No, seriously, this is one tiny bicycle! We don’t know much about this boss, but he seems to be from Russia. I’ve been watching this video over and over, and my mind does not want to stop being blown.
This photo was recently taken of a Free Syrian Army fighter during a clash with Syrian military troops. As you can see, he is a ridiculously good-looking rebel. And a strong one at that – just strolling around with that rocket on his shoulder!
“This guy’s trippin! Hurry up, go to the back, and get me some fried chicken!” These guys seriously know how to order fast food – in particular fried chicken. You can literally see the poor cashier standing there, thinking: “Uhm, what should I put into the computer!?” But he need not feel bad. I don’t think any of us would have been able to keep up either. And that is why we’ve inducted both these hungry patrons into the prestigious 2oceansVibe Boss Hall of Fame.
Sometimes we are asked to do things in life that might not be particularly exciting, nor very important in the greater scheme of things. But a true champion will always find a way of performing mundane and / or every day tasks in a spectacular fashion. And that is the kind of person we celebrate here at 2oceansVibe. Today we salute this guy: candy floss for crying out loud! Yet, he still does so…like a BOSS!
In an incredible display of boss athleticism, a US guy recently caught a foul baseball flying into the stands during a game. He did this like a pro by jumping high and catching it with one hand. The other hand, as you’ll see, was being occupied by his baby! So impressive was his skill that the entire crowd, including his wife, had to tip their hats to him. And so do we.
During the recent European Championships in Poland and Ukraine, Carlsberg provided fridges full of beer in the media centre. These were for journalists covering games to drink before, during, and after matches. But as you’ll see from our latest Boss video, a mere three minutes was all it took.
When jobseeker Vanessa Hojda accidentally attached a photo of Nicolas Cage grinning manically (instead of her CV) along with a job application, she thought she was screwed. But after posting a screenshot of the incident onto her Tumblr account, her story and image quickly went viral. Two companies have since offered her a job via her Facebook page, she’s been interviewed by The Washington Post, and even appeared in a photoshoot for the Toronto Star!
You think your parallel parking skills are pretty legit, right? And besides, how hard can it be to park a Mini Cooper after all? Prepare to hang your head in shame, thanks to this Chinese master wheelman named Han Yue.
To promote this year’s BET Awards, host Samuel L. Jackson did an amazing impersonation of popstar Nicki Minaj. His groundbreaking performance casts the traditionally typecast badass in a whole new light and is a must-see for any fan. Click through for Jackson’s award-worthy performance.
Okes, you remember when we told you about Avastar earlier this month? The club with the flamefrowers, laser laaits, confetti masjiens, and fock masjiens? Well, it opened and got some international attention since we introduced you to Rivonia’s finest new establishment. Step inside boet, but remember, what happens at Avastar stays at Avastar.
A few days ago Microsoft unveiled what many are calling its “iPad killer”, the brand new Surface tablet. Unfortunately for them however, things went horribly, horribly wrong at a live product demonstration. Click for for a laugh at their expense.
Well, I guess it was only a matter of time before the word ‘irony’ stopped being able to quite cover it. The German bank Sparkasse Chemnitz have launched a Karl Marx credit card, after the father of Communism won in an online voting poll for new credit card designs. Somewhere a grave is spinning.
So there was this scene towards the end of the first season of Game of Thrones – that popular, high budget, swords/sorcery/nudity show that HBO’s running – where a bunch of heads were lined up on spikes. And director’s commentary from the recently-released Season 1 DVD has revealed that one of the heads belonged to ex-president George Bush.
Sweden has been handing its Twitter account to a different citizen every week for the past seven months. Which has been great for the most part, with priests and lesbian truck drivers representing the country – except the latest @sweden handler has been catching some flack for trying to figure out “whats the fuzz with jews.”
Don’t feel bad if you miss the whole “moment” completely when watching this bike race video for the first time. That’s how bosses operate! Out newest addition to the 2oceansVibe Boss Hall of Fame, ladies and gentlemen, after the jump.
The latest in the hottest gadgets, apps, and tech news. ETV Primetime. Channel 403. Thursday, 21h30. And this is how we roll.
Ha! Model Melissa Stetten found herself getting hit on by vaguely-famous actor Brian Presley on a flight out of Los Angeles. Using this new thing called ‘the internet,’ she identified Presley as a married, outspoken Christian with a five-year-old kid. So she livetweeted his ridiculously awkward attempt at hooking up with her. Watch it unfold below.
A 2oceansViber recently sent us this picture and we had to share it. It’s nice to know that when you’re stranded on a paradise island, you can still get “Elegant C0ck”, and that the quality is guaranteed. Apparently it’s some sort of mosquito coil. I can’t see the relevance to the name. [Thanks Adrian!]
Okes – you think you’ve seen all the entertainment Rivonia has to offer, right? Wrong! There’s cool and then there is Avastar cool! Mike Basson is the owner of this exciting new night club in Joburg. This guy has managed to successfully fuse the world of nightclubs with…the world of Avatar (the movie with the blue people). Check out his promo video after the jump.
We would like you to sit down before watching this video, during which you might experience a sudden overwhelming sense of awesomeness. Is our latest addition to the Boss Hall of Fame a bartender? Is he a ninja? Or perhaps a ninja bartender? You tell us.
Yesterday’s Google doodle celebrated the 78th birthday of Robert Moog, creator of the famous “moog” synthesisers. And while most of us amused ourselves with it for a couple of minutes, today’s addition to the 2oceansVibe Boss Hall of Fame took that extra step. Check him perform “Aerodynamic” by Daft Punk (whilst staring at the camera in a creepy way) – like a boss.
“So many of us look to the wisdom of the East, to solve our problems in the West.” Those are the words of filmmaker Vikram Ghandi, who set out to see how to see legitimate many of the sources of Eastern wisdom were, by impersonating a guru and then gaining a massive, legitimate following. Click through for the trailer and more details.
Marking another notch in the slow build-up to the sequel to that thing you used to like to quote, here’s the teaser trailer for Paramount’s Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. There’s no hint of story, but it reintroduces the Channel 4 News Team and offers some vague one-liners. Which I guess is what sequels are all about.
Opening a beer with a chainsaw is not a job for anyone. And the difference between joining our 2oceansVibe Boss Hall of Fame, and potentially winning a Darwin award, is this guy. Step inside and see how it should be done properly.
I know, today was supposed to be Facebook’s special moment, but when a sovereign state threatens to sue a corporation like Google, it’s sort of a thing. Especially when a sovereign state sues a corporation because of a disagreement over how a map should be labelled. Seriously.
Fancy embossed invitations to attend a preview of The Dictator, Sacha Baron Cohen’s new film, are being sent around Washington D.C. – ostensibly from “President Robert Mugabe and the Ministry of Education, Sport, Art, and Culture.” Zimbabwe’s art ministry has assured reporters that it hasn’t come from them.
Last year Stimorol rolled out a series of ads to promote their Infinity range, in the TV spots gum-chewers were caught in an infinite loop of increasingly bizarre situations. In their latest radvertising venture we’re taken to even more bizarre heights, featuring an anthro-dog, a bouncer in a tie-dyed one piece and a creepy man in a polo-neck.