Unless you've used your monthly minutes, there's usually no harm in letting a stranger borrow your cellphone for a quick call. There's usually no harm, butinternet prankster Andrew Hales plays off this social generosity in his latest video.
A homecoming pep rally is ostensibly about firing the student body up for the big Friday night football game. While there are varied ways to whip teenagers into a frenzy, reenacting a notorious instance of domestic violence would be universally recognized as an odd choice.
Because his late father was an Air Force veteran, 22-year-old Allen Smith gets a check from the VA every month. The $650 helps pay his college expenses but, like many students, he could always use some more.
He got a lot more earlier this month, when he opened his VA check and was staring right at the staggering sum of $690 million.
If you drive a cab in Las Vegas, you're gonna see some crazy things. But the biggest jolt of Adam Woldemarim's cab-driving career came last month after he finished a shift and was cleaning up his van. In the back seat of the vehicle was a soft laptop case that a fare had left behind. But instead of housing a computer, the case held $222,510 in cash.
When faced with eating something really disgusting—like, say, a cockroach—one strategy would be to think to yourself, "At least this won't kill me," before chowing down.
That technique wouldn't have worked, however, for Edward Archbold. On Friday, the 32-year-old entered a roach-eating contest at Ben Siegel Reptile Store in Deerfield Beach, Florida, and won after devouring "dozens" of three-inch discoid roaches in a four-minute time period.
"First World Problems" are meant to be a joke. The internet meme mocks the way the planet's more privileged citizens will complain about things many people would consider luxuries.
But if all you know is the First World, wouldn't these "problems" be real to you? In a parody video from Ryan Higa, First World Problems -- or FWP -- finally get treated with the seriousness they deserve.
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