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Mom Pranks Son With Creepy Baby Monitor Voice

Mom Pranks Son With Creepy Baby Monitor Voice

This little boy got scared when he started hearing a strange voice talking to him in his room — total boogeyman style. He ran to his mom for comfort, but little did he know, it was her behind that scary voice the entire time! View Now
How-To Make Watercolor Coasters

How-To Make Watercolor Coasters

RightThisMinute's how-to guru Jessica Hord shares how to make colorful watercolor coasters. You'll Need: -- White tiles (I used a hexagon-shaped tile.) -- Rubbing alcohol -- Tissue -- Flat brush -- Alcohol ink in multiple colors -- Sealer/Finisher spray -- Felt pads   Instructions: 1. Clean the top of the tile using a tissue and rubbing alcohol. 2. Use brush to paint a spot or two of alcohol in the center of the tile. View Now

Celebrity

Richard Sherman Goes Undercover to Surprise Seattle Lyft Passengers

Richard Sherman Goes Undercover to Surprise Seattle Lyft Passengers

These Seattle residence just thought they were getting into a normal Lyft with a very talkative driver — but little did they know the one in the driver's seat just happened to be a member of their football team's "Legion of Boom!" Richard Sherman couldn't help but make fun of himself as he drove unsuspecting fans around Seattle. Their reaction when he finally "introduced" himself was nothing short of priceless. View Now

Animals

Animal Rescues: Deer, Kitten

Juston Stone rescued a poor deer that got its leg caught on a fence in Tennesse. Then, check out this kitten that was rescued by the Arizona Humane Society. The five-week-old kitten was stuck down a manhole for three days. The kitten is in a foster home but will soon be available for adoption.  View Now

Unlikely Friendship Forms Between Elderly Man & Otter

An elderly man, Seppo Laamanen, from Finland has formed an unlikely friendship with an adorable otter. The otter first showed up at the 65-year-old man's door malnourished and emaciated.  Seppo fed the otter worms and fish and now the otter visits him frequently for food. View Now