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High Schooler's Diving Fail Results in Face Plant33s

High Schooler's Diving Fail Results in Face Plant

Taylor Gaby took to the pool at an Indiana high school to put her diving skills to the test. Unfortunately, her hopes of performing the perfect dive came crashing down when she face planted into the water. Credit: Taylor Gaby via Storyful

Salon In Taiwan Creates Trump 'Hair Tattoo'2m45s

Salon In Taiwan Creates Trump 'Hair Tattoo'

Even though we are nearing its end, it would seem that 2017 is the gift that keeps on giving, even when you really don't want it to. Here we have the perfect example. A hair salon in Taiwan has created a Donald Trump “hair tattoo” for a client who is evidently a huge fan of the US president. Footage showing the process behind the bizarre but intricate cut, which began to gain online attention on December 6, was first posted on September 25 to the salon’s Facebook account. The salon shared photos of a man who made the extremely questionable decision of having his haircut in the shape of Donald Trump's face. By the end of the session, the man had an image of the president’s face on the back of his head, probably placed there so that he might watch his back, complete with an orange comb-over, which was achieved by dyeing some of the client’s own hair. It's not clear why anybody would do this to themselves. We're going to assume that he lost a bet and it was either this or face tattoos. We will not poke the sleeping lion here and ask for footage of someone who does in fact have the POTUS’ face tattooed in ink on his face. It is there forever! Changhua-based XB Hair 沙龍ζ has also created hair designs featuring the Lion King, Guy Fawkes, the Mona Lisa, and many more. Credit: Facebook/XB-Hair-沙龍ζ via Storyful

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Published: December 6, 2017Updated: December 7, 2017115 views
Lola the Chihuahua is a Total Boss With Goat Kids2m06s

Lola the Chihuahua is a Total Boss With Goat Kids

Lola might be tiny at only two pounds but she knows exactly who is boss and is able to herd goats as well as any other pooch, according to her carers at Sunflower Farm Creamery. The chihuahua/maltise/yorkie mix is seen playing with eight-month-old Nigerian dwarf goat kids Tess and Mildred and later playing the cat Virginia. The pup has been a dutiful helper at the farm in Cumberland County, Maine. In 2015, when she was just a puppy, Lola was a useful farm hand who loved helping with chores. Credit: Sunflower Farm Creamery via Storyful

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Published: December 7, 2017163 views
Smoke Blankets Los Angeles as Skirball Wildfire Burns46s

Smoke Blankets Los Angeles as Skirball Wildfire Burns

Smoke billowed from the 150-acre Skirball Fire on Wednesday, December 6, blanketing Los Angeles, California. The Los Angeles Times reported the fire had destroyed multiple homes and was continuing to grow, fueled by Santa Ana winds. The fire was first reported at 4:52 am, prompting fire officials to order evacuations in several Bel Air neighborhoods. The 405 Freeway was completely shut down, but reopened on Wednesday afternoon. Credit: Instagram/davery90230 via Storyful

Little Boy Finds Santa's Footprints On Christmas Morning2m22s

Little Boy Finds Santa's Footprints On Christmas Morning

Christmas morning is the time when we all find out whether we have been naughty or nice this year. If Santa has brought us the gifts we asked for, then that means that we behaved well. This part of the year is probably the most significant for every child. Their lists of toys can be meters long! Archie's Christmas morning was once-in-a-lifetime event. Santa Claus had come to his house and brought him lots of presents. He is about to find that out in the most endearing way possible. On Christmas morning, little Archie discovers something magical in his house. He wakes up early in the morning, dressed in his elf onesie, anxious to see what is waiting for him under the Christmas tree. Still sleepy and confused, he notices his daddy Mike calling him to go and check whether they have had visitors during the night. When the lights turn on and Archie sees the snowy footprints in the hallway, he can't contain his excitement for what he finds. As he and his parents walk through the house, he notices more and more evidence that Santa Claus visited them while they were asleep. "Whose feet are these? – Santa's." He goes straight to the Christmas tree to see what was left behind.A pile of presents is waiting for him there. "It is all for me? – It is all for you. - I like it!" Careful not to step in Santa's footprints, Archie goes out to check whether Rudolph has eaten his sugar cookies. Pure happiness and a huge smile on his little face. Mom and dad, sincere congratulations on your creativity. Credit: Facebook/Mike Ralton via Storyful

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Published: December 6, 2017108 viewsVirality: 2%
Carpet Python Casually Cruises Through Sunshine Coast Garden31s

Carpet Python Casually Cruises Through Sunshine Coast Garden

A carpet python was spotted casually chilling in a Buddina, Queensland backyard shortly before an intense storm barrelled through the Sunshine Coast on December 5. Pinky Grusovin said he saw the two-metre reptile trying to get into his property through a side door before disappearing into a passionfruit vine. “Then I went out again and came home a few hours later,” Grusovin said. “I was home not 10 minutes when I caught movement in my peripheral vision on the balcony and was coming towards my open doors.” He said he tried to pick it up but it was a “little testy and wary” and so just watched the snake cruising by pot-plants, as seen in this video. Credit: Instagram/pinkdetta via Storyful

Police Monitor High Tide at Manly Beach13s

Police Monitor High Tide at Manly Beach

An unusually high tide at Manly Beach attracted crowds and emergency services on Wednesday, December 6, after powerful waves forced the closure of a number of north shore beaches, the Manly Daily reported. According to the ABC a supermoon caused Sydney Harbour to spill over, with the king tide reaching 2.03 metres earlier in the week. Credit: Instagram/Vaughan Monamy via Storyful

LA Helicopter Crews Navigate Through Smoke to Save Homes From Skirball Fire38s

LA Helicopter Crews Navigate Through Smoke to Save Homes From Skirball Fire

Helicopter crews with the Los Angeles County Fire Department had to fly through thick smoke in an attempt to save homes from the Skirball Fire on Wednesday, December 6. The fire started Wednesday morning near the Bel-Air neighborhood of Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Times reported the fire had destroyed between four to six homes and was continuing to grow, fueled by Santa Ana winds. The fire had grown to 150 acres by Wednesday afternoon. On December 5, a state of emergency was issued by California Governor Jerry Brown due to the Rye and Creek fires burning in Ventura County. Across southern California, roughly 180 structures have reportedly been destroyed since the Thomas, Creek, Rye and Skirball fires have started. Credit: Los Angeles County Fire Department Air Operations Section via Storyful

Protesters Defend DACA in Front of Capitol Building in Washington7m27s

Protesters Defend DACA in Front of Capitol Building in Washington

Demonstrators marched on the US Capitol in Washington, D.C., on December 6 to protest the repeal of DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which would cause recipients to lose immigration protections. A group of protesters sat on the steps of the capitol building and were arrested en masse according to people on the scene. This video shows the protest after the arrest. Credit: Twitter/Nick Guthman via Storyful

Demonstrators March on Washington to Protest DACA Repeal34s

Demonstrators March on Washington to Protest DACA Repeal

Demonstrators marched on the US Capitol in Washington, D.C., on December 6 to protest the repeal of DACA, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, which would cause recipients to lose immigration protections. A group of protesters sat on the steps of the capitol building and were arrested en masse according to people on the scene. Credit: Instagram/Susana Nava via Storyful

Skirball Fire Closes Portion of Interstate 405, Forces Evacuations1m14s

Skirball Fire Closes Portion of Interstate 405, Forces Evacuations

California resident Eric Smith captured dramatic video of the Skirball Fire on Interstate 405 in Los Angeles on December 6. The 150-acre brush fire ignited early Wednesday morning in the Sepulveda Pass, according to reports. The fire prompted mandatory evacuations and closed parts of the 405 Freeway. The fire has engulfed at least one home and threatens multimillion-dollar homes in the Bel-Air neighborhood, according to a report from the LA Times. Credit: Eric Smith via Storyful

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Published: December 6, 201720 views
Buffalo Graze as Flurries Fly in Wolfforth, Texas41s

Buffalo Graze as Flurries Fly in Wolfforth, Texas

The buffalo grazing on a patch of land in Wolfforth, Texas, didn’t let snow flurries stop them from doing their thing on Wednesday, December 6. The National Weather Service in Lubbock reported light snow but substantial snowfall was not expected. Credit: Facebook/Addington Buffalo Company via Storyful

Santa Ana Winds Fuel Skirball Fire, Homes Destroyed Near Bel-Air23s

Santa Ana Winds Fuel Skirball Fire, Homes Destroyed Near Bel-Air

Multiple homes were destroyed on Wednesday, December 6, after the Skirball Fire ignited along a hillside near Bel-Air, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California. By 9:40am, the fire grew to roughly 150 acres, the Los Angeles Times reported. The cause of the fire has not been identified, but the area was under a red flag warning. Santa Ana winds were blowing around 25mph, which fire officials said caused the fire to continue growing, with a warning the blaze could get bigger. These videos were taken along the 405 Freeway and show the fire burning near the Getty Center. Portions of the freeway were shut down as firefighters worked to combat the fire. Credit: YouTube/Eric Matsuura via Storyful

Firefighters Battle Blaze Near NYC's Grand Central Terminal41s

Firefighters Battle Blaze Near NYC's Grand Central Terminal

Firefighters battled a two-alarm fire in an office building over New York City’s Grand Central Terminal on Wednesday, December 6. An electrical fire broke out in a supply closet on the mezzanine level of the Graybar Building, a news report said. Six people suffered smoke inhalation, the report said, and three of them were taken to the hospital. People inside the office building were initially told to stay in place, but workers left on their own after seeing smoke. The Grand Central incident broke out at the same time firefighters responded to a track fire at New York’s Penn Station. Credit: Instagram/faranakny via Storyful

Stirball Fire Causes Traffic Jam Along 405 Freeway Near Bel Air1m01s

Stirball Fire Causes Traffic Jam Along 405 Freeway Near Bel Air

Interstate 405 was closed in both directions and mandatory evacuations were ordered on Wednesday, December 6, after the Stirball Fire ignited near Bel Air, a neighborhood in Los Angeles, California. By 8 am Wednesday, the fire had grown to 50 acres and several homes in Bel Air were caught in it, according to the Los Angeles Times. Fire officials told reporters the fire was being fueled by 25 mph Santa Ana winds, and “would likely grow.” Credit: Instagram/sweet_boxers via Storyful

Skirball Fire Burns Along LA's 405 Freeway, Evacuations Ordered34s

Skirball Fire Burns Along LA's 405 Freeway, Evacuations Ordered

Mandatory evacuation orders were issued on Wednesday, December 6, after the Skirball Fire burned along the 405 Freeway. The fire started just after 4 am and was accompanied by 25 mph Santa Ana winds, according to NBC Los Angeles. The Los Angeles Times reported more than 50 acres had burned by 6:20 am Wednesday and homes were on fire. Traffic was congested after Caltrans ordered the closure of the 405 Freeway between the 101 and 10 freeways, the report said. This video shows the fire burning along the highway, as well as the gridlock conditions. Credit: Instagram/raw__g via Storyful

Skirball Fire Breaks Out Near Interstate 405 in Los Angeles34s

Skirball Fire Breaks Out Near Interstate 405 in Los Angeles

The Skirball Fire broke out near Brentwood in Los Angeles, California, along the Interstate 405 on December 6, according to reports. This video recorded by Africa Miranda shows the fire by the roadside as she was on her way to LAX airport. Credit: Africa Miranda via Storyful

Rapidly Growing Fire Destroys Ranch in North Los Angeles3m52s

Rapidly Growing Fire Destroys Ranch in North Los Angeles

A rapidly growing fire in the foothills of the Angeles National Forest destroyed 30 homes on December 5, the LA Times said. As this video shows, flames tore through barns and other structures at Middle Ranch in Lake View Terrace as firefighters arrived on site to tame the blaze. The fire burned above Sylmar and Lake View Terrace, tearing through 11,000 acres. Earlier in the day, a horse running away from the fire near Sylmar had to be rescued after falling and getting stuck in a crevice, local station KTVU reported. Southern California has been plagued by brush fires this week, a result of dry weather and the strong Santa Ana winds. In Ventura, the fast-moving Thomas fire in Venture burned over 50,000 acres, while the Rye fire scorched 5,000 acres in Santa Clarita. Credit: Facebook/Jorge Hidalgo via Storyful

Man Rescues Turtle After It Gets Caught in a Fishing Hook3m07s

Man Rescues Turtle After It Gets Caught in a Fishing Hook

Rob Merlino was fishing off Venice Pier in Florida on December 4 when he felt his rod move and thought he hooked a big fish – but it was a turtle instead. Austin Selby then dove in to help the turtle, as seen in this video, recorded by Jeffrey Hyde. The fishing line had become tangled around the turtle’s neck and one of its fins, according to reports. Hyde told reporters, “At one point, he reached in to get the hook out and the turtle really fast just nipped and just missed him…but that would’ve taken his hand right off.” After about 15 minutes Selby unhooked the turtle, saving it from being strangled by the fishing hook. Credit: Jeffrey Hyde via Storyful

Thomas Fire Engulfs Apartment Complex in Downtown Ventura9s

Thomas Fire Engulfs Apartment Complex in Downtown Ventura

A wildfire spreading through Ventura County, California, engulfed an apartment complex on December 5, reportedly destroying all the units. This video is described as showing the Hawaiian Village apartment complex engulfed in flames. Credit: Instagram/midar1111 via Storyful

Man Skates Trolley Down Driveway on Moving Day and Hilarity Ensues31s

Man Skates Trolley Down Driveway on Moving Day and Hilarity Ensues

Moving home is often a stressful situation. Blake and his buddy Craig decided to have a little fun on moving day by skating a trolley down this driveway, in Richmond, Virginia. Unfortunately for Craig, when the improvised skateboard picked up speed, he lost his balance and came crashing down onto the asphalt, bringing audible joy to the unsympathetic onlookers. Credit: Blake Serrano via Storyful

Girl Explains How She "Crop Dusted" a Cop2m46s

Girl Explains How She "Crop Dusted" a Cop

When Kristen Tuff, from Arkansas, broke wind while driving, she had not expected to be pulled over by a cop. As she rolled down her window to speak to the officer, he was “crop dusted” with the intense smell and had to take a step back. As seen in the video, Kristen was rather amused by it all. Credit: Kristen Tuff Scott via Storyful

Cool Cat Looks Dapper in Scarf and Shades38s

Cool Cat Looks Dapper in Scarf and Shades

Meet Yves the Maine Coon cat, whose impressive glasses collection is probably bigger than yours. Based in Vienna, Austria, Yves and brother Joy are quite the cat models. As seen in the video, Yves was on a shoot sporting sporting a fabulous look. Credit: yves_the_cat via Storyful