Mai Le Meur once took a shot in soccer. The ball hit the goalie square in the shins...but wait, it still went in!
Mai can make a basket in basketball. By placekicking a soccer ball.
She can also blend in perfectly with a white background by wearing maroon.
Mai with a soccer ball is more powerful than a 9mm handgun.
Mai might have been scheduled for a Super Smash Bros. Brawl inclusion. There is an unused character file under the name pra_mai. This would also explain the series where the soccer ball item comes from.
Jack Palance, when accepting his Best Supporting Actor Oscar for City Slickers in 1992, dropped to the ground and did 3 or 4 one-armed pushups, much to the delight of the crowd. Need we mention he was 73 at the time. Host Billy Crystal turned it into a running joke.
Had bungee jumped off the Hollywood sign.
Rendezvoused with the Space Shuttle in orbit.
Fathered all the children in a production number.
When Jack Bauer was told he was played by Kiefer Sutherland, Bauer killed Sutherland. Jack Bauer gets played by no man.
If Jack Bauer were in a room with Nina Myers, Osama Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein with a gun that only had two bullets, he'd shoot Nina. Twice.
"There have been no terrorist attacks on US soil since Jack Bauer appeared on television".
Jesus rose from the grave in three days. Jack Bauer took only slightly less than an hour... and did it twice.
The city of Los Angeles once named a street after Jack Bauer in gratitude for all of the times he had saved the city. They had to change the name back when so many people died while crossing it. No one crosses Jack Bauer and lives to tell the tale.
These, in turn, were originally inspired by the Bill Brasky sketches of Saturday Night Live. Chuck Norris has not, in fact, punched a hole in a cow just to see who was coming up the road. That was Brasky.
Hell of a salesman.
He gave a handjob to a manta ray.
The character Johnny Appleseed was based on Brasky... except for the part about planting apple seeds and not raping men!
Sometimes taken further and applied to Alan Moore's beard.
Actually, all Alan Moore facts apply to Alan Moore's beard - there is no Alan Moore, and what we see as such is just an illusory projection of the superdimensional consciousness inhabiting the beard in order to better interact with we lesser mortals. True story.
Many of the original Chuck Norris facts fit well for Cthulhu, but become rather creepy. This is partly because Cthulhu is canonically that badass. Nothing earthly H.P. Lovecraft knew of can kill him. (Although a steamship can stun him.)
Also it's revealed in the story In The Mountains Of Madness Cthulhu and it's spawn defeated The Elder Things, who both had and used nuclear weapons-making Cthulhu not a Memetic Badass, but a true one. And nukes hadn't even been invented yet when that was written.
The Norwegian Lars Monsen. Like Chuck Norris is the god of roundhouse kicks, he is a "god" of winter and cold. (Lars Monsen can cross the Milky Way on foot — in the winter.)
When Michael Phelps swims, he doesn't pull himself forward, he pushes the Earth backwards.
And then there's his giant, sports themed robot. GO PHELPSZORD GOOOOO.
Velimir "Bata" Zivojinovic◊ (yes, that's a beer bottle wrapper), a star of old Yugoslav WWII movies, most prominently Valter brani Sarajevo (Valter defends Sarajevo) which apparently became hilariously popular in China, had a series of similar memes attached to him, such as: " The bogyman checks under his bed for Chuck Norris. Chuck checks for Bata Zivoinovic."
An early form of this trope can be found in the tall tales told about giant mythological lumberjack Paul Bunyan, who, among other mighty feats, was said to have dug the Grand Canyon by dragging his ax behind him, and single-handedly cutting down the Sahara Forest.
Georg Prime from Suikoden II and V frequently has old Chuck Norris jokes attached to his name.
At a press conference in Iraq, someone threw a shoe (yes, a shoe) at George W. Bush. He dodged it and a meme has since developed that he can defeat anyone as long as they are wearing shoes.
For the record, Chuck Norris wears boots, so Bush can not defeat him.
Reginald VelJohnson (Carl Winslow from Family Matters) doesn't take cream or sugar for his coffee; he takes Chuck Norris's tears.
Made all the more interesting in how he came about: "Makmende" is how Kenyans mispronounced "Make my day" when Dirty Harry came out in Kenya. Eventually it became the Kenyan equivalent of Internet Tough Guy.
After Brazilian-Japanese defender Marcus Tulio Tanaka broke Didier Drogba's arm in a friendly match, he quickly became in Brazil "Tanaka, the Myth", with his own set of facts ("Ryu said he would he retire if Tanaka joined Street Fighter!").
There is endless debate about the existence of the human soul. Well, it does exist, and A.J. Holmes finds it delicious. 
Zefron and Taylor Lautner have posters of A.J. Holmes on their walls. 
Indian actor Rajnikanth has made a living portraying an over-the-top superhero version of himself. He does it so successfully, he's the biggest star in his sub-industry (Tamil movies). He isn't only popular in South India, though - the Japanese Rajni fan clubs are a source of much amusement in India.
Come to think of it, considering the huge number of Tamilian geeks/IT drones/tech support people both at home and in America, it came as a big surprise that Rajni wasn't on this list already.
In WW2 Japan didn't surrender because of America invading, they surrendered because they heard Jack Churchill was invaading. With Bagpipes!
LSU football coach Les Miles is starting to get a variant that's half Memetic Badass and half Memetic Dumbass. Examples (included because the linked article is an ESPN Insider exclusive and thus cannot be read by those who aren't signed up) include "runs with scissors around a swimming pool" and "goes south of the border and just to gargle with the water".
While not a celebrity by a commonly known name, the Dos Equis "Most Interesting Man in the World" certainly qualifies.