Laughter makes the world go round, and everybody needs a little humor every once in a while. But some of us like our humor a little dirtier than most, and if you're one of those people who like things dirty, this post is for you.
When it comes to live TV you never know what you're going to get. Every once in a while something really crazy happens, and these are the memorable moments that shocked the world and get everyone talking.
The Hangover Bar in Amsterdam is now open on the weekends and it's got everything you need to get through your hangover. There are beds, TV sets so you can binge watch your favorite show, and a whole lot more. The bar doesn't serve booze, but you do have to take a breathalyzer before you enter, and there's even an oxygen bar to help you get up and running again.
Rich J. Guy was overweight and depressed, so he decided to do something about it. He says he was inspired to hit the gym by his hero The Rock. Rich is ripped now and he looks drastically different compared to how he used to look.
Boats are expensive. That's why Mat and Polly Hilton decided to build their own. They created the boat from scratch and once it was finished they spent 56 days traveling 900 miles from England to France. The couple says they had to endure some rough weather, but it was all worth it.
People might not know Sharbat Gula's name but they know her face from the cover of National Geographic. But she was recently arrested in Pakistan for living on fraudulent ID papers. She faces up to 14 years in prison if convicted.
A man named Michael Vaughan stumble across this torpedo like tube in Ireland, and he reported it to authorities. When they looked inside they found a massive cocaine stash worth about $5 million dollars.
Women all over the world love to wear hair extensions, but they don't know where they come from. Ladies in India are conned into shaving their locks for the god Vishnu, and then they are shipped to China, sorted and sold.
When it comes to animals, they don't get much cuter than this. Baby pangolins are the only mammals in the world that are covered in scales, and they've been around for millions of years. Over 100,000 of these animals are shipped to China and Vietnam every year where they're used for food which is why they've been added to the Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List of animals threatened with extinction.