Five Youtube Experiences to Brighten Your Week
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Here it is! Another volley of Youtube videos to brighten your week...
I’ve collected some hilarious videos of some dodge-ball players; the facts about hedgehogs; the futility of attempting to keep animals in close proximity; and what to do with your pesky foreign change!
Quickly now, to the coin jar!
5. Insane Dodgeball Skills
If Jet lI ever played dodge-ball I’d wager this would be the outcome. The kid in the blue top casually strolls around in the background of this dogeball game, before magisterially flipping in the air (to avoid an incoming ball) before landing and launching a missile at the face of an opponent. Insane. Watch it.
4. Hedgehogs. Yeah!
If you ever wanted to learn more about natures most charismatic beast, the hedgehog, then look no further than this handy educational video.
Within you are taught nearly every nuance of the spikey mouse-like creature, from its impressions of a toilet roll, to the after-effects of the only known hedgehog fart. Interesting stuff.
3. Less Insane Dodgeball Skills
Unlike video #5 this clip is not a "oh my days! Look at that super dexterity and agility" but more like a "oh my days! Look at that super lack of dexterity and agility".
In fact, I’ve questioned why the poor fellow even attempted a backflip scissor-kick in the first place. But without a doubt, the outcome – the epic fail – is truly hilarious. I’m so glad he tried.
2. Worst Pet Keeper Ever
This is a highlight reel of the most hilarious mishaps to befall a TV show featuring pets. Although to be fair, whoever came up with the idea of shoving dozens of young animals onto a tiny table – on live TV – was clearly expecting mayhem.
So watch and enjoy as tortoises bite dogs, birds get attacked by monkeys, and kittens duke it out with puppies.
1. What to do with foreign coins
This is a marvellously simply and altruistic idea- but don’t get caught doing it else it could raise suspicion!
I have an abundance of foreign coins around my house, many of which I have no intention of keeping as an heirloom or ever spending again. I really should follow this video’s advice and bury them as treasure for the local children. Except I live in England, and not only is there a paucity of sandboxes, but an abundance of rain. So effectively I’d be digging in mud, and the children would have to dig through mud – and I don’t think that’s going to happen!
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