MasterChef Competitor Can’t Open a Jar. She’s About to Lose…but Dad Is in the Crowd.

Dec 18, 2014 By Abraham 1

During a timed competition on Brazil’s MasterChef, one of the cooks couldn’t open a container she needed for her recipe. Without it open — and fast — she would lose.

Try as she might, however, the lid would not come loose. She even went so far as to risk her fingers and pry it off with a knife. But then…

…she looks into the crowd, and there is Dad.

And to make the story perfect, it all ended with her winning.

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Good job, dad.

The Best Man “Forgot” the Ring. Then the Most Bizarre Ring Bearer Ever Rolled Down the Aisle…

Dec 18, 2014 By Megan Berman 0

Instagram celebrity Quis is known for showing up anywhere he wants to wearing roller-skates and…Superman underoos.

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As you can tell, he loves popping up where you least expect him, so we’re not sure if we should be surprised that he was a special guest at a wedding in Lubbock, Texas this weekend, dressed in full “Superman Drawls” costume.

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3-year-old Snaps HUNDREDS of Selfies with Mom’s Phone. Mom’s Response Is Perfect…

Dec 18, 2014 By Megan Berman 0

There is nothing that kids love more than their parent…’s phone. The games are cool, sure, but the real draw lies in taking pics! Especially selfies. Kids love taking selfies.

The mom of this 3-year-old cutie pie recently took her phone back from her charming offspring to discover that “G,” her darling daughter, had taken 677 pictures of herself.

So naturally, she made them into a video and set it to music…

Via Metro

Move over, Kim Kardashian. We nominate “G” for Official Selfie Queen.

Veterans Look in the Mirror and See Another Self In These Powerful Portraits

Dec 17, 2014 By Megan Berman 2

When we talk about the military as one unit, it’s easy to forget soldiers are individual people with different identities, not just imposing uniforms. Photographer Devin Mitchell wanted to remedy that. He told Mic

The military community has expressed their interest in using my art to communicate how many of them feel to be living double lives while serving in the military. People who have never served have shown interest in knowing more about the diversified aspects of what causes veterans to feel that way.

So Mitchell created The Veteran Art Project, a photo project that uses photoshop to showcase the people on the other side of the uniform — literally…

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Cops Pull Cars Over for No Reason…and Hand Out Money (Thanks to This Generous Secret Santa)

Dec 16, 2014 By Megan Berman 0

Police in Kansas City, Missouri have been targeting vehicles this past month, pulling them over for no apparent reason. But the drivers end up really happy about it.

An anonymous businessman, known locally as the area’s Secret Santa, has been donating $100,000 in $100 increments to random strangers every year. And he’s not stopping now.

But this holiday season he decided to do things a little differently. He gave the crisp $100 “Secret Santa” bills to the Sheriff’s Department to hand out to whoever they wanted…

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So deputies began profiling “victims,” and targeting those who seem like they may need the money most.

Via CBS

But Secret Santa’s mission isn’t just to help those who need the money — he told CBS he wants the police to get something out of it, too…

Joy. You know, as tough as they are they have hearts that are bigger than the world.

19 Kids Who Santa Better Listen To, Or Else…

Dec 15, 2014 By Megan Berman 0

One of the sweetest parts of the holidays is seeing children’s adorable letters to Santa. Their unflinching belief in magic, youthful excitement, and unconditional love remind us of the true reason for the season.

Just kidding! They have non-negotiable demands that must be met.

Santa, if you’re reading this, if I were you, I’d give these kids what they want this year.

Otherwise, there may be “consequenses”…

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This Marine Was the Only Survivor. What He’s Most Proud of Now Is Gut-wrenching…

Dec 13, 2014 By Abraham 0

In 2005, Marine Travis Williams and his 12-man squad were sent on a rescue mission. Only he returned.

Here he tells the horrific story and talks about the aftermath, both in the days the followed as well as his life now. It is impossible to imagine what it must be like to live through this, especially when you hear him say the one thing that he’s most proud of in the years that have followed.

Heartbreaking…