This is one of those videos where some will think it's scripted and others will think it's genuine.
Cate Blanchett was interviewed about her new movie, Cinderella, and seemed to be offended by the quality of the interviewer's questions.
There's nothing inherently interesting about a high school track and field meet.
No offense, but running around a track is just kind of boring. And most of the people competing in the track meet would probably agree. This is not to say it's not impressive; it's just boring.
So the fact that we are posting a video from a high school track meet means something much more interesting than the even
Watching gymnastics has always been fun for me, especially during the Olympics. They make flipping around on bars seem completely effortless. Before you make it to the Olympics, though, you might not be as stable on the uneven bars.
Have you ever said something, maybe asked someone a question, only to realize later that it may have sounded a little different than you intended?
That certainly happened to the co-anchors on Channel Nine's Today morning show in Australia.
Remember a few weeks ago when Tom Lewis accidentally broke his golf club, nearly castrating himself in the process?
Of course not because a golfer throwing a tantrum is about as rare as the sun rising.
Here's another example of how golf turns grown men into fussy little toddlers.