In the U.K., a 40-year-old man recently had a plastic fork surgically removed from his stomach after swallowing it. That’s bad enough, but when you consider that he ingested the item a decade ago, the story reaches all new levels of weird. We’ll never look at cutlery the same way again.
It’s always exciting to see a young prodigy rock out on a musical instrument (especially since we can barely carry a tune ourselves). But six-year-old pianist Ethan Walmark is all the more impressive since he has Autism Spectrum Disorder and has been playing songs by ear since the tender age of four.
On Thursday, Jiroemon Kimura of Japan, the world’s oldest living man and the third oldest man in recorded history, celebrated his 115th birthday. Happy birthday, Jiroemon! (It’s anybody’s guess how they fit that many candles on a cake.)
In a sure sign of our plastic surgery-obsessed times, the Quaker Oats man — who’s known as “Larry” for some reason — has been revamped to make him appear slightly slimmer and more youthful. But don’t worry — the oats themselves remain the same and are just as thick and gluey as you remember.
Given their terror-inducing nature, roller coasters can turn even the bravest thrill-seekers into whimpering babies. Watch as 10 men get much more than they bargained for on coasters and, for good measure, two giant slingshots. But, really, can anyone blame them? We’d probably cry for our mommies too.
During a live forecast this week, meteorologist Joe “Milo” Snedeker of WNEP-TV hilariously ranted and raved in what can only be described as a mini-meltdown. There’s a high pressure front of seriously ticked-off weatherman rolling in, folks.
It’s been one year since Ted Williams, the homeless “man with the golden voice,” became an overnight sensation after a video interview with a local reporter went viral. ‘Entertainment Tonight’ recently checked in with Williams to see how he’s fared since then.
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.
At some point, we’ve all been annoyed by TV commercials that run at an earsplitting volume. Fortunately, such ads will soon become a thing of the past thanks to the Federal Communications Commission. Finally, no more diving for the remote when ‘Two Broke Girls’ goes to commercial.
According to Banfield Pet Hospital’s list of the top 25 dog names of 2011, some timeless dog monikers, like “Ginger,” “Sadie,” “Coco” and “Max,” are still very much in use. But other names on the list may be somewhat more unfamiliar.
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