Everybody Needs A Hobby II of the Day: "Crazy swedish man jumps over a Lamborghini Gallardo" in most badass reenactment of "Hey Diddle Diddle" yet.
Everybody Needs A Hobby of the Day: Talk about cheap: A woman named Ma Jei told tourists visiting China's Zhonghau Castle that she scaled its 70-foot wall to avoid paying the 4 dollar admission fee.
The 48-year-old, who stormed the castle without so much as a safety harness, says she has climbed the wall many times in the past,
This Won't End Well of the Day: A subway surfer clings to the side of New York's J train.
Sure, it's reckless and potentially lethal, but, as YouTuber ViralVideosPlanet points out, it's "probably the easiest way to avoid dealing with pickpockets, street performers, and little kids selling candy on the subway."
Everybody Needs A Hobby of the Day: German unicyclist Lutz Eichholz is the proud owner of a new world record for longest unicycle ride along a row of beer bottles.
"I feel really good, all the pressure is down, and I'm happy," said Eichholz. "The sun is shining; everything is perfect."
Everybody Needs A Hobby II of the Day: For the past twenty years, Harold Hackett has been tossing bottles stuffed with messages off the coast of Prince Edward Island into the Atlantic Ocean.
Hackett estimates he's released some 4,800 messages, all with requests for response. So far he's received some 3,100 replies from people all over the world -- and he plans on getting plenty more before he's done.