A thoughtful construction worker named Jason Haney thought it would be nice to do something to cheer up the children in the hospital next door. His idea was absolutely brilliant.
Haney, with the help of his daughter, created an 8-foot-tall cut out of Where’s Wally and hides it on the site every day for the children in the Memorial Children’s Hospital in South Bend, Indiana, America to spot. Once Haney is notified that the kids found Waldo, the large cut-out is moved to a different spot, and the children look for it again. Haney has even created a Facebook group for the children to post their finds! The best part? Haney and his daughter are already working on cut-out “Minions” for his next project!
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Construction worker Jason Haney wanted to cheer up the children in the hospital next to his site
So he decided to make an 8-foot-tall cut-out Wally
And hide it on the site for sick children to find
Every day Wally is put in a different place
And the children go crazy to spot him
Can you find “Where’s Wally” yourself?
Can you see him?
Too easy? What about this:
Her favorite is "Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go."
While other dogs are busy playing fetch, shaking hands or quietly chewing on bones, one Dublin French bulldog is putting them all to shame with her perfectly in sync dance moves.
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“They think it could be a form of tic in her head as sometimes she really zones out and you can’t interrupt her while she’s doing it,” said owner Jeff Wynne. “Other times though you speak to her and she will stop…but she is really happy doing it, so we just leave her to it.”