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Baby pandas outwit zookeepers plan to deliver dose of medicine

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Getting kids to take their medicine can be hard, but when it comes to adorable panda cubs, it can be even more difficult.

In a new viral video, a Chinese zookeeper needed to give a dose of medicine to two pandas, but it didn't go according to plan, the Huffington Post reports.

The two young cubs mistake the man's presence for playtime as they climb on top of him and even cling to his legs.

As Metro notes, just as the zookeeper is close to getting one of them in position to take the medicine, the other panda climbs on his back, sending all three of them tumbling.

So much for experts: Europe's food experts fooled by pranksters into confusing McDonald's with organic food

McDonald's Fools Experts
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Dutch pranksters have fooled food experts and consumers and proved that even foodies can't tell McDonald's from real, organic food when offered some on a plate. The comments from misled 'experts' are hysterical.

Lifehunters, as the guys call themselves, posted a video of them visiting one of the most popular annual food expos in Europe, in the city of Houten, to serve their "top of the notch recipes" from their "high-end restaurant" that serves "organic alternatives to fastfood."

"The problem here is that we don't actually own a restaurant," one of the pranksters, Sacha, says on the video.

So they paid a visit to their "favorite restaurant" McDonald's.

Armed with a serving tray of cut up McDonald's sandwiches made into canapé treats they started their hunt for gullible fans of organic food to ask what experts think about their "specialties."

Police: Woman said Jesus would pay her bill

Kristi Rhines allegedly told restaurant workers Jesus Christ was on his way to pay her tab.

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An Oklahoma woman told restaurant staff Jesus Christ would pick up her tab.
An Oklahoma woman allegedly told restaurant workers her husband, Jesus Christ, would soon arrive to pay her tab, but the holy hubby was a no-show, police said.

Lawton police said Kristi Rhines ordered food and several alcoholic drinks Friday at El Chico and later told workers she didn't have any money, but her husband would soon arrive to pay her tab.

Rhines soon clarified her husband was Jesus Christ, but she admitted the union was not solidified with a marriage license.

'Sanctioned' Chechen leader asks Germany to apologize to his horses after banning them from racing

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Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov
The head of the Chechen Republic has ironically called the refusal to pay prize money to his horses "a disgraceful page in Germany's history" and added that German authorities will have to pay "multi-millions in compensation" over the scandal.

Ramzan Kadyrov replied to the news that his two race horses, Zazu and Dashing Home, were refused prize money after races in his usual way - by posting a comment on his Instagram account.

The top Chechen politician complained that the decision would make both horses depressed.

"After prolonged debates in the government and Bundestag, after consultations between the president and the federal chancellor they decided to deprive Zazu of the money earned by honest work and fast hooves. They also limited its freedom of movement. In Berlin they say that any horse must fall under sanctions imposed on its master and answer as if it were human," Kadyrov wrote in his comments.

"It turns out that Zazu is to blame for all the troubles that take place in the World - it was this horse who had made the decision to start wars in Iraq, Syria, Libya, Afghanistan, the decision to bomb Belgrade."



John Oliver slams SCOTUS for not allowing live video, creates hilarious reenactments, with dogs

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On Sunday's "Last Week Tonight" John Oliver pointed out that the Supreme Court of the United States just began their annual session. Oliver, however, is frustrated because live video coverage of the cases being argued is not permitted.

Audio clips are allowed to be recorded, however when the clips are paired with court drawings, very important country-altering decisions are reduced to bland images. Oliver has a plan to fix this (and possibly get the country to pay attention to the Supreme Court and the very important rulings that emerge): dogs.

Taking inspiration from the Internet sensation "keyboard cat," Oliver introduces animal reenactments. Watch below:

Bloodthirsty rabbit joins the long list of critters currently attacking humans!

Hilarity ensues as man Is attacked by bloodthirsty rabbit.
The laughing in the background makes it even funnier.


Ecstatic dog passes out from overwhelming joy when girl returns from 2 years abroad - Video

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Casey the Schnauzer and her human Rebecca, after two years apart
You have never heard a scream like this, Casey the Schnauzer let out a true scream of joy when her long-lost sibling came home. Rebecca Svetina and her family dog Casey have been pals for about 9 years, although their relationship has often been long distance. When Rebecca was studying to be a communication major at Kent State University, Casey was only a puppy. In between college breaks, Rebecca would return to her parent's house is Murrysville, where her dog was always there to greet her.

As any college student knows, there were a lot of hellos and goodbyes as Rebecca went back and forth to college and then home. But never had Rebecca been gone for so long until she decided to embark on a trip to Slovenia in 2008. On July 23, two years later, Rebecca finally returned home. At which point Casey could not have been happier to see her.

Her family was excited to see her, no doubt, but it's her little doggy that stole the show. Just want until you see the video for yourself!

Comment: They don't call them man's best friend for nothing!

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Giant French robots fight in Beijing

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People watch a mechanical installation named "The Spider" emit water vapor during the Long Ma performance in front of the National Stadium, also known as the Bird's Nest, in Beijing October 17.
In scenes worthy of a Transformers movie, a huge yellow horse-dragon clashes with a tremendous arachnid in downtown Beijing. The robotic show is creating awe in the Chinese capital for the first time ever.

The robot horse-dragon, or Long Ma, is 12 meters high and weighs 45 tons and his rival spider, The Princess, has a 20-meter leg-span and can froth at the mouth.

The show is half combat and half ballet without a strict scenario, though it is based on traditional Chinese mythology. The directors change the scene according to the reaction of the audience. A crew of 100 people includes actors, singers and an orchestra.
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UK woman's 'text from the grave' shock

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The recipient of the texts thought they were prank messages from friends.
A woman was horrified to receive a text message from her grandmother's phone number - three years after her death.

When Lesley Emerson died in 2011 some of her favourite things were buried with her, including her mobile phone.

Sheri Emerson, of South Shields, said she found comfort in texting her but was stunned to get a reply, saying: "I'm watching over you."

It emerged her grandmother's number had been given to another user who replied, thinking friends were playing pranks.

The network in question, O2, said it had spoken to the family and apologised for any distress caused.

Ms Emerson said that following her grandmother's death, rather than visit her grave at Harton Cemetery in South Shields, she would text small, personal messages as a "way of being close to her".

"I know she's not alive, but it's still going to her," she said.