Justin Bieber was just rear-ended! Ew, not THAT way!
And you KNOW how much Justin LOVES photographers.
Justin afterwards invoked Princess Diana in a tweet he sent out to his followers about the incident:
[Image via Twitter.]
humanity the animal kingdom restored!
A video of a Shiba Inu trying to put water on a fish out of water is making its rounds on the internet, and its probably the cutest thing we've seen all day.
When a boatload of fresh fish are left on some concrete in just an inch of water, the dog starts flicking water onto the fish with its snout.
Many people are taking this act as a final attempt to save the fish… but science might be saying otherwise.
How do you know you’ve arrived as a celebrity? When the food you eat gets to spend a day at the spa before it makes its way onto your plate!
So fancy, the fish used for their meal had received acupuncture treatments beforehand!
What the WHAT now?!?
This is pretty scary. Radiation from the 2011 Fukushima disaster in Japan has spread throughout our oceans.
Even though the nuclear power plant disaster was years ago, there are still irradiated fish swimming around. Some of those fish are delicious tuna, and some of those tasty fishies are being caught off the coast of Oregon!
A study of the fish, led by Oregon State University, looked at 26 Pacific albacore tuna caught between
Whoa, Margot Robbie! That's a huuuuuuge fish!!
She must've pulled that out of the ocean off the coast of Nicaragua, where she's been vacationing.
Margot, clearly super excited about catching a giant fish, shared a pic (above) and wrote:
You'd think people would be lining up in the streets to take home this piece of LA history!
But that does not seem to be case, as of yet!
The infamous tiki bar Bahooka in Rosemead, CA has been a carrot-chomping Pacu fish's home for over 30 years, but the giant sea creature known as Rufus may be out of a tank real soon!
That's because Bahooka is being gutted to become a Chinese restaurant.
A former cook at the restaurant has been feeding him every morning, but he's been living in the dark and despite a desperate plea on Twitter to find him a new home, so far, no luck.
Word is that the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach and even Neil Patrick Harris himself have been interested in adopting Rufus, but the fish who once had a starring role along side Johnny Depp in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas may be up sh-t creek without a paddle. Or a fin. Or…. WE CAN'T MAKE JOKES AT THIS TIME WHEN A BEAUTIFUL FISH'S LIFE IS ON THE LINE.
The thing is, the rest of the Bahooka tiki restaurant will be going to Clifton's Cafeteria, located in Downtown L.A., why can't they also take care of the most beautiful slow-moving fish ever??
Hello?? This is a desperate Finding Nemo situation over here!
If you know of a home or you'd like to help, please CLICK HERE!
In the meantime, check out beautiful Rufus in action AFTER THE JUMP!!!