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Someone got a little too excited about the Obama family’s White House Christmas tree decoration party — the family’s newest pup, Sunny! Oh no!
President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama invited military families to their annual unveiling of their special Christmas tree decorations on Dec. 4, but one young guest got a little extra attention from one of the family dogs, Sunny! Two-year-old Ashtyn Gardner of Mobile, Ala. took a tumble when the over-eager dog hopped up on her and knocked her over!
Obama Family Dog Sunny Jumps Up On Little Girl & Knocks Her Over
Michelle was shocked that the family dog literally jumped out of line to playfully greet a Ashtyn, but luckily the toddler quickly recovered from her spill, and was unharmed.
Bo Inspects White House Christmas Decorations
In fact, Ashtyn was more than fine — she got a great big hug from the First Lady after »
- Kristine Hope Kowalski
Survey: Have you ever been eaten by a dinosaur? Yeah, neither have I. Good for us.
From watching each of the three "Jurassic Park" movies, though — "Jurassic Park" (1993), "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" (1997) and "Jurassic Park III" (2001) — it sure looks like getting eaten by a dinosaur hurts pretty bad, doesn't it? Let's just agree that there are better ways to go than being eaten by a dinosaur. Glad we got that out of the way.
But what, you ask, are the worst ways to be eaten by a dinosaur, as demonstrated by the three films? I can't believe you asked that, for two reasons: 1) We coincidentally happen to have a ranking of the nine most horrific deaths in the "Jurassic Park" movies set up for you below, in case you asked, and 2) You're messed up in the head, man. Get some help.
Kidding! We love you! Stay just the way you are. »
- Nick Blake
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