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Dad is shocked when new swimming trunks suddenly dissolve in pool: ‘This prank is perfect’

A mom pranked her husband with a pair of dissolvable swimming trunks, then secretly filmed his reaction — and now the hilarious footage is going viral on TikTok!

TikTokers @mr_mrs_walsh gained a whopping 24.8 million views and over 32,000 comments when they uploaded the side-splitting video to their account.

Now, just like the mom who pranked her husband by switching out their baby to see if he would notice, or the dad who used Alexa to prank his teen son after catching him sneaking out, Mrs. Walsh’s hilarious yet harmless prank is cracking up TikTokers around the

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Dodgers pitcher Trevor Bauer’s leave extended through the 2021 season

Trevor Bauer’s administrative leave from the Los Angeles Dodgers was extended through the end of the season under an agreement reached Friday between MLB and the players union.

Bauer has not pitched since he was accused of choking a woman unconscious and allegedly punching her several times during two consensual sexual encounters. According to the Los Angeles Times, the Los Angeles County County district attorney has yet to decide whether to charge Bauer, and MLB is still investigating the incident.


The Pasadena Police Department delivered the results of a three-month investigation

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How Running Changed Me – Ryan Padilla Lee Weight Loss

Courtesy Ryan Padilla Lee

Name: Ryan Padilla Lee
Age: 37
Location: Sacramento, California
Occupation: Choral Director/Educator

Start Weight: 205 pounds
End Weight: 135 pounds
Time Running: 16 months

My weight has fluctuated between 160 and 200 pounds in my 30s, and at 5-foot-7, anything over 170 pounds weighs me down. Given my busy lifestyle, between regular work and side gigs, I barely had time to keep up with an exercise routine.

Around Christmas 2019, I was buying size 38 pants, a size I had never bought before. I also have a history of diabetes and stroke in my family, and

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Best mountain bike shoes 2021 | 25 tried and tested recommendations

When looking for the best mountain bike shoes, there is a plethora of options. To figure out which pair is right for you, the first decision you’ll have to make is whether you want to go with flat-pedal or clipless-pedal shoes.

Our in-depth buyer’s guide will help you choose, as well as provide some information on the foundations of a good mountain bike shoe.

You’ll find all the best mountain bike shoe reviews on this page, and whether you ride cross-country, trail, enduro or downhill on flat or clipless pedals, we’ve ridden and rated the best mountain bike shoes on

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Big 12 Gets 4 New Members in College Sports’ Latest Shuffle

In another sign of a precarious era of realignment in college sports, the Big 12 Conference moved Friday to add Brigham Young University, Cincinnati, Houston and the University of Central Florida, with the colleges able to join as early as 2023.

B.Y.U. will join the Big 12 on July 1, 2023, while the other three programs will join the league no later than July 1, 2024, Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby told reporters on Friday.

The Big 12 had been moving quickly to compensate for the departure of Texas and Oklahoma to the stacked Southeastern Conference, which houses three of

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US Open of Mountain Biking Canceled Due to Forest Closures

The Fox US Open of Mountain Biking was canceled today after the Forest Service ordered the closure of California’s National Forests until at least September 17. The closure is a response to an ongoing wildfire crisis in the state.

The event was scheduled for September 23-26 at Big Bear Mountain Resort’s Summit Bike Park. Although the forests could reopen before the event’s scheduled dates, there wouldn’t be enough time for the event organizers to prepare after finding out definitively whether it would happen. All the athletes currently registered will have their entry fees refunded.

This is a difficult announcement to
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“Michael Jordan is playing basketball again because he wanted a burger named after him”: When McDonalds used the Bulls legend’s ‘I’m Back’ as an incredible marketing tool

Michael Jordan was featured in an advertisement for McDonalds nearly two years after the iconic ‘Showdown’ and it during his 1995 NBA return. 

Michael Jordan is arguably the most marketable athlete in North American sports history. The 6x champion helped resurrect Nike from the ashes by having his ‘Air Jordan 1s’ sell $100 million worth of pairs in its debut year and following this massive success, it was no looking back for Jordan in the marketing department. 

When it comes to the sustenance sector, Michael Jordan was famously affiliated with both McDonalds and Gatorade. The Gatorade deal made sense because

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Cowboys WR Amari Cooper is taking his route-running to another level

There’s something to be admired about a crisply run wide receiver’s route. The intricacy, the nuances, the fleet-footedness and sharp-edged cutting ability, all of it fuses together seamlessly to create a sweet treat for the eyes to see. And when it results in a big-play gain, or a highlight-worthy ankle-breaker, that sweet treat becomes that much greater.

There have been countless receivers who have laid claim to exquisite route-running traits. Some just burn past helpless defensive backs with their unfathomable speed. For others, it’s not necessarily their brisk gait that predicates their route-running greatness, but decisive foot-work and ability to

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Video shows erratic driver weaving around cyclists during ‘Bike the Drive’

CHICAGO — A bike rider sent WGN disturbing video of a car weaving dangerously around cyclists Sunday during Chicago’s Bike the Drive.

According to witnesses, a car went through the roadblocks intended to protect the bike riders from traffic. 

Onlookers and cyclists reported the incident to the police. The driver, however, has not been identified and arrested by authorities.

One of the cyclists said kids took part in the drive, and the ordeal could have turned tragic.

No injuries were reported.

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8-Time Olympic Medalist Nathan Adrian Expands From Swim Lessons Into Swim Club

In the SwimSwam Podcast dive deeper into the sport you love with insider conversations about swimming. Hosted by Coleman HodgesGarrett McCaffrey, and Gold Medal Mel Stewart, SwimSwam welcomes both the biggest names in swimming that you already know, and rising stars that you need to get to know, as we break down the past, present, and future of aquatic sports.

I sat down with Nathan Adrian to catch up on his life post Olympics, and he’s been extremely busy with his personal businesses. While most Olympians with his resume and medal haul would have taken a
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