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Bully Gets Knocked Out By Little Guy With One Solid Punch!

The bully had it coming!

Ann Moises





Bullies badger people who they find weak and different. They believe that by terrorizing others, they get to prove that they’re more superior and powerful than the rest.

Why? A browbeater is inclined to oppress those who are gentle, kind, loving, forgiving, and emphatic—qualities that surprisingly, he or she may also have. Only, these “tough guys” mistakenly regard these attributes as weaknesses and helplessness (when in fact, these actually show strength of character), something they’re afraid people might see in them.

These rascals also harass those who are physically inferior because they assume they’re stronger and won’t get beaten.

Oh! How the video below proved how dangerously wrong they could be!


In the 43–second clip, a bully was in a heated argument with an underdog. Eventually, it led to a fistfight with the thug hitting first. He kept swinging punches and kicking the guy, but they seemed futile.

The little guy, apparently, had some trick up his sleeves and some pretty slick moves. When he finally saw an opportunity, he landed one, strong blow on the ruffian’s face!

Can you guess what happened next?

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Most of the time, these thugs only want to project their own inadequacies and insecurities to others, thinking that if they call out other’s flaws, the world won’t notice theirs. But, they should know better than to judge others on face value, right?

What can you say about the video? Share your thoughts in the comments section.

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For the Sake of Science, Brave Biologist Allowed Maggots to Grow on His Skin

Will you do the same?




When Piotr Nasrecki, a Harvard biologist, came back from his travel to Belize last year, he found out that he was carrying extra baggage. But it was not the normal type of baggage that you carry around- duffel bags and wheeled leather suitcases, no. It came in the form of human botflies, scientific name Dermatobia hominis. These botflies made their way into his flesh via mosquito bites.

You see, botfly eggs are so diminutive they are actually laid on a mosquito. And, when the botfly-egg-carrying mosquito becomes surrounded by human body heat as they feast, the eggs drop onto the flesh. The botfly larvae then burrow into the flesh of its new host.

When Nasrecki found out what was happening, he did what any decent human being would do when faced with a flesh-burrowing parasite - he carefully pulled out the larva; he used a suction venom extractor to remove the parasite. And when he finally pulled it out, he saw the multiple rows of spines that the botfly larva used to attach itself to his flesh. Now there remains two botfly larva.

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Terrified Parents Heard Creepy Voice Talking To Their Son At Night

Toddler told his parents someone was talking to him at night. Mom discovers something horrifying!

Ann Moises



A baby monitor helps parents “watch over” their precious one while they do chores around the house or rest in the comfort of their own beds at night. The gadget allows them to hear not just the infant’s cries but also the noises inside a room, consequently alerting them if the kid is awake or in some form of danger.

But, what would you do, and how would you react if YOU hear a creepy voice TALKING to your child through the baby alarm in the middle of the night? And if your tot is old enough to understand the words, how do you think he or she would feel?


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Mark Zuckerberg Has The Most Epic Response to Grandma’s Comment About “Dating Nerds”

Mark Zuckerberg: Don’t date a nerd, be THE nerd.

Inah Garcia



Isn't entertaining how some annoying people get replied to by real celebrities or famous people? We hear you and we got the perfect "AHA" moment for that.

On Sunday, Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of world-renowned Facebook, posted on his official page the things he wants to do for 2016, as well as his past accomplishments. In short, it was a post that makes one go, "Wow, this guy is cool!"

“At Facebook I spend a lot of time working with engineers to build new things. Some of the most rewarding work involves getting deep into the details of technical projects… But it’s a different kind of rewarding to build things yourself, so this year my personal challenge is to do that,” Zuckerberg wrote.

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