserve the delicate balance of nature to the best of our abilities. I also know that we can’t go off and start killing everything we don’t like because everything has a role to play in our ecosystem. Unfortunately for us, this includes spiders. While I try my very best to capture those lurking around my home, I still am a little upset that they just can’t seem to stay outside. Basically, here are five places where spiders shouldn’t be:
1. In Oreos (I really hope that this is fake)
2. In Phones
3. Invading towns and making nests on telephone poles Read more…
Just when you thought the ghost elevator prank was the creepiest gag you’ve ever seen, the same folk’s from Brazil’s Silvio Santos Program are at it again. And this time, you might just even pee your pants with horror (or laughter, if you’re really into dark stuff).
Rigging an elevator once again, this prank features a coffin and a man posing as a corpse inside of the box. Scaring the living daylights out of random strangers riding inside the moving cart, this trick seems more cruel than funny.
That being said, this is rather unrealistic because I’ve never seen anyone carry a casket like that before. But if by chance this ever happens to me in real life, CONSIDER ME OUT OF THAT ELEVATOR IMMEDIATELY.
I don’t care if I’ll be late for an appointment. There’s no way I’m sharing an elevator with a coffin!!!
Not entirely sure if she’s still relevant, but Paris Hilton made her debut as a DJ this weekend in Sao Paulo, Brazil for the Pop Music Festival.
Donning sequin headphones, fingerless black gloves and diamante suspenders with an embellished satin corset, she also debuted her new song Last Night at the start of her set.
While I’m not entirely sure how I feel about a Djing Paris Hilton (I still think it’s weird), it looks like she had a fun time as she later tweeted:
“Wow! What an incredible night! So happy you all loved my set! Loved watching you all smile & dance! One of the best night’s of my life!”
HMM. If you’re still as confused as I am about this news, here’s video proof of her Dj-ing in front of a HUGE crowd.
Taking part in a mile-long fun run in Brazil on Saturday, Prince Harry goofily wore a mask of his brother Prince William.
Given to him by another runner among a group who decided they would put on masks of the royal family, the younger prince decided to don his brother’s face during the six-minute run.
Harry, 27, is in Brazil to highlight British interests and support his charitable causes. ’
It’s nice to see Harry poke fun at his brother in such a cute way. But I’d much rather like to look at Harry’s face (*wink*)!
Fontana initially appeared on a Brazilian talent show called Qual e o Seu Talento. The 8-year-old became a national sensation with her amazing performance back in 2010.
Now her videos are spreading all over YouTube, and she is becoming an international phenomenon. As you can see below, its clear why.
Guns N’ Roses fans are certainly a dedicated bunch and they don’t like to be disappointed. Axl Rose and his crew cancelled a show in Sao Paula, Brazil on Saturday (March 13) which resulted in a riot, according to chartattack.com.
The crowd apparently waited until 3am but were then told GNR would not be performing according to the New York Post.
“The audience got angry and started to mount the stage, and fight and destroy everything,” a witness told the newspaper. “It was wild. There were fights everywhere, on the dance floor, in the bathrooms, outside the club. Crazy. I guess the free drinks didn’t help.”
So why was the show cancelled? Apparently on Saturday someone in the audience tried to bottle Axl. This understandably infuriated the singer and he called the show to a halt.