Find The Mistake In 5 Seconds In This Brain Teaser

Can you find the mistake in the following brainteaser in less than five seconds? Betcha can't.
A puzzle, created by Playbuzz, has been making the rounds, challenging folks to see if they can find the mistake in the sentence and sequence of numbers below – in five seconds or less.

It aims to determine how quickly folks process information.

So here goes, begin the countdown now:

Did you get it?

If not, scroll down for the answer...

If you didn't get it at first you are among many. The reason is that the time pressure causes you to hurry, skipping over the mistake in the sentence as your eyes is drawn to the bold text and the colorful numbers.

Okay, here it is:

We often see what we expect to see so we do not notice the extra 'the'.


Dude Tricks Tinder Dates Into Thinking They're Getting Stoned On Video

These videos of Tinder dates getting stoned, or should we say think they are getting stoned, are disturbing at best. Meet Ryan from Hammy TV, a YouTube prank channel, who set up a fake Tinder profile proclaiming he wanted to "meet up, hang out and smoke" with girls.

So this douche nozzle believes tricking his 'dates' into thinking they are getting stoned, filming it, and then revealing it was all a joke for a YouTube video! Regular comedian.

Ryan tells the girls that they are vaping THC (marijuana's key ingredient), but he just put in a regular vapor cartridge (no THC or nicotine), so the 'high' they are on is only the power of suggestion.

The results of the so-called prank are disturbing and these girls are lucky there wasn't anything harmful in the vape. I cannot believe these girls are so trusting. This should be a warning to you 'ladies' out there.
See the "placebo effect" as it takes center stage below.

Well of course the above video went viral so what does Ryan do? Humiliate even more women by creating a volume 2. And, to make it even more sad, this one includes a pregnant woman who really desires the real thing. Thank God her face is blurred. See part 2 below.


Weasel catches a ride on a woodpecker [PHOTOS]

Weasel catches a ride on a woodpecker [PHOTOS], A London photographer snapped a rare photo showing a small weasel catching a ride on a woodpecker. The incredible image, taken in Hornchurch Country Park in East London, captures the weasel in the middle of a what is actually a poorly thought out attack actually.

The photograph was first shared by @Jayward7 on March 2. It was initially thought too good to be believed. That initial post has been retweeted some 10,000 times and social networkers have obsessed over whether the scene was manipulated.

Martin Le-May of Essex said he and his wife, Ann, were walking Monday in Hornchurch Country Park when they came across the unusual sight.

"I heard a distressed squawking noise and feared the worst," Le-May told the BBC. "I soon realized it was a woodpecker with some kind of small mammal on its back."

Le-May said the woodpecker was in a struggle for its life with the unwanted passenger.

"I think we may have distracted the weasel as when the woodpecker landed it managed to escape and the weasel ran into the grass," he said.

Le-May has assured the media that he captured the shot. He has additional photos to back him up.

Credit: Martin Le-May

Experts also seem to think the photo is legitimate. According to Hany Farid, a professor and expert on digital forensics at Dartmouth University in New Hampshire, the low resolution of the image would make it extremely challenging for anyone to fake such a photo. However, it has spawned a number of funny alterations.

Constantly Stoned rabbits in Utah? [AUDIO]

Constantly Stoned rabbits in Utah? [AUDIO], Perpetually stoned rabbits could be a serious consequence for Utah if the use of medical marijuana is legalized in the state, U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent Matt Fairbanks warned.

Fairbanks, an agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration's "marijuana eradication" team in Utah, testified to a state Senate panel last week, saying rabbits might get addicted to pot, lose their natural instincts and lay around getting high all the time if a bill passes that would allow medical marijuana edibles in the state.

"I come to represent the actual science, and I come with severe concerns," Fairbanks told the panel. "My concern is regarding the language of growing marijuana, how quickly any type of cash crop can get out of hand. There's no language about cost for enforcement, which would exist regarding protection for the environment."

Fairbanks' rabbit testimony was not enough to keep the bill from being approved by the panel. It will be debated next week by the full State Senate.

City of the Monkey God Located? [PHOTOS\VIDEO]

City of the Monkey God Located? [PHOTOS\VIDEO], The legendary "City of the Monkey God" or "White City" has allegedly been located in Honduras. The discovery of untouched ruins deep in the jungle are believed to be thousands of years old, reports National Geographic.

Researchers believe the complex of plazas, mounds, a pyramid and dozens of artefacts belong to the civilization that vanished without a trace.

It was supposedly spotted from the air in the 1920s by Charles Lindbergh and became the subject of repeated attempts to reach it. Until now, no-one had offered irrefutable proof of the existence of the mythical Ciudad Bianca (White City).

Traveling into uncharted territory last month, a National Geographic team discovered the mounds of white rubble in the shape of a monkey's skull.

According to legend, the city is full of gold and has been sought out by explorers and treasure hunters since the legendary conquistador Cortes first made reference to it in a 1526 letter to King Charles V of Spain.

Now that the site has been "ground truthed" by the expedition, additional work is being planned to secure its contents while its location is kept secret to protect it from looters.


17-pound gold nugget found [PHOTO\VIDEO]

17-pound gold nugget found [PHOTO\VIDEO], Picture it! China, 2015. You are walking along and practically stumble over a 17-pound (7.85 kilograms) gold nugget. Such a occurrence would probably have to be considered improbable at best.

However that is exactly how it played out for one farmer in the Xinjiang region of China.

Photo : YouTube
The lucky sun-of-a-gun Kazak herdsman, Berek Sawut, from Qinghe County in Altay Prefecture made the incredible find around 5 p.m. last Friday. The estimated price for such an extraordinary discovery, assuming the nugget is 80 percent pure (Nuggets are usually 80 to 90 percent pure), is a handsome 1.6 million yuan (255,313 U.S. dollars) based upon the latest gold price.

The Xinjiang region has over 600 gold mines in operation; last year they produced a combined lode of gold equaling 20 tons. The Examiner reports about the Altay region of China and its “golden” history.

While Sawuk indicates he has not been contacted by any government representative over the ownership of the nugget, JobsnHire reports that the 17-poud gold nugget may legally be the property of the state due to current to Chinese law.


Pitbull-Dachshund mix [PHOTOS\VIDEO] seeks adoption WTF?

Pitbull-Dachshund mix [PHOTOS\VIDEO] seeks adoption WTF? - No, you are not seeing things. The photo and video below is an actual Pitbull-Dachshund puppy.

A link was forwarded to us from Country Living into our mailbox. "Wanna See What A Pitbull-Dachshund Mix Looks Like?"

Hmmm, OK... CLICK!

What we happened upon after clicking the link was quite probably the weirdest dog ever screwed into existence.

Do not try to figure out why or how? Just enjoy his adorable little feet and his cute ginormous head.

Credit: Moultrie Colquitt County Humane Society
Meet Rami.

Credit: Moultrie Colquitt County Humane Society
 There's even a video of him.

Credit: Moultrie Colquitt County Humane Society

 And, guess what?

Credit: Moultrie Colquitt County Humane Society

 He's up for adoption according to the Moultrie Colquitt County Humane Society's Facebook page.

Here's his bio:

Hi! I'm Rami and I'm looking for my forever home. I'm a year old Dachshund/Pit bull mix. Yes, you're reading that right, and, no, you haven't gone crazy. I'm full of energy. I don't like walking on a leash. I'm a sweetie pie, and love to run. I don't listen very well, so you'll need to take some time to train me. Because I tend to be a bit hyper, I might not be the best addition to a household with little kids. But I'm sure that all I need is a little lovin'. Will you take me home?

We sure are hoping this cutie-pie finds a home soon.