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Jacob Hughes grew up around bikes and now rides his own Harley in his adult life. He introduced his six-year-old son, Ryan, to motorcycles for something father and son could bond over. Ryan fell in love. He has so much fun riding his own dirtbike and even steering his dad's bike. Jacob actually uploaded a video of Ryan doing this, which has people talking around the web. At RightThisMinute, we had a chance to Skype with Jacob and his son to find out what he thinks of all the comments coming his way. If you haven't seen the video of six-year-old Ryan Hughes steering his dad's motorcycle, you can watch it right here!
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It's one thing to let your child steer your car while driving on an empty road. Jacob Hughes was riding his Harley Davidson motorcycle with his 6-year-old son riding up front. He then lets the child steer the bike. At least he was wearing a helmet. We had a chance to Skype with this biker dad and his son, which you can watch right here!
Grandma and Franky recently played an impromptu game of "Hide and Seek." The little guy hid in the kitchen but still proved to be tough to find. Luckily, she was finally able to find him in an interesting area that we would have never inspected or expected.
The guys at Prank Files know how get people going. After a guy put his "baby" in the trunk, several people stood up to him and told the prankster to take it out of the trunk. After playing along for quite some time, the prank was revealed to the good Samaritans. It turns out that the baby was in fact something else...
These kids know how to make anything an adventure. In clip one, Chris Pierce's daughter attempted to climb into her dad's truck like Indiana Jones. Using a seatbelt to pull herself up, the explorer from Canada carried herself into her dad's Silverado. In clip two, Prudence was not a fan of carrots, so her dad decided to create a song in order to make eating her veggies a bit more fun. Instead of eating her carrots, she chose to snatch up some peas. Well, at least there is that.
First, a good guy biker pulled over to rescue two children in the middle of a busy road, and then a massive truck rollover trapped a woman in her smashed car. Miraculously, there were no serious injuries in either incident.
Way back in October, Mr. Arturo Trejo and his wife Nancy made a serious announcement... They were opening a taco shop in Las Vegas. Flash forward six months and "Frijoles" is ready for business. But not without a hilarious update from father and son.
We can count on Mr. Forthright to dish out advice on everything from how to win the Super Bowl to how to avoid jury duty. In this edition, he shares his wealth of knowledge on raising kids who aren't complete jerks. Among the stellar tips? When your kid does something right, give him praise - but not a raise, otherwise "they'll suck you dry." Another gem? If your kid fails a test, you can "fail" to provide them with dinner. Check out more awesome tongue-in-cheek tips from the one-and-only Mr. Forthright.
We're sure you've become familiar with "Kid Snippets" from Bored Shorts TV. If you haven't, you really should, they're hilarious. This time around, grown men act a little childish at band practice. They attempt to figure out what to do, but it just doesn't go well, at least not for the lead singer.
TheFineBros had some more "Kids React" to old technology. We previously saw these 2000-ers confronted with an old rotary phone, and now they're learning what listening to music was like before iPods and smartphones. Apparently portable cassette players (aka "Walkmans") are sooo last millennium. To those of us who rocked them back in the day however, they were revolutionary.
He knows how much she likes KFC's original recipe, so he got some for her... as a corsage for their prom. Because "love can be awkward." Uhm, I think what's awkward is getting fried chicken to put on your wrist instead of a flower, but maybe that's just me?
Two years ago, we featured a beautiful time-lapse of young Lotte from when she was just a baby, all the way to her turning 12. If you thought that was impressive, check out the update! Now Lotte's 14 and her living portrait is still going strong.