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Chinese Teen Sells Kidney to Buy iPad 2
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Chinese Teen Sells Kidney to Buy iPad 2

Xiao Zheng, a 17-year-old living in China, wanted an iPad 2 so badly that he was willing to sell one of his vital organs to get it.

Zheng didn't have the money for the tablet computer so he responded to an online ad that offered cash for healthy

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Teacher Keeps Class Calm By Singing During Gunfight
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Teacher Keeps Class Calm By Singing During Gunfight [VIDEO]

Not even gunfire can stop Barney.

A kindergarten teacher in Monterrey, Mexico named Martha Rivera Alanis has become a hero after she sang the purple dinosaur's 'If All the Raindrops' while a gang shootout took place outside.

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Australia’s Metropolitan Cities Suffering From ‘Man Drought’
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Australia’s Metropolitan Cities Suffering From ‘Man Drought’

Finding your true love has always been a difficult feat, but female singles in Australia's busy metropolitan areas are facing an extreme case of the lonelies. The reason: a lack of eligible men.

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Man Blows Up Like a Balloon After Getting Pierced by Air Hose
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Man Blows Up Like a Balloon After Getting Pierced by Air Hose

When people tell Steven McCormack he's full of hot air, they're not kidding.

The 48-year-old truck driver from New Zealand blew up like a balloon last Saturday after a compressed air hose punctured his rear end, resulting in a massive amount of air hurdling its way into his body.

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Survey Gauges Global Feelings On Adultery
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Survey Gauges Global Feelings On Adultery

It's a good thing Arnold Schwarzenegger's recent philandering came to light after he left office because it would have severely hindered his chances at getting re-elected governor of California.

A new survey of 12,500 singles from around the world by the online dating site Zoosk has shed light on opinions about cheating.

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Casino Employees Required to Wear Flea Collars

If  you thought the school dress code was strict, check this out. A New Zealand casino is making all of its employees wear flea collars while on the job. No, it's not some bizarre fetish club, it's a legitimate casino, and apparently it's because of a real flea problem. The problem is so bad in the area in fact, that some nurses in hospitals in Auckland adopted the policy back in December.

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Bird’s Eye View : Glasses For Chickens…Naturally

Doing something that sounds so ridiculous wouldn't even have crossed my mind. And this is coming from a guy who wants Sonic to make a "Pulled Pork BBQ Limeade" drink. But something like this, glasses for your chickens, is just too far.

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This Will Help You Mentally Prepare For the End of the World

If this video doesn't get you ready for the end of the world, nothing will.

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Who’d Ya Rather?

WARNING : Shallow Commentary Ahead!!!

I used to think Bill Clinton had bad taste in women. But Slick Willie has nothing on Arnold.

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New Blood Test Could Predict How Long You Will Live
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New Blood Test Could Predict How Long You Will Live

A blood test that should be available in Europe by the end of the year could give you a pretty good indication of how fast you are aging and how much longer you will live.

The test measures telomeres, structures on the end of each of your chromosomes, which scientists think may hold the key to determining a person's "true age."

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Facebook-Obsessed Couple Names Their Baby ‘Like’
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Facebook-Obsessed Couple Names Their Baby ‘Like’

An Israeli couple recently named their newborn daughter "Like," as in, the button you press when you enjoy a post on the popular social media site Facebook.

This is how the girl's father, Lior Adler, explained the name

Online ‘Planking’ Craze Leads to Man’s Death
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Online ‘Planking’ Craze Leads to Man’s Death

The Internet photo sensation called "planking," which can be best described as extreme lying down, led to a 20-year-old Australian man plunging to his death while partaking in the fad this weekend, police said.

Queensland police said the man fell several stories from a Brisbane high-rise early Sunday morning while engaging in the activity, in which the planker lies flat on their stomach in various environments while onlookers capture photos. Those photos are then uploaded to various social media sites.

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