A precocious little girl explains where babies come from in this hysterical video. And, lest we continue being uninformed, she also describes in great (but adorably inaccurate) detail how babies are actually delivered.
After eight years of berating his fellow doctors and dispensing tough-love medical advice, Dr. Gregory House will finally be hanging up his stethoscope. In a statement issued Wednesday, Emmy-nominated actor Hugh Laurie and show producers announced that ‘House’ will conclude at the end of its current season.
Take note, receptionists. Your job has gone to the dogs…literally. A dog at a vet’s office pulls a receipt from a printer, waits for it to be stapled, then delivers it by mouth to a man waiting on the other side of the counter.
During snowy weather, it’s apparently a tradition to sled down Queen Anne Hill in Seattle despite the dangers of oncoming traffic. During a report on this activity, Meg Coyle of King 5 News had the nerve to suggest that sledders wear helmets.
A new dad completely confounds his adorable newborn by making motorboat sounds with his mouth. Enjoy it while you can, dad, because something tells us your baby girl won’t always be this easy to impress.
On Dec. 31, an Australian tourist Erin Langworthy’s bungee cord snapped, sending her plummeting 365 feet into the crocodile-infested Zambesi River below. Does that qualify as a worst-case scenario or what?
In a hysterical video that begins with the distinctive ‘Law & Order’ gavel “doink doink” noise, a father grills his toddler daughter on which parent she likes best. Guaranteed, it’s the most adorable interrogation you’ve ever seen.
Clearly, adorable wire-haired dachshund Lola has something on her mind. So, while her owner films, Lola makes a noise that sounds startlingly similar to the words, “Oh, no!” Has Lola met “No No No” cat?
The Kardashian clan never does anything half-way. So, we shouldn’t be surprised that this year’s Kardashian/Jenner family Christmas card is in 3-D. Finally, a Kardashian product with more than one dimension.
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