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Teaching is more than a profession—it's a calling to help others in direct and profound ways. So why aren’t educators getting the recognition they deserve? Key & Peele's clever spoof of ESPN’s SportsCenter gives us some perspective on our nation’s ridiculous values. One segment shows the duo giving a play-by-play analysis of a teacher’s ability in engaging students and it’s downright hilarious. If only we could make those multimillion dollar bonuses a reality.

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Guys React to Their Girlfriends Getting Catcalled On Hidden Camera

Walking down the street shouldn’t be this terrible.

Many men seem to brush off the fact that women get catcalled on a daily basis from total strangers. It's absolutely demeaning. So Cosmopolitan put together a social experiment to see how boyfriends would react when they witnessed their girlfriends getting catcalled by men on the street. Some of the things that get said are pretty shocking.

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The first time you fly can be an emotional experience. The anticipation, the jitters, and the exhilaration when the plane finally shoots off the runway can rattle just about anyone. This 57-year-old Northern Irishman’s first flight was no exception. He appears to be crying tears of laughter during the very emotional takeoff that was captured on video by his daughter. We can only guess how excited he would get if they hit any turbulence.

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Finders keepers, losers weepers.” This age-old adage is all too familiar for some, especially if that lost wallet is stuffed with cash. Doing the right thing can be tricky at times, but these kids show just how easy it is to do good in the world. In this adorable video by the Japanese Red Cross, kids work through the moral dilemma of returning a stranger’s wallet dropped right by their feet. At first the kids look hesitant, but eventually sum up the courage to alert the stranger to the lost wallet. Perhaps we could learn a thing or two about honesty and kindness from these kids.

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