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There's really nothing quite like the gift of giving. Uncle Henry had no idea what to expect this past Christmas. When he opened his mystery gift, his curiosity turned into pure excitement.
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In today's Daily Pet video, for Christmas these cute little guinea pigs got a tasty treat of a specially made lettuce tree!
If you have never had "Oreo Cookie Balls," you are seriously missing out! Around the office here at RTM, we call them "Crack Balls," because they're just so gosh darn addictive. What could possibly make these delicious morsels even better? If they had their own rap. And guess what? Now they do!
16-year-old Noelle got a car for Christmas, and even though it's a hand-me-down and has almost 100,000 miles on it, her awesome reaction shows just how special the gift really is. The 2003 Mercury Grand Marquis used to belong to her great-grandmother, who sadly passed away earlier this year, so it will not only keep her safe, but it has sentimental value as well.
See the hosts' reactions to Noelle's reaction!
Nothing says "I love you" more than an alligator head. Ginger grew up in Florida around gators, so Jim, her husband, thought it would be funny to gift her an alligator head to "remind her of her youth in warm, sunny Florida." Alligator head? We're guessing about $50. Her reaction? Definitely priceless.
We've seen some pretty awesome Christmas present opening reaction videos, but this one from our very own producer, Chris Holden, tops the list. When the family takes 16-year-old Noelle to the front yard for her big Christmas surprise, she reacts first with tears, followed by hugs for anyone nearby. The car that once belonged to her great grandmother, will make this a Christmas that won't soon be forgotten. Check out the entire video.
Only Francis could get away with calling Santa a big, abusive a-hole. Let's just say he was less than pleased about his Christmas gifts this year. He was expecting video games galore, but instead... nada. But wait. There's one more present left under the tree. Watch Francis go through a roller coaster of emotions leading to the big payoff.
There are few things cuter than three adorable Corgi mix puppies. These three pooches had been abandoned and someone called the Michigan Humane Society to go scoop them up. Since they were found around the holidays, they were named Prancer, Dasher, and Santa Paws. They have now had their first doctor's appointment and are ready to find a good permanent home.
If you're celebrating Christmas, you can't leave out the pets. This dog has a blast playing with his new gift.
The Salvation Army does a lot of good during the holidays, but the Hasidic Navy is here to help as well. This is a great prank by Dave and Ethan and it is all in good fun. All the money raised during the act went to the Salvation Army and was matched by D&E to the Hasidic School in Brooklyn.
A shelter dog named Max was the proud pup responsible for putting away the infamous Grinch in Clarksville, Tennessee. The Grinch won't be messing with anyone this Christmas after Max tracked down the green jerk. For his efforts, Max is now up for adoption at the Montgomery County Animal Shelter. Nick work, Max!
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Collin asked Santa Claus for a pretty rare gift this Christmas. While he was extremely skeptical, his Christmas wish came true. The little boy is a huge Auburn Tigers fan and really wanted to go to the BCS National Championship game against the Florida State Seminoles in Pasadena, California in January. Well, that's exactly what he got! The look on his face when he found out he was going to the game is absolutely priceless.