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Peace Sign Commitment Level: Asian

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Posted September 28, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Peace Sign Commitment Level: Asian

"Yeah, I'm laying here bleeding in this car wreck, trapped against this tree inside the mangled remains of what used to be my car. And yeah, I'm likely to be critically injured with broken bones and internal bleeding with possible brain trauma.

However, I'm an Asian girl and someone is taking my picture. -- Case closed."

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Guy Chained To Roller Coaster Rail

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Posted September 27, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

American escape artist, Dean Gunnarson chained himself to this roller-coaster rail in Guangdong, China, with only a minute before a car is launched, giving him only a few short seconds between achieving glory and ending up a red stain that will need to be hosed off the rail.

Witness this split-second escape and revel in this guy's utter insanity.

Pig Jumps Out Of Moving Car

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Posted September 26, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

"You can keep your stupid little toe-counting games to yourself. This little piggy is NOT going to market.

If I have to live the life of a fugitive, then so be it. If I decide to give it all up and choose to end up a greasy, sizzling pile of bacon on your breakfast table, then it will be on MY terms."

Woman Runs Into Her Own Car Door

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Posted September 26, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

"Like, what happened? I hit the brakes and the car stopped moving, but, like when I got out because I got distracted by some shiny thing on the road, it totally moved on its own.

Then when I tried to go catch it, the car totally slapped me. Isn't that, like...domestic automotive abuse or something? Can I sue the car company for that?"

Timber Truck Rolls Over In Traffic

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Posted September 26, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

With one carelessly-overshot turn from this timber truck, a sleepy commute waiting to get through this Ukraine intersection suddenly turns into a terrestrial logrolling competition.

However, almost with Jedi-like clairvoyance and reflexes, the driver of the red car managed read the writing on the wall as the crash was happening and got out the way, leaving the rest of the traffic to regret that their cars can't jump.

Car Flipped By Downed Trolley Wire

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Posted September 24, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Imagine it's just another beautiful day in Russia (just work with me, here,) driving along peacefully through some light traffic, Russian hip-hop blasting on your stereo, when suddenly your car gets snagged on some wire and reeled up like a fish on a hook and flipped on its back.

Well, that's the unfortunate fate that befell this hapless commuter who appears to be the victim of either serious negligence or the public transit authority's latest campaign to scare car riders into taking the trains.

Homer Simpson Tree

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Posted September 21, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

When driving by this tree, you'll just need to be careful that your car doesn't look too much like doughnuts, or anything remotely doughnut-related.

The last thing you want is a giant tree trying to swallow you whole, while reaching for a giant can of Duff beer to wash you down.

Of course, if it does make a move, just swerve to avoid it, lest your ears pop from the loud "doh!" noise it'll make if you hit it.

This Laptop Is A Real Page-Turner

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Posted September 20, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

This Laptop Is A Real Page-Turner

"What am I reading? Well, it's a fascinating tale chronicling the life of a "p" key and its struggles living underneath the oppression of all those other letter keys.

...Honestly, I'm not just standing here pretending to read in an effort to avoid awkward eye contact in this tight subway car or anything."

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Portable Nest Hauls Away

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Posted September 20, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

In Russia, the hauling of giant bird's nests have become big business.

However, this guy is using a method that's crude and extremely dangerous since the windshield is far too obscured.

Usually, the nest is more secure stacked on the front hood of the car, opening up the rear, allowing the driver to look behind and guess what's coming ahead on the road based on shadows and drunken ESP.

It's Probably A Long Story...

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Posted September 14, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

It's Probably A Long Story...

This seems to be the end result of a long day involving a prom tuxedo in need of a quick fix that entailed car-jacking a UPS truck, a high speed chase, and an epic water crash.

However, in the end, it looks like this kid's plight fell on sympathetic ears as he got what he needed and no charges were pressed.

For the pedestrians who happened to be in the way, the experience was not so serendipitous.

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