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This is actuallyn a blower blowing on the man's head.
A turtle stuck in the overflow pipe of a pond Alerted by a strange noise coming from his pond in Baltimore, Ohio, a man came to the aid of a snapping turtle that was stranded, its head sucked in by the overflow of the body of water. Fortunately, he managed, not without difficulty, to pull the animal to loosen it and quickly throw it on the edge of the pond, as the snapping turtle is able to inflict serious injuries with its jaw.
Japanese animation in 1929 This is an adaptation of a folk tale from the Uji shui monogatari.
The story goes, a man who has a rather unbecoming wen on his face goes into the mountains to collect firewood. He takes cover from the storm in a hollow in a tree where he falls asleep. He wakes to the sounds of music, he investigates hoping to find people but instead stumbles upon demons. [sometimes depicted as Oni, here they are Tengu (yamabushi and karasu tengu] He joins in with the dancing much to the demons surprise.
The head demon was amused by his dancing and pleased by his polite disposition and requests that he returns again. As a form of insurance they need something precious of his to ensure his return. The wen on his face is called a fukurami in Japanese, fuku meaning luck (it's a kind of pun) seems a likely choice. The man is smart enough to keep up with their conversation and acts reluctant to part with it.
Now the demons demand it and promptly it's removed. The man's neighbor also has a wen he wants gone so, in the other mans place he goes to the mountain and dances for the demons. He does not show the proper respect and is a generally poor dancer so the demons give him the wen back.
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Two pigeons found attached with string A man in Russia discovers two pigeons in a particular posture. Indeed, one of them seems to have his head in the back of the other and they seem undetachable. The duo flies away several times before getting caught by the man wanting to help them. We discover later that the pigeon "stuck" is actually trapped by a string taken in the back of the other pigeon. The man finally manages to separate them.
Boss dunks worker’s face in hot pot A video clip of a corporate executive forcing the head of one of his employees into a scalding pot of food at a party has gone viral in Japan and triggered outrage on social media sites. The man has filed a criminal complaint for assault against the president of the company and is seeking damages
Under Japanese law, there are no statutes that prohibit power harassment in the workplace
Adam Stop-motion paintings on a man's head illustrate some of the neurological processes and emotions associated with depression.