A man accidentally touches the glass of a ‘Shark’ tank and immediately regrets it.

It’s probably a good idea to obey a sign that advises ‘Touch at your own peril.’ That lesson was comically learned the hard way for this man, and his pal was there to record it on tape.

Gregory Heinzman, a Washington resident, and his friend Casey Peck recently visited the International Spy Museum, where they stood in front of the famed “virtual shark” exhibit.

Gregory tentatively touches the aquarium glass, and the fake shark floats by, seemingly unconcerned with his presence. Gregory, on the other hand, regrets touching the glass more violently!

Gregory’s humorous reaction has been viewed over 7 million times on YouTube. Watch his response and share it with your friends and family.

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A dog on the verge of being euthanized is adopted by a firefighter who res.cued him from a burning apartment.

The owner chose to euthanize the dog because the treatment would have been prohibitively expensive. That’s when the firefighter came to the res.cue. The owner of a 16-month-old dog nearly kiIIed him. The firefighter who res.cued the beast from the burning apartment, on the other hand, decided to give his furry friend a new lease […]

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A Pit Bull chained in the snow cried out for help, and a police officer gave her a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

When you think you’ve seen everything, something like this happens. Canine suckers understand that it’s not the dog’s breed that matters, but how it’s raised, handled, and loved. The character of the Hole Bulls has saved far too many lives to count. One police officer, on the other hand, is working to change that perception, […]

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Older women reveal what they wish they hadn’t done so much of in their youth.

When asked about their lifestyle, nearly half of the women polled said they were moderately or extremely stressed, and a startling 40% said they were on the verge of burning out. Is it any surprise, given the never-ending “to-do” lists and the external pressures placed on women by the media to be the “perfect woman”? […]

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