Travel vlogger Ted Willis took a trip to Manila in the Philippines to explore Smokey Mountain, a poverty-stricken area with government funded housing. He discovered the people living here survive off of trash. They find "valuable" goods to then turn around and sell. While most people can't fathom this lifestyle, this is an everyday reality for these people. If you want to help you can donate to YWAM Balut a charity that helps the Smokey Mountain community break the cycle of poverty.
Follow along on his entire journey below.
One man's trash is another man's treasure, but you'd be absolutely floored by the treasure DALLMYD finds when he goes scuba diving. His latest dive took him to Lake Martin in Alabama, where he found old beer cans scattered across the lake bottom. However, he also found an Apple Watch! He managed to locate the original owner and returned the watch. View Now
Austin Keen doesn't need an ocean to get his daily skimboarding fix—a thunderstorm will do! Watch him skim through the slick grass at an ordinary park like it was a sandy beach!
The guys at Adrenaline Addiction have quite the opposite philosophy when they take their cliff-diving and daredevil craft to new levels off the Hawaiian coast. With only snorkeling equipment, they bravely dive into deep ocean caves and swim alongside massive sea turtles!
When life gives you potholes, make swimming pools. That was Ricardo Silva's answer when his complaints about a dangerous pothole in the road went unanswered by the city. Taking matters into his own hands, he had his son filming as he transformed the pothole into a public swimming pool. The video went viral, and the water company quickly got to work repairing the pothole, probably hoping to avoid any further embarrassment. View Now
It's some people's nightmare to have three of their exes answering questions about their relationship all at the same time. Well, Dez here is one brave woman as Glamour sits down with her, and three of her ex-boyfriends, to get real about their experiences together.
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Mr. Irvine made a surprise visit to Ms. Wasberg's classroom while she was away. Why? To tell her second grade students that he was going to propose to her! When she returns and he pops the question, both her and the children are ecstatic. The whole class deserves A's after keeping the big surprise a secret! View Now
Sarah and Mason are in a unique relationship that certainly catches other people's attention. Their difference in age and appearance is enough to make people doubt their relationship. Despite other people's skeptical opinions, they insist that they're really in love.
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A woman was driving in downtown Los Angeles when a red-tailed hawk decided to join her for a ride. The bird stayed on the hood of her car for 15 minutes while she drove around! You can't blame it for wanting to beat the LA traffic by carpooling instead. View Now
Juniper the cat is living the good life. She's starting to doze off while lounging in a baby rocker — or should we say kitty rocker?
Next, Hank's owner gives him some dog booties to protect his paws from the summer heat. It looks like they're going to take some getting used to, though! View Now
It's not hard to imagine that the closet of mogul Paris Hilton would be a mindblowing one — and Allure is confirming that by showing us inside this extravagant space. Anybody care for a spritz of one of Paris' 25 different fragrances?
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We know John Stamos for his work as an actor, but what we didn't know was how insanely cool his home is. From guitars to typewriters, and many things in between, Architectural Digest is taking us inside this stunning Beverly Hills paradise.
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If you're as talented as Clair Elliot, then finding a skateboard at a thrift shop could mean finding the canvas for your next masterpiece. After an intricate process of stripping and painting, she's finished her Kurt Cobain inspired skateboard art — and we're impressed.
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In case you ever wanted to know how to give yourself nails so long you can hardly use your fingers, VlogGrrr has got you covered. She's preparing for the 24 hour longest nails challenge by gluing together artificial nails and attaching them to her own — and walking us through it all. Man, that's a lot of nail polish. View Now
Master of food challenges Randy Santel is in Joplin, Missouri attempting the six-pound Mexican "Burrito Loco" Challenge at El Taco Loco. Eating a six-pound burrito in under ten minutes may seem impossible to most, but Randy's not one to shy away from a challenge. View Now
We previously featured the "credit card challenge" here on RTM, the one where someone slides a credit card down a wall and the other person has to try to catch it with their head. Well, it's going viral, resulting in countless videos of hilarious head bangs from far and wide. So, we thought we'd have the RTM hosts give it their best shot! View Now
This one is not for the faint-hearted! For most people, the idea of having a botfly, or any critter for that matter, growing inside their back is a nightmare. However, entomologist (a scientist who studies insects) Phil Torres wears his larva as a sort of badge of honor, representing the years of work he has done in the Amazon. If you dare, click here for the full uncensored video! View Now
Being clumsy isn't so bad...as long as there's no one around to see your clumsiness. Unfortunately for Miranda, all her coworkers were there to see (and film) her drop a 22-quart bucket of ranch dressing, drenching her from head to toe. Hey, at least it was just her coworkers who saw it happen, right? Right?? ...Nah, the video was posted to Twitter and has since racked up millions of views. View Now
A retired electrician named Stephen Mckears could not figure out how objects scattered on his tool shed's work table ended up in an old ice cream tub each night. He noticed that plastic clips, nuts, bolts, screws and other objects would be neatly stacked away each night. After a month of the strange activity, Mckears and his neighbor Rodney Holbrook set up a camera to get to the bottom of the crazy mystery. Word on the street is that the mouse has updated his resume and his looking for a full-time job on a cleaning crew. View Now