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Couple Lets Their Dog Film Their Wedding And The Result Is Better Than Most Wedding Videos

While most of us these days are looking for professionals to record our wedding in a nice and polished way, Addie and Marshall Burnette decided to hire their husky instead!

They strapped a GoPro camera to their doggy and let her run around freely during the ceremony on a Roan Mountain, Tennessee, where the couple had their first date 10 years ago.

“It was cold and magical,” Marshall writes on Youtube. “Our dog, Ryder, insisted on filming the wedding video, so we let her do her thing. She took a while to edit the footage, but we think she did a great job.”


Source:  boredpanda              Video: Courtesy of Marshall Burnette

Rare ‘Blue Dragon’ Sea Slug Washes Up On Australian Beach

Sea slugs may not seem very glamorous, but a video of one has taken the Internet by storm.

According to Australia’s 7 News, a Glaucus atlanticus, also known as the “blue dragon,” recently washed up on Broadbeach in Queensland, Australia. The rare, venomous creature may have a mean streak – it’s known for its painful sting – but its beauty is captivating social-media users worldwide. A video of the creature, posted Nov. 12 by Facebook user Lucinda Fry, has gone viral, with more than 144,172 views on the social network.

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Sylke Rohrlach / Flickr


Source: actionnewsjax         Video: Courtesy of: lucinda.fry


Woman Knits Tiny Sweaters For Rescued Chickens To Keep Them Warm

Two kind-hearted women are rescuing retired battery chickens by giving them a new home. They own around 60 hens and half of them are former battery chickens, who, unfortunately, having spent all their lives in cages, are not able to acclimatise to normal weather conditions.

Nicola Congdon and her mother Ann from Falmouth in Cornwall, England came up with a novel way to keep them warm – they knit woolly chicken jumpers. “It’s important to make people aware of the poor conditions the hens live in and the fact that they have no feathers when they are retired,” says Nicola.

“We’ve also had inquiries so far from Canada as well as local people asking for the jumpers. If anyone would like to purchase one we ask for a donation for an AIDS orphanage in South Africa,” added Nicola.

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“We are doing it for the ex-battery hens for when they come out of their poor conditions for them to put on in the cold weather”

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“There’s not a problem with them actually putting the jumpers on, they just stand there and they do everything they should be doing – as a chicken would”

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Watch the video here:


Source: boredpanda           Video: Courtesy of SWNS Animals

These Kids In Canada Tied Coats To Street Poles To Help Homeless Prepare For Winter

Though it’s a bit early, one woman (and a whole bunch of kids) has already shown us what the holiday spirit is really all about. Worried about what the homeless would do during the coming winter, Tara Smith-Atkins, her eight-year-old daughter, and seven of her friends gathered winter coats and tied them to street poles throughout the city of Halifax for the homeless to claim.

The children went to distribute the winter coats during her daughter’s eighth birthday. “They definitely learned the importance of it,” Smith-Atkins told CBC. “When we got back in the car after an hour on the street, they were all freezing and crying for the heater to be on and complaining because they were cold. And they were bundled up.”

On Nov. 15th, the people of Halifax were greeted with this strange sight:

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Image credits: Halifolks

Tara Smith-Atkins’ daughter and her friends hung winter coats on street poles for the homeless to take.

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Image credits: Tara Smith-Atkins

The wonderful gesture was a great way to spend her daughter’s eighth birthday!

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Image credits: Feed Nova Scotia

“They definitely learned the importance of it,” Smith-Atkins said.

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Image credits: Tara Smith-Atkins

“When we got back in the car after an hour on the street, they were all freezing and crying for the heater to be on and complaining because they were cold. And they were bundled up.”

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Image credits: Tara Smith-Atkins

The family spent a few weeks gathering the coats from their community.

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Image credits: Tara Smith-Atkins

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Image credits: Tara Smith-Atkins

Source: boredpanda

This Guy Had A Water Fight With A Bear… The Way It Ended Is Epic

We’ll start this post of by saying that lightheartedly splashing around in a river with a bear is probably not a good idea. Then again, we’d also like to imagine a hypothetical world where bears were not dangerous at all, and playing with them resulted in the greatest afternoon of your life (as opposed to, you know, being mauled to death). And, if we suspend reality for a minute and pretend we live in that world, this video is totally amazing.

In it, one man romps around casually with a bear in a river, seemingly unaware that this is a wild animal that could attack any time. We give him credit for being so chill about it — the bear, not the man. And what happens at the end is totally epic.


Source:  lifebuzz    Video: Courtesy of JukinVideo

10 Most Wanted Christmas Toys Of The 60’s

The decade introduced Ken dolls, G.I. Joe, Hot Wheels, Lite-Brite, and much more.

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On Black Friday, parents and grandparents will scramble for Star Wars toys. Again! There has always been that one must-have holiday gift over the years, from the remote control BB-8 to Tickle Me Elmo to Furby to… well, all the way back to toy soldiers and Barbie dolls.

The Sixties introduced several iconic dolls, balls and play things to American toy chests. Let’s take a look back and revisit what the hot new toy was in each year of the decade. Which ones did you ask Santa for — or better yet receive?

1960: Chatty Cathy

Second only in sales to Barbie in the decade was this talking doll. Pull the ring and string from her back and Cathy (or a tiny player inside her tummy) would speak one of 11 phrases. “I love you” was one, of course. Seven more phrases were added in 1963.

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1961: Ken Doll

Barbie made her debut in 1959. She went without a boyfriend for two years. In this, his first year, Ken had “real” hair of sort, made from felt, before getting his plastic do.

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1962: Barbie’s Dream House

A year later, Barbie finally had a place to live, a cardboard ranch complete with mid-century modern furniture. Years later, she would add levels and decadence to her abode.

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1963: Esy-Bake Oven

When introduced in 1963, Kenner’s baking kit utilized two lightbulbs and came in two colors — yellow and light blue. 

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1964: G.I. Joe Doll / Johnny Seven  O.M.A. Gun

Soldier toys were all the rage in 1964. The Johnny Seven O.M.A. (One Man Army) gun flew off the shelves. But it would be Habro’s hot off the press G.I. Joe doll that would prove to have legs (literally and figuratively), spawning countless action figures and cartoons.

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1965: Wham-O Super Ball

You will not find Zectron on the periodic table, but what a substance. Wham-O’s miracle rubber contained polybutadiene, hydrated silica, zinc oxide and stearic acid. Which is a lot of chemistry behind “Super Fun!”

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1966: Suzy Homemaker

Like “Chatty Cathy,” Suzy Homemaker was so popular to become part of the American vernacular. This line of shrunken appliances — and its dolls — introduced in ’66 from Topper Toys gave both Easy-Bake Ovens and Cathy a run for their money.

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1967: Lite-Brite

When launched in ’67, Lite-Brite was billed in catalogs as “An amazing new toy that lets a child color with light.” It came with 16 pre-printed picture sheets to lay on the “magic box.”

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1968: Hot Wheels

Matchbox had been selling tiny cars since for over a decade when Mattel jumped in the game with Hot Wheels in 1968. The initial line of models included American muscle like Camaro, Corvette, Firebird, Mustang and more.

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1969: Flatsy Dolls

Ideal Toy Company premiered these sort-of-two-dimensional dolls at the end of the decade. They came in three sizes, and each with a theme. These groovy, mod relics are quite collectible.

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Source: metv

This Baby Kangaroo Just Wants A Cuddle

At the Kangaroo Sanctuary in Alice Springs, there are plenty of adorable baby and adult kangaroos to interact with. But there’s only one who gives out free hugs and affection like it’s her job: Her name is Indi, and she’s a precious kangaroo orphan with plenty of love to give.

In the video below, you’ll see what kangaroo cuddles actually look like (warning: they are much more seriously adorable than you could have ever imagined). At the sanctuary, it’s the rescuers job to rehabilitate the animals, even carrying the joeys around in makeshift pouches so they feel right at home. Judging by this video, they’re definitely accomplishing their goal.


Source:  lifebuzz     Video: Courtesy of ViralHog