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Chuck didn't make it on 'America's Got Talent,' but maybe he can work his way into your heart. (Source: Chuck From the Bronx/YouTube) Chuck didn't make it on 'America's Got Talent,' but maybe he can work his way into your heart. (Source: Chuck From the Bronx/YouTube)

(RNN) - Who remembers that prank on your siblings where you tried to take their candy away by grossing them out and forcing them to abandon it?

Well, animals try to do the same thing. Considering the whole food chain concept, the prank is more dangerous if the target is a creature from another species.

Birds and cats are at the very least a bad combination, but when it's meal time, there are going to be some serious problems.

The grossest thing you'll see all week

Because we know you want to watch a guy eat two dozen raw eggs - including shells - we present this with lots of love.

Hopefully, you're watching  Chuck from the Bronx while between meals.

You won't make it through the whole video, and we'd say that even if it wasn't 13 minutes long.

Man's best headache

Dogs sleeping in like teenagers? Avoiding the chance to go out and play catch or poke their tongue out at the world while traveling 45 miles per hour?

It's yet another sign optimism is bleeding from the world.

If any of the aforementioned sounds familiar, maybe you should give your pooch the "Drake treatment."

Jeff Wagner for mayor

Imagine a mayor who promises not to take money under the table and quit going to strip clubs after he's elected.

It's the type of noble height to which Anthony Weiner could only hope to ascend.

If you've ever hoped for a mayor who talks to you like Samuel L. Jackson, stands for principles and who has beautiful girls half his age get him coffee after he finishes swimming in his boxer briefs, you should really takes notes on Jeff.

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