• A mom decided to pull a prank after her daughter told her she wasn’t afraid of anything, but not everyone online finds it funny.

    In the short clip, the little girl is standing in front of the TV screen, watching a DVD her mom just put in. At first it appears to be showing green fields with melodic music playing and the girls seems unsuspicious. 

    All of sudden, a screeching zombie-like figure pops up on the screen.

    The girl jumps backwards and falls over onto the carpet, then quickly gets up and runs off camera towards her mom, who is laughing and filming.

    The original video was posted by the mother, Milian Lee, and received more than 200,000 views in just nine hours on the Kyle and Jackie O Facebook page, Mirror reports.

    “I must be a terrible mother because I thought that was hilarious,” one user commented.

    But not everyone saw the humorous side.

    “Why would you want to instill fear into your child. Idiot!!” one user wrote.

    Another commented. “Dreadful! Not funny at all. Contact the

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  • A tattoo enthusiast displays his head tattoos during the International London Tattoo Convention in east London, Britain September 26, 2015. REUTERS/Neil HallA tattoo enthusiast displays his head tattoos during the International London Tattoo Convention in east London, Britain September 26, 2015. REUTERS/Neil Hall
    As creepy as it may sound, there’s now a new service that will remove tattoos from your body after you have died and will send it back to your loved ones.

    The National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art (NAPSA) is a non-profit organization that launched in September with the aim at preserving tattoos with chemicals after it’s removed by the funeral home.

    “I personally founded NAPSA because I wanted to save my ink for my loved ones and to allow my tattoos to declare who I truly am so others cannot define who I was,” said the Chairman of NAPSA, Charles Hamm, on the organization’s website. 

    All it takes to become a member of NAPSA is an activation payment of $115 and an annual renewal fee of $60, which will only cover the preservation of one tattoo, Refinery29 reports

    Tattoos are pictured on an attendee's hands during the International London Tattoo Convention in east London, Britain September 26, 2015. REUTERS/Neil HallTattoos are pictured on an attendee's hands during the International London Tattoo Convention in east London, Britain September 26, 2015. REUTERS/Neil Hall
    Upon signing up, there’s a “Final Wish Fulfillment Benefit” that needs to be filled out and NAPSA encourages all of its members to notify loved ones about their plans on preserving their ink, according to the 

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  • The saying ‘can’t teach an old dog new tricks’ just might be true. On the other hand, it could be canine sabotage?

    In a very adorable video shared by Neatorama, you see a very obedient dog balancing a treat on his nose, waiting patiently for his owner’s cue to eat the tasty reward.

    As if on cue, however, another dog sneaks up and snatches the treat right off his nose. Talk about tough luck!

    The poor dog looks at his owner and back at his sneaky friend, completely blindsided at what just happened.  

    We can only hope that the dog’s owner offered him a condolence prize for his loss.

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  • In a series of unfortunate events, one thirsty leopard managed to get his head caught inside a metal pot while searching for water in rural village in India.

    According to the Telegraph, it was about six hours before the wild cat was able to get his head freed. Village bystanders were unable to help out as they were unsure of what to do.

    Shortly after the incident, Ruptly TV shared video footage of the distressed leopard on YouTube.

    Many YouTube users commented on why no one was helping the leopard. However, consider: would you want to be the one to remove the pot and be face-to-face with an angry leopard?

    Luckily, it wasn’t too long before forest officials stepped in to tranquilize the animal and remove the pot. The cat was later released him into the wild.

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  • Sometimes schools make you wonder who actually needs to learn a lesson.

    A young girl in Utah had her inhaler confiscated mid-coughing fit because her school’s administration hadn’t been notified of her prescription.

    Emma Gonzales, 9, was prescribed the inhaler over the weekend when a coughing fit forced her to the emergency room, reports Fox 13 Salt Lake City.

    When the child returned to school for the first time on Monday, she was struck by another attack.

    Gonzales was about to administer a dose from her new puffer when her teacher sent her to the office and administrative staff took it away, according to Fox.

    “There could be all sorts of problems if children were just allowed to take any medication and we didn’t have that verification,” district spokeswoman Sandy Riesgraf told Fox News. “Again, this is for the student’s safety.”

    Okay, that seems like it kind of makes sense – but wait.

    The administration reportedly reached out to the girl’s father by phone who confirmed his daughter

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  • (Photo: Reddit/Obladesque)(Photo: Reddit/Obladesque)

    Think of some classic pairings. Peanut Butter and Jelly; Laverne and Shirley; Chicken and Waffles. 

    Photoshop and Reddit? Well, maybe not just yet, but give it time.

    One of the more popular pages on the user-generated news site is the r/photoshopbattles sub-Reddit. It’s a popular place for Photoshop-savvy trolls to place for show off their work and get all the LOLs. 

    After a photo of a mean-muggin’ little girl holding an owl was recently shared, it didn’t take long for the trolls to make a strange photo even stranger. And I can assure you that in this newsroom, the trolls definitely got all the LOLs.

    Dark Lord of the Owls by TallHonky


    Harry Potter and the Bad Attitude by TheRealHuntAndRob


    A New Recruit by ChrisIacono


    “This is MY playground now!” by webdesigner3


    Only One Who is Worthy by Chaosmusic


    Graphic by fishnbrew

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  • Jamien Hudson of Esperance, Australia was in the right place at the right time on Fourth Beach off of the country’s South East Coast when two Southern Right whales serenely swimming around the ocean were close enough to capture with his drone. The footage he captured will give you a lovely sense of calm and peace.

    It just so happens that a friend nearby, Dave Price, was out on his paddleboard and able to get up close and personal while the footage was being shot. Hudson Price’s encounter was being far from dangerous as the whales were inquisitive and moving very slowly.

    Needless to say with such beautiful, amazing and rare footage now online thanks to Hudson’s drone and good fortune, the video is gaining international attention. It brings to light the 70 per cent of the world under water that we as humans know very little about, and also sparks the desire of human beings to get up close and personal with the world’s most fascinating animals.

    Just to give you an idea of how amazing

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  • Wedding season is wrapping up, which means we can all expect Thank You cards in the mail from the newlyweds who said “I do” this summer, but one couple Minnesota is sending out bills.

    Jessica Baker of Golden Valley Minnesota, had RSVP’d and planned to attend a cousin’s wedding in St. Paul last month, but had to cancel at the last minute.

    The couple had specified that children were not welcome on the invitations, so when Baker’s mother, who was going to babysit for the night, had to care for another grandchild in the family who had fallen ill they decided to skip out on the wedding and stay home with their kids.

    “I just thought that since the invitation said ‘no children’ I would abide by the invitation,” Baker told CNN

    It seems courtesy and kindness are not always reciprocated though. 

    A couple weeks later, the family received an invoice for two plates of herb-crusted walleye at $30 a piece and a $7.95 service tax.

    “This cost reflects the amount paid by the bride and groom for meals

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  • If a news station invites a guest speaker for its live televised broadcast and their Twitter handle is @Fart, chances are they may not be the most reputable source.

    U.S. news channel HLN invited Jon Hendren to speak with anchor Yasmin Vossoughian about whistleblower Edward Snowden on Twitter, which seemed to be the case early in the interview.

    Hendren is asked if Snowden should be viewed in the same light as ISIS, which he promptly dismissed and said, “He’s a hero. He’s doing what any of us would’ve done in that situation.”

    Nothing really out of the ordinary, until Vossoughian asks Hendren about the potential risks that can come from Snowden’s actions.

    “To say that he couldn’t harm somebody with what he did… absolutely he could have,” Hendren tells Vossoughian, “But I think to cast him out, to make him invalid in society simply because he has scissors for hands?”

    Strangely, Vossoughian continues the interview unfazed by Hedren’s adoration for a Tim Burton character, and asks if it’s

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  • Energy drink stolen from office fridge sparks epic offline meme battle

    “One does not simply steal rockstar energy drinks”

    (Photo: Imgur/@Daddin)(Photo: Imgur/@Daddin)

    If you’ve ever had your lunch stolen at the office, you’ll surely sympathize with this disgruntled employee.

    After his or her energy drink was swiped from the office fridge, this victim of office theft did what many of us would do: Leave a strongly worded note on the fridge to warn your colleagues that your beverages are not to be messed with.

    But as imgur user Daddin shows us, such a note better be written carefully, because if it includes accusing the thief of being “EXTREMELY RUDE” while professing he or she is “most likely the sole reason we have wars,” you are very likely to get trolled with memes, even if the letter was posted offline.

    (Photo: Imgur/@Daddin)(Photo: Imgur/@Daddin)

    If you’re not familiar with memes, congratulations! You’ve spent less time on the internet than most. Memes are pictures or phrases which contain an idea or opinion that permeates through society based on cultural trends and similarities.

    If you weren’t familiar before, this bunch of paper-wasting employees will bring you up to speed, using some

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