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Here's the "Pitch Perfect" way to shoot off your finger.

Jim Huish from the Tennessee-based band Amber's Drive recently performed Anna Kendrick's hit single "Cups."

But instead of using actual cups, he opted for an AR15, an AK47 (AK74), a CZ75 and a Walther P22.

There are still some Solo cups involved, but they just get riddled with bullets.

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While most young people would be super excited to unwrap an Apple iPhone box on Christmas day, Grandma was not so pleased.

"I'm really not equipped to handle this," she said, noting that she uses a landline.

Fortunately for her, it wasn't exactly an iPhone, but it was still pretty sweet.

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The Queensland Police Service is having a little fun at Nickelback's expense this Christmas.

The cops posted this photo of one of their recently unwrapped CDs on Facebook along with the following message:

Police media team report a suspicious package has been received as part of the office secret Santa. It will now be destroyed

Apparently hating on Nickelback has now become an international pastime.

Sorry Chad.

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Yves Rossy, aka "Jetman," has been flying around in his jetpack for years, soaring over the Grand Canyon, the English Channel and the Alps among other landmarks.

Rossy became the first man in history to fly with a jet-propelled wing in 2006.

Here he is in his latest video doing a formation flight with Aerobatics Champion Veres Zoltán in Dubai.

Rossy teases some news in the caption saying "the best is yet to come," and at the end of the clip we see… a second jetpack person! Duh… duh… duhhhhhh….

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Mind the gap.

Professional skier Cody Townsend won "Line of the Year" at the 2014 Powder Awards with this death defying attempt in Alaska, which he describes as "the scariest thing I've ever done."

The clip is featured in the new ski film from Red Bull and MSP Films, "Days of My Youth."

Filmed over two years using state of the art techniques and technologies, this movie offers a unique glimpse into the journey of self-discovery that every skier experiences.
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If you thought hot yoga was intense, you probably aren't ready for this.

Forty-year-old Gugulotu Lachiram is being called a "hero" in India for his death defying meditation techniques, which he performs on his motorbike at speeds up to 60 km/h with no helmet.

He says he gets scared, but so far he hasn't had any accidents - even though he's just one mistake away from turning downward facing dog into downward facing disfigurement.

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