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Daniel Engling AKA TheCousinDan is a brave soul. In this handy video he shows you how to give yourself stitches after an injury that doesn't require an ambulance. As he writes in the video description, there's no need to go to an expensive ER if you are able to follow directions, can handle a bit of pain and your wound isn't too serious. Watch his tutorial on how to give yourself sutures if you can stomach the visual process.
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Watch this clever video prank by Stuart Edge. His buddy Grant Thompson rigged a deck of cards so that it has 330 volts running through it. That equals to three times the power coming out of your electric socket. The prankees are asked to pick a card and see if the prankster can guess which card they chose. While this is a great excuse to peck someone on the lips multiple times, the actual trick is pretty darn clever. Find out how it's done and how to win your own deck of cards signed by Stuart Edge.
509 Films finished off their amazing season for Volume 8 with this awesome helicopter shoot in Revelstoke, British Columbia. All of their top athletes participated including Brett Turcotte, Kalle KJ Johansson, Jay Mentaberry, Stephen Darcy, Randy Swenson and Cody Robinson. This video caps off 509 Films' awesome web series "Behind the Lens."
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Behold a fencing fight between a duo of men whose past combat experience is being beat up in gym class in 5th grade and not engaging in any fight whatsoever due to being afraid. Watch Matt Ingebretson's one-on-one fencing match with David Ross which he calls, "Idiot Fencing." Although one should only use a fencing sword during a bout, Matt and David eventually turn to other tactics. Who will come out on top? Watch and see.
Meet Chewbacca. Chewbacca residests at Aviarios del Caribe, a Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica. And this is why the Sloth is my spirit animal.
The jury has come to a decision on whether convicted murderer Jodi Arias will live or die. She confessed to killing her on and off-again boyfriend Travis Alexander and was recently found guilty of premeditated first-degree murder. The jury was initially deadlocked on whether Arias would be put to death or live out the rest of her life in prison.
There's nothing more encouraging than a foul-mouthed coach who threatens to punch you in the face. Check out this video of Legends Football League Chicago Bliss Head Coach Keith Hac. His microphone is turned up and boy is he passionate about the game and his lady players. WARNING: This video contains a lot of foul language.
Join Matt and Josh on their journey across the world to meet their two precious new twin babies- Julianne Joy and Henry Charles. The couple had the twins by gestational surrogate in Mumbai, India. To follow their journey as new dads, check out their blog, New Dads on the Block.
It's a geeky dad's proudest moment... Four-year-old Mia Grace proves to the world that she is an expert in the Marvel Universe. You can see dad beaming with pride as this geek-in-the-making lists off the four members of the Fantastic Four and other super hero trivia, like it ain't no thing.
Toby the Pug sure is living the life. As if being a dog isn't already every lazy human's dream, this pooch has his own personal meowing masseuse to rub his wrinkly skin as he nods off. And the best part- according to the poster, this is a regular thing. In the description, she starts by saying, "I caught them again." This video is five years old, but has made its way around the Internet and back several times now.
It's shocking the lengths people will go to to capture a YouTube video! While a massive tornado tore through Moore, Oklahoma on Monday, destroying everything in its path, YouTuber Charles Gafford sought safety in a storm shelter. But, as the tornado drew closer, instead of pushing deeper into his shelter, Gafford put his hand out to record this video of the deadly storm.
When faced with months left to live, how do you say goodbye? 18-year-old Zach Sobiech, who passed away on Monday, turned to music. The young cancer patient inspired millions with his beautiful original song, "Clouds," which he wrote to help cope with his deadly disease. "Clouds" is available for purchase on iTunes- all proceeds benefit the Zach Sobiech Osteosarcoma Fund, which aims to fund research for the cancer that took Zach's life, in hopes that kids diagnosed tomorrow will have a better chance for a cure.
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