Since the boy’s father posted the reaction video on YouTube three years ago, he’s made almost $5000 in royalties.
I’ve been collecting since 1988,” he said.
Christmas tree decked out with dollars 11 million U.S.
According to Neatorama when an aquarium in Japan planned their holiday displays for Christmas, they decided to harness the natural talents of one resident: the electric eel.
Carol Aebersold did this routine with a generic plastic elf dressed in red velveteen when her kids were growing up three decades ago, and she now has turned the family tradition into a multimillion-dollar operation.
Via: Laughing Squid
Thrifty parents are finding plenty of places to barter on the Web.
I’ve saved the best for last.
You know that relative whose gifts are a little, well, off the mark?
The idea came a few years ago when a devastated small-business owner called on Dr.
Photo by mtsn.
In the tradition of Hot Wheels cars, Beanie Babies animals and PokÃ©mon trading cards, Squinkies and Zoobles toys have been carefully engineered to make children crave them in great numbers.
Photo by Peter Brooker/Graham King.
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