A singer performs a very unique reggae-style version of LeAnn Rimes’s ‘How Do I Live Without You’ at a wedding. Unfortunately, part of what makes it so unique is that the performer forgets the words and is forced to improvise.
David Hale entertained Burning Man festival attendees by performing 21 backflips in a row while wearing stilts, setting a world record. Any attempts to break his mark should probably be done on an empty stomach.
Attention men: Have you always wanted to see if you could grow your mustache out to a Tom Selleck-level of awesomeness?
Well, now is your chance, as November is “Movember,” that time when men of shaving age let their lip sweaters go in order to raise funds and awareness for health issues that affect guys, in particular prostate and other cancers.
17 percent of the survey’s respondents reported there is less crime, and 8 percent believe the crime rate is unchanged. This marked the seventh year in a row that at least 67 percent of Americans answered crime is getting worse.
Little Katelyn was feeling safe and secure in her bumbo when the family dog let out a loud bark and rocked the tot’s world. While she reacted with a dramatic hand motion and a few seconds of crying she quickly recovers from the shock, and goes back to feeling safe and secure.
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