Action Moves vs. Reality

Action movies are fun to watch, but they really take things too far. Everything, from a chase to a fight, is over dramatized until it’s not even realistic anymore. Ryan Higa takes viewers on a trip into the world of action movies, and demonstrates the difference between the movie world and reality in this new extended clip.

Three Kids Shocked In Pool

Turns out Shawn’s irrational fear of pool pumps isn’t so irrational.

Three children were shocked by an improperly wired swimming pool pump in Hialeah, Florida.

Video showing footage shows one little girl make her way over the metal hand rail and when she touches it, her head goes back and she freezes. Her muscles were paralyzed by electricity and she was unable to let go.

Fortunately there was a man on the steps just a few feet away. He realized something was wrong and tried to grab the child and was briefly shocked too, but was eventually able to yank the girl out of the water.

Inspectors say a total of three children were shocked when the pool pump, which wasn’t properly grounded, malfunctioned and electrified the water.

The children were lucky to survive their shocking. So far, city records show no official code violations or fines have been issued to the property owners.

There Are No Happy Endings With Python Massages

Who needs women with meaty hands when Burmese pythons are available for massages?

FEARLESS tourists are relaxing with massages – dished out by four giant Burmese pythons weighing a combined 250kg. Visitors to Cebu City Zoo in the Philippines can undergo the ssspa treatment from the snakes, which measure up to five metres long. Each python is fed 10 or more chickens prior to each massage, to curb any hunger pangs. And the treatment is free for those brave enough.

Now, how much do you tip a snake?

Cue the Tears: Soldier Adopts Dog Who Saved His Life

Grab a tissue.  Meet Layka.  She was a combat dog in the military and got shot by an AK-47 four times at point blank range. After 7 grueling hours of surgery and a leg amputation, she survived.  Staff Sgt. Julian McDonald went far out of his way to adopt her afterwards.  Thanks to National Geographic for this heartwarming viral video.