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Manly Bloopers ... posted by Cindy Beck

(Keywords: Cindy Beck, manly bloopers, Hall and Oates, Maneater, contests, humorous writing, humorous blog, humor blog, funny, smile, laugh, humor)

I'll be the first to admit it isn't nice to laugh at others' misfortunes, but sometimes we just can't help it. And besides, we're not laughing at them, we're laughing with ...

Okay, so we're laughing at them. If I ever run into the guys in these videos—and it would be more likely from watching this that they'll literally run into me—I'll apologize then for laughing.





(For an interesting music video, click on the link below in "What's playing in my head." The jaguar in it is pretty awesome. )

What's playing in my head: Man Eater by Hall and Oates.


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5 comments:

Slamdunk said...

Thanks for the laugh--adults on trampolines always spell disaster.

Rachelle said...

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Oz Girl said...

That trampoline accident looked like it really hurt! Ouch!

I found myself cringing a few times... some were just plain dumb, I mean, what guy would try to ride a bike suspended from the ceiling? Oh yeah, A GUY would try to do that, lol.

Shirley Bahlmann said...

YOU MADE ME LAUGH! I tried not to, because Bob's sleeping in the other room. I don't think he heard me though... good thing, because he'd want to know what was so funny!

Cheri J. Crane said...

Great post. I loved the "Manly Bloopers," clip. Good stuff. ;)Maybe I should start filming these three men who are living with me at the moment. (My husband and two of our sons.)