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Funny Dad Drives A Plasma Car Down A Steep Hill

Is this plasma car safe or not? The dad wanted to find out for himself!

Mark Andrew





If you are a parent, you know how important it is to pick the right toys for your kids.

As much as possible, you have to check the label and the features before purchasing a product. This is done in order to ensure that you get a toy that’s perfectly appropriate and safe for your child.

Although toys are manufactured and sold to bring fun and enjoyment, not all of them are completely safe. In fact there are many recorded incidents when kids were treated in hospitals for toy-related injuries.

This reason alone should be a big consideration for parents as they decide what to buy and what to avoid when they make a visit to the toy store.

Or maybe, you can just test the toys yourself?

The hilarious video below shows us what happened when a dad chose to perform his own quality check.

This father drove a plasma car down a steep hill to see if it’s really sturdy – or maybe he was simply trying to have fun with his kids!

Watch the short here:

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This just makes me laugh and brings to mind those daring but funny stunts seen on Jackass, a hit series on MTV. The dad spun from his seat as the car was speeding down the hill, causing all his children to burst into laughter.

He remained face down on the ground for a few seconds but was, of course, okay when his kids checked on him. He only exclaimed “That hurts!” and then proceeded to warn them “Okay now you’re not doing that!” Even he couldn’t help but laugh at his mischief in between his groans.

Fathers and mothers, what’s the craziest thing you have done with your kids? Share it below in the comment section.

Also, do not forget to share this funny video on Facebook.

H/T: AFV Approved

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This Dog was About to be Euthanized, Until a Disabled Man Gave Him A Second Chance

Chance gets a second chance at life.

Ann Moises



Chance, the dog, was hit by a car and was left for dead on the side of a road. The poor pup lost his legs and was about to be put down.

Fortunately, the kind people at the San Antonio Pets Alive, an animal rescue center, saved him. But now Chance needed a wheelchair to move around. He was broken and nobody wanted him to adopt him---except Michael.

Michael's condition also confines him in a wheelchair.

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Man Spends Four Years Growing an Enchanting Church from Trees

Isn’t this the perfect church to get married?

Mini Malabanan



Through his travels abroad, New Zealander Barry Cox developed his fascination for architecture and design of churches. This interest inspired him to create a living, breathing church using a wide variety of trees.

To pull this off, Cox tapped the help of his own gardening company Treelocations, which transports living trees using a mechanical tree spade, to relocate saplings onto his property. This allowed him to replant a wide variety of trees any way he wanted in order to complete his church.

Trees with stone-colored trunks were used by Cox for the walls of the church. For the roof, Cox used trees with sparse-foliage to provide visitors with a natural light source.

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Swim in an Indoor Ocean Filled with 1 Million Recyclable Plastic Balls in Washington


Mini Malabanan



As a child, you dreamt of swimming in a pool filled with balls. But even if you’ve actually grown up, you can still fulfill that childhood dream of yours.

The National Building Museum’s newest exhibition titled “The Beach” will let you swim in an ocean filled with one million translucent polyethylene balls. Designed by Snarkitecture, an experimental design firm, the immersive installation covers 10,000-square-foot space.

With a 50-foot-wide shoreline that has neutral-colored umbrellas and seatings, opposite-facing mirrored walls, as well as pop-up snack bars, visitors can certainly feel they are actually in the sea.

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