We’ve seen some pretty heartwarming homecoming scenes involving military personnel and their family over the years. Humans don’t have a monopoly on ecstatic welcomes, though — when this massive great dane named Emmitt Thunderpaws sees his master return home from deployment, he gives him a touching, slobbery embrace for the ages.
Jesse the Jack Russell, a talented pooch who appeared in the movie ‘Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2′, has mastered an almost dizzying array of useful dog tricks — because what does rolling over really accomplish?
After flubbing a couple lines during a news report, Knoxville Channel 8‘s Gordon Boyd (apparently thinking he was no longer on camera) threw a tantrum on live TV. Boyd glared angrily at the camera, bit his lip and threw his notepad to the ground in a fit of frustration while the camera continued to roll.
Twenty-one percent of French citizens have had a major depressive episode, followed by the United States, at 19.2 percent. Belgium, New Zealand and The Netherlands are also among world’s most depressed nations, by this metric.
After an extensive study which included screening 78 of the saddest scenes in movie history to 500 volunteers, researchers from Stanford University were able to determine that the final scene of 1979 boxing drama ‘The Champ‘ was the most tear-jerking of all.
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