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This Wednesday, The Sixth Sense and Armageddon actor Bruce Willis appeared at the opening ceremony of the Phillies-Brewers game to perform the first pitch.

But despite his batting lessons prior to the game and his years as John McClane, Bruce Willis' pitch arguably wasn't to "die hard" for.


The actor can be seen in multiple pictures and videos standing before the mound.

Willis pitched a ball that landed on a bounce in front of the Phillies catcher.

You can see it in this popular NBC Sports recap.

Like most embarrassing moments, onlookers have taken to Twitter to preserve the memory.

In multiple video renditions of Willis's first pitch, boos, shouts of encouragement and laughter can be heard immediately after his pitch landed on a bounce.

Of course, there have also been Die Hard references—and puns—aplenty.

They have been as chilling as the final resolution in The Sixth Sense (okay, maybe we won't go that far, but some of these tweets are ruthless).







Whether or not he can throw a Philly-worthy pitch at a Brewers game, Bruce Willis is still a neat guy—and maybe a little bit of a love machine (at least in his die-hard love for the Phillies).

After all, Willis made over 70 movies. He was too busy to learn how to throw a ball?


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Game of Thrones fans are a passionate lot.

For eight seasons they wrung their hands and argued back and forth about who would sit on the iron throne and rule the seven kingdoms in the end.

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Alright ladies and gentlemen, time for a pop quiz.

The first question is, what do the lyrics...

"And I am telling you..."
"Once there was a way to get back homeward"
"To a deluxe apartment in the sky"

...all have in common?

If you guessed Jennifer Hudson slaying them, you'd be correct!

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Bye Felicia!

Best friends for life! That's the motto. Friends before lovers because lovers come and go. The list of friendship mantras is endless. So you would think that means everyone sees their relationships with the people they call their closest, not blood related, chosen family will be endless. No expirations date. Sadly this is not always the case. Sometimes people do just come and go in your life, actually the older you get you realize most people come and go and ninety percent of the time, the going is the best thing that happens. It's not the happiest fact but it is often the sanest. Life is long, you can have many besties.

Redditor u/HairyFaithlessness was interested in hearing some the best reasons behind... Why don't you talk to your once "best friend" anymore? Pay attention for yourself in these. Red flags are afoot.

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A Jeopardy! contestant underestimated host Alex Trebek's intelligence when he clarified a gambling phrase in layman's terms.

James Holzhauer is a Las Vegas sports gambler, which is something not that different from playing the popular TV trivia game show.

He wagered "two dimes" and the brief silence that followed prompted Holzhauer to explain what he meant in case the omniscient host was in the dark.

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