YouTuber Farts Baby Gender Reveal
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YouTuber Puts New Twist on Gender Reveal
In the running for worst gender reveal ever, a YouTuber name Paige Ginn (a.k.a. the girl who fakes falls) just announced the gender of her baby by farting. Take a look for yourself in the kinda NSFW video, below. (It's a boy, by the way.)
We Found Our Prince Eric!
After months and months of rumors and guessing, Disney has finally cast its Prince Eric for the upcoming live action The Little Mermaid movie. After combing through Harry Styles, Noah Centineo and more, Disney decided on 24-year-old Jonah Hauer King, who starred in A Dog's Way Home and Ashes in the Snow. So, he's a newbie, but we don't think Disney would have taken a chance on him if he wasn't a good fit. (via PopCrush)
People Actually Log Onto Their Ex's Social Media?
A new survey of over 25,000 people conducted by a cyber security company revealed that 27 percent are still logging into their ex's social media accounts. And get this: 69 percent of people have logged into a former lover’s IG account just in the last week alone. But why, you may ask? Over half of the people say they do it for the obvious reason: to see if their ex is dating someone new. (via Cosmo)
Neftlix Is Playing Streaming Chess
Now this is a strategic move! A day after the launch of Disney+, Netflix signed a mutli-year deal with Nickelodeon. The streaming service and TV network will team up to work on new movies and shows, as well as reboot some of our favorites like The Loud House, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and more. (via UPI)
Woman Starts Dog Hospice
A woman named NicolsaCoyle has started hospice for dogs. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals reports that about 1.5 million dogs and cats were euthanized by animal shelters across the U.S in recent years. When these animals get old or sick their owners leave them at these shelter or even kick them out onto the streets. So, Nicola decided to set up a hospice in her home and care for sick and abandoned dogs. She goes to shelters, pounds, and other charities and rescues dogs that are either too old or too sick and are given no more than 6 months to live. (via Higher Perspective)