A cellphone video of a high school student in Duncanville, Tex., reprimanding his teacher for her allegedly poor teaching methods has gone viral.

In an impassioned, impromptu speech, the student criticizes his teacher for "handing out a frickin' packet" instead of "face-to-face" lessons.

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Nature guide Paul Templer was leading a group down a river near Zimbabwe's Victoria Falls in kayaks when a male hippo attacked them.

"The solid whack I felt behind me took me by surprise," Templer told The Guardian (UK). "I turned just in time to see [apprentice] Evans."

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Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries has raised eyebrows by allegedly saying that his popular clothing brand, essentially, does not cater to fat people.

Speaking with Business Insider, Robin Lewis, co-author of The New Rules of Retail, claimed that Jeffries "doesn't want larger people shopping in his store."

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Faculty members and students at Issaquah High School in suburban Seattle are distraught over an online "Hotness Tournament" that has surfaced on Facebook, but no one is sure who created the controversial bracket.

Titled May Madness, the contest pits females against one another and encourages each to "look their finest."

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Wesley Warren Jr. watched his scrotum swell into a 134-pound mass in the last five years. It hung down to his ankles. He could barely walk anymore.

How did such a thing happen?

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