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Reminds me of Dr. Phil where the guy shot his friend as a test to see how it feels.



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BraLoD said:
Just read a young girl died from one of those stupid "challenges" as she sprayed a lot of deodorant right on her mouth/throat and suffocated.



This is the best one yet.

Pretty soon we're gonna start seeing some sort of "chop off a limb" challenge...



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well not much to say here but fmd lol



 

 

COKTOE said:
Aeolus451 said:

Wildboyz is pretty crazy. They could have died so many times messing with animals.

Love Wildboyz. That scene was actually shot in California and not Africa as revealed on a Joe Rogan podcast last spring. There's a whole story behind it, but it's one of the only scenes from that show that was, to some degree, set up. The lions were from a zoo if I recall, so still quite dangerous. It was Jay Leno of all people who figured out it wasn't filmed in Africa, and actually confronted Steve-O about it.

I think him and Joe Rogan talked about that scene being shot there. I forgot about it. Perhaps I should have linked one of the other vids. 💀



Ganoncrotch said:
BraLoD said:
Just read a young girl died from one of those stupid "challenges" as she sprayed a lot of deodorant right on her mouth/throat and suffocated.

Lets be real for a minute... we probably didn't lose the cure to cancer or someone who would contribute to advancements in quantum computing right there.....

It's bad when you read a story like this and think.... What a waste of a good can of lynx.

 

JWeinCom said:
BraLoD said:
Just read a young girl died from one of those stupid "challenges" as she sprayed a lot of deodorant right on her mouth/throat and suffocated.

I'm all for the lulz but you guys are mocking a 7 years old girl that died...

She was imitating something she was incentivated to do on a screen by someone else, just like you were with whatever you saw in the TV back in the day.



I know it's kinda evil but it'd be fun to come up with other idiotic challenges and try to make stupid people attempt them. There are so many other cool ways to hurt yourself, like eating glass, spraying mercury into your eyes or bathing your feet in boiling oil.

I wonder if it counts as murder if you fool the brainless into killing themselves that way?



BraLoD said:
Ganoncrotch said:

Lets be real for a minute... we probably didn't lose the cure to cancer or someone who would contribute to advancements in quantum computing right there.....

It's bad when you read a story like this and think.... What a waste of a good can of lynx.

 

JWeinCom said:

I'm all for the lulz but you guys are mocking a 7 years old girl that died...

She was imitating something she was incentivated to do on a screen by someone else, just like you were with whatever you saw in the TV back in the day.

I am a kid from 1983, I watched things on tv where people dropped anvils on each other, created food from rocks and fed them to each other, attacked each other with active live bombs.

I've not gone and done any of those things, because I am smart enough not to, this is the entirely what things like a darwin award is all about, when you see someone and legitimately think if you told them to walk off a cliff... would they? then that is the sort of level of intellect which when it walks off a cliff makes the human race better as a whole. I'm not just talking about "for the lulz" here I mean someone who is going to take the advice on what to eat from a youtube video posted by a retard rather than the warnings all over the package that says "don't fucking eat this you gobshite" Keep in mind as well there is the obvious fact of where the daughter got the things to eat? which suggests their mother is not someone who is careful about following warning labels to keep deadly things away from her kids, and also allows her child to watch media presumably unsupervised which encouraged her to eat something and die... again for the whole gene pool, this is the equivalent of that tiger you see in a documentary who just doesn't quite understand how to stop eating her young when she is licking it clean and that David Attenborough mournfully says will be the last tiger in her family tree because of it.

That is how a species gets better, it's fucking rough because at times you have to sit there and watch a tiger eating its own offspring and look sad about it, or a load of washing goes without a tidepod because someone has eaten it to try to get an extra 2 subscribers on youtube... but aye, that's how a species grows stronger without those elements remaining alive in it.



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