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The 15 Things A Man Must Know This Week

This week's edition is a chock-full of superlatives
by Mikey Agulto | Oct 24, 2014
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This week’s edition of 15 Things is a chock-full of superlatives. We’ve got the dish on the most amazing bike stunt we’ve ever seen, the biggest spider we hope to never see, and loads of other "whoa!" moments. Don’t waste any more time—read on, folks!

Whoa, Toys ‘R’ Us just came out with a series of Breaking Bad dolls! Sure, they were displayed in the “collectible” section and are actually marketed towards adults and teens, but did the makers seriously think they can get away with dolls that have miniature guns, tiny detachable bags of cash, and minuscule meth crystals?

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Social media artist Joel Strong’s Tumblr game is very strong. In his blog mydaywithleo, he displays photos of the people he meets while traipsing around NYC. Sort of like Humans Of New York, only the people’s faces are covered with magazine cut-outs of Hollywood celebs, notably Leonardo DiCaprio. We’ve found a new Internet gem!

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Photo via mydaywithleo.com

Kobe Bryant proves why he’s an NBA legend with this amazing behind-the-back pass to Carlos Boozer during the LA Lakers’ preseason game against the Utah Jazz. Boozer may have made the shot, but let’s be honest, that was just the cherry on top of an excellent play.

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Pinoy cosplayer Glen Corral just came up with the Johnny Depp cosplay to end all Johnny Depp cosplays: a mishmash of various characters that the notable actor has played during his career. How many character references can you identify?

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After doing an excellent job as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises, Tom Hardy is being eyed to play another villain in X-Men: Apocalypse. Given how good he was as Batman’s nemesis, he’ll probably be offered the role of Apocalypse, whom readers know as the guy who formed the Great Pyramid in Egypt and the commander of the Four Horsemen. Yay!