ITN News filed this report. In the Chinese city of Taizhou, duck farmer Hong Minghs knows that nature is best. So he marches his ducks to a feeding pond a couple times a year to get plenty of bugs to eat and save on food costs. People stuck in traffic behind the 5,000 bird march don’t seem as pleased about the march.
Most people immediately become terrified at the sighting of a bear, especially when it’s right outside the house. But not Mr. Jangzter. He saw a bear outside, and when he finally spotted it again, he seems almost excited. “Oh, there he is. Hey, bear. What’s up bear?”
Amazingly, at no point does the cameraman seem fazed by the fact that a powerful bear that could maul his face was just feet away. The two had a semi-dramatic stand off, each beast trying to bluff the other. Finally, he scared the bear away by running after it, screaming, “Run, bear, run!”
Do not try this at home.
*Thanks to Bill for keeping our editors on their toes!
Steven the cat lives with his owner in Melbourne, Australia, and loves to play with the guitar. He fancies himself a musician who is extremely devoted.
How devoted, one might ask? When a 6.3 earthquake struck, Steven could barely be troubled to stop playing. And when he does stop, he only seems to be annoyed by the shaking. “Hey, Earth? Can you keep it down? I’m practicing here!”
Of course, like everything online, this too must be taken with a grain of salt. Already, the skeptics are screaming fake. Notice how kitty or even the stationary guitar never actually moves as a result of the shaking. It’s a simple camera trick done very well. So well in fact, that the fraud was featured on Channel Ten and Channel Seven. That’s embarrassing.