Prancercising, Jumping Off Mount Everest and the To Do List of Amanda Bynes
5/30/2013 3:00:00 PM
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If you're looking for an extremely unchallenging workout where you also look like an idiot, check out the YouTube video for something called "Prancercising".
It's a woman wearing what looks like a half workout shirt, half Suze Orman power blazer . . . and the workout essentially consists of putting on ankle weights, then dance-walking . . . badly.
But it might not be a joke, because the woman in the video also released a 128-page book about it in December.
I wouldn’t be surprised to see Amanda Bynes prancercising.
Bynes seems to be in a downward spiral. See if that continues today with the Celebrity To Do List of Amanda Bynes.
10:00 A.M. Get out of bed. Immediately accuse bed of trying to grope me.
10:10 A.M. Morning checklist: Hair, mangy. Cheeks, pierced. Walls, padded.
10:15 A.M.: Smoke something that is definitely not drugs out of my glass vase . . . which is definitely not a bong.
10:30 A.M. Pick random celebrity to start daily Twitter feud with. Today's lucky winner: Cloris Leachman!
11:00 A.M. Dress like an Olsen Twin. But not as hobo-y.
12:30 P.M. Wander shirtless around Times Square demanding that press give me privacy.
3:15 P.M. Take call from Hollywood regarding comeback. Never notice I'm talking into a boot.
6:00 P.M. Wash hair. Oh. Right. Never mind.
8:30 P.M. Ignore the specter of death hanging over me.
11:00 P.M. Bedtime. Put on a straightjacket and Hannibal Lecter mask and then get wheeled away on a dolly.
On Monday, 73-year-old Robert McDonough of Limington, Maine disappeared from his home. And his family was panicked because he suffers from dementia. The local ABC affiliate found out about the story, and about 14 hours after Robert went missing, they sent a crew to his house to do a live news report.
A reporter named Norm Karkos was about to talk on camera about how Robert had disappeared . . . when Robert himself wandered up and started talking to him.
Yes, the news crew accidentally found a missing guy during their live report ABOUT the missing guy. The best part is how he shuffles up behind them from a long way off.
And they look at him a few times and even greet him before they make the connection. Robert seemed to be in good condition, and he was taken to the hospital.
A Russian daredevil named Valery Rozov set a world record earlier this month . . . by base jumping off the north face of MOUNT EVEREST. RedBull sponsored it and posted footage of it on YouTube yesterday.
He jumped from about 23,700 feet above sea level . . . which was a record . . . reached speeds of 125 miles an hour, and landed on a glacier about 4,000 feet below.
Oh, and the temperature was right around ZERO when he jumped.
What have YOU done today?