My sister-in-law, Mary Lou, posted this on Facebook. I smiled, I snorted, I laughed out loud, I wiped tears away. I watched it again, and then one more time. Even if you aren’t a dog lover, this will become a wonderful classic. What a gem!
WeRateDogs presents a hilarious, adorable, and heartwarming year-end roundup of the goodest doggos and puppers of 2016, set to The Brazen Youth’s “Center of Gravity.”
“Remember, the dogs will always be good.”
TastefullyOffensive.com delivers a daily roundup of the funniest videos, pictures, and comics on the Internet.
If the links above don’t work, the URL is http://www.tastefullyoffensive.com/2016/12/the-dogs-of-2016.html?m=1
The experiment took place at a Boys and Girls Club in metro Atlanta, where 83% of the kids come from low-income families. One by one kids are brought into a room to answer several questions. At first, they are asked what they want for Christmas. The video shows different clips of the children revealing their most desired gift – from a dollhouse, to an Xbox 360. Then, the interviewer asks what their moms (or families) would like for Christmas. Each of the kids name a gift that they know that their person would love.
Here comes the hard part of the scenario. The kids are presented with their dream gift, and told that it is theirs to keep. Everyone is thrilled…but then they are also given their family’s gift as well. They are told that they must pick between the presents. Although it seems as if it would be a tough choice, every single one of the kids chooses to act selflessly – and picks the family gift. All of them provide answers for why they made their decision, which are so heartfelt, they will bring you to tears. Wow, what amazing kids!
If the link above doesn’t work, please copy and paste the following URL into your browser – http://www.faithtap.com/5188/kids-particpate-in-difficult-christmas-gift-experiment/?utm_source=shared&utm_medium=Facebook&utm_campaign=main&src=shared
Thank you to http://www.faithtap.com via Lenore Garnhum, Facebook
I saw a powerful video this morning that I think should be viewed by EVERY driver.
The video is by Summer Break and was posted on Higher Perspective on Facebook today, shared by Stephanie Youmans Wilson.
If the link above doesn’t work, here is the URL to the video –