There was a heavy skatepark session in Seattle with Ryan Sheckler and Torey Pudwill

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We saw the skate art that Torey Pudwill helped create in Seattle previously. But on the newest episode of Sheckler Sessions, Ryan Sheckler, Pudwill, Joey Brezinski, Alex Midler, Ryan Decenzo, and more shred Evo Skatepark in Seattle in a heavy indoor session the day before the Go Skateboarding Day celebration of the skate art being unveiled. Enjoy.

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Pizza Hut built an actual Ninja Turtles Pizza Thrower that shoots real pizza

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was the greatest concept to ever be created—other than possibly Ghostbusters, but that's an argument for a different day. Today, we're here to discuss a dream having finally come true: a real-life Ninja Turtles Pizza Thrower.

The fine folks at Pizza Hut took it upon themselves to build a life-sized Ninja Turtles Pizza Thrower for this week's Comic-Con—just like the Darth Vader DarthCar. With the help of concept builders Synn Labs and Special Effects Unlimited, the Pizza Thrower has come to life on the body of a 2002 Toyota Tacoma. At 12-feet high and 16-feet long, it shoots pizza up to 30 feet.

No longer am I relegated to running around the house dressed as Leonardo shooting plastic pizzas out of a toy truck that's 25-years-old. Now I can go do the real thing, like the Turtles intended, taking down Shredder and the whole Foot Clan to save April O'Neill and the rest of New York City. And for now, we're not going to discuss the atrocity that is this whole new TMNT movie because at the worst, it produced this happiness for me.

Check out the first shot (in GIF form) and the commercial for the toy below. And for even more in-depth information on the Pizza Thrower, check out this article on Jalopnik.

h/t Jalopnik

Limbo roller skating is a real thing, and this 6-year-old is the world's best

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Have you ever heard of the sport limbo skating (aka doing limbo while roller skating)? Us neither. But in Bangalore, India there is a 6-year-old boy who owns limbo skating harder than anyone ever before.

Gagan Satish has been on roller skates since he was three-and-a-half, and there isn't anything in the world he loves to do more. Recently, he let his prowess be known by limbo skating under 39 consecutive SUVs, breaking a world record. The clearance height was less than eight inches, which is just ridiculous. But Satish has an even bigger goal in mind: 100 cars. We'd like to see him do it, too.

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Awesome backhoe driver loads his backhoe into a truck without a ramp

This Indian backhoe driver is one skilled man. Utilizing the backhoe's ability to pivot and turn, he loads it up onto the back of a truck without using any ramps at all. Wonder if he can climb stairs in this thing.

h/t Jalopnik

Samsung made a video that sums up what it means to be surfer, whether you're a kid or Kelly Slater

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The old adage goes: "Only a surfer knows the feeling." But that feeling means different things to different people. Samsung, who is the first global partner of the ASP World Tour, summed that up nicely in this video titled "Every Day Is Day One." The video features ASP pros such as Kelly Slater, Stephanie Gilmore, and Mitch Crews. But it also showcases what surfing means to everyone from people in the heart of the city to the deep wilderness.

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Crooked World BMX: BMX legend Dennis McCoy nearly died in a broken elevator

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BMX legends don't get much bigger than Dennis McCoy. He joins Crooked World BMX on this new episode to tell his Worst Day Ever tale—and no it's not that time he saw a woman's boobs explode in a car crash. It's the stuff that nightmares are made of—getting stuck in an elevator. The elevator goes haywire and hits the top floor, and McCoy is left not knowing if or when he is going to plummet to his death. McCoy relives his experience of what it was like while his friends searched not-so-frantically for him in an abandoned dorm.

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Hot Wheels made Darth Vader's helmet into a real car called DarthCar

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For people who love Star Wars, this has been a big week. J.J. Abrams gave a sneak peek of the new X-wing fighter, and now Hot Wheels has released video and images of the DarthCar. What's the DarthCar you ask? Well, it's a life-size car based off a Corvette C5 body, fitted with an LS3 engine, 526 horsepower, light sabers, and heavy breathing sounds from the Sith Lord himself. It makes its debut at San Diego's Comic-Con this week, and we hope someone takes this thing drifting.

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Pharrell Williams dances with even more women and Miley Cyrus in new music video

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Alright Pharrell, you've been dancing with lots and lots of women and owning the Internet for a while now. And then you decide to dance with even more women, including Miley Cyrus, for your new music video "Come Get It Bae." Well, we're glad to see you've switched up the hat—kudos for that. And of course, kudos for your ability to get so many gorgeous women to dance with you and twerk while being married and 41-years-old. But seriously man, why you gotta use that awful, obnoxious "word" bae? There's no place for that. It's just uncalled for and that "word" just needs to not exist—or have that "b" inserted back in it where it belongs.

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Typically you want to avoid water at all costs when on your BMX bike

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As The Come Up explained in the YouTube description of this one, "Brian Christopher just wanted to hit this hip. Instead he took a dip." That pretty much sums it up. Avoid water at all costs.

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A Jaguar XJ220's burnout is so powerful it lights on fire

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There were only 275 of Jaguar's XJ220 supercar ever produced. During 1992 it held the record for fastest production car at 213 mph—until 1993 when the McLaren F1 was built...

Anyways, the XJ220 is so powerful that its burnouts cause fires. And no, not like the rubber of that Supra lighting on fire (eventually)—this is a straight-up blaze.

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