It lets him keep eating, with no break before cake. It's the most complex and entertaining Rube Goldberg machine I've seen yet and took him 3 months to make so I hope you enjoy it!
Don't miss the cute baby eating cake...
It's no secret to anyone that many people dream of buying their own car and save money to do so. When they finally achieve their goal, they literally get the most out of their new purchase. But there are also many stories in which vehicles are deliberately left unattended for a long time. Some people don't seem to need a car and use it as an accessory, such as this Ferrari for patio decoration. Many expensive cars were kept out of the sunlight for years, something that will undoubtedly amaze the average person. But... let's start from the beginning. In today's video, we'll tell you about a rare car that was underground for half a century. Who put it there and why? Let's find out
Darci Lynne Farmer (born October 12, 2004) is an American ventriloquist. She is the winner of season twelve of the NBC competition show America's Got Talent. She is also Little Big Shots' favorite ventriloquist and today she's back for an exciting performance. Don't miss it!
Three friends where out taking nature photos when they say this little duckling. The older ducks kept chasing the little duck out of the water. He looked like he was starving to death. It was one on the most pitiful things these ladies had seen. Then one of them took the little duckling home.... watch the video for the rest of the story.
What do you do during a Tornado Drill? Well, here is what Simon the Burmese Cat does. Not the best plan. If this had been a real tornado warning the humans would have gone downstairs with all their animals. No danger was present during the filming of this video. This siren was part of a monthly test of our state's Emergency Outdoor Warning System.
British Airways Flight 5390 was a scheduled passenger flight operated by British Airways between Birmingham Airport in England and Málaga Airport in Spain. On 10 June 1990 an improperly installed panel of the windscreen failed, blowing the plane's captain, Tim Lancaster, halfway out of the aircraft. With Lancaster's body firmly pressed against the window frame for over twenty minutes, the first officer managed to perform an emergency landing at Southampton Airport with no loss of life.