Dumb Ways to Die [Video]
Has anyone ever died in a “smart” way? Many have died in an honorable way and many have died in very dumb ways.
There is even a TV show on Spike Network called “1000 Ways to Die” – 1000 Ways to Die combines the science of living and the randomness of death with a dash of Darwinism. What actually happens when a rattlesnake’s venom enters the bloodstream? How do Nitrogen bubbles affect the body after long exposure under water then immediately to 2 miles up into the sky? These questions will be answered in glorious CGI effects. Forensic experts, pathologists, toxicologists, herpetologists, and other experts offer eloquent explanations of mortality.
Its pretty hard to make death funny or cute but a short video advertisement (in the form of a song) from the Australian Metro Safety Department nails it! This video was first brought to our attention by Caleb Wilde.
After we watched the video we couldn’t get the little jiggle out of our heads and we thought it would be a perfect way for you to brighten the mood at your funeral home. Just sing the jiggle “Dumb Ways to Die“. Take your helmet off in outer space…
Watch the video below and then share some other dumb ways to die in the comments below!
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