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  • Chef Pasquale Carpino of the Italian cooking Youtube channel Orsara Recipes – has a pretty good following, but his recent cooking video release has garnered almost a million views in just the past two days.

    In the video he simply needs to use some Worcestershire sauce. It's pronounced "wuss-ter-sher," but he just can't seem to get the word out correctly.

    "I don't know what kind of country would invent this word," he snaps in the video.

    The hard-to-pronounce sauce was first created, it's said, as somewhat of an exotic sauce in roughly 1837, in the English city of Worchester. Your guess is as good as ours as to why we don't just call it that.

    But leave it to a master chef to find a solution to a problem in the kitchen. Chef Pasquale adds a little Italian flavor to the word and voilà, it's instantly easier for him to digest.

    Are there any words you have a terrible time pronouncing? Let us know in the comments.

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  • A dad in the United Kingdom had a bittersweet birthday surprise for his Spider-Man-loving son. Mike Wilson's little boy, Jayden, recently turned 5 years old. But sadly, Jayden has been diagnosed with a stage IV brain stem tumor and has been given just a year to live. So, to make number five a very special birthday, his dad had a replica Spider-Man suit made with the secret plan to delight Jayden.  

    Jayden's mom brought the brave boy outside just before his Spider Dad leapt off the roof of the house and onto the ground in front of his son. A delightful exchange was had between the undercover dad and Jayden. It was all captured on a hidden GoPro and posted to YouTube, where the heartwarming video's popularity skyrocketed to more than a million views.

    Wilson was overwhelmed with the response to his Spidey video. He tweeted "spider dad video has blown up. I'm so grateful for all the kind messages. Social media is amazing." Commenters on YouTube praised Mike, calling him the dad of year and

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  • As Salt-N-Pepa once said, "The moral of this story is: Who are you to judge?"

    So maybe we shouldn't judge this video, uploaded to YouTube this weekend. 

    A wife, secretly shot by her husband, was caught rapping along with the 1993 song, "None of Your Business" by the hip-hop trio Salt-N-Pepa. 

    For the video description he wrote, "My wife is THE most beautiful human being I know and I absolutely adore the moments I get to watch her being herself."

    And so do we! On closer inspection, she looks to be the leader of the game when it comes to her arm choreography and chair dancing — and her lyrical stylings are on point.

    The video has already been viewed over a million times, and serves as a reminder that we are often at our coolest when we don't think anyone is looking.

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  • It's something we often take for granted — two people building a life together, growing with each other, and bringing a child into the world — but building a family is one of the most beautiful things to know, an experience that one can't necessarily put into words. 


    During her pregnancy, Ashley Picco would tell her young husband, Chris, that she could feel their baby move around while they listened to music.

    Chris, a passionate musician, hoped to pass his love of music to his child, a son they decided to name Lennon.

    Tragically, something went wrong during Ashley's pregnancy, and at only 24 weeks she was forced to deliver her child by emergency cesarean section.

    Lennon James Picco, was born on Nov. 8.

    Ashley died that day from complications of the early delivery.

    Lennon was not doing well either. For the few days he hung on to life, his father turned to music.

    In this video uploaded to YouTube, Chris Picco plays a cover of the Beatles song, Blackbird during the last few hours of his

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  • We would really like to be friends with 27-year-old Anthony Jake Murray.

    Focused and determined, he seems like a true modern-day ninja.

    However, he was not ninja enough for NBC's hit show American Ninja Warrior.

    Last year, after he had been working so hard, he waited for five days in cold Denver weather to try out for the sports competition show. On it, contestants show off their running, jumping, and climbing skills on a series of obstacles.

    Sadly, his ninja dreams were denied. But he refused to let the opportunity pass him by; he knew it would if he didn't try.

    Murray and his friends filmed this Footloose-inspired tryout video in an attempt to dig their way back into the hearts of the show's casting team. They shot at his local gym to prove to the world that he deserves a spot on the show.

    The man can dance. The man can skateboard. The man can climb up some really strange things.

    If you're in need of a hero, you may want to hold out for this American ninja.
    Let's hear it for this

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