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Woman Dislocates Her Jaw After Laughing So Hard In Excitement During a Card Game

Here’s one good reason why you should maintain your Poker face during a card game.


Long train rides are no fun. If you know you’ll be having a lengthy journey, it’s best to bring a few things to keep you occupied. Usually, I try to pass the time by reading a graphic novel, playing games on my phone, or browsing my social media feed. Other times, I bring my tablet along and catch up with a movie or TV show I’ve missed. That often does the trick for me.

A couple from China recently went on a 28-hour train trip together as they traveled from Nanning to Qingdao City, Shandong. To battle boredom, they thought of playing a game of cards.

The harmless game went terribly wrong, however, after Mrs. Qiao accidentally dislocated her jaw when she got too excited about the game.

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According to her husband, she was laughing and screaming so hard after being dealt a good hand during their card game.

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She later noticed a pop in her jaw and immediately realized she couldn’t close her mouth anymore – and it felt awfully painful.

The husband quickly alerted the train staff about his wife’s condition and the train sped to reach Guilin in the shortest possible time.

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Upon reaching the city, medical personnel were already waiting and they immediately assessed the middle-aged woman’s condition. She was later brought to the local hospital and after 2 hours of treatment, her jaw was finally put back in place.

Now we know why it’s wiser to maintain a poker face while playing – even when you’re already winning!


Adorable Bookworm Cries Every Time a Book Ends

Perhaps, his parents need to grab a copy of the novel “The Neverending Story”.


Dubbed as the saddest bookworm, this adorable 10-month old baby sobs like there’s no tomorrow every time his parents finish reading him a book.

It seems that little tyke Emmett doesn’t like the ending of every children’s book because he always ends up in tears whenever his parents say “The end”. His parents, Dan and Alicia Stevers from Michigan, were able to capture the adorable moments of their young literature enthusiast turning on the waterworks every time they reach the book’s final page.

Emmett has a mini-meltdown every time we finish a book,” Dan wrote on Twitter.

With millions of views on YouTube, Emmett’s unexpected reaction is definitely one for the books.

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Woman Chooses to Give Birth in the Sea, and Have Dolphins Serve as Midwives

She wants a dolphin-assisted birth because it’s relaxing. But what if sharks decide to tag along?

It’s no longer new that some mothers prefer to deliver their babies in the water. Water births have been accepted and are done even in medical institutions. But this mother-to-be might have taken the concept a step further. Dorina Rosin, a spiritual healer, intends to give birth in the wide, open seas of Hawaii, with dolphins to serve as midwives for her during the process.

Despite the dangers that she might encounter, she and her partner Maika Suneagle are determined to pursue their plan.

In fact, at 38 weeks age of gestation, Dorina already swam with the mammals as a form of blessing.

Katie Piper Extraordinary Births

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This is What Happens When You Leave a Budding Artist Alone with Her Little Brother

Apparently, she was giving him a peanut butter scrub.

All parents know that children go through a stage when they’re wild and extremely curious; therefore, they’re noisy and playful. And no matter how chaotic things are around your home because of these children, there’s nothing much you can do about them. Besides, it's natural for children to experiment and explore their world.

So imagine that weird, uneasy feeling when a house full of rowdy children suddenly becomes very silent. As a mom, you’d probably wonder where the children are, and what in the world are they probably doing?

Gina Gardner Brown felt that kind of feeling. She was home alone with her two kids; Emily, then 3-years-old, and her 18-month-old son, Ethan. Brown soon realized how quiet the kids were so she took her video camera, turned it on, and then went to see what the kids were up to.

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