All the FAILs in One Video!

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WARNING: Plenty of salty language in this video.

Student Fights Punishment for Bringing Ghost Peppers to School

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Ghost peppers are known as one of the hottest peppers available.  This student brought one to his Long Island, NY school. When he let a few of his friends try some of the pepper they ended up in pain and he ended up with detention. He says the school likened bringing the ghost pepper to bringing LSD to school. The school principal maintains that the punishment will stand. The family's lawyer argues that the school should not be able to limit what kids can bring with them to lunch. 

Animal of the Day: Nibbles the Duck Waits for Boy to Get Off School Bus

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Nibbles thinks he’s a dog, and it’s the cutest thing ever.

Watch as this Rouen duck waits patiently for his best human friend Johnny to come home from school, and as soon as the boy is in sight, he completely loses it.

Johnny also greets him with a few kisses on his bill once all the quacking starts dying down a bit.

It’s only a matter of time before he learns to bark.

His owners explain that Nibbles wears a tiny diaper so that he can go on car rides and spend time in their house.

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Here they are going for a walk down the street together set to “Stand By Me.”

And here he is eating Johnny’s homework, just like a dog is supposed to do.

Make Sure Your Bathing Suit Areas Are Ready for Inspection

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Parents recently received this letter, it is believed to be a senior prank, to notify that their daughters were undergoing an "inspection".
This is similar to a flyer sent around to Lowell High School students:

As noted in Daily Mail:

Believe it or not, penis inspector Richard L. Dong is not real, and Lowell High School doesn't actually require its seniors to pass a penis inspection before they're allowed to graduate - rather, school officials believe the amusing fliers are just a senior prank orchestrated by members of the school's graduating class.