Researchers in Australia had set up video cameras to catch footage of crocodiles, when one of their cameras went missing. They found it, weeks later, over 100 kilometers away. They found out who stole the camera by watching the video. It was an eagle taking some selfies. You can see the eagle’s wings as it flies with the camera and then his head as he pecks at the lens. Check it out!
Question: The more education you have, the larger this is. What is it?
Answer: YOUR SIGNATURE!
Congratulations to Terry from Smithfield!
Question: 40% of bank tellers say this happens at the bank at least twice a year. What is it?
Answer: THAT THEY GET ASKED OUT ON A DATE!
Congratulations to Thomas from Cranston!
Will Ferrell co-anchored the news as Ron Burgundy on KXMB-TV in Minot, North Dakota. He read news updates, intro-ed weather and sports, and I can't believe the woman hosting with him didn't totally lose it. She almost burst out laughing a few times, but kept it together. He was there for the whole half hour newscast! Take a look!
Question: According to a survey by American Airlines, 35% of people really want to have this banned on airplanes. What is it?
Answer: RECLINING SEATS!
Congratulations to Ginny from Glocester!
All this guy from Minnesota was trying to do was spread some holiday cheer…and he got a ticket from police. 29 year old Serge Vorobyov made it snow money inside the Mall of America rotunda, tossing down 1000, $1 bills over the third floor railing to the crowd below. Why can’t someone do that at the Providence Place Mall? He said he had a rough year...went through a divorce, so he wanted to spread some holiday cheer. The shoppers loved it, but city police didn't…they issued him a disorderly conduct ticket! So much for Christmas spirit!
Question: According to a survey of single women, if you have a date scheduled on a Monday night, you are 4 times likely to have this happen. What is it?
Answer: BE STOOD UP!
Congratulations to Bob from Warwick!
And the award for Most Christmas lights on the planet goes to the Richards family from Australia. They’re house made the Guiness Book of World Records for their display of over 500,000 lights . Stretched out that’s 31 miles of lights. Their electric bill is $2200 each month. Luckily that bill is being picked up by a green energy company. That’s because the display is collecting donations for charity.