As Nicky, the Pomeranian in this cute video, turns two-years-old (or 13 in dog years), he prepares for the traditional Jewish celebration of becoming a man. We’re talking about, of course, a “Bark Mitzvah.”
New York City is one of the few places where someone can break into spontaneous song on the subway and no one bats an eye. That’s exactly what happens here, as musician Jessica Latshaw plays a song on the ukulele while a man (who she’s never met before) accompanies on bongos.
In Vancouver, Canada, a courageous wheelchair-bound man wrestled a would-be robber to the ground during an attempted robbery at a convenience store. And a security camera caught the brave struggle on tape.
A four-piece band called the Koren Ensemble races through 15 TV theme songs in slightly more than two minutes in this awesome medley. It’s a mashup guaranteed to seriously test your couch potato knowledge.
On Dec. 28th, Bagaudin Marshani, Russia’s Minister of Labor and Social Development in the Southern Republic of Ingushetia, reported the capture of a Bigfoot-like creature by hunters. But, alas, it was quickly revealed that the “animal” was nothing more than a person in a suit.
Or was that just another hoax to hide the truth about Bigfoot?
As if Kathy Griffin stripping down to her bra during CNN’s New Year’s Eve coverage wasn’t bad enough, poor Anderson Cooper also had to contend with being abducted by the Green Goblin from the Broadway play ‘Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark.’ Fortunately, however, the webslinger himself was there to save the day.
A 13-year-old Australian girl has become an internet sensation for a video in which she makes her eyebrows dance. But the girl, whose name is Sarah, doesn’t simply wiggle her brows. Instead, she actually seems to move them independently of one another. It’s both freaky and hypnotic.
Clearly, adorable wire-haired dachshund Lola has something on her mind. So, while her owner films, Lola makes a noise that sounds startlingly similar to the words, “Oh, no!” Has Lola met “No No No” cat?
Eleven-year-old Jared Flanders willfully disobeyed his father and left his Massachusetts home one day last week without an accompanying adult. But Jared had a good reason to defy his dad, since his objective was to attend a funeral for a firefighter killed during the line of duty.
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