Hunting season is probably a pretty stressful time to be a bear. Spring Break seems to be a bit more relaxing. One bear who decided to hit Daytona Beach found the perfect spot to just hang out.
It's like finding a needle in a very smelly hay stack. A new bride threw her wedding ring in the garbage, sending it on an accidental honeymoon to the dump. Luckily some heroes stepped in to make sure her symbol of eternal love was not lost forever. Find out how they found the ring on the RidicuList.
When a high school senior used her yearbook quote to do more than just say good bye to her class, she nearly lost her speaking slot at graduation. If you are wondering how she snuck a secret message past the all powerful yearbook committee… try putting together Barium, Carbon, Potassium, Thorium, Astatine, Arsenic, Sulfur, Uranium and Phosphorus. If you still can't decipher the message, watch the RidicuList.
It may be hard to find drivers in Massachusetts who really say "use yah blinkah," but the road signs there do. One transportation department tried to get wicked creative with their safety messages. Anderson Coopah took a look at some of the wackiest signs he could find on the RidicuList.
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Not everyone was comfortable watching Michael Sam celebrate being drafted into the NFL by kissing his boyfriend on TV. But one Dallas morning talk show host who couldn't contain her criticism of Sam proved that she didn't have a problem with her own on-air smooches.
Rock star Adam Levine has a new look, and some say it seems pretty familiar. As one person on Twitter told Levine, "Your hair makes you look like a much more attractive Anderson Cooper." It turns out Anderson and Adam may have more in common than their hair styles.
You may be familiar with the Hieronymus Bosch painting "The Garden of Earthly Delights." But you may have missed a small detail, a piece of music hidden in the painting. The young woman who found the tune hidden on a "dude's butt" plays it on the RidicuList.
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