Contrary to stereotypical belief, people who are color blind can indeed see colors, they just have a harder time of distinguishing them from each other. Kind of like when a wife asks her husband's opinion on paint swatches and he replies with "Aren't they all basically the same?" Color blind individuals aren't stupid either, and it's patronizingly annoying to ask them if they know what the color of your shirt is, or your friend's shirt, or the couch, or the wall, or that car over there. So next time you see someone who's outfit clashes horribly with itself, perhaps they don't have a poor fashion sense, they just legitimately thought all the colors matched. Watch to see what other facts BuzzFeed found out about what it's like to be color blind. View Now
65-year-old Chris is color blind and has gone his entire life without seeing the full range of colors. Now he's about to try on EnChroma glasses for the first time, and he's certain that he won't get emotional about it. His tough demeanor quickly changes once he puts those glasses on, though. He can't help but get emotional once he sees all of the vibrant colors in the world around him.
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Have you ever seen a white deer? Reporter, Rikki Mitchell of Today's TMJ4 in Milwaukee heard several reports of a white deer sighting and she had to see it for herself. Rikki can hardly contain her excitement and it makes us smile.
Mary Sedgwick wasn't always blind until she was diagnosed with bilateral optic neuritis in 1997. Her eyesight progressively worsened until she was declared legally blind in 2003. At the time of her diagnosis, she was in her fourth year of pursuing a degree in the medical field. For the safety of her patients, she had to give up her dream of becoming a doctor. She recently had the opportunity to try on a pair of eSight electronic glasses and her entire world changed the moment she saw her guide dog, Lucy for the first time. Mary is raising money to buy a pair of these $10,000 glasses in the hopes of having a brighter future. You can donate here! View Now
Step aside Marty McFly, it's 2015 and there's a new hoverboard riding dude in town and his name is Cyril Takayama. Well, not quite. It's an awesome illusion and if you think you know how he did it, head on over to our Facebook page to give us your explanation. View Now
Melo and Red were in the middle of their wedding, when all of a sudden the wedding alter fell down. The happy couple didn't let that put a damper on their big day, though! No one was hurt during the incident, so they carried on with the ceremony afterwards. View Now
Emelia Karntakosol and Daren Le met in the Air Force and have traveled all over the world together before being able to finally settle down in California. Now, they've got a baby on the way, and they're about to find out the gender. But in this case, the only thing better than one memorable moment is two! View Now
How do women react when their boyfriends go out without them? Ejspeaks is showing us a few hilarious ways they might respond, depending on what type of person they are. There's the woman who enjoys her alone time, the stage five clinger, and the one who suddenly becomes a detective — just to name a few! We all probably know some people like this. View Now
Apparently, these blue sheep don't follow the rules of gravity! Well, at least it appears like they don't. They're able to climb up and down the side of this cliff in China, even though it's incredibly steep. View Now
A cop got quite a scare when his co-worker surprised him with a fake snake. His reaction to the prank was hilarious! Could this be the start of a prank war?
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Every year in Florida between June and October, the waters of the Indian River Lagoon light up. The enchanting natural phenomenon is caused by bioluminescent microscopic plankton in the water. Kayaking through the glowing lagoon looks like such a mesmerizing experience.
Shay Mitchell and Ian Harding from the TV show "Pretty Little Liars" are doing an ASMR mukbang (That's Internet-talk for eating lots of food on camera). They're taste-testing bizarre food cravings that supposedly really hit the spot for some people during pregnancy. Who's ready for ramen and waffles, or maybe some Twinkies with ranch? ...Anyone? View Now
College football season is back in full swing! The University of Minnesota Gophers are getting one legendary locker room visit from musician John Legend who wanted to congratulate the team after their win against Fresno State. Mr. Legend's nephew Mike Brown-Stephens plays for the team, so he came out to the game to show some support. Go Gophers!
Actor Jack Black isn't messing around when it comes to how he celebrates his 50th birthday. He's doing The Disney 50 Challenge, and impressively completing all 50 (okay fine, 53) rides in one (okay fine, two) days. We couldn't think of a cooler way to ride into your 50th year than at the happiest place on Earth. View Now
Professional eater Randy Santel is taking on traditional Filipino food with this Pork Belly Lechon challenge. It's Randy vs. an enormous plate of pork belly, fried fish, rice, and more — all in under thirty minutes. Can he add another overall win to his list? View Now
The guys at Yes Theory like to live by the motto "seek discomfort," and they're definitely doing that in this video. This time, the courageous group is challenging themselves to survive out on the open waters for 24 hours in a life raft. Things are getting pretty crowded, cold, and interesting — but like always, the Yes Theory crew perseveres. View Now
In this video, the guys from Team Edge are attempting the Disneyland scavenger hunt challenge. They have three hours to complete a list of tasks around the park, and whoever has the most challenges checked off at the end wins. Between Joey, Bryan, and Bobby, the competition is fierce — so, who will leave the park victorious? 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