During Caitlin Hallerman’s wedding last June, sisters Kelsey and Maddie delivered one of the best wedding speeches of all time. The co-maids of honor grabbed the mics and surprised their sister and new brother-in-law with a five-minute-long song medley of classics, complete with custom lyrics that shares their story. Related: Maid Of Honor’s Eminem-Inspired Wedding Toast
Actor, humorist, carpenter Nick Offerman recently teamed up with Funny or Die and the American Heart Association to create this satirical healthy food PSA. Food Expert Nick Offerman Daniel Frances gives us a tour of The Pizza Farm, a place “where french fries are practically a salad,” and where “farm-fresh snacks like pizza, taquitos, and fish sticks are harvested straight off the vine.” The mock PSA was created to pressure Congress to re-authorize the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010.
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In late 2014, 24-year-old magician Steven Brundage used a Rubik’s Cube and magic to get out of a speeding ticket. Brundage recently took that same Rubik’s Cube trick and traveled to Las Vegas in an attempt to fool Penn and Teller on Penn & Teller: Fool Us. The two brilliant magicians gave up in less than five seconds.
While trying to catch seagulls off the coast of Chatham, Massachusetts, a 7-foot-long juvenile great white shark beached itself. Once on land, beachgoers kept the shark alive by dumping buckets of water on it until professional rescuers. Eventually, the shark was tagged by the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy and safely returned to the ocean.
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