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Amusing Monday: Spills and mishaps on the water

December 17th, 2012 by cdunagan

If you tuned into “America’s Funniest Home Videos” a week ago, you would have seen a package of water-related mishaps, some excitement at the beach and a few cats in and out of water.

There’s no good way to separate these various packages, so I’ll just leave it to you to either watch the show or click on these segments in the timeline after you click on the Hulu video at right: Cats at 9:00, water mishaps at 28:53 and again at 32.23, and excitement at the beach, 35.45. (Note: Commercials appear as dots on the timeline; they will play when you click from one section to another.)

As an alternative, here’s another video from YouTube showing some wild incidents on or in the water.

I’m not sure what it is about cats, but this blog is still getting hits on an entry from Oct. 6, 2008, called “Some cats have no propensity for water” and another from April 27, 2009, called “There’s something about cats and water.”

Would you like to see more cats in water? Click over to this YouTube video called “Funny Cats in Water.”

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