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The conversations that parent's of 2-year-olds endure on a daily basis are truly redonkulous... Let's just say, they're called terrible twos for a reason. But instead of pushing through those toddler years, Matthew Clarke decided to capitalize on the comedic conversations he frequently has with his two-year-old daughter, Coco. In this first (of hopefully many) episode of "Convos with my two-year-old" Clarke had a young male actor help him re-enact an actual conversation he had with little Miss. Coco.
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It's a geeky dad's proudest moment... Four-year-old Mia Grace proves to the world that she is an expert in the Marvel Universe. You can see dad beaming with pride as this geek-in-the-making lists off the four members of the Fantastic Four and other super hero trivia, like it ain't no thing.
Having a fun-loving and goofy bus driver probably makes every day more fun for the kids in this video... except on April Fools' Day! While transporting a bus full of kids to school, this driver pulled over to tell them that a water main broke and school would be canceled for the day. After letting the students scream (and when I say scream, I mean it... headphone wearers, you've been warned) for a solid minute, the driver revealed that the whole thing was an April Fools' prank! The cheerful screams immediately turn into screams of hate. One kid even yelled, "I will cut you with a knife." Dramatic much? Well played bus driver, well played. While April Fools' Day was a little over a month ago, but this video was just uploaded to YouTube.
Young Olivia Park didn't ask for a pony or a princess castle for her Birthday, she wanted to get a safe room that would protect her family from storms like tornadoes that are common to Oklahoma, where she lives. RightThisMinute Skyped with Olivia and her mother, Rosemanne Park, who told us more about why it's important for them to have a safe room.
It's Tech Time, again! As part of a physics demonstration, a high school science teacher had cinder blocks smashed on his stomach. Then it's 50 music videos in one for OK Go's new song "I'm Not Through." Watch to find out why and how all of this was done!
How cool is this? These kids will definitely have an awesome story to tell for the rest of their lives. Watch Andrew Garfield, the Amazing Spiderman himself, take a break from filming the sequel to play a little basketball with a couple of local kids in Chinatown. You also catch a glimpse of his on-screen and real-life girlfriend Emma Stone walking with a dog.
Meet Josh Turnbull, he is the son of Chelsea FC goalie Ross Turnbull. This was after the last match of the season and with the sport flowing through his DNA, Josh wants to score one more for the team. The crowd cheers him on, giving the lad the extra bit of motivation to score. Sign him up!
Kids will be kids, even when the situation is potentially deadly. This group of kids in China are playing on an improvised slide. The slide consists of a rooftop eight stories in the air. One small mistake could be disastrous. Then, to brighten the mood, watch this kid make an amazing trick shot from his trampoline.
This new falcon mommy decided she wasn't quite ready to be a parent after all, and tried to stuff her chick back in its egg. I'm pretty sure that's not how it works. Also, a cat warms its face in a bowl of popcorn, then eats some.
Warning: This may be hard to watch. To reportedly keep these young boys in line or to make them go to sleep, a "caretaker" at a children's home in Russia lined the kids up to be beaten. The footage was not recorded in secret, but was passed off to authorities. Why not just try reading a bedtime story?
This kid is either about to have an epic fail, or he is totally awesome. Do you think he will be able to clear 4 chairs? You'll have to watch and find out.
This young man finds out he's pregnant and has to face the music. Okay, maybe it's just a French ad and not real, but it makes the very valid point that woman aren't the only ones responsible for worrying about birth control. Men can't get pregnant, but they can sure make a baby. Always practice safety and responsibility!
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