A shirtless yokel and a vengeful skateboard star in your moment of lulz

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Everyone gets angry sometimes. The key is to channel that anger toward something positive, like exercise, or making a nice macaroni angel, or sometimes just counting to ten. Because if we're not careful, our anger can get the best of us -- which actually brings up another good way to break up that rage a little: a good laugh at the misfortune of really angry people doing stupid things, like this guy who takes it out on his skateboard, only to have the skateboard, uh, bounce back.

If you've never thought about what it would be like if Gummo and The Benny Hill Show somehow made cheap, dirty love and conceived a smaller, infant show, then congratulations, my friend, you've just seen it. The only thing that could make this better is if our shirtless protagonist jumped around howling for about twenty seconds and then that got sped up to twice the film speed, plus some silly horn music.

On a semi-related side note, you know how YouTube suggests other videos to watch after you finish watching one? One of the suggestions for this one is a video called "Pedophile Beards."

Just saying, that's weird.

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