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Jimmy Kimmel has outdone himself once again.

The late night comedian and master of the next-day viral hit video likes to put people in uncomfortable situations and film it for our amusement.

Whether he's harassing old people to comment on Facebook's acquisition of Instagram, capturing kids opening terrible holiday gifts or, most recently, filming random people's reaction to Octomom porn photos, he cranks out one hit after another.

Now, as the Lie Detective, he's strapped some poor child to a fake lie detector and grilled him for five minutes. Watch the awkward hilarity below ...

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This Craigslist ad offers help bullying your kids.

No, not protecting them from bullying in this cruel world. Actually administering mental and physical bullying. You know, because the property taxes you pay to send Junior to middle school just don't buy you a good enough bullying experience these days.

Why would you ever offer such a thing?


Because "I've noticed an unsavory trend of self-entitlement among kids," writes this bully-for-hire. "Fortunately, I think there's a solution, so I've turned to the one place where I'm convinced I can cast the widest net to families: Craigslist."

"There I posted the following offer to parents, and so far no bites. Though it may just be a matter of getting the word out." That word is this:

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File this under things that happen when you read too many Old School quotes and drink too much beer. And when the cleaning crew does a great job.

Sometimes, it's best to suppress the urge, even if things sound fun.

Watch in amusement as this giddy streaker gets LEVELED by a plate glass door as he attempts to cruise around the neighborhood in the nude.

At least he was holding his, um, prized assets at the time:


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Plenty of celebrity photos are hacked, leaked or stolen, but Jenny McCarthy can't claim any of the above in this hilarious case. The blame's all on her.

The actress/model told a great story to Wendy Williams about trying to take a photo of her son Evan's aching tooth to send to the youngster's dentist.

Instead, though, she sent him a full-on naked picture of herself that she had taken earlier with the intention of texting boyfriend Brian Urlacher.

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"It's horrific to remember," she recalled, meaning just the tooth at first. "[My son, Evan] woke up and was like, 'There's this weird thing on my gum.'"

"I saw this abscess and was like, 'That's disgusting!' So I called the dentist and I was like, 'This is insane.' He's like, 'Take a picture and send it to me.'"

That's when things got chaotic.

"I went to the bathroom and I was shoving my iPhone in the poor kid's mouth. I'm taking a picture of it and I'm sending it to the dentist and ... I sent him a nude by accident!"

"The dentist is, like, 80 years old. I literally screamed at the top of my lungs," McCarthy said, laughing. "Is there an app? Like, 'Uh-oh! I Effed Up!'"

The photo was taken for "my new boyfriend," NFL star Urlacher, she admits.

Non-accidental nudes will be available to the public soon enough. Hugh Hefner is bringing back Jenny McCarthy in Playboy, 19 years after her debut.

This is the second time Evan has indirectly made news this month. A week and a half ago, Jenny accused Jim Carrey of abandoning her son.


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Go Lizard. It's your birthday. We gonna ...

Yeah. This viral video pretty much speaks for itself. Scintillating footage of a small lizard crossing the road is overdubbed with 50 Cent's seminal hip hop smash hit "In Da Club," creating the impression that the reptile is showing off some sick dance moves.

As always, very nicely done Internet.


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A crazy, self-proclaimed Jungle Bird Man crashed the U.S. Open trophy presentation last night after unheralded Webb Simpson won golf's prestigious title.

Somehow, this odd UK Bird crept past security and stole the show, cutting off NBC's Bob Costas on live TV and doing his bird call before being hauled away.

The Bird admits he had a few beers beforehand ... big surprise.

Jungle Bird Man - see his official Facebook page - says it was a premeditated mission to raise awareness about global deforestation. Makes sense.

"I want people thinking about saving trees," he said.

Hilariously, after security handed the interview crasher over to the San Francisco police, he and the officers were making bird noises at the station together.

They eventually cut him loose because U.S. Open officials did not want to press charges. Classy move on their part. Next on the hit list for the avian wonder?

"The House of Commons," he says, "is the next port of call."

Better beef up security over there fellas.

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A man at a Connecticut deli was so upset about his botched sandwich order, he called 911 to complain and asked the authorities to intervene ASAP.

"Um, hi. My name is Rother McLennon and I'm at Grateful Deli," he told the dispatcher.

"I specifically asked for um little um, turkey, and little um ham and a lot of cheese and a lot of mayonnaise...and they are giving me a hard time."

"I was wondering if you could stop by and just..."

That's when the dispatcher responds in disbelief, asking, "You're calling 911 because you don't like the way they're making your sandwich?"

"Exactly," McLennon answers.

CBS New York reported that the 911 dispatcher calmly advised the upset caller to not buy the sandwich in question and to exit the store.

"He's telling me he won't make it for me again, just because of that," McLennon pleads. "So, I just want to solve this the right way, you know?"

"They playing games with me. So, I'm just wondering if you could come by?"

After what sounds like a scoff and a very long pause, the dispatcher tells the disgruntled customer, "Just stay there, or stay outside, I'll send somebody."

"In the future, just don't buy the sandwich, ok?"

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While surveillance tapes are best known for catching burglaries, brawls, car crashes and signs of the coming zombie apocalypse, there's a lot of stuff you don't see.

A Coca-Cola ad released last week encourages us to look at life differently by showing wonderfully positive, uplifting moments captured on security cameras.

Set to the Supertramp song "Give A Little Bit," the ad features footage showing people kissing, dancing, helping the homeless, saving others and much more.

Take a look below ... and your faith in humanity may be restored:

“We want to remind people that acts of kindness and bravery are taking place around them all the time,” said a representative from Coca-Cola about the ad.

Mission accomplished ... even if not everyone is a fan of the marketing tactic used by the beverage corporation. In the words of one commenter on YouTube:

"I thought this video was about how good the world is ... until I realize [it's] just Coke using viral videos to market themselves and make more money."

Maybe so, but those are still some sweet clips.

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Our favorite three pop culture savvy grandmas are back!

The golden girls who enlightened us with their analysis of the Kim Kardashian sex tape ("She's just laying there!") have put that sensual cinematic work aside and turned their attention to the literary brilliance that is Fifty Shades of Grey!

Whether you've read it or not, this is a must-see:

After listening to the senior citizen trio discussing the book's terribleness and debating the merits of vaginal fisting, two things have become abundantly clear:

  1. The movie adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey might give all three of them heart attacks, especially if Ian Somerhalder gets his wish and scores the lead role.
  2. These three girlfriends need to make more viral videos.
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THG would like to wish a very Happy Father's Day to all you dads.

The Dad Life is one to be celebrated, whether its your own or that of someone you know. You don't have to be a dad yourself to appreciate this viral video - an oldie but goodie - honoring fathers everywhere on this 17th day of June.

This is the dad life ... it's how we live, 24/7/365. 'Nuff said.