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Thief Gets Instant Karma As She Slips And Breaks Her Leg2m07s

Thief Gets Instant Karma As She Slips And Breaks Her Leg

Doesn't take a genius to identity the benefits to having a camera on your doorbell. The first is that you can see who's on your doorstep. One opportunistic thief learned quickly that crime doesn't pay, after she badly broke her leg in the middle of stealing packages off someone's doorstep. 'Epic fail,' as the phrase goes. The instant karma took place on a porch in a quiet suburban street in Snohomish County, Washington, leaving her accomplice with no option but to come and save her. Despite the thief's serious injury, the pair still managed to get away with the goods - although there was probably some explaining to do in ER afterwards. Home security footage captured by residents of the home showed the thieves rocking up not long after a UPS delivery man had dropped off three parcels at the side door of the property. Couldn't they have just delivered a card? Or left the packages with a neighbour? The thief is then shown driving past in her black car and, spotting the unguarded parcels just left on the doorstep, jumping out of the vehicle to have a go at nabbing them. Running over the garden to pick up the parcels, the thief disappears out of view as she picks up her illegal haul and comes back into shot cradling the goods. But as she tries to quickly make her way back to the getaway car, she is shown slipping on wet grass and breaking her leg in the process. Time for our best Nelson Muntz impression: 'Ha ha!' Luckily for the would-be thief, her accomplice spots that she's fallen flat on her backside and leaps out of the car to help, even going so far as to carry her in his arms back to the car. Having successfully saved the floundering thief from herself, the woman's accomplice then makes his way back for the boxes before the pair drive off with their illegally gotten haul. One of the residents of the house, Lizeth Ababneh, caught the theft on her security system. While she said that she found the video funny - because, y'know, of course it is - it wasn't entirely a laughing matter as the boxes contained medication for her husband. Apparently, that wasn't the only house the bumbling thieves hit, as they also reportedly stole from one of Ababneh's neighbours' houses during their little spree. The local county sheriff's office is now investigating the theft. A quick check of the local hospital records should identify the culprit, right?

Baby Is Born Without Arms Or Legs – Watch The Tearful Moment He ‘Walks’ For The First Time1m07s

Baby Is Born Without Arms Or Legs – Watch The Tearful Moment He ‘Walks’ For The First Time

You might think that 4-years-old seems a little late for a child to start walking for the first time, but what made this moment so emotional and so special is the fact that the little boy doesn’t have any arms or legs. Whiddon was only 18 weeks pregnant when she went to the doctor for an ultrasound and received devastating news. Their son, Camden, wasn’t developing any limbs — he was diagnosed with a condition called amelia-phocomelia. After the diagnosis, the mother of three was afraid that her son would struggle to do even the simplest of tasks throughout life. “When I first found out he wouldn’t have arms or legs, I thought that he would just be a vegetable … I didn’t know what to expect,” she told People. “I had just turned 19 and I didn’t know, ‘Am I gonna be able to be good enough for him?’ ” Despite her fears, Camden was going to prove to be an extremely brave, strong, and inspiring little boy. Nothing was going to stop him or slow him down in this world. “When he was around 2 months old, I had him laying on my bed…I saw him out the corner of my eye and he was hitting the toys with his arms. I started to cry, I was just so happy and that confirmed that he was gonna be able to do things.” Camden is seen standing in front of Whiddon’s boyfriend, Cole Greene; Greene encourages the adorable little boy as his sister cheers him on in the background. “I’m coming to you!” Camden says excitedly. “I’m walking!” After sliding across the floor, Camden makes it to his dad and his 3-year-old sister, Ryleigh, jumps in excitement for his big brother. It was such a magical moment that proved to everyone in the room that Camden could conquer and accomplish anything his little heart desired. During the emotional video, both Greene and Camden are ecstatic because he’s “walking like Nick,” referring to motivational speaker and author Nick Vujicic who was born with a similar syndrome as Camden. “We started crying, we were so proud,” Whiddon said about the inspiring moment. “I didn’t know when that day would come. I didn’t think he was ready for it yet and I was just so shocked and happy. It was so exciting and Ryleigh was over there jumping, excited.” Camden’s incredible feat was filmed and posted on Facebook. It has since been viewed and shared thousands of times. Whiddon is confident that her strong and determined little boy is going to do great things in the world. “Call it mother’s intuition, but I feel like he’s gonna be one of those motivational speakers and now, giving him the exposure will give him a platform so when he’s ready to speak for himself he will have people who actually want to listen to him and care about what he has to say.” There’s no doubt the Camden is destined for greatness. When you watch the video below, you’ll find yourself tearing up as well.

Dad’s Reaction To 2-Mth-Old Getting Shots Has Already Melted Our Hearts2m43s

Dad’s Reaction To 2-Mth-Old Getting Shots Has Already Melted Our Hearts

Any parent will tell you that when their child gets hurt, it hurts them worse. Watching your child go through any kind of pain – whether emotional or physical – is heartwrenching. New dad Antwon Lee experienced this firsthand when he had to take his two-month-old son Debias King to the pediatrician for a round of vaccines. It’s clear from a video taken in the room that this father and son already have a very strong bond. As the nurse gave Debias the medicine before giving him the shots, Antwon held him close and tried to comfort him. “You’re taking it like a champ!” he encouraged his little one. “Stay strong. Look at me.” “I know you’re gonna cry, but it’s okay to cry,” he added, anticipating what lay ahead. As you watch, it’s clear the pep talk isn’t only for Debias. Antwon is trying to psych himself up, knowing it’s going to break his heart to see his son in pain. Antwon held Debias’ hand as the nurse came over to give him his shots. Predictably, the baby began to cry as he got stuck with the needles. Antwon bathed his face with kisses and continued to give him words of encouragement. It seemed as though he was trying to hold back his own tears in the moment. Once it was all over, Antwon joked around with his son and the nurses, holding Debias close and asking him to tell him what the nurses had done to him as his cries slowly subsided. Antwon shared the video on Facebook, never expecting it to go viral, but it’s clear it has resounded with many parents’ hearts all over the world. The video has already been viewed over 12 million times in just a few days! While he didn’t expect to gain internet fame, Antwon said he is glad he did and hopes other fathers will see the video and be encouraged to be in their kids’ lives. “I want fathers to be in their child’s life,” he said. “Every father should take care of their child and show up for things like doctor’s appointments.” He revealed that the same day the video was posted his own father passed away, making the moment he had with his son all the more precious. As he grieves his own father’s passing, he is filled with even more gratitude for Debias. “I signed up for fatherhood,” he said. “And I thank God that I did.” Watch the precious video of Antwon and Debias below:

‘Granny Pods’ Allow Your Aging Parents To Live In Your Backyard3m39s

‘Granny Pods’ Allow Your Aging Parents To Live In Your Backyard

Looking for a place for your elderly parent(s) to live? If you don’t have enough space in your home and don’t want them to go into a nursing home, MEDCottages, also known as “Granny Pods,” are the latest rage. And though it seems like the MEDCottage is meant to prevent loneliness, I fear it may promote it. In the next 10 years, America’s elderly population is said to double. According to AARP surveys, many older people would rather live at home or with family versus elsewhere. I know, in people’s final years, the quality of their lives is key, and MEDCottages do appear to have many pluses. The look of a MEDCottage reminds me of a guest house—only, with nursing home amenities inside. But, instead of renting it to just anyone, you purchase the MEDCottage for your loved one. Prices for the MEDCottage Classic range from $85,000 to $125,000. Sizes And Styles The cottages average 12 by 24 feet and are comparable to the size of a master bedroom. There are two other styles, in addition to the MEDCottage Classic: the LivingRoo (designed to fit into a garage space) and the MotherShip (designed on an RV platform). Both of these options cost less than the MEDCottage Classic, but exact pricing was not available at the time of publication. A company in Blacksburg, Virginia, created the MEDCottages, and Virginia Tech helped out, too. As long as your backyard is properly zoned for it, you can build a MEDCottage of your own. The interior is like a mini nursing home and contains high-tech medical equipment, like hand railings, a video camera system so you could see what’s going on inside—i.e., if your parent needs help—and a soft floor to protect the person if they fall. Plus, it’s ADA compliant, meaning there’s enough room for someone to get around in a wheelchair. There’s also something called a “virtual companion,” which will play messages like, “it’s time to take your medication.” While all these high-tech features sound nice, doesn’t having a “virtual companion” defeat the purpose of your loved one being in your very own backyard? Wouldn’t a family member want to be there in person to make sure that his or her parent takes his or her pills? Will the cottages ward off family members from visiting their elderly parents in the cottages? Will they think, “Well, my mom is fine—she’s right in the backyard, and the video camera will let me know if something’s wrong”? Better Than A Nursing Home? My grandmother is 93 and lived with my mother—under the same roof, not a MEDCottage—up until last year. My grandma’s bimonthly falls soon turned into weekly ones, then daily ones. At the same time, my mom had multiple hip surgeries and couldn’t walk or bend down well. Private nursing care was getting more and more expensive, and my mom eventually chose a nursing home for my grandma. My grandma had been in and out of several (not-so-great ones) over the years, between hospital stays, and the one she’s in now seems like the best in terms of keeping the residents busy with activities (like trivia and afternoon tea and ice cream socials), outings to restaurants, and so forth. The nursing home makes sure that residents stay active and are not left alone. In addition, my mother and I take turns visiting my grandma, so someone is there every day. On the one hand, the MEDCottages seem better than an average nursing home… but only if the family members living in the main house actually spend time with their elderly loved ones. My main fear is that the family in the main house would not visit the cottage often enough and the elderly parent(s) would feel even more lonely than they were before, or more lonely than if they had companionship at a nursing home. While, yes, one’s aging parents may like the sense of independence the MEDCottages seem to provide, the independence comes at a price—potential loneliness. So, while I commend the invention of the MEDCottage, I’m still a fan of an elderly family member living in the main house, not outside of it, alone. But, as we know, what happens to the elderly when they cannot care for themselves is an ever-changing and controversial issue. In the end, I think it’s a case-by-case basis—or, in this instance, a pod-by-pod basis.

Animal Looks Like A Teddy Bear1m46s

Animal Looks Like A Teddy Bear

The Ili Pika is quite possibly one of the cutest creatures on the entire planet. However, in a few years, they might not exist at all. First discovered in 1983, the Ili Pika, formerly known as Ochotona iliensis, is native to a very remote region in China. They are absolutely adorable, but sadly, these teddy bear look-alikes have a population less than 1,000. Li Weidong discovered the sweet animal in the Xinjiang region of northwestern China and has watched its numbers decline dramatically ever since. Li estimates that its population has seen a decline of up to 70% since 1983. In 2008, the relative of the rabbit was put on the endangered species list, but sadly, there is no conservation group or organization to research or protect the ili pika. The fluffy mammal is just under 8 inches long and lives in the high elevations of the mountains, feeding on grass. Global warming seems to be the main cause of the ili pikas disappearance, Li suspects. Rising temperatures have caused the snow levels to become higher and higher, forcing the ili pikas to move up the mountains. The animals used to be found at elevations around 10,500 to 11,100 feet, but now, they seem to be living around altitudes of 13,450 feet — an undeniably drastic difference. When Li first made their discovery, he estimated a population of 2,900 ili pikas. Today, the population is about a third of that number. “I discovered the species, and I watched as it became endangered,” Li told CNN. “If it becomes extinct in front of me, I’ll feel so guilty.” Li has decided to take the research and conservation into his own hands. In 2014, he organized a group of 20 volunteers to help track the ili pikas and do some population estimation. The group endearingly dubbed the ili pika the ‘magic rabbit.’ Li has spent over $23,000 of his own money funding the research for this unique mammal and receives occasional grants from the World Wide Fund for Nature. However, it’s not the lack of funding that upsets him the most; it’s the lack of recognition of the ili pika’s grave danger. “This tiny species could be extinct any time,” he said. “They don’t exist in the sites where they used to be anymore.” Li has been urging and pressing for the establishment of a nature reserve for the ili pika; however, as of late, it seems to have fallen on deaf ears.

Rooftopper Accidentally Films His Own Death58s

Rooftopper Accidentally Films His Own Death

Well-known Chinese rooftop climber Wu Yongning, who had thousands of follows on social media platform Weibo for his dramatic short videos, has died while performing a stunt. The 26-year-old died after falling from a 62-storey building in Changsha, the capital city of China's Hunan province, while performing one of his signature skyscraper performances. He died on 8 November, but it wasn't until a month later that his death was confirmed in a post on Chinese social media by his gilfriend. His death was also caught on camera. Contains Disturbing Images: Yongning's posts warn viewers not to imitate his dangerous stunts, and that he had had martial arts training. He had also previously taken part in some TV and film productions - but it was his rooftop performances that drummed up the most attention on social media - and, according to local media, these were the most lucrative, too. According to the BBC, a family member was quoted as saying he was participating in a 'rooftopping' challenge with 100,000 yuan (£11,300 / $15,100) at stake in prize money. However, the details of the competition, and its sponsor is unclear. "He planned to propose to his girlfriend (the day after the challenge)," the South China Morning Post quoted his step-uncle as saying. "He needed the money for the wedding, and for medical treatment for his ailing mother." Friends and fans have taken to Weibo to respond to the news, with fellow rooftopper Charlie_7U posting a photo taken with Yongning and saying: "He went a bit over the top, always trying things that are beyond his ability." "I have even saved him once... we stopped playing together," he added. But not everyone had positive comments to make about Yongning's death. One other user said: "Why would you seek attention in such a dangerous way, just for your fans? "I became speechless after I found out from news that you were doing all that to pay for your ill mother's hospital treatment. You are one of those people in this world, you will do anything for your loved ones, absolutely anything." Rooftopping involves climbing extremely tall buildings without safety equipment, which has become a popular trend across the globe recently. Many climbers say that the use of safety equipment detracts from the experience of rooftopping. "The moment you start wearing safety equipment is the moment you've got doubt and when you've got doubt, that's when things can go wrong," UK climber James Kington said, speaking to the BBC last year. "It completely changes the way you look at things. You see everything as a possibility rather than walls restricting you."

Dogs Unexpected Reaction To Own Fart30s

Dogs Unexpected Reaction To Own Fart

It’s that time of day again, the pièce de résistance to your internet browsing… A 7-month-old German Shepard named Lucy looking confused by one of her own farts. I know what you’re thinking, this is high-art, poetry if you will! But hey, I’m merely the messenger to this beautiful piece of theatrical performance art. Once this beautiful white pup squeaks out a fart, you can see the puzzling look on her face before she hesitates to then have a sniffle of her own brand. Lucy, you are one grim dog, but others would simply see it as fact-checking.

Girl Loses It When Family Dog Destroys Elf On The Shelf So Mom Rushes Him To The Emergency Room1m24s

Girl Loses It When Family Dog Destroys Elf On The Shelf So Mom Rushes Him To The Emergency Room

It’s a Christmas miracle for one unlucky Elf on the Shelf! The Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children shared the amazing story of one toy elf that they helped “save.” Orlando mom Jenn Thelen awoke on December 5, 2017, to the screams of her 7-year-old daughter, Aubrie. But the little girl wasn’t hurt or in danger — she was just reacting to the horrible discovery that their German shepherd, Zoey, had gotten her paws on the Thelen family’s Elf on the Shelf, Sam. Zoey ripped the poor elf to pieces, even severing his limbs. But thanks to Jenn’s quick thinking, all hope wasn’t lost. Jenn is the nurse manager for the ER at Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children. She assured her little girl that the special medical team there would be able to save the elf. Jenn took Sam (along with all of his ripped pieces) with her to work that morning. The staff in the trauma bay at the hospital played along, putting their utmost care into “saving” Sam’s life. Their efforts were recorded in a video, which the hospital later shared on their Facebook page. From there, the story went viral. Check out the video below to see the hospital staff’s efforts to save Sam and the sweet moment that he and Aubrie were reunited at home — far from Zoey’s reach.

15-Yr-Old Takes Mic For National Anthem - 1st Note Leaves Crowd Slack-Jawed2m35s

15-Yr-Old Takes Mic For National Anthem - 1st Note Leaves Crowd Slack-Jawed

Many of us remember what it’s like to be 15. Acne. Homework. Practice. Rinse and repeat. It can be a tough age. Which makes me that much more impressed when I see teens like Sam Keith. Sam was a 15-year-old Sophomore at Nashoba Regional High School in Massachusetts when he was asked to sing the national anthem before his own football game… and his voice sent chills down everyone’s spines. Some may have been surprised to see a football player step up to the mic– but not Sam’s friends, who know him as a singer and actor at the school. Upon the first note, it’s obvious Sam has a stunning voice. … The notes Sam belts sound less like they could come out of someone not even old enough to legally drive and more like they belong to a figure like this: Just listen to Sam below, and share this teen’s incredible talent today!

Female Cop Killed in Line of Duty. Daughter Left to Raise Younger Siblings by Herself2m47s

Female Cop Killed in Line of Duty. Daughter Left to Raise Younger Siblings by Herself

You may remember the story of NYPD Detective Miosotis Familia, the 48-year-old officer and mother who was shot and killed in cold blood on July 5. While sitting in a department mobile control unit, a deranged gunman with a history of mental illness shot the officer simply for wearing the uniform. Familia was a single mom. Her three children were left devastated. At her mother’s funeral, 20-year-old Genesis Villella gave an emotional plea to humanize law enforcement. “My mom is more than just a uniform,” Villella said at the time. Now, the responsibility of motherhood and burden of adulthood has fallen squarely on the 20-year-old’s shoulders. She has her siblings to take care of, 12-year-old twins, Delilah and Peter Vega. Grief is a lonely road, yet Familia’s children were not forgotten, nor abandoned by their community. Thanks to the efforts of three local organizations, Familia’s children are preparing to move into a newly renovated three-bedroom co-op in the Bronx, all for free. The Daily News, Tunnel to Towers Foundation, and the Skyview Apartments LLC are responsible for raising $818,000 to cover the cost of the home and its furnishings. The money will also be used to establish a trust fund, so the children can cover the costs of property taxes and home maintenance. Tears streamed down Villella’s face as she stood alongside her siblings to thank donors for the home. She paid tribute to her mother, who told her children that coming from a single parent household was no reason to expect any less from life. “I give my mom 110 percent credit for everything that she’s done with us,” an emotional Villella expressed. “She sacrificed and she’s still sacrificing for us, and she made the ultimate sacrifice.” Villella continued on to acknowledge that she can’t change the past, only move forward and prepare for the future. “Thank you so much for caring about me and my brother and sister,” she told donors on Dec. 1. Skyview developer Myles Horn and his colleagues made plans to ensure the kids could move into their new home before the holidays. “We were able to expedite their renovation before our planned work on other units in order to facilitate their move-in before Christmas,” Horn told the Daily News. This is the first Christmas Villella and her siblings will spend without their mother. While nothing can entirely ease the pain of loss, knowing a community cares enough to buy them a home is a hefty encouragement, and a salve to their tender wound.

Police Car Liquify Deer at 114mph  on Highway2m09s

Police Car Liquify Deer at 114mph on Highway

Some of us have hit deer with our vehicles before — and nothing multiplies the danger of a deer strike like speed. That’s what makes this clip out of Minnesota so remarkable. Dashcam footage just released by the Isanti County Sheriff’s Office shows the moment a medium-sized doe panics and sprints in front of a sheriff’s deputy responding to a call with lights and sirens on. The Isanti County News reports the unnamed Sheriff’s Deputy was responding to a call about a man with a gun at a restaurant just before 6:30am. He was traveling at 114 miles per hour just north of Cambridge when the deer jumped in front of his cruiser. Miraculously, the deputy kept control of his vehicle even though the hood flew up and smashed into his windshield. All airbags deployed and the cruiser was totaled — the fourth to be totaled this year! (Three of the four police cars totaled in 2017 are due to deer strikes, says Isanti County Sheriff Chris Caulk.) The incident “shows how important it is to not to swerve when an animal strike is going to occur. If the deputy swerved, he would have rolled and been injured or worse,” says Sheriff Caulk. The deputy walked away with minor injuries. The deer was rendered unrecognizable.

98-Yr-Old Mum Moves Into Care Home To Look After Her 80-Yr-Old Son1m10s

98-Yr-Old Mum Moves Into Care Home To Look After Her 80-Yr-Old Son

They say a child is an 18-year commitment but everyone knows it lasts much longer than that – especially for 98-year-old Ada Keating. Ada’s eldest son 80-year-old Tom has been living in Moss View care home in Liverpool since 2016 and now she’s decided to move in to help look after him. The mum and son are inseparable long into both their retirements and love spending time together – especially watching Emmerdale. You can really see the warmth and affection between the two as they discuss their daily routine: When the Liverpool Echo asked Ada about her and her son's unusual arrangement she responded, 'you never stop being a mum!' Too true Ada, too true.

Daughter received bear from her Dad1m08s

Daughter received bear from her Dad

A video of a toddler and her teddy bear has stolen the hearts of everyone who has seen it. The short clip, originally uploaded by the young girl’s grandfather on YouTube, was also shared by her aunt on Instagram, and it’s the cutest thing ever. The child, named Pia, received the stuffed animal from her father, who is in the Navy. Her parents, Drew and 25-year-old Kelly, decided to get the personalized bear made for their little girl who may miss her daddy at times. According to the mom’s sister Eileen, “Kelly gave Pia [the bear] after a month of Drew being out on the ship.” The dad is away on deployment for a full eight months, but the bear has become a constant reminder to his daughter that daddy still cares. The day Kelly recorded her daughter playing with the bear, the family captured a priceless moment. Pia instantly lost her mind when she squeezed the teddy bear’s hand. “Hi P, I love you. See you soon,” Drew’s voice recording said, and Pia broke into a joyful shout. As she grasped the bear tightly with her little arms, she yelled out, “Yay! Dad.” She sat down on the floor and started to cuddle with her teddy. She pushed the button twice in a row before she yelled out “dad!” again. Every time Pia pressed the toy’s hand, she was thrilled to hear her father’s voice. She even leaned into the bear, hugged it close, and rocked back and forth with it. You can tell by the video that Pia is a daddy’s girl. Drew is definitely missed by his precious little one, but his wife probably misses him just as much.

Little girl honks on a ship30s

Little girl honks on a ship

Vilma from Sweden probably didn’t use any magical or scientific means to get what she wanted, but she did. And it looks like no one warned her about being careful about your wish. Young Vilma was standing at the edge of a pier and was overjoyed to see massive ships sail in and out of port. She was in awe of their massive structure and knew she wanted just one thing. For one of the giant ships to honk its horn. So she made the international hand gesture for a truck or ship to honk its horn by pretending like she’s pulling the rope on the bus to signify her stop. She doesn’t succeed at first so she not only does the hand gesture, but she also calls out “toot toot” mimicking the sound of the horn. Apparently, the sound of the horn is the same in all languages “toot toot.” Still no honking. She doesn’t give up and keeps on going with her “honk the horn” gestures and toots. Her persistence eventually pays off. The ship finally sees her request and lets out a several very loud and long honks. Vilma wasn’t quite prepared for the mighty sound that came out of that ship. She leaped up at the first sound of the horn and bolted towards her mother who laughed. Apparently, what she wished for wasn’t all that it was cracked up to be and failed to live up to Vilma’s expectations. You can see her adorable reaction in the video below.

OMG! It`s a penis-shaped waffles50s

OMG! It`s a penis-shaped waffles

A Bangkok food stall with a name that translates as ‘I Got It From My Dad’ has infected the internet with a video of its penis shaped waffles. The video went virile – I mean viral – because it was a video of some waffles shaped like c*cks. Kinda writes itself really. Remember when Blurred Lines came out, at first it was like: ‘This is good’ and then it went: ‘Oh, hang on a second’, that’s kind of how I’m feeling about writing this to be honest. So if I say something like: ‘Bet you can’t wait to wrap your lips around these meaty beasts’ I mean it in a straight-laced, Bake Off kinda way. I don’t want you to do anything you’re not comfortable doing. The sausage-stuffed waffles have been selling like hotcakes from Ketnita Prasertsomboon’s food stall Pho Hai Ma in western Bangkok, according to Khaosod English. Ketnita told local TV: Some people told me that I’m doing something obscene and un-Buddhist. I got a bit stressed, but I didn’t fight back. I just want people to view it as a snack. However, not everyone has a taste for the meaty mouthfuls. Local celebrity chef Yingsak Chonglertjetsadawong said: From my time in the food industry, I never thought I would encounter food shaped like genitalia. Some women take photos of themselves about to eat the waffles, or even videos of themselves eating one to post online. It’s inappropriate and a bad example for the youth. The chef’s gone as far as to call for a boycott of the c*ck-shaped snack. Talk about stoking the fire. Seriously, how many of these do you think you could fit down your throat? Meaty, cheesy and covered in batter, but less about my penis and let’s get back to talking about the waffles. Ketnita however seems to be oblivious to the criticism, telling Khaosod English: Some people told me that I’m doing something obscene and un-Buddhist. I just want people to view it as a snack. The size of the stir Ketnita’s sausages have caused has been so big local television station Amarin TV has interviewed her about her meaty treats. More controversial is the fact Ketnita didn’t even invent the idea of d*ck-shaped dogs, Thai website Coconuts points out penis waffles have been trendy in Taiwan for some time. The snacks go for 39 baht which is about 90p and come with options of ketchup, mayonnaise or chocolate as toppings. Don’t fancy sriracha going anywhere near mine though.

He Approaches Blind, Abandoned Boy Sitting Alone. 17 Yrs Later, See How 1 Moment Changed Everything1m06s

He Approaches Blind, Abandoned Boy Sitting Alone. 17 Yrs Later, See How 1 Moment Changed Everything

It was October of 1999 when a man named Jim Bradford decided to stop at Mrs. Winner’s Chicken & Biscuits. He bought a 25-cent cup of coffee, and glanced over to notice a boy, sitting alone, staring out a window. Curious, Bradford asked about the 9-year-old boy, sloppily dressed and wearing braces on each leg. His right arm was bent in an odd fashion, and Bradford noticed the boy was blind. The child, as an employee explained, belonged to Pearl Derryberry, the woman working behind the cash register. She was HK’s grandmother and sole caregiver, and had to bring him to the diner on weekends as she couldn’t afford to hire someone to watch him. Bradford walked up to the boy and struck up a conversation. It was the beginning of a beautiful, desperately needed friendship. Bradford began spending more time with HK, taking him on errands around town and out for milkshakes, and to church on Sunday mornings. He learned of the boy’s heartbreaking background, which began on the day of his birth. HK’s pregnant mother and father were driving down a winding Tennessee road when his father lost control of the vehicle. The resulting crash took his mother’s life, and brought the unborn child into the world months earlier than he should have been. A resulting brain bleed left HK with cerebral palsy and an underdevelopment of his right limbs. His retinas were not fully developed, leaving the baby blind. After weeks of uncertainty, HK went home with his grandmother Pearl. The ordeal proved to be too much for his father, who abandoned the family when HK was at the tender age of five. Grandma Pearl took it upon herself to enroll HK in the Tennessee School for the Blind, and assumed all responsibility for his medical care. For years, she was consumed with doctor’s appointments, HK’s education, and her work at the diner. When Bradford met HK, everything changed. He became a mentor and a father to the young boy, and unearthed the flawless memory that HK had kept hidden all those years. Incredibly, HK is able to effortlessly remember every detail of his life. He can tell you what he had for dinner two weeks ago or the score of any Titan’s football game. He can remember literally everything about his day-to-day life. Less than 100 people in the world possess the same remarkable memory talent, called hyperthymesia. Bradford saw potential in HK, and harnessed his talent for a greater good. Together, they wrote a book titled “The Awakening of HK Derryberry,” the story of the boy who remembers everything. Today, Bradford is 73 and HK is 26. They meet regularly to chat about bluegrass and football, make jokes, and sign copies of their book. The pair now travels the country together, telling their story for others. HK is thrilled that his purpose in life is, “to inspire people.”

Airbus Makes Death-Defying Landing During Huge Crosswind Storm3m17s

Airbus Makes Death-Defying Landing During Huge Crosswind Storm

Aviation travel can be a little bit alarming at the best of times, particularly for those of us who don’t posses the physics knowledge to understand quite how a flying tin can full of people, luggage and disappointing plane dinners can stay airborn for hours on end. But you can bet dry white bread rolls were the last thing on the minds of the poor passengers on this Emirates flight coming into Düsseldorf airport in a hard crosswind. You can watch the full dramatic landing play out in the clip below: The Airbus A380 was captured on film by a keen aviation videographer, as it careened through the sky over the German airport and came to a shaky stop, eventually delivering the passengers and its cargo safely. Although there may have been a few nauseated passengers, chances are most people would rather risk landing in that weather and being reunited with terra firma that staying aloft in the storm in some sort of real life Speed nightmare. The pilot's skill has been so widely praised, the footage is now trending on YouTube, having been uploaded by Martin Bogdan onto his Cargospotter channel, which has documented thousands of landings over the years. Martin, who hails from Düsseldorf, Germany, wrote: I have filmed a few thousand crosswind landings at several airports in Europe within the past years, but this Airbus A380 crosswind landing was extremly [sic] hard and extraordinary. At first it looked like a pretty normal crosswind approach but after touchdown the pilots tried to align with the runway which looked pretty incredible. The 25-year-old plane spotter continued: I have never seen such a tremendous reaction of an airplane after a touchdown. You can see that the pilots tried to align with the runway by using the tail rudder and luckily it worked out. This video shows the incredible skills of the pilots. Even after an unexpected wind gust after touchdown they managed to re-align with the runway. Incredible job by the pilots !! Watching an Airbus 380 is always interesting and a pleasure to watch. I would realy like to know what the passengars thought during the Arrival today at Düsseldorf. [sic] However, some of the YouTube commentators were less quick to compliment the pilots' skills. One user, who claims to be an Airbus pilot too, wrote: I'm sorry but this is not a good example of crosswind landing. The pilot in command used the rudder way too much. That kind of overcontrol is not necessary, in fact in this example it is obviously dangerous. Anyway, as they say any landing is good as long as you can use the aircraft again. Paul Ennison echoed his concern, adding: I can only support what the colleague says! When you see 'aircraft nose going left' at the same time as a left rudder deflection, it is not a gust, but pilot action. So, clearly, inexperienced pilot. Inexperienced pilot or not, thankfully, the plane was reunited with Earth - relatively - harmoniously with no harm done.

Ghost caught on CCTV camera1m41s

Ghost caught on CCTV camera

A secondary school in Cork, Ireland, has reportedly received an uninvited guest from beyond the grave – just in time for Halloween. Founded way back in 1828, Deerpark CBS is the oldest school in southside Cork – generations of children have grown up in these classrooms and it stands to reason some may remain after death. Staff have been left thoroughly spooked after CCTV footage captured an inexplicable and spine tingling incident, which took place in a seemingly deserted corridor. You can watch the ghostly encounter for yourself below: In a scene straight out of Paranormal Activity, eerie flashes of light can be seen, following a thunderous bang. The light appears to flickering from behind a closed door, although it’s source is not clear. Events start to escalate rapidly when a heavy set of lockers begins rocking back and forth violently – a single locker door swings open forcefully, spewing books and papers all across the floor. The footage ends with a wet floor sign being knocked over aggressively, as if it’s been kicked. Could this be the spirit of a mischievous pupil, wanting to cause teachers further irritation from the afterlife?

Boy Is Born Without Limbs But Grandma Cracks A Joke About Him That Shapes His Whole Life1m57s

Boy Is Born Without Limbs But Grandma Cracks A Joke About Him That Shapes His Whole Life

Farming is one of the most physically demanding occupations of all. While Apricot Lane Farms has seen a lot of excellent farmhands, none have been as memorable as Chris Koch. Born without hands or legs, Chris cannot legally drive and requires 400% more energy to do what most consider menial tasks, like brushing our teeth. Nonetheless, he has been farming his entire life. Chris was born a healthy baby boy despite his missing limbs. Within hours of his birth, and without any hesitation, Chris’ grandmother cracked a lighthearted joke, pointing out that “Bruce (his father) never did finish anything he started.” It was his grandmother’s dry and quirky sense of humor that attributed to the fact that Chris found it “quite easy” to grow up without arms and legs. Chris grew up riding tractors on his family farm in Alberta, Canada, but by the age of 9 he wanted to drive the tractors himself. Because of the immense of amount of independence bestowed on Chris by his family, he even refused to wear his prosthetic arms at school.

19-yr-old tried to kill infant niece by lacing breast milk34s

19-yr-old tried to kill infant niece by lacing breast milk

We are nothing without the foundation of family. The benefits of being part of a family make people truly rich. It is the trust in being able to rely on family that can get you out of trouble or get you desperately needed help, even when you don’t even have to ask for help. An intuitive mother, who had to contend with her daughter’s unspeakable planning, came through as a grandmother and saved the life of her innocent 11-week-old granddaughter. Nineteen-year-old Sarai Rodriguez-Miranda’s mother is a loving family woman from Fort Wayne, Indiana, who was always welcoming of her family’s needs. Sometime before January 2017, Rodriguez-Miranda’s mother allowed her son, his fiancée, and their 11-week-old daughter — her granddaughter — to stay in her home. After Rodriguez-Miranda’s mother welcomed her son and extended family into her home, sometime later she allowed them to stay longer. Rodriguez-Miranda harbored intense resentment against her brother and his family due to their presence, which her mother probably picked up on. In January 2017, Rodriguez-Miranda’s mother, perhaps relying on her maternal instincts, must have sensed that something was very wrong in her home. Rodriguez-Miranda’s mother went through her daughter’s cell phone and found text messages that shocked her to her core. Rodriguez-Miranda had sent text messages to her boyfriend that detailed her own attempts to poison and kill her 11-month-old niece. Her mother, looking through her text messages to her boyfriend, found sinister messages like, “Why didn’t that baby die dude thats dumb…They definitely threw it out.” The mother was horrified to find numerous, remorseless message from her own daughter, who had plotted the murder of her niece. Miranda-Rodriguez also wrote via text,”… tbh I hope she dies… I don’t feel bad about it …” Looking through all of the text messages, Rodriguez-Miranda’s mother came across a cell phone photo of a mortar and pestle that contained the residue of a crushed, white powdery substance. Rodriguez-Miranda’s mother took screenshot photos of the text messages and pics as evidence and went to her refrigerator.

Extremely Rare Baby Albino Elephant Spotted In African Wildlife Park2m13s

Extremely Rare Baby Albino Elephant Spotted In African Wildlife Park

An extremely rare albino elephant has been seen in Kruger National Park in South Africa. The little elephant calf’s pink skin stands out in contrast with the grey skin of her mother and African elephants in her herd. The baby was been spotted by tourists near the Shingwedsi River, where the elephants were drinking and bathing. One person who saw the baby was 58-year old Nicki Coertze, who has been visiting Kruger Park since he was a kid. He said in all his years in the park he has never seen an albino elephant before, so he knew it was a once-in-a lifetime sighting and made sure to take as many pictures as he could. Albinism is caused by a lack of pigment in the skin. The condition also causes poor eyesight that could eventually lead to blindness, something common in albino animals. Albino animals can often be rejected by their own species because of their unusual appearance. Fortunately, this does not seem to be the case with this baby elephant. She appears to be fully accepted in the herd and is being cared by her mother. Take a look at the video below to see more photos of this extremely rare animal and share the story with your friends!

Southwest Agent Says Next Person In Line Has To Sing, Then Random Guy Grabs The Intercom1m13s

Southwest Agent Says Next Person In Line Has To Sing, Then Random Guy Grabs The Intercom

Airplanes are the greatest inventions. The fact that we can travel across the country– even the world– in just matters of hours is pretty darn amazing. But while we’re all grateful we don’t have to travel by horse-drawn carriage anymore, there’s one thing about flying that straight-up stinks: waiting around at the gate. Don’t you hate it when your flight is delayed and you’re not sure if you have time to run to Cinnabon or not? Sitting around doing nothing is a bore, but it always seems to happen that just when you walk away, they suddenly board. But for a recent group of flyers, their gate was nothing short of a party. “So our gate at Nola Southwest required everyone who asked a question to sing,” wrote traveler Mike Vadala in the caption of the Facebook video below. It’s likely the gate agents were trying to pare down the line, but there was one passenger who wasn’t a bit scared off by the demand. “This guy went off,” said Mike. The guy in the video sounds like he’s just wrapping up a rendition of “Wonderwall” when the recording starts, quickly launching him into a hysterical “No Diggity” performance. By about 50 seconds in, he has the entire gate singing along! The traveler concludes his rousing performance with a well-earned mic drop.

Parents Take Their Eyes Off Game For SECONDS. That’s When UNTHINKABLE Happens. Mom In TEARS.3m06s

Parents Take Their Eyes Off Game For SECONDS. That’s When UNTHINKABLE Happens. Mom In TEARS.

A middle school football team from Olivet, Michigan, conspired for weeks to create a secret play that involved getting as close to the end zone as possible without scoring. The reason why has tugged on heartstrings across America, bringing people to tears. Unbeknownst to coaches, staff or parents, the group of jocks schemed a play called the “Keith Special,” named after fellow team member Keith Orr, a student who struggles with learning disabilities and social skills. Their perfectly executed secret plan changed the culture at Olivet Middle School from selfish to selfless, and will forever be cemented in the hearts of these young men. During a home game, the players took the football down to the 1-yard line: and took a knee. Quarterback Parker Smith recalled the moment he purposely failed to score, and heard the noticeably upset crowd. “Us kids knew, hey, we got this. This is our time. This is Keith’s time.” On the next play, the team closely huddled around Keith, handed him the ball, and gave him the chance to score his first touchdown. Video footage makes it hard to see Keith, because his teammates were fiercely protective of him while he ran. The Olivet Eagles’ least likely member had just scored a touchdown. “Did he just score a touchdown?” asked Keith’s stunned mother. Keith’s parents laughed as they recalled fumbling to find their camera to capture the moment. Keith later described the moment as simply, “Awesome.” Members of the team were later interviewed to explain what motivated them to plan something so kindhearted. “We really wanted to prove that he was part of our team and he meant a lot to us,” said one player. “It’s just like to make someone’s day, make someone’s week, just make them happy,” shared another. Wide receiver Justice Miller sat with tears streaming down his face as he recalled the profound change that took place in his heart. Justice admitted he used to be only concerned about himself, and maybe a couple friends. Now, his heart has compassion for everyone. We have a feeling that Justice is not the only one with a changed heart. Today, Keith struts around campus as a new kid, and will always have a team looking out for him for the rest of his school career.

10 Ways to Use Onions1m26s

10 Ways to Use Onions

Onions are great for salads and frying up as a side dish, but some may argue that there even better for curing ailments and helping out around the house. Onions are a vastly versatile natural remedy because of it is filled with antiseptic and antibiotic agents due to ts high sulfur content. They also help your body fight off free radicals that cause chronic disease, like cancer. Onions can boost your immunity, stop vomiting, treat respiratory conditions and help treat diabetes, heart-related issues, lower cholesterol, and arthritis. They have been used by Native American to treat colds and flu, and even the World Health Organization now recognize onions as a good way relieve respiratory infections, bronchitis, cough, and congestion. Here are some healthful ways that you can use onions for common ailments: