A week ago, Chuck Testa was just a man with a relatively obscure taxidermy business. But after a deliberately campy commercial for Testa’s Ojai Valley Taxidermy went viral, Chuck became a brief internet sensation. He even got his own meme, with people putting his catchphrase “Nope! Chuck Testa” in all sorts of places.
In the video below, Testa confirms that he and his business are real, and then takes the time out to thank the internet for “all the support, interest, all the comments, and all the positive stuff that’s been going on.” You’re welcome, Chuck!
Left untreated, a cleft lip dooms a child to a lifetime of emotional and physical difficulties. It’s a also relatively easy condition to fix, and the organization Operation Smile has made it their mission to provide free surgery to needy children around the world who suffer from cleft lip and other facial deformities.
In this heartwarming video you can see a young Brazilian girl’s shocked and overjoyed first reaction to her new face after getting cleft lip surgery. You might want to grab a box of tissues before watching. (And you can donate to Operation Smile here.)
In this foreign language video, competitors from different nations compete for the nose rinsing world championship, seeing who can funnel the most water in one nostril and then out the other over a set period of time.
Generally, when a spectator at a baseball game catches a foul ball he’s next seen fielding a call from a friend or a relative who saw him make the snag on TV.
This Texas Ranger ran took that congratulations right away because he was already deep into a cell phone conversation when he casually grabbed a screaming line drive of a foul ball off the bat of Rangers’ second baseman Ian Kinsler.
Foul tips are one of the perils of playing the catcher position in baseball, but one doesn’t usually associate fire hazard with that risk. In the video below, a foul ball off the bat of the Chicago White Sox’s A.J. Pierzynski hits the mask of Detroit Tigers’ catcher Alex Avila so hard that sparks fly.
Setting: a backyard pool somewhere in suburbia. Crickets chirp, the air-conditioner hums, and a little boy standing by the pool chews on his goggles. After about 15 seconds of this tranquil scene, the camera finds a little girl, also poolside in a bathing suit. “I’m pooping,” the little girl matter-of-factly declares.
In this latest edition of animals loose in stores, two baby deer found themselves inside a Publix supermarket in Suwanee, Georgia.
The fawns tempted fate by wandering over toward the meat section, where they were scooped up by store employees. Unfortunately, the video ends before we learn if they were returned to their mother or fell prey to the butcher.
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