Friday, July 3, 2015
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The creature in the picture is a spider-tailed horned viper, a venomous snake, native to Iran, and it has a tail that looks like a spider. Of what use could that ever be, you might think? It uses its tail to lure in birds, which it then eats, of course.

When it was first discovered in 1968, researchers initially assumed there was a spider clinging to its tail. Even though the first specimen from this species was discovered decades ago, a second one was only spotted in 2003.

That is a 1000 nope’s for me. Watch the video below for some more freaking scary info. Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015.

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The Egyptian television programme “Ramez in Control”, did the impossible and made people worldwide feel sorry for Paris Hilton. The prank show pulled off a terrifying hoax on Paris Hilton, fooling her into thinking the plane she was on was going to crash.

After attending an opening of a new hotel in Dubai, Paris was invited on a plane for a 15-minute aerial tour with other passengers – most of whom are assumed to be actors. The pilot then quickly performed stunts which made it appear as if the plane was about to crash.

Hilton, 34, can be seen extremely distressed and begins to cry and scream as the other passengers panic. The whole prank lasts about 5 minutes until the actors reveal the ordeal was a prank. Either Paris Hilton has a hidden talent and is an extremely talented actor, or she really didn’t know. What do you think? Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015.

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If you are a Vegan or a Vegetarian don’t read any further. A woman in China bought a slab of beef only to find out that the beef was still pulsating one hour after it was bought. The woman from the Shandong province was about to cut the beef when she noticed the disturbing movements.

The 20-second clip shows the entire slab of beef twitching as it sits on the work surface. The video has since gone viral receiving more than 11 million clicks on Weibo, the Chinese equivalent to Twitter.

The Chinese animal health department claims that the spasms were caused by nerve endings that had not died yet. I have to admit I have never seen anything alike and I do not think that it is a hoax. Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015

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You have probably seen many covers of famous pop songs in your lifetime, good and bad ones. Some were even very good and came close to the original. Those were the ones you remembered. Yet, your memories will be shattered with this spectacular performance.

One lone superstar struck gold when covering Whitney Houston’s “I have nothing”. The video has since gone viral, impressing people from all over the world. I am not sure where this has taken place but my guess would be somewhere in Brazil?

If you think you have seen it all, think again and watch the video below. Be prepared to get you mind blown away. What a talent! Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015

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This lady made a Youtube video in which she demonstrated various kinds of healthy foods to her viewers. By accident she eats a pepper, thinking it is a cherry. It also seems to be a different kind of pepper, one that is crazy hot a habanero pepper. She quickly notices the error, but her reactions are just priceless. This must be one of the funniest videos of 2015. Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015

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After a heavy night out drinking, one lad woke up with a massive bike lock around his neck. If this wasn’t bad enough, he had no keys and no idea where they were. It seems his mates had pulled a prank on him while he was sleeping. He ended up having to go to the local fire station in the West Midlands.

According to the West Midlands Fire Service’s Facebook page, the lock was so strong they had to call a specialist Technical Rescue Unit who used kit they normally cut railway tracks with! I am sure he won’t forget this adventure for a long while. Image Source: Facebook/Midelands Fire Service/2015.

Coventry Fire Station

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