This kid here breaks apart the bathtub with a hammer while listening & dancing to a song. This kid is living the high life!
our cute little kitten leaves the house for the first time into the wide world and basically looks confused lol :P
Celebs dish on key essentials they can't leave the house without.
Leaving the house with wet hair. Just a minute with the cold -46C (-51F) Her hair is frozen.
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I hate when they don't want 2 leave the house after the party.
(Arlington, Va.) - Millions of families are beginning to decorate their homes with a variety of electrical products as the holiday season gets under way. While brightly-colored lights and other electrical decorations help make the season cheerful, improper or inattentive use of these products could result in tragedy.
According to the United States Fire Administration (USFA), nearly one-third of all residential fires occur during the winter months. Each year, holiday-season fires cause 2,600 injuries and more than $930 million in damage.
Many of these tragic incidents could be prevented by following some simple safety tips from the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI):
Before decorating, read and follow the manufacturers' instructions for installing and maintaining all decorative electrical products.
Carefully inspect light strings and extension cords for signs of wear-fraying, peeling or abraded cords; broken plugs, bulbs or sockets-and discard any that are not in like-new condition.
Never connect more than three strands of lights to one string.
Use only lights, cords and other decorations that have been certified by United Laboratories (UL), CSA International or other safety certification body.
Use extension cords only temporarily and only across short distances.
Never run power cords under rugs or use near water.
Make sure not to overload electrical circuits.
Keep outdoor extension cords free of snow and standing water.
Dry, cut trees can ignite from the smallest spark - keep your holiday tree well-hydrated.
Never put electric lights on a metal tree - current could leak from the lights and electrocute anyone who comes into contact with the tree.
ESFI reminds you to ALWAYS turn off and unplug electrical decorations before you leave the house or retire for the night. Using electricity safely will help to keep your family safe during this joyous holiday season.
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The scene combines photography, film and animation techniques. Static and unsaturated film contrasts with bright and joyful world of Nintendo game. Spectators are involved in a conversation between four Tamagotchi characters. Their conversation takes place in an original game setting. They doubt if it is reasonable to leave the house and go out. For one of them, it is impossible leaving all tasks and responsibilities. Tamagotchis are afraid of the place that was recommended to them. There are several reasons why they decide to stay at home and chitchat.
My sister Courtney and I got home from school to find a man installing schutters in my parents room (creepy) and my grandmother who is hell to live with (I don't anymore thank god!-I know that sounds horrible but youd agree believe me) so we leave the house in search of food while gettin rowdy all at once ; ) ENJOY!
This is footage I shot of the Pope AFB airshow. I live on Fort Bragg right up the road from the airfield, so I didn't even have to leave the house.