Friday, August 28, 2015

12 extreme ice bucket challenges

As the ice bucket challenge epidemic raises millions for ALS, some folks just naturally have to try to top everybody else. To them, we say, thanks!

12 extreme ice bucket challenges

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Wrestling promoter Vince McMahon left the ice bucket on his head after completing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Wrestling promoter Vince McMahon left the ice bucket on his head after completing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

As the ice bucket challenge epidemic raises millions for ALS, some folks just naturally have to try to top everybody else. To them, we say, thanks!

Below are a dozen favorites, plus a donation-notation finale.

Biggest Bucket (Zamboni): Hockey's Darryl Evans

Biggest Vehicle (Fire Truck): Zac Brown Band

Most Extreme, Overall: Hockey's Paul Bissonette

Geekiest (and one of the funniest): Bill Gates

Spoofiest (a la "Carrie"): Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl

Booziest: Chris Pratt

Richest Twist: Charlie Sheen

Wettest Finish: Actress Nina Dobrev

Most Shocking (Literally): Mark Kaye

For Philly-area ice-bucket challenges, see:
Amaro, Reid do ice bucket challenge
Local media personalities do ice bucket challenge"

Best Impression of Deep-Sea Diver: Vince McMahon

Most Ungodly Scream: Oprah Winfrey

Wimpiest With Actual Water (But Funny): Shaq

Best Reminder of What It's All About: Andrew Ranells

 

Contact staff writer Peter Mucha at 215-854-4342 or pmucha@phillynews.com. Follow @petemucha on Twitter.

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