FRIDAY FUN – March 11, 2022

And now it's time for some FRIDAY FUN!

A bad case of the Mondays, a donkey laughs at a dog’s misfortune, the world’s longest car, and more.

If you’re a fan of the “Edward Scissorhands” movie, you can obtain the ultimate memorabilia in Lutz, Florida. The home used for the movie is on sale for just under $700 thousand. UPI reports that the house has been remodeled to make the interior resemble the sets that served as the inside of the house in the film, and it is stocked with memorabilia including authentic and reproduced props, an original script used by the movie’s pop master and a life-sized Edward Scissorhands mannequin.

And speaking of movies, in McKinney, Texas, a screening of “The Batman” came to life for moviegoers when a bat caused chaos in the theater. According to UPI, Videos captured by people there show the bat flying across the screen and fleeing from pursuing cinema employees. The theater confirmed that a moviegoer released the bat as a prank.

This little boy perfectly shows how we all feel sometimes going to work or school. If you can’t view the below video, try https://youtu.be/hJ55R6ITZOE.

A donkey finds it humorous when a dog gets shocked pinged by an electric fence. If you can’t view the below video, try https://youtu.be/khFb4FTJ4Jo.

In Orlando, Florida, a restored version of the world’s longest car broke its own Guinness World Record when it was officially measured at 100 feet and 1.5 inches long. UPI says the super limousine, known as the American Dream, was originally built in 1986 by car customizer Jay Ohrberg and measured 60 feet long. He later extended the vehicle to 100 feet long to obtain the Guinness World Record for the longest car. It has a putting green and a pool. The vehicle made appearances in film before eventually ending up in a New Jersey warehouse, where it sat for several years. A couple of purchases later, the limo is now restored. If you can’t view the below video, try https://youtu.be/sNE_dqkmLF0.

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