As most high school teens know, all they need is to experience ‘the coolest party ever’ to be ready for college. At least that’s all they need to do if they follow Hollywood‘s example.
It seems every years there’s a couple ‘best party ever’ movies all based on high school seniors. After learning from Hollywood for years, Woodhead Entertainment did their best, but could only muster up an Average Party.
You know, the kind you’ve been to countless times before.
New Rochelle student Khalil Edney is the latest basketball player to go viral online for scoring an amazing half court buzzer beater.
To make the situation even more nerve-racking, the ball was stolen by Mt. Vernon with just seconds left in the game. Amazingly, Khalil just stole the ball back with enough time to launch it across the court. And it went in!
Popular online videographer Devin Supertramp has again gathered up his friends in Utah for some serious rope swinging fun. It was just a year ago when Devin debuted his first World’s Largest Rope Swingvideo. That currently stands with over 16 million views.
Now, Devin and co have taken their rope swinging adventures to the next level by jumping from the cliff of a canyon.
There’s not much more that screams “The 70’s” than the classic Schoolhouse Rock cartoons. And though it debuted towards the end of the era, Star Wars also encapsulated the decade. Just look at those hairdos.
The Knife Game Song is the daring game when the only one player spreads their hand on a flat surface. They then sing the Knife Song–which appropriately starts with “I have all my fingers. The knife goes chop, chop, chop”–while stabbing a knife in between their fingers in a circular motion.
The game is commonly played by gangsters, criminals, and any other ‘tough guy’ character in movies and TV shows. But a teenage girl? Can she ‘beat’ the knife game?