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You Won’t Believe the Size of the Earwax They Pulled From His Ear…

Look at the size of the wax lodged in his ear!

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Not all of us clean our ears as religiously as we should. Some people forget to remove excess wax from their ears. Now earwax is not really a bad thing; it’s actually needed to provide lubrication for the ear and protect it from water and dirt. The wax actually protects the ear from dust, foreign particles, and microorganisms.

So what happens if earwax starts to build up in your ear? First, there’s the hygiene issue. An ear canal that looks crusty when viewed from outside doesn’t look good. Second, the excess wax can harden and block the ear. Extreme cases can lead to temporary hearing loss.

So how much is too much? When you’re having a hard time getting rid of the hardened wax and someone has to extract the disgusting load from your ear. Case in point, this guy.

The first three attempts failed to get the wax…

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Oh my, there it is!

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Watch how they extracted the huge lump of wax from his ear.

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A Preschool in Japan Lets Kids Be Kids by Collecting Rainwater into Puddles so They Can Play

This takes me back to my childhood!

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One of my fondest memories as a child was playing on puddles of rainwater. I bet many would agree that childhood isn’t complete if you haven’t done this once in your life.

Nowadays, I don’t get to see kids of this generation play on puddles during heavy rain. Gadgets have become more interesting rather than exploring the outdoors.

Luckily, there’s a new preschool in Japan that lets kids be kids.

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Blind Dog and Best Bud that Guides Him are Inseparable and They’re Looking for a Family.

This cute pair needs a quiet and stable home!

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Best buds Glenn, a Jack Russell terrier, and Buzz, a Staffordshire Bull terrier, are totally inseparable. Permanently blind, Glenn completely relies on Buzz to do everyday activities.

Sadly, the pair was abandoned by their owners and was seen in a sea tunnel in Northern England. Luckily, the two stray dogs were rescued and brought to Stray Aid rescue center in Coxhoe, Durham. In the rescue center, Buzz was seen assisting Glenn find his food bowl, leading him to his kennel and bed at the shelter, and guiding him whenever he goes astray.

Stray aid Sue Bielby said: “Buzz acts as Glenn's eyes and it's as simple as that. Glenn gets his confidence from Buzz and if they were separated even for a few minutes they both bark and become distressed so they would need to have a loving home together."

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Despite Its Health Problems, This Dog Never Stops Smiling

With its infectious smile, this dog teaches us to stay happy despite our life’s challenges.

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An 11-year-old Shiba Inu dog named Cinnamon has captured the hearts of many Internet users with its infectious grin. Despite the dog’s seemingly happy disposition, Cinnamon suffers from glaucoma and Cushing’s disease.

Andrew Bua, an entertainment attorney in New York, has owned Cinnamon since March 2004, but it was his fiance Ashley Kroop who set-up an Instagram account for the dog, catapulting her to stardom.

Dubbed as the happiest dog in the world because of her permanent grin, Cinnamon has over 2,000 followers on Instagram.

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