Country singer Coffey was surprised to see his baby Ethan, running into the stage and dancing to his tunes. Like father like son!
Proposals can be fun to see, but indeed they are very hard to execute at the right time and the right place in order to make her/him believe that you want to spend the rest of your life with them.
Practical jokes have been fodder for television as early as the 1940′s, but none of the gags ever pulled are as funny as this Japanese dinosaur prank.
Now I would love to try and build this clip up for you before you hit play, but I don’t think I could do it justice. Not to mention I don’t know Japanese so I have no clue what they are saying. I don’t think that will matter though. It is pretty easy to get what’s going on here.
Prank or gag related shows have been around for decades. The longest lasting one– Candid Camera–actually dates back to 1948. The jokes back then were obviously way different since what was allowed on broadcast television was much, much tamer then what other shows were privy to.
As cable television grew and regulations became more and more slack shows were able to push the envelop more and more leading to shows like Scare Tactics on the SyFy Channel, Da Ali G Show on HBO, or The Jamie Kennedy Experiment on the WB.
One of the most well known has to be the Ashton Kutcher show Punk’d on MTV.
With all the shows on all the channels over the years I doubt there was ever a prank that left a victim as terrified as this poor guy.
You HAVE to watch this 1 minute video! - The most powerful wisdom you will ever hear - by 109 year old Holocaust survivor Alice Herz-Sommer.
Alice Herz-Sommer is 109, was in a concentration camp in Terezin, and is STILL LIVING, in London.
She was interviewed by Bernard Hiller in December 2011. When she's asked about the secret to feeling good. “Optimism,” she said, “and looking for the good. Life is beautiful. You have to be thankful that we are living.. Wherever you look is beauty.”
And lastly: “I know about the bad things, but I look for the good things.”
Mother Punches Skater–It is only natural parents to defend their children, but in this case it was not really necessary for Mom to react like she did.
Okay, here’s the situation. A skater is doing what skaters do in a local park. He appears to be pretty focused on what he is doing and not really paying attention to where he is going. So when a young boy happens into his path he doesn’t see him and essentially runs the kid over.
As could be expected the boy starts to cry. The first person on the scene– lets assume she is a relative–picks him up and tries to comfort him. The skater does immediately check on the boy to see if he is okay and apologize–but then in comes mom.
Mom sees her son crying. So mom does what she thinks she needs to and nails the man in the face.
There are a few copies of this incident on YouTube, but the general perception is that the mother was in the wrong for hitting the skater. Many of the comments were pretty harsh in fact. Some even said the skater should have called the police and charged her with assault.
So what do you guys think? Okay for mom to come to the defense of her son or did she cross the line?
"Grandma Drummer" is the name affectionately given to the lady who comes into Coalition Drum Shop in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Now she's gone viral on the internet! Sixty-three-year-old Mary Hvisda started playing drums at age 15, and has played in bands since she was 16 years old -all the way to 1990.
“I couldn't find no other bands to play with, and then I did quit,” said Hvizda.
The drum store is giving Mary a set of electronic drums, which will be delivered on Monday. After all, she's not nearly as old as most of The Rolling Stones -and they're still playing.
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