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Instant Karma Hits this Rude Driver Who Flips Off a Woman in Traffic

Few things in life are more satisfying than watching instant karma unfold.

When you’re driving on the road, you won’t be able to escape a handful of idiotic drivers who don’t seem to be very familiar with road rules. Simple things like signaling when you’re making a turn, staying on your lane, or simply not tailgating are just some of the basics of driving that some people can’t seem to understand.

And then there are drivers like this guy in the video. Apparently, he’s been tailgating the woman taking the video for a couple of minutes. But instead of just overtaking her and getting over it, the guy is fuming for some reason.

Maybe he’s just had a rough day. Maybe the woman in the video is driving just fast enough for him to overtake her. Maybe he’s just one of those insufferable people who think that anyone driving slower is a moron, and anyone driving faster is a maniac. Who knows?

What we do know is that as he overtakes the woman, he flips her off angrily. And he doesn’t just flip the bird and goes on his way (as he should have before this whole fiasco unfolded). Nope, he gives her the finger while looking straight at her while driving at what appears to be 50 mph.

You're going to regret that, buddy.

Source: YouTube

And then the most satisfying thing happens. He seems to lose control of his vehicle, spins the car, and veers off onto the opposite lane. Luckily, there were no other cars in the other lane and so he didn’t injure anyone. And it seems like he may have gone on a dizzying ride, but got off with no injuries. That is, no injuries to his person. We can’t say the same for his car and his pride.

This is what happens when you let anger take over while driving.

Source: YouTube

So let that be a lesson to anyone. If someone pisses you off in traffic, you have every right to get pissed off, but you should still keep your eyes on the road and your hands on the wheel.

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Kung Fu Master’s Manhood Gets Hit By Brick and Wooden Pole to Show Off “Iron Crotch”

Guess that gives new meaning to wrecking balls.


Apparently, "balls of steel" has ceased being a mere figure of speech, thanks to this Kung Fu master whose ironlike-crotch can stand being repeatedly kicked and hit with a brick and a wooden pole - a stunt that'll leave any average guy writhing in pain.

Master Wei Yaobin, a Chinese Kung Fu expert, has been practicing the unusual art of sustaining blows to his nether regions for ten solid years now, earning him the alias "Iron Crotch." His poor manhood receives kick after kick and hit after hit, yet Master Yaobin seems to be unfazed and maintains his cool composure.

Getting kicked in the crotch is a normal, everyday thing for Master Wei.


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Cheating Ex-Girlfriend Sends Apology Letter, Guy Sends It Back Graded Using Red Pen

When your ex wants you back but your inner grammar Nazi kicks in! This guy is savage AF!

Trust is a sacred thing that, once broken, can be hard to win back. So when a relationship ends because of cheating, you can almost always be sure that it certainly wouldn’t end well.

Take it from Nick Lutz, a college student who decided to break up with his girlfriend after she cheated on him.

Eventually, his ex decided to write him an apology letter, asking for forgiveness while, ironically, claiming no cheating ever occurred....

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MMA Fighter Gets Brutally Knocked Out While Trying to Dance in the Middle of Fight

MMA fighter Joe “Nitro” Harding wanted to taunt his opponent with his dance moves — and it didn’t end well for him.

In the world of mixed martial arts (MMA), there are some fighters who mess with their opponents' minds by trash talking or showing off. For instance, Bellator fighter Michael "Venom" Page is known for sometimes doing dance moves in the middle of a fight.

Perhaps, Page inspired another MMA fighter to try to bust out dance moves while fighting inside the octagon. Sure, it's fun to watch but frankly, it's not necessarily advisable for fighters to engage in such a behavior in the middle of a match.

Joe Harding (left) and Johan Segas (right)


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