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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Prank Video | Rémi Gaillard pulls elevator prank confuses would-be users

He's a one-man viral video machine who has previously enthralled the internet by disguising himself as a player in the Coupe de France final and bringing Mario Kart to life.

And now the French prankster -- who has more than four million fans on Facebook and claims to have more than a billion views of his videos -- is at it again.

This time he decorated the inside of an elevator to look like an apartment and promptly made himself at home, and waited for an unsuspecting member of the public.

When she pressed the button to call the elevator, Gaillard came out, looked at her like she was going crazy… and proceeded to call another lift which he'd decked out as his fridge.

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Funny Video | Baby Laugh Not Stop

Babies are easy to tackle. Just a simple music and melody can make them laugh and laugh.

Don’t make it so difficult and impossible task.

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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Fun Video | Interactive Floor With Flower Effect

This is really nice interactive floor with flower effect. Imagine you have one at your home. Enjoy the fun while you walking through the floor. Kids will like it the most and play whole day without stopping.

Such a wonderful and beautiful technology products.

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Funny Video | Funniest Fotoshop Commercial

Ever want to look 10 or 15 years younger than you age? Here’s another solution for you. Introducing the Fotoshop from Adobe to help you to slim down, trim, change skin color and many more function.

What would you like see yourself here??

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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

LOL Picture | U think ?

U think
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LOL Picture | Meanwhile on earth

Meanwhile on earth
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Funny Picture | Sure looks like barbie.

Sure looks like barbie.
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Funny Picture | You missed.

You missed.
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Funny Picture | Because cameras and cellphones are too mainstream

Because cameras and cellphones are too mainstream
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Funny Picture | Photo Op Fail

Photo Op Fail
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Funny Picture | Toy Packaging Fail

Toy Packaging Fail
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Funny Picture | Greatest family photo EVER

Greatest family photo EVER
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Video | Cat Learns Sign Language

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People who live behind a red door are happiest


A study which quizzed 2,000 people about all aspects of their lives has revealed those who live in homes with a red front door are the happiest.

Over half of those polled were convinced the front door colour gives a lot away about its owner and the type of person they are.

And as such researchers found red front door owners are the biggest extroverts and are more relaxed in their approach to life.

Those with scarlet coloured doors are also the happiest generally, with white, green and brown all colours of the people who were most content in life.

The study also revealed that black front door owners are the most successful in their careers, while those with purple doors are the most sociable and the most likely to have a group of very close friends.
And a pink front door is the choice for those who are daring, and who also have the most friends.

While going for the orange or terracotta look might not do much for your working life, it was the colour chosen by people who were happiest in their relationship.

People living behind a green door are the most trustworthy, while pinks are full of mischief.

A spokesman for Farrow & Ball, which commissioned the research to launch their Great Outdoors competition to find the world’s best exterior door, said: "A front door is the first thing you see when you are approaching someone’s house and can tell you a lot about the home and its owner.

"It shows that colour can say so much about our personality and the front door can be seen as an indication of the type of person we are.

"The research indicates that Brits are perhaps subconsciously painting their front doors to reflect a particular mood or personality."

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Is this the most embarrassing wedding moment ever caught on video?

Every bride wants her big day to be a memorable affair and one which people can't stop talking about… though probably not like this.

A embarrassing wedding video is currently doing the rounds which shows a bride being left red-faced after her skirt falls down to the tune Bittersweet Symphony.

The unnamed bride had been walking down the aisle when she tripped on the carpet and unintentionally (assuming the video is not a fake -- which it probably is) exposed her rear.

After picking up the discarded wedding attire the bride can be seen running back away from the ceremony -- as the photographers aim their lenses at her and cameras keep rolling.

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Blue's stars did not stab AVB's back

Chelsea players did NOT stab Andre Villas-Boas in the back, insists Blues legend Ray Wilkins.

Villas-Boas was yesterday axed as boss — with rumours a dressing-room revolt helped see the rookie off.

The Portuguese had a rocky relationship with big names at the club and had rowed with Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole.

But Wilkins, who was No2 at Stamford Bridge to Carlo Ancelotti, said: "I found the players an absolute delight to work with.

"They are a very nice bunch of guys, they are a hard-working bunch and, coupled with that, they are an extremely talented bunch. We didn't have a problem.

"I don't think the players swayed the owner. It appears they are looking for change at Chelsea and I just feel they went about it too quickly with AVB.

"To change what has been such a force — not only in the Premier League but in European football — overnight, you just can't do that.

"It takes a gradual adjustment. Chelsea have gone hammer and tongs at it and they should have taken their time in switching over."

Jose Mourinho is being linked with a sensational summer return to the club as he heads for the Real Madrid exit.

And Wilkins reckons the Special One is the only man for the job.

He added: "I would say Mourinho because I think Mourinho will leave Real Madrid.

"I think he will win La Liga comfortably and he will think his job's done there. He's still in the Champions League, he's got a chance of winning that.

"He's got a wonderful squad of players there but I think he will leave. He, for me, would be the perfect option."

Roberto Di Matteo is in temporary charge at Stamford Bridge. And former Chelsea star Eddie Newton has joined his coaching staff until the end of the season.

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Benitez ready to lead Chelsea

Rafa Benitez has invited Chelsea to make him an offer he cannot refuse.

The former Liverpool boss is one of the favourites to replace sacked Andre Villas-Boas.

Spaniard Benitez is yet to hear from billionaire Blues owner Roman Abramovich — but is ready to talk.

He said: "As a manager with Champions League experience and experience in Spain and Italy, I am open to offers.

"How many managers have won trophies in three different countries, the Spanish title or the FIFA Club World Cup? I am a manager now waiting for a job, I can't stop speculation. I can't stop people talking.

"I have just to wait and see if something happens in the future.

"I'd like to challenge for trophies and have this option. I am open to these kinds of projects and have to analyse every offer."

Villas-Boas was booted out on Sunday, just 257 days after taking the job at Stamford Bridge.

And former Blues boss Felipe Scolari — sacked amid reports of a player revolt three years ago — called the job 'hell'.

Scolari said: "Chelsea's culture is very different.

"Some things are known, like the relations with the owner, who has the relationship with some players before the coach."

Benitez, 51, who still lives in England, shrugged off the turnover of seven managers in eight years.

He pointed to his record of winning the Champions League with Liverpool, the World Club Cup with Inter and La Liga with Valencia.

He said: "At top sides, the manager is always under pressure. I have experience in Spain and Italy — so I know." -
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Addict escapes caning after sex change

A recalcitrant drug addict in singapore has been spared the cane as he is now a she. Preeta Nivashani M. Rechnam underwent a sex change operation in Thailand in 2006.
The 40-year-old is now considered a woman and had been remanded in the Changi Women’s Prison since Dec 10 last year, said Deputy Public Prosecutor Kenneth Wong.

She was sentenced Monday to seven years and three months in jail for consuming syabu.

As Preeta had served the Long-Term Imprisonment 1 (LT1) sentence of five years and three strokes of the cane in 1998 for abusing morphine, she was liable for enhanced punishment as an LT2 offender.

Preeta Nivashani M Rechnam was sentenced to 7 years and 3 months. Photo credit: Central Narcotics Bureau, Singapore
Preeta Nivashani M Rechnam was sentenced to 7 years and 3 months. Photo credit: Central Narcotics Bureau, Singapore

Addicts who return to consuming drugs after going through the level-one punishment, are jailed between seven and 13 years. Male offenders are also caned between six and 12 strokes.

DPP Wong had told the court then that she was arrested after midnight on Dec 2 last year with two men in a room at Oxley Hotel in Geylang.

Tests by the Health Sciences Authority revealed traces of syabu and heroin in her urine.

The charge for consuming heroin was taken into consideration by district judge Liew Thiam Leng in sentencing her.

Lawyers said it was unlikely for a man to change sex just to escape caning for an offence.
Source: The Straits Times
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1 in 3 UK teenage girls 'sexually assaulted'

A British survey has found that a third of teenage girls in the country become victims of sexual violence by their boyfriends.
Experts fear that some do not even realise they are victims of a crime and others are too terrified or embarrassed to speak out, the Daily Mail reported on Monday.

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, who was helping to launch an unprecedented advertising campaign to stem the tide of abuse, told an audience of teenage girls Monday that the latest figures were shocking.

Clegg said: "We've got such a highly sexualised culture at the moment and there are huge pressures."

"Any parent of a teenage girl will tell you there's huge pressures on teenage girls to conform to behave in a particular way, and I just think it's really important we give them the protection they need that when they say 'no' it means 'no' and the law is on their side."

Based on research by the NSPCC, a child support charity, and the University of Bristol involving 1,353 teenagers, the Home Office says a third of girls aged 13 to 17 have been the victim of some form of sexual violence from a partner.

A TV ad, which will be screened during youth programmes will depict a boy coercing a girl into sex at a party, despite her pleas to stop
A TV ad, which will be screened during youth programmes will depict a boy coercing a girl into sex at a party, despite her pleas to stop

And research shows that the problem is not just confined to girls, with 16% of boys also reporting that they have experienced some form of sexual violence from a boyfriend or girlfriend.

It found that the highest proportion of sexual abuse - 66% - is perpetrated by young people under the age of 18. It is thought that up to 900,000 young women are victims of sexual crimes that are likely to leave them scarred for life.

Further research found the highest proportion of sexual abuse is perpetrated by under-18s. Officials discovered that while most teenagers know rape is wrong, many do not realise that sex without consent is always a crime.

The advertisement - to be broadcast on TV, in cinemas and online - urges young people to rethink their view of what constitutes rape.

It will be screened to viewers of TV programmes popular with teenagers such as Skins and Hollyoaks.

Research has shown some boys think girls must have sex with them if they spend enough money on them.

And campaigners say teenage girls often accept abuse in a relationship because they do not realise it is wrong or know how to stop it.
Source: IANS
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Mum locked girls in frigid bedroom

A three-year-old girl from Alaska, America's northernmost community died and her younger sister suffered hypothermia after their mother and the mother's boyfriend left them in a locked bedroom with a window open to a temperature of minus 34 deg C to air out the room because the girls wet their beds, authorities said.

The mother, 28-year-old elementary school teacher Esther G. Edwards-Gust, was apparently on the lam on Saturday, a day after she and 29-year-old Richard Tilden Jr. were indicted in the child's death.

Tilden was in custody.

The couple shared a home with Edwards-Gust's one and three-year-old daughters in the Inupiat Eskimo community of Barrow.

Police say the two girls last month were trapped overnight in their bedroom with a window open to temperatures that dropped to 34 deg C below zero.

Both children were diagnosed with extreme hypothermia and flown to an Anchorage hospital, where the three-year-old died.

Source: Agencies
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World's biggest albino family

A mum and dad in India told of their pride after raising the world's biggest albino family.

White-skinned Indian couple Roseturai Pullan, 50, and wife Mani, 45, have EIGHT other family members who are albinos.

They have overcome years of prejudice and hardship — but now the unique ten-strong group are in line for official recognition with a Guinness World Record.

Roseturai Pullan, 50, and wife Mani, 45, and their albino kids. Pic from

Sons Vijay, 25, Shankar, 24 and Ramkishan, 19, and daughters Renu, 23, Deepa, 21 and Pooja, 18, inherited their albinism.

Renu wed another albino Rosheh, 27, and their two-year-old son Dharamraj also has the condition.

The family — who live in a crammed one-bedroom flat in Delhi — all have pale skin, white hair and poor vision, a side-effect of being albinos.

Roseturai told The Sun: "I've heard people call us 'angrez', which means 'English'. It's hard for people to understand we're born and bred Indian.

"All we know is that we can't see properly, and we can't sit under the sun for long, but we live the best we can."

Roseturai and Mani had an arranged marriage in 1983. They moved from Tamil Nadu in southern India to Delhi, where Roseturai sells eggs from a stall.

He said: "Our parents thought it best we marry as we were 'the same'. In South India we were told if you marry a person with albinism it signals good luck and riches.

"Well, that hasn't been true of us yet. We had a very tough life, especially in the South where people thought we had a disease and treated us like outsiders.

"People in Delhi are a little more open-minded, but many think we're foreigners."

He vowed: "Albinism won't get us down."

Mani admits she went to hospital for a hysterectomy after her first child was born, determined not to bring any more albinos into the world. She said: "I didn't want my children to suffer as we did, but the doctor got scared just looking at me and sent me home. I never went back and have had many children, all with albinism. Now I see it as a gift from god."

Mani, who has an albino sister, added: "I was teased and called various names as I grew up. It made me cry so many times. It's hard living as we do in a country like India, but we're still happy now."

She said their children — who all went to a school for the blind and use a magnifier to read — have already accepted they will not get good jobs due to their sight problems. Oldest son Vijay said: "I'm qualified to work with computers, but my vision means a job is hard to find." He added that when he has saved enough to wed he wants to have an albino wife.

"It's easier if I marry a girl with the same condition as me. I just need to find her."

The family hope they will soon be officially awarded a Guinness World Record.

The next biggest albino families — six-strong — live in the US and Canada. Guinness World Records last night said staff would be contacting the Pullans to verify the record.

The family are looking forward to global recognition. Roseturai said: "We're a great family so it'd be nice for people to know who we are." -
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