Squirrel Can’t Steal Food Because of Slick Pole

#messingwithnature

From youtube:

“The Rock Squirrel has been raiding our bird feeder, carrying away pounds of seed. Nancy figured a quick solution. I don’t know which is funnier, the squirrel or Nancy’s narration.

For anyone who is concerned about the squirrel, he still raids our other two feeders and the vegetable garden. The tiny amount of Vaseline used is non-toxic, the kind used for lip balm. He quickly learned that this feeder was not worth the trouble, so we have not put more on the pole, and the birds are delighted to actually get some of the bird seed.”

Aw: Kids Reenact Dramatic TV Shows For Emmys

This adorableness comes from mom.me, and there’s simply no way to avoid smiling at it. So if you’re trying to win a frowning contest or just in the mood to feel like crap, don’t watch this video. (Do show it to your frowning contest opponent, though. You’ll win instantly.) If, however, you’re in the mood to witness kids in small costumes awkwardly delivering jokes about your favorite TV series that go way over their heads, then go ahead and watch. Just to refresh your memory, this year’s nominees in the drama category are Game of Thrones, True Detective, House of Cards, Mad Men, Downton Abbey and Breaking Bad.

Dude Does Ice Bong Challenge Instead

Youtuber Ian Stuart decided he would help spread ALS awareness, too, but not by doing the ice-bucket challenge; Ian decided to take an ice-cold hippie bath by pouring fresh (hopefully) bong water all over his head after taking a hit, only exhaling after the shower.

We’ve all been one-upped.

Dude Arrested After Cops See Him Dragging Safe From Car

SWANSBORO, NC – Police have released dash cam video of a man who they say stole a safe from a pharmacy and dragged it behind his car for a few miles before passing an officer, who soon arrested him.

The suspect, Ryan Mullins, may have gotten away with it too, except he passed an officer while he was driving.

The 22-year-old allegedly swiped the safe from Family Care Pharmacy and dragged it for more than two miles before the officer saw him.

Individuals near the pharmacy reportedly saw Mullins’ vehicle parked outside with the safe nearby.

“You could just tell he was messing with something and having a struggle,” witness Carmen Fickling told WCTI12. “A lot of things crossed through my mind as to what could possibly be going on and none of them were good. But I never expected to see him pull a safe with the rope. It was strange.”

Mullins is charged with felony breaking and entering, larceny, possession of stolen goods, two felony counts of trafficking opium or heroin, one count of safe cracking and misdemeanor DWI.

The 100-pound safe reportedly contained prescription drugs.