Toaster Surprises Curious Cat
Toaster Surprises Curious Cat
Double Rainbow Causes Excitement in Idaho
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Curiosity scared this cat, but the toaster could of killed it. Val is of the black American Bombay breed. The cat is very skittish, according to her owner Ryan Hunter. The cat is also extremely curious and loves to investigate anything and everything. When she decided to investigate the toaster, she just got more than she bargained for. Credit:TheHuntryan.
Trevor from Boise, Idaho, had his own double rainbow experience recently. Although not quite as intense as the <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQSNhk5ICTI" target="_blank">famous viral video</a> from 2010, it’s still clearly a thrilling sight. According to Trevor, he was simply hoping to film some drizzly weather, so the rainbows were definitely a pleasant surprise. Credit: YouTube/trevor old
Daniel’s young daughter is a budding scientist and star of previous <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GY1K00UwpXI" target="_blank">hit videos</a>. One project she undertook with her dad was to build a small aquarium in which they hatched brine shrimp. At home together one Sunday, the pair took a closer look at their shrimps’ progress by examining one specimen under a microscope. This slowed-down and enhanced recording presents a fascinating close-up insight into the new underwater life. Credit: YouTube/Daniel Uí Dhúgáin
What’s rare is often particularly wonderful. When it comes to sports, those golden moments when a tough task is perfectly executed make for great memories. On this occasion, Sam and a friend had begun to play catch using water balloons when one came hurtling through the air in his direction. Luckily, Sam managed to lunge forward at just the right moment and managed to grab the balloon steadily in both hands, narrowly averting a soaking! Credit: Instagram/sam_scans
Music video producer Michael Faner knew the perfect place to record segments of the video to accompany emerging artist Rachel Wong’s new release. There was just one slight difficulty with using California’s Topanga Lookout: getting there involved a one-mile hike! While others might have avoided the area, this brave crew managed to get themselves, their equipment and most impressively, a piano, to the site before shooting! Credit: YouTube/M Faner
Witnessing cars being towed from the next-door parking lot is not an unusual sight for uploader, Tony Marengo. What is unusual about this video though, is that not only is the driver still in the car at the time, but there appears to have been no intention of going along quietly! As soon as he makes his escape from the clutches of the tow truck, he makes a very hasty get away leaving the foiled tow truck driver in his wake. Credit: YouTube/Tony Marengo
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