Back in September we shared video of a heroic pig jumping into a petting zoo pond to save a distressed baby goat. The video gained enormous attention online - to date netting over seven million views on YouTube - and even appeared on several network news outlets.
Unfortunately, it was too good to be true.
The New York Times reports that the scene was actually from the upcoming Comedy Central series “Nathan for You,” and that this particular scene was from the second episode when the title character is hired by a petting zoo to make one of its animals out to be a hero.
Turns out, they did too good of a job.
BTW, the goat was never in danger during the filming process, and the pig even followed a submerged track to reach the goat.
Disciplining a bad dog is often pointless. They have no idea what they did wrong, whether it be ripping through the trash or eating... what no living creature should try to eat. So rather than shout at them or send them to the dog house, some people have apparently chosen to shame their pooches into obedience on the blog Dogshaming. Some of the entries are pretty funny.
There are your average food bloggers and then there is YouTuber Daym Drops, who details his eating experiences with such emotion that you don't want that burger he's talking about, you NEED to eat it! Also worth watching is his review of Nestle Crunch GirlScout Thin Mint Bites.
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