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A woman was captured by surveillance footage scouting out a home in Canada before walking away with a dog who looked just like Partner, the family dog who lives there. A month later, the family confronted the same lady walking the same dog, now "surprisingly" shaved. Turns out she in fact did dognap the family dog. Partner was returned to his loving family and the lady was arrested. Police are still looking for her accomplice. Nobody likes a dognapper or a dognapping story but at least this one had a happy ending.
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When a selfie video goes horribly wrong, you get a boot in the face from a train. At RTM we Skyped with this kid who says it was a real kick! Then from horribly wrong to something that actually worked out for this woman as John Daly teed up a golf ball in her mouth. Good thing he's a pro!
We've heard the old phrase "beauty is in the eye of the beholder," but maybe that should be "beauty is in the mind of the beholder" instead. "Dove® on YouTube is about promoting positive self-esteem and helping women feel good about their unique inner and outer beauty." That's what the "About" section states on Dove's YouTube channel, and that's what their "Real Beauty" ad campaigns aim to reflect, but their latest ad has stirred up some controversy. The ad features women who experienced an interesting placebo effect after wearing "Dove: Patches" for two weeks, being told that they contained a compound that would make them feel more beautiful. People are pointing out the irony, however, of a company using the idea of "real beauty" to sell their beauty products.
Celebrities are kind of known for "gifting" their offspring with funky names (Apple, Ocean, Pilot Inspektor???)... and bands that attend Coachella (the annual music and arts festival with an infamous reputation for being the host of crazy things) are equally guilty in the bizarre moniker department. BuzzFeed decided to test festival goers on their pop culture knowledge by asking them if various wacky names were celeb babies, or lesser known bands.
What is it with Russians wanting to climb tall places? Well, we guess these guys got bored climbing in Russia, so they traveled to Dubai to conquer its tall buildings. From some of the tallest places in the world, we go to what may be the world's shortest elevator ride.
This man can recreate the sounds of 30 different animals... and pretty darn accurately too! So good in fact, we're going to go ahead and make this today's Daily Pet. Also, stick around for the end where he does a bonus impression of a recorder (you know, the annoying flute-like instrument kids inexplicably learn how to play in school, much to the irritation of parents everywhere).
Sometimes you need to expect the unexpected. In clip one, a group of friends in a car took an unexpected tumble. They were enjoying a nice drive when out of nowhere, the vehicle flipped for reasons unbeknownst to us or any other viewer. In clip two, the person behind the camera created a dry ice bomb. After poking and prodding the homemade explosive, it finally popped right in front of the camera and the inventor's face.
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?
Jeff Francoeur is a successful baseball player who was recently assigned to AAA El Paso. Upon meeting his new team he was told that one of his teammates, Jorge Reyes, was deaf. Jorge is most definitely not deaf, but Jeff believed he was... for a whole month. He only found out when he was shown this video. It seems all the major clues that pointed to the truth were just falling "on Jeff ears."
RightThisMinute has been following Charles Trippy since 2011, and he has taken us along for the ride ever since. The open and honest musician recently decided to announce his separation from his wife, Alli. The couple has been hosting their web series for a while, but Trippy told his audience that he will continue to make the videos for his web friends by himself. Trippy has shared his cancer treatment, his wedding, and more with us over the last few years. We are sad to hear about this news but are glad we will be able to continue to follow him.
After three days of "house sitting," Moo the cat was delighted to see her owner again, rushing to greet them at the door with loud meows. Check out more Daily Pet videos!