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Anywho, I dislike these videos where things go horribly wrong and the recorder`s first instinct is to turn the camera away or cover the lens with their hand. Have some professionalism, ye amateur cameramen/women! Think of the victims. When (if they survive) they`re recovering in their respective hospital beds, most likely in traction, what better way to cheer them up than showing them third person view of their downfall? How will they brag about their darwinistic brush of death to hot chicks in the future, promising video proof, if said video ends with a 30 second close-up of someones sweaty palm and barely audible strings of curses?
Just think about it people. If you`re going to videotape your friend jumping off a roof on a pogo stick into a pool full of jello, make damn sure you have the balls to film it right down to the gruesome, concussing end.
im so evil ^-^
i wanted to see the aftermath >:
[Brief moment of silence][Tire`s screech][Crash]"....yah.."
I feel sorry for the person that owns the car that the bike and/or he ran into.
I always tell myself I shouldn`t watch these, and then click that tempting little whore of a play button anyway...
i kinda know a lot about the american motorcycle thing...
On another note "Standing on Motorcycle Stunt Goes Wrong" is like saying "Stunt Involving Testicles and Vice Goes Wrong", it just /explains/ itself.
Reminds me of the time I saw a noob motorcyclist at an intersection. He put too much power into it after a stop and flipped the thing over. It was funny, mostly because he was unhurt, kicking bits of his bike (which was totaled) into oncoming traffic, and basically trying to wreck the thing even more. I suspect he was trying to break it down so it would be easier to carry on the bus.