Friday, June 24, 2011

◎ИLƴ on YOUTUBE: Only In Russia... Japan... India... Belgium... Brazil

Кран, который пьет воду (Crane, who drinks water)

Only In Russia can you find a crane, faucet, tap (call it whatever you want) that sucks your water instead of gives you water!

Jackie Chan Trains a Fish

And you thought your dog or cat was special cause it can do
tricks.... p-lease.   Anyone can train a dog or cat to do tricks... but if your FISH can do tricks, like this one in Japan... now we're talking special!

Rajnikanth at Chennai Silks Sarees

They say everyone has a little Rajnikanth (a famous South Indian film actor and media icon) in them.  So check out this 'bag boy' in Chennai, India as he puts the rest of you bag boys to shame!

Meanwhile in Belgium...

No, it's not the Belgian Army... these geese were part of a fair in Diest, a small town near Brussels in Belgium.  You gotta love those Belgians, only in Belgium!

 Fumaça Waterfall in Chapada Diamantina, Brazil

Ok, everyone is basically shittin' themselves watching this video 'cause the cliff near this waterfall in Brazil is famous for not only being high (380m - over 1000 ft.), but also very windy.  So the guy standing near the cliff is either one of 2 things - brain dead or has balls of steel.... and he doesn't look brain dead to me.

By the way...

In the film Dhoom 2 (a Bollywood action film), there is a scene at the waterfall where Sunehri (Aishwarya Rai) is dared to jump off without any support mechanism in order to gain Aryan's (Hrithik Roshan) trust. She does so only to have him leap behind her with a bungee cord.

Meanwhile in France....

Check out this street dancer in Paris.  I think he's human, lol... and you thought you got the moves when it comes to dancing..

Maeklong Train Market, Thailand

And you thought you lived or worked too close to the train tracks.  Well the Maeklong Train Market (ตลาดแม่กลอง) in Thailand is without a doubt, the closest in the WORLD.  Folks, when I say close... I mean CLOSE!  A train passing through 4 times a day, avoiding collision by mere inches ...

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