Every dog may have his day, but not every dog gets to attack a helpless cluster of water balloons gathered onto a trampoline.
Such an honor is bestowed upon Spaz, an innocent-looking pooch that — during a recent summer party —tears through a cluster of balloons.
Like a wolf that has hunted down a herd of brightly-colored liquid-filled sheep, Spaz descends upon his prey and rips them to shreds! more >>
They grow up so fast, don't they? That is especially true for one baby elephant struggling to bathe in a water-filled container.
A resident of the Elephant Nature Park, 1-year-old Navann recently attempted to bathe himself in a container.
Although he gets to the point of standing inside the plastic basin, immersing himself becomes quite a struggle. more >>
This Halloween, millions across the U.S. toiled away at carving up pumpkins using the old-fashioned method — knives.
One man, however, has introduced a new and cleaner way of making a face on a gourd: a rifle. Duh!
Hickok45 is a gun enthusiast with a YouTube account and he's not afraid to use either one, uploading a tutorial on how to carve a pumpkin with a rifle. more >>
So why did the chicken cross the road? More importantly, why does the chicken in this video complete a challenging obstacle course? Yes — that's right — an obstacle course.
With the guidance of one little girl, the creature successfully overcomes multiple physical challenges, culminating in an epic hoop jump.
Defying the stereotype of being a bird brain, the flightless gal successfully takes orders from the human being and does surprisingly well. more >>
Ever wanted to see a whole new world with Aladdin on his magic carpet? Well, that's what you'll find in New York City.
Using remote control technology, a couple of pranksters recently simulated a low-flying carpet in the Big Apple, wowing passersby.
Dressed as a hip version of the movie character Aladdin from the hit 1990s Disney film of the same name, the rider and his carpet hover about the busy streets of New York. more >>
A group representing Latinos in Congress is demanding that Saturday Night Live cancel Donald Trump's scheduled hosting of its next episode.
"Mr. Trump's 'racist remarks' and his continued rhetoric demonizing Latinos and immigrants has created fear within these communities around the country, many of which are represented in Congress," reads the Monday statement from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.
"[T]he Congressional Hispanic Caucus urges NBCUniversal to stand by its earlier commitment to end its relationship with Mr. Trump because the values of 'respect and dignity for all people' are more important than ratings and ad revenues." more >>