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Two videos that show when you're not following safety procedures while doing dangerous things, you're putting yourself in even more danger. In clip one, when a skydiver tries to get flashy with his landing, he forgets to look behind him and collides with another skydiver. In clip two, a hang glider who stopped to pee forgot to check if everything was in the right place before he took off again. Ouch!
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Lonnell was at work in Jackson, Mississippi when he was told by his boss, Ron Chane, to walk over to a truck. Once he got to the truck, his boss threw him the keys to the vehicle. It was a two-year work anniversary gift after he and his wife had some transportation issues. The owner of Studio Chane Screenprinting has a great habit of helping out his employees.
Words can't even begin to explain how amazing this one is. It's an extremely heartwarming moment as an 87-year-old mother with Alzheimer's disease finally recognized her daughter, Kelly. It may have just been for a moment, but there was so much happiness and love wrapped up in that small amount of time. Simply incredible!
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This guy and his adorable one-year-old daughter, Georgia, played a fun game of acting out different modes of transportation. Georgia rode a motorcycle, drove a car and even flew a WWI-era bi-plane, which she parachuted out of. Yeah, we had a smile on our face too after watching this!
After a night of drinking, you're going to have to go to the bathroom. Often times, there are no public restrooms within a close enough vicinity. First, this security cam from a Russian pedestrian underpass is known for it's "on-the-go" bathroom. Second, fed up with people peeing on his door, this dude set up his own security camera to catch the a-holes at work. See the whole video.
There's nothing harder for a parent than dealing with their growing teenagers. Especially when they won't listen! This dad came up with a solution to that problem: simple but hilarious instructional videos he could post on social media. Changing the toilet roll is the first with, hopefully, many more to come. We're guessing with all of the embarrassment that's sure to follow, these teens will be listening to dad in no time! Ha!
Anna Akana recently created a video designed to give teenage girls some life advice. While Akana's assessments are very direct, the advice makes a ton of sense.
Lindsey Stirling recently starred in a "Kid Snippets" short for Bored Shorts TV. The accomplished violinist flexed her comedic muscles with the voice of a child. This one is funny.
When this mother went to cut her son's toe nails, she probably wasn't expecting to capture a priceless reaction from her daughter on camera. The adorable little girl got really upset mommy was hurting baby brother's nails. Aww!
A "holiness dance" in Industry, California involved Bishop Terence Rhone and his newly-wed daughter. The dance routine was part of the wedding party and the proud father really got into the music. Bishop Rhone clearly knows how to work a dance floor.
There had been reports of a bear with its head stuck in a bucket roaming around Perry Township, Pennsylvania as early as July 4. Initial efforts to trap the bear failed. It wasn't until the "Save the Bucket Bear" Facebook page was created that it was tracked down and rescued. Dean Hornberger, along with Jeff Kriebel, Kaitlyn Lakin, Eric Kriebel and Shawn Balcita, were the ones who finally took the bucket off the bear's head. Dean joined RTM, with Samanth Eigenbrod, his girlfriend who shot the video, to talk all about the rescue effort.
In just six seconds, Katrina Dewees did something that will haunt our dreams for quite some time. We're sure her friends will look away the next time she yawns.
An ostrich was caught "joywalking" in Thailand on a crowded street. This is clearly a bird on the run.
The folks over at the whatever YouTube channel are always involved in pranking shenanigans. This time they probably threw a monkey wrench into some relationships when they had a gorgeous girl approach others with some shocking your-boyfriend-cheated-on-you news. By their reactions, this was probably the most confusing thing ever for these gals!
Are you an aspiring life hacker? Then you've come to the right video. Grant Thompson aka "The King of Random" has some very clever hacks for you that include a "sweet" antiseptic and a colorfully safe trampoline.
Apparently, the driver of this truck is fed up with the noise dirt bikers make on the trails behind his house. So, he decided to chase a few of them down in his vehicle. That's all according to the guy with the GoPro camera in this video, of course. If it is true, though, then this video it's pretty crazy. Just watch!
RTM has been following Van Bernard's story for quite some time. Bernard's family raised $66,000 through a fundraising website that was created to purchase a new van to get Van around town. Through exposure from several media outlets, Van's story was told around the world. The family has used the donation money that they have received to buy the new van, which has made it easier for them to travel. They also bought Van a new wheelchair with the extra money. To donate to the cause, click here.
The world of technology has helped folks of all industries improve their performance. In clip one, a senior in high school created "FRED." The first response machinery was tested on Stockton Beach, Australia, as a practice scenario featured a surfer in distress. In clip two, Lisa and Andrew created a TV archway to allow for more space in their living room.
It's a question that keeps many of us up at night: How do you perfectly peel a kiwi? Okay... okay maybe not but that little pesky fruit is very difficult to peel. That is, until Dave Hax came along with what is the quickest and most efficient way to not only peel a kiwi, but a mango and avocado too. All you need is a glass!
Royal National Lifeboat Institution volunteers were out doing exercises near Dover, England when they noticed a dog stranded on a steep cliff. The volunteers maneuvered to get to the dog, Sprig, who was reported missing nine days earlier. The crew was able to get the dog into their rescue boat and return him to his owners.