R.I.P. Ryan Dunn: The Official Dickhouse Video

Submitted by: fancylad 5 years ago Funny

The Jackass crew put together a Best Of comp of Ryan. Let"s forget about how bad he F"ed up and remember the good times.
There are 80 comments:
Male 6
Look I`m not saying that drinking and driving is right but his buddy knew that he had been drinking and still got in the car. So in my book you can throw the whole murder thing out the window.
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Male 14
Calm down. It`s natural selection. Dumb people die. End of story.
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Male 24
Yes, it sucks he died. I`m sure his family and friends are missing him very much, along with the passenger he was with. I don`t think anyone deserves to die, regardless of their actions.

However, I`m getting pissed at how lightly people are forgetting about what he did. Would the reaction be the same he had hit another car carrying a family? A mother and father driving home to see their kids? A kid driving home to see his parents? An elderly couple enjoying a night out?

Really, his actions are deplorable and unforgivable. He was selfish, ignorant and lost his own life while taking another with him. With that, the blame and responsibility, or lack thereof, lie solely on him now and it`s unfortunate he`s not here to see the results of his actions.

If his Jackass `family` had anything in them, they would use this as en example to inform other people about the dangers of driving under the influence.
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Male 3,285
Love the title, "lets forget how bad he f`ed up" Umm no. Somehow i dont think his passengers family will forget that their relative was basically murdered and died screaming while he burned alive.
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Female 337
At least he seems to be always happy.
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Male 14
Hi! Im Ryan Dunn and this is the flaming pourche barrel roll. He`s laughing where ever he is now
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Male 46
@EntrE

Because surviving and dying are basically the same thing, and should be treated with the same tact and in the same manner.

The man payed for his mistake with his life and the life of one of his friends, how much more does he have to pay?
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Male 14,778
RIP Zachary Hartwell, whose only mistake was trusting his life to Ryan Dunn.
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Female 4,358
rip ryan.
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Male 25,416
Somehow i have a strong feeling that once they hype dies down and people move on, that hes death will be used as an example of drink driving
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Male 552
@ EntrE

Oh just shut the fcuk up. There`s a time and place for bashing decision making.
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Male 197
@tedgp

That was why I said mistake and not accident. He made a choice which was not a good one and got himself and his passenger killed... that would be a mistake.

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Male 358
@tedgp

Yes, I`m sure he deliberately crashed his car. He surely wanted to kill himself and his friend. Did he know he was drunk and still get behind the wheel? Yes. Was that an extremely irresponsible and stupid decision? Yes. But that doesn`t mean that he at all wanted any of this to happen. Neither did any of his friends or family, who would probably beat the poo out of you it they heard you talking like a heartless mean person.

@RobSwindol

I`d say yes. He entertained millions with his jackassery and a couple weeks before he died he appeared on a game show and won $50,000 (if I remember correctly) for charity.
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Male 535
i`m not just going to forget about this! people would be much harder on Dunn if he survived and only his friend died. nobody would have any sympathy for him then!
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Male 2,514
"One wrongdoing doesn`t erase all value from a person"

The question is, did he have any value to begin with?
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Male 3,894
You people are vindictive armchair warriors.

One wrongdoing doesn`t erase all value from a person. I don`t care how he died--it`s sad, it`s tragic that it had to happen that way, that he and his friend made such a bad decision...

but it doesn`t change who he was or what he did before that.

End of story.

If you disagree, you`re wrong.
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Male 3,285
shock-n-awe
Male, 18-29, Canada
174 Posts Saturday, July 2, 2011 7:49:27 AM
I don`t understand people having such a hate on for Ryan Dunn. He made a bad choice with catastrophic consequences but one moment should not and does not dictate a life lived. Could it have been avoided? Absolutely. But how he died made him no worse a friend to those who knew him.


It was not a "mistake" He got drunk, deliberately went into a car, deliberately drove over 1000 mph while heavily drunk, crashed his car and murdered his friend in a fireball. That is not a mistake. He deserves no respect.
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Male 209
@mulan182 - Chris Farley didn`t kill someone else when he od`d, just himself, big difference! So yea, f*ck him...
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Male 209
@Briandarf - I have never texted while driving, hell I can barely text as it is, but if I need to get a hole of someone I use my voice-activated handsfree. He drank, he drove, he died and killed another, good riddance...
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Male 209
I feel sorry for his family and the family of the person he killed, however I do not feel any way sorry for him or what he did. He was an non-nice individual who took another life driving drunk. Glad another drunk driver is off the road forever...
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Male 197
I don`t understand people having such a hate on for Ryan Dunn. He made a bad choice with catastrophic consequences but one moment should not and does not dictate a life lived. Could it have been avoided? Absolutely. But how he died made him no worse a friend to those who knew him.
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Male 2,893
He lived, and died.........
being a Jackass.
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Male 2,790
eh, too long and boring
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Male 3,285
Stop posting this garbage. he may have entertained you with dumb as poo antics when he was alive, but lets not forget he got drunk, drove a car in excess of 100 mph, killed himself and murdered his friend in a fireball.
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Male 153
For every Douce-bag that thinks `he deserved it`- Youre going to hell.- You`re texting and talking on the phone while driving. Quit being hypocritical and realise there is NO difference!!!!! Texting is actually 5x worse than driving drunk. It is absolute stupidity when people show moral ambiguity.
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Male 146
Why forget how bad he drated up? Too bad it wasn`t video taped like his TV crap. His death and the vehicular murder of his buddy could have been a force for something good. What a Jackass.
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Male 306
Thinking is complicated when drunk, everyone of you could drive when drunk, the circumstances have to be correct. But yeah, stupid thing to do. At least his death might save another life.

Is he in heaven or hell now?
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Male 5,413
:( R.I.P
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Male 49
Peace out bro thanks for the good times.

But who gets the nitro limo!!!!!!
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Male 694
This is oddly sweet.
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Male 330
RIP brother
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Female 1,101
@maddux32

Your scenario is wildly incorrect sir. First off, I`m not really keen on the idea of having children. Secondly, if I did decide to have a child they would know that they could call me for a ride without consequence. I`ve always had that option and yes I did use it once. Not a big deal. My parents seemed to think it was quite humerus actually. Now if I had driven home drunk they would not have found that humerus at all. They probably would have taken my car, my privileges, and possibly my mother would have beat me.

Also I never said that I haven`t made a mistake that effected the welfare of others. I said that I have never done anything that I knew would put someone else`s life in danger. Anywho I`m done on this tread, I think I`ve heard enough about my possible future for the night and I`m really not trying to harsh on anyone paying their condolences. Just saying that I don`t feel sorry for a drunk driver who decided to risk killing himself and did. Night!
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Male 1,920
"People are so heartless"

Guess that`s why they drink and drive.

Watch this and tell me about how what he did was just a mistake
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Male 99
I just see a drunk masochist with a sense of humor.
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Male 4,902
Sh*t happens
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Male 2,005
come on people! lets remember him for who he was not how he died
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Male 926
@NotTHATbored

I don`t drink, smoke, drive drunk or chemically altered. But I won`t sit here and say that never in my life have I made a mistake that has affected the welfare of others. If that is you....cool. Weirdly, I`d feel safer with someone who lives in reality. Either way, one day you`re going to have kids, kids who are old enough to do stupid things who will be unable to live up to the unreasonable and unrealistic demands you place on their lives. They will disappoint you greatly and because of the rigidity of your hypocrisy, will turn to alcohol to feel some modicum of comfort from the judgment being projected upon him. In his attempt he will drive intoxicated, threatening the lives of others as well as his own, possibly with fatal consequences. And it will all stem from the perfect image you developed of a non-existent subset of perfect people.

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Male 1,832
people are so heartless.

I grew up watching Jackass and cKy. Dunn was awesome and he will be missed.
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Male 12,138
Meh, I`m gonna ignore all the hate. Ryan Dunn was awesome. His death raised the profile of the dangers of drunk driving, and I`m sure some lives will be saved just from videos like this. He was massively entertaining, and now some people will take a taxi home tonight instead of drunk driving. He paid the ultimate price for his idiocy, which might save a few others.

If that`s his legacy, then let him rest.
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Female 305
when chris farley died of an overdose, everyone was all "nomg! we love you chris!" but when ryan died of drunken driving, it`s all "meh, f*ck him."
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Male 802
Love all the great comments from people who have never lost a loved one to a fudgein drunk driver. If his death could help raise awareness it would be far greater than any of the silly poo he did in life.
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Female 167
Who cares, he was a drunk driver. The world is better off without him.
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Female 1,101
@maddux32 Actually, yes there does exist a subset of society that is responsible and has never endangered the lives of others. I call them friends. We`re the subset with brains.

We get rides home when we`re trashed and wear condoms when we have sex. ALWAYS. We`re good people.
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Male 2,513
Ryan Dunn, you will be missed brother man. Thought he was just one of the nicest and most chill person since cky.
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Male 7,602
okay people, he drank and drive and caused his own death. people can still be sad about it. say your grandparent smoked their whole life and died of cancer caused by their smoking, wouldnt you be sad. They did something stupid that caused their own death but nobody would fault you for being sad about it.
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Male 926
@evilmonkey

It`s cool that you want to pretend there exists this subset of society who has never made mistakes in their life, never endangered the lives of others, and never had to grow from anything. I applaud your perfection. Count me in with those weak individuals who have made mistakes.

Also....you`re full of poo too. Judging from your comments, if you`ve never driven drunk or done anything of that nature, you have at least endangered the lives of your friends bailing you out of an inevitable beating because you offended another with your perfection.
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Male 3,894
This made me sad.

Everybody shut up. It doesn`t matter how he died or whether he made a bad decision. He`s dead. Using it as fodder for an internet-argument is pathetic, as are you.

...he might not have lived long, but he did more living in his time on earth than most of us can put into an entire lifetime. Who can say they did half the sh*t or took even a quarter of the risks that he did? Nobody here, that`s for sure. We`re too afraid for our precious bodies to go and fling them off of a ramp and into a tree.

It`s sad that he`s gone, and amazing that he didn`t die doing a stunt.
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Female 6
People need to remember that the other guy who got into the car with him was drunk as well, and he made the decision to get in the car with Dunn. People shouldn`t make Dunn out to be a murderer, they both screwed up and paid the price of their lives, let Dunn rest in piece people!!
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Male 143
@Maddux32 a lot of people don`t ever do any of that; sorry everyone`s not as weak as you apparently.
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Male 143
Jackass died being a Jackass...color me shocked. My feelings go out to guy he killed`s family. Not either of them; both of them are asses for getting in the car.
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Male 926
@NotTHATbored

Yeah, you`re pretty much full of poo.
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Male 77
It`s sad that he died, yes. But the manner in which he did is very polarising.

Also, it`s funny seeing the word `disrespectful` being thrown around, because on the most part it`s pretty hypocritical. Especially considering that the focus has been for everyone to pay respect to Ryan (The lovable, Jackass celeb.) but not the person he killed through his knowing stupidity. So, you really can`t reasonably expect people to not to get pissed off about that.


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Male 42
This kinda made me wanna tear up I won`t lie. I can`t imagine how the jackass crew, let alone bam, is taking all of this. /:
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Female 1,101
"How his life ended is of no consequence, its how he lived that is the important thing."

Unless I am terribly mistaken, he was very much alive when he decided to drink and drive. That is how he lived and I`d bet good money that it wasn`t the only time he did it either. Above all else, he had to know that he was putting other people in serious danger. He just didn`t care, and I for one don`t either. My condolences to those who do.

P.S. I have never driven drunk, buzzed, stoned, or did anything that I knew would put someone`s life in danger so yes I do sit on quite a high horse. Thank you.
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Male 1
If you are saying he deserved to die you were probably the people saying Michael Jackson and Heath Ledger deserved to die cause they were drug addicts. No one deserves to die just like IseeingI2I said we are humans and we make mistakes.
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Male 120
I never got to meet him, But I loved him just the same as a brother. And after reading some of the highly disrespectful comments coming from you people, I may never come back to this site again.
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Male 144
What if one of your friends or family members did the same thing he did? Would you still say "F him, he deserved it"? You wouldn`t be sad?
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Male 266
It was a tragedy but if you drink and drive and cause a death in an accident because of it, it`s good etiquette to die in it too.
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Male 271
he made a poor decision and so did his passenger that`s what makes us human. now get off your high horses scumbags and quit acting like you dont make any poor decisions ever. I mourn both losses anyone who doesn`t can just GTFO.
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Male 65
no its true, he left to early, and for the drunk drivin poo... he didnt hurt anybody else but himself so stop saying poo. and have some respect
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Male 1,931
Guy was going over 120mph, from what I heard almost 3 times over the legal limit of alcohol, and he killed an Iraq war veteran in the process.

Yea, he was funny. But he killed someone in his death. I am not sad to see him go.
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Male 1,011
this guy can go to hell


death penalty for drunk drivers please!
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Male 165
@alibi19,NotTHATbored,Mad_Gremlyn. and the rest of you shallow people, no one is condoning drunk driving, no one is putting him on a pedestal for driving drunk, the video is a celebration of his life and the person he was ,and for the people that cared for him. Its a tragic thing that happened but its no reason to berate a well done and tasteful video that was made for fans and
friends to enjoy. How his life ended is of no consequence, its how he lived that is the important thing.

All I can say to you
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Male 506
If I lost my wife, my sister, my mother because they were driving under the influence...of course I`d be sad for losing my love ones, but I`d also be incredibly pissed off at them for their utter irresponsibility and disregard for their own life and the lives of others out there.
On the other hand, I have lost friends and family members to drunk drivers who survived and I can tell you I`m extremely grateful when one of these asshats manages to not kill someone else.
drat this guy, famous or not.
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Male 153
All of you C**k suckers who say cr*p like `who cares, he was a drunk driver`..Keep texting while you drive and pass judgement.. Morally ambigious douche-bags..
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Female 143
Some of you are not really thinking about this. So what if he died because he was drunk driving? If any one of you lost your bff tonight, due to them drinking and driving, you would be inconsolable. It`s a shame that he went the way he did, but it doesn`t make it any less tragic. Lighten up or don`t. (no one really cares)
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Male 512
@NotTHATbored and nijd, I`m with you two. He`s lucky he died without slamming into another car or through a livingroom or whatever. It`s luck of the draw that he didn`t kill unlucky people on his way out. Maybe I`d have liked RD if I`d met him, but that doesn`t make him some deity, above wrong doing. It`s sad that he was so self-destructive, but a vigil? A roadside memorial? If there is life after death, and RD was a good guy, then I`m assuming he`s thankful that he didn`t kill anyone who was powerless to stop what he was doing.
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Male 7,602
I honestly dont know if this is the saddest funny video or the funniest sad video ive ever seen.
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Male 73
"Never forget"

Yea lets never forget that fact that this dumba$$ killed himself and the navy SEAL that was in the car with him.
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Female 1,101
@nijd Thank you for saying exactly what I was thinking! It`s not like I knew him, so why should I pretend to feel bad or care about a drunk driver who killed himself? He was famous. So what? I could care less. Plus, it`s not like the SOB didn`t have enough money to call a cab. I live in PA where the Jackass people are from, and quite frankly I`m glad there is one less idiot around that I have to share the road with. I`m sure you`ll all tell me what a terrible person I am now, but at least I don`t drive drunk and risk the lives of others.
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Male 508
@ Ender27 "HE WAS DRINKING AND DRIVING! RELLY DRUNK REALLY FAST! he not only killed himself he killed his friend. COME ON FANCY!"

Ya he should be punished...oh wait...Guess he already paid the piper so maybe we don`t need to dwell on it after all.
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Male 149
I`ll agree the Never forget comment was a bit over the top and yes, he made the mistake of drinking and driving but he died for his mistake. He should be remembered for the person he was and the life he lead, not the mistake that ended it.
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Male 12
RIP Ryan Dunn. This video made me cry... I`ve been following the crew since the start of CKY. Dunn was always my favorite, such a great, genuine guy. You will be sorely missed Ryan, god bless...
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Female 143
@ nijd... you`re a dick.
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Male 104
drating Seriously?! Im all for jackass i really am! they`re hilarious. But Lets forget how bad he effed up? HE WAS DRINKING AND DRIVING! RELLY DRUNK REALLY FAST! he not only killed himself he killed his friend. COME ON FANCY! bad choice of words...
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Female 143
So sad. RIP Dunn.
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Male 267
"Never forget."

Ok, before this gets all gay, he wasn`t a war hero. Just some guy who liked to be drunk/high and hurt himself for the pleasure of others. Save that crap for when someone important dies.

He was funny, he`ll be missed by family, RIP and best wishes to the family who has to deal with his mistake. The rest of you with the sentimental B.S. can f**k off.
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Male 10
RIP Dunn.
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Male 2,841
Never forget.
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Male 19,981
Link: R.I.P. Ryan Dunn: The Official Dickhouse Video [Rate Link] - The Jackass crew put together a Best Of comp of Ryan. Let`s forget about how bad he F`ed up and remember the good times.
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