There's nothing like popping the question and letting the whole world see it go down from your point of view. That's exactly what happened for one man who decided to propose to his girlfriend while he wearing Google Glasses.
We got a kick out of this father and son duo's really cute cover of "Don't Let Me Down" by The Beatles since it's so close to Father's Day. On the stop parts of the song, the two-year-old really belts out the chorus "don't let me down," and then strums guitar along with his dad through other parts of the song. The father has a real good voice and plays guitar well, too.
Sure, your dad saidhe didn't want anything for Father's Day, but that might also have been a not-so-subtle hint that, thanks to the last several holidays, he has quite enough ties and golf balls, thank you.
World War II veteran John Potter is in the process of being evicted from the Zaleski, Ohio house he built 56 years ago. But the villain of this story isn't some heartless bank bureaucrat. Instead it's Potter own daughter, Janice Cottrill, who's using the power of attorney that Potter had given to her to throw her father out on the street.
Is child birth truly the most painful experience in the world for women? More interestingly, could men handle labor pains? Two guys attempted to answer the age-old question by getting hooked up to a machine that simulates contractions via electrical shocks.
The results are what we expected: revealing and very funny.
Mothers have been communicating with their children via handwritten notes for years. Some mothers put more of a humorous spin on their notes than others, however. With Mother's Day right around the corner, we're hoping the children of the moms behind these hilarious notes have something awesome planned for them:
ANAR, a Spanish organization that helps at-risk children, found an interesting way to target only the people who needed their services, without their parents finding out they wanted to get help -- a lenticular photo.
If you want to get your kids outside, away from their Xbox or Wii, and interested in some of your backyard garden projects, you’ll probably need to be somewhat inventive with your gardening ideas. Pulling weeds and planting flowerbeds just won’t cut it for most of children. Think incentive here.
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