We’ve seen some pretty heartwarming homecoming scenes involving military personnel and their family over the years. Humans don’t have a monopoly on ecstatic welcomes, though — when this massive great dane named Emmitt Thunderpaws sees his master return home from deployment, he gives him a touching, slobbery embrace for the ages.
Another game, another awesome foul ball story. Cubs fan Tony Russo has had the same first base-side upper deck seats in Wrigley Field since 1984. He had never caught a foul ball until earlier this week — doing so while holding his 6-month-old son in his other arm. Aww!
But the best part? It was baby’s first Cubs game. Double aww!
Jesse the Jack Russell, a talented pooch who appeared in the movie ‘Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2′, has mastered an almost dizzying array of useful dog tricks — because what does rolling over really accomplish?
Conversely, the Guinness World Record for the tightest parallel park actually celebrates a pretty practical talent. Anyone who’s had to squeeze into a tight spot will envy the ability of German parking wizard Ronny “C-Rock” Wechselberger to slide into a space measuring only 26 centimeters (10 inches) longer than his car.
Anheuser-Busch will be rolling out a redesigned can for its iconic Budweiser brand this summer. Bud’s first updated look in ten years will feature more red then before, and will give more space to Budweiser’s bow-tie shaped logo.
In the latest Mishka clip, the wonder dog engages in a conversation with another loquacious husky that, with the help of subtitles, sounds an awful lot like an argument over whether or not it’s time for Mishka to get up her from her nap and play.
We’ve all almost been bowled over (or worse) by a pedestrian who was too busy sending out a text message to notice their surroundings. In Philadelphia, such inconsiderate behavior is now punishable by a ticket and a $120 fine. It’s part of the city’s “Give Respect, Get Respect” program, which targets pedestrians paying too much attention to their smartphones, bicyclists who ride on the sidewalk and ignore traffic signals, and [...]
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