Reddit user BennyTheBuff posted a clip of his son attempting to say “thank you”… dopping the ‘than’ for ‘fuc’…. etc.
The Feds released a disturbing new 30-second video that they’re hoping will ‘inspire drivers to keep their phones in their pockets while behind the wheel’.
The clip features a group of young people driving, checking their cell phones and talking. The driver’s phone beeps, she looks down to check it as she drives through a stop sign. A truck plows into their car, rolling it end over end down a deserted street.
A police officer steps in and says: “Nobody likes to be stopped by the police. But if I’d seen her texting while driving, it just might have saved her life.”
According to distraction.gov, about 421,000 people were injured in automobile crashes that involved a distracted driver in 2012.
A study from the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute found that roughly 25 percent of teens respond to a text at least once every time they drive.
Another study found that the average time a driver has their eyes off the road while texting is five seconds.
Thank goodness something happened to end this dude’s mindless noodling.
…include the results of the fight in the sermon! Pastors are now fighting other pastors in some churches in the US, as reported by this documentary. A little controversial, yes, but we think it’ll keep kids awake during church services.
We can’t wait for this! May 15th!
A college professor in Grand Rapids, MI has a rule: If your cell phone rings in class you MUST answer it, and it HAS TO BE on speaker-phone.
One of his students got a call during class. When she answered it was a clinic informing her that her pregnancy results turned out to be positive. The professor turned beat red and tried to get her to stop the speaker phone session.
After she got off the phone, the professor publicly apologized. The student responded with, “its ok I’ve been expecting this and I already know what I’m going to name the baby. The first name will be April and the middle name will be Fools”.
The class cracked up as the professor got the joke.
A Massachusetts dad used Vine to to showcase his 4-year-old daughter’s Saturday morning antics…. for three months.
Bottlerocket, whose real name is Tony, recently combined all of the Vines into one to make a video that has since gone viral – with over 540,000 views.
The videos show him staring into the camera as his youngest daughter jumps, leaps and boogies in the background- sometimes smacking him in the head with dolls or other toys.
Tony started making the videos when his young daughters started taking dance classes on Saturdays. It’s all in good fun and he said he’s not at all annoyed by his youngest daughter.
While most get the humor behind his videos, he has been hit with a few negative comments about his parenting with one comment telling him to “hang out with his kid” instead of staying on the computer.
This actually could have turned out way worse.
Can’t even walk, and he already has street cred.