The phrase "what could go wrong" is loaded with a million questions, most of which are answered on r/whatcouldgowrong. If you've ever wondered what would happen if you did 50 shots of alcohol in a row, have a look at the latest videos from this page to save yourself the trouble of doing these things yourself. And also you'll hopefully learn from these people's unfortunate mistakes.
These are possibly the ultimate "famous last words". What could be better than watching people a second from complete disaster and wondering what could possibly be going through their head right now. r/Whatcouldgowrong has everything and anything for people watching other people be seconds away from joining the Darwin Awards.
If life has gotten a bit too predictable and you crave some controlled chaos, we have just the thing for you. Have a look at our latest chaotic videos, where a video can begin innocently enough before descending into absolute madness. Because viewing chaos from a safe distance is the best way to experience it.
What is better than a little chaos? A little mayhem to shake things up and keep us on our toes. Fortunately it is way more fun to watch videos of others misfortunes and hyjinx than it is to deal with our own!
Replies this clever are pretty hard to come by; you've kinda just just gotta be in the right place at the right time, and brands like Wendy's - the absolute champions of the roast - know this all too well. Some of these people seriously deserve an award for their witty replies!
Y'all remember Charles "Neck Guy" McDowell? Of course you do. If you were a big fan of the brutal roasts that ensued from his hilarious mugshot like we were, then get ready for Christopher "Tiny" Taylor, a guy wanted for removing his home confinement anklet and punching a police officer in the face.
Taylor caught the internet's attention after the Mason County Sheriff's Department posted a wanted notice with a photo of him on Facebook. People immediately began to take notice of his teeny tiny stature, which has of course resulted in some epic puns! Scroll down ASAP, because these are just too damn good.
Just when you think robots are about to take over the world, they go and do something like this.
The DARPA Robotics Challenge was held this past weekend, with numerous teams “vying to develop robots capable of assisting humans in responding to natural and man-made disasters.”
Turns out they had a few disasters of their own as well.
IEEE Spectrum created a compilation of robot falls from the first day of the finals, and while this is pretty funny to watch in itself, one YouTuber took it a step further and mashed it up with some WWE commentary turning it into Internet gold.
“As much as nobody wanted to see a robot fall, everybody wanted to see a robot fall,” wrote IEEE Spectrum on their blog.
The course involved the competing robots trying to open doors, turn valves, drive cars and climb over rubble.
Team KAIST from South Korea took home the top prize with the fastest time, and here’s their robot, DRC-Hubo, stepping up to victory. It was built with wheels on its knees to help protect it from taking a tumble.
“These robots are big and made of lots of metal and you might assume people seeing them would be filled with fear and anxiety,” said DRC organizer Gill Pratt. “But we heard groans of sympathy when those robots fell. And what did people do every time a robot scored a point? They cheered!”
Meanwhile, nothing can stop the beasts from Boston Dynamics, so while these falls are funny, the threat is still very real.