Not being one of the fittest kids in school didn’t stop this chubby young lad from being the smartest when it came to the school fun run. Absolute legend!
If you’re an adventurous tourist with a very good head for heights and preferably a small pair of feet, come say ‘ni hao’ to the Chang Kong Cliff Road in China’s Shaanxi Province. It’s thousands of feet up Mt. Huashan and is popular among hikers of a steely disposition.
A joke that originated from the song “Deeez Nuuuts” on Dr. Dre’s original album “The Chronic”, released in 1992. Since then, the phrase has mutated into “deez nutz” and catching people with “deez nutz” has become America’s 3,157th favorite pastime, just behind underwater basket-weaving and just ahead of collecting Spongebob Squarepants paraphernalia. The game works as following: you ask someone a question, and if the response is “What?”, “Who?”, “Huh?” or anything starting starting with one of the 5 “W’s”, you’re free to get that person with “DEEEEEZ NUUUUUTZ!!!”. Works best when done loudly in quiet public places such as a lecture hall, church, or a line at the bank.
In the 1980s, aerobics was the hot new keep fit trend, with thousands of women (and men and cats) across the world donning their leg warmers and Lycra leotards to work up a sweat with the help of famous instructors like Denise Austin and Richard Simmons.