Two-year old Noah Joel really wanted to see his sick grandmother in the hospital. So he pulled a stunt that darn near gave his mom a heart attack.
The toddler from Hameln, Germany snuck out his room when his mother thought he was playing. Then he grabbed his trusty toy bike and paddled toward where he believed the hospital and his granny to be. For provisions, Joel filled a backpack with candy.
Ryan Kitching’s mom had been nagging him to clean his room, as moms tend to do. When the 19-year-old from Midlothian, Scotland finally relented and attacked the mess, he found 12 old lottery tickets.
Figuring they must all be losers, he thought about throwing the tickets out with the rest of the junk. But then he had a “strange feeling” that he should check the numbers, and when he did, he was nearly $85,000 richer.
Turkey fryers can be dangerous, and if you’re not careful with them your Thanksgiving could end in disaster. If you don’t believe us just listen to your friend William Shatner, who shot this cautionary tale of a turkey fryer gone awry for State Farm Insurance. Watch what happens when Capt. Kirk meets Thanksgiving below.
These suburban explorers have captured on camera the most mystical of beasts — a pugicorn. And a smashing “pugicorn” she is. (Though he does not look happy.) Catch a rare sighting of this mythical beast below.
Ready for something scarier than your checking account balance? Folks who tried to make a withdrawal from this ATM machine got more than they bargained for in the form of a snake who lived in the device. As if the hidden charges most banks try to pull aren’t bad enough. Now we have to dodge snakes at the ATM? Back to hiding our cash under the mattress for us.
Actually, “Snakes in the ATM” would be a great Samuel L. Jackson movie. Watch a particularly scary ATM visit below.
92-year-old Louise Neistat has been teaching tap dance out of her attic for over forty years. Even at her advanced age she still holds classes six days a week, and imparts her years of experience on her many students.
Before becoming a teacher, Louise danced professionally as a Rockette during World War II. One of the great regrets of her life is that her father never saw her dance with New York City’s famed Radio City Music Hall troupe, because he died of cancer right before her debut.
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