New Jackass 3D Clip Blasts You In The Face With A Jet Engine

I'm not ashamed to admit it: I've been a fan of Jackass from the moment the first episode popped up on MTV back in 2000. I've been watching and laughing as the likes of Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Ryan Dunn and the others hurt themselves for the last ten years and never gotten sick of it. This Friday the crew returns for the first time in four years and I can assure you that you won't be disappointed. Now, just in case you can't go any longer without a taste, I have a brand new clip for you.

Some of the greatest Jackass stunts are inspired by works in other mediums and this clip is no exception. Modeled after the old Memorex ads, Ryan Dunn has set himself up in a leather chair and a suit with a nice lamp off to his left. But the force blowing him back doesn't come from the speaker in front of him, rather the giant jet that is blowing its exhaust right in his face. One can only imagine the intense heat and force being put on his body, but you'll probably be too busy laughing to really care. Let's face it, in the face of Jackass, we're all a little sadistic.

Check out the clip below.

Just in case you've missed them before, here's two more clips from Jackass 3D in which the Jackass boys go duck hunting and in which Johnny Knoxville gives out a big high five.

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