A military dad comes home from Afghanistan and surprises his 3-year-old daughter on her birthday. Watch her reaction:
Expect the unexpected.
Japanese comedian Toshiaki Kasuga got a rude awakening on the television program Dokkiri Award. According to Kotaku, he got drunk with the TV crew the night before this crazy prank was set up. Big mistake!
Kathy Bunker and her son Blake surprise their guests with an awesome mother-son wedding dance medley:
Deaf Seahawks fullback, Derrick Coleman, met Riley and Erin Kovalcik, the hearing-impaired twin sisters, after they wrote him a touching letter thanking him for being such an inspiration. It was a surprise organized by Good Morning America and the 9-year-old girls even got invited to the Super Bowl. Watch the video, courtesy of ABC:
Meanwhile in the Netherlands…a traditional carbide shooting event ends up being particularly loud for one Jacob Jan. Lower your volume!
Army Specialist Travis Ruggiero decided to dress up as Santa Claus and attend his mom’s Christmas party. Leslie Ruggiero works as a nurse at Ocean County Medical Center in Brick Township, N.J., and wasn’t expecting her son home until March. The surprise was even bigger after Leslie’s coworkers gave her a postcard from her son at the party, which made her tear up…
A cute little girl cries because she’d rather go to Mobile, Alabama than Disney World. Seems that Disney World is losing its appeal for some kids.
Elf on The Shelf may be all the craze, but Conan O’Brien thinks that the TV special is not appropriate for kids. Here’s why:
Claire Koch, a 5-year-old little girl born to two deaf parents, uses sign language as her kindergarten class sings a Christmas cover of ‘Bingo Was His Name-O’ and other holiday songs, so her deaf parents can enjoy the concert too.