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Ten Highly Educational GIFs That May Save Your Life

Who said GIFs can't be educational? We've hand picked ten of the most useful, possibly life-saving GIFs. Because you never know when something fatal could happen: living is dangerous. And yes, mp4 videos are technically GIFs. Now watch and learn.

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Pornhub is launching an initiative to keep people safe during the olympics in Rio this year by providing a free membership to anyone in Rio de Janiero. The website to sign up also provides actual information about how to protect yourself from Zika, so it's not all just silly.  

Participants also get to pick the country they are rooting for. The program is relatively new so there aren't a lot of signups yet, but not surprisingly Brazil is in the lead. 

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Stick Figures Die Horribly in These Hilariously Morbid Transit Safety Videos

Metro Los Angeles just wants people to be safe when riding the train. These new eye-catching videos provide a warning about the gruesome fate you might meet if you don't follow the rules.

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A Youtuber who focuses on showing people how to break locks shows how easy it is to open a simple padlock. All he does it hit it with a hammer. This isn't a recommendation to go around opening padlocks but after watching this video, you may want to buy a stronger or more complicated lock to keep your things safe.

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A handy guide to lowering the odds of slicing your finger open -- or off.

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Bars in Minneapolis may soon be installing "home" pregnancy test machines for female patrons, as part of a mission to warn about the dangers of fetal alcohol syndrome.

Minneapolis-based non-profit Healthy Brains for Children plans to install 100 of the machines in bars and restaurants, to encourage women to test themselves before ordering a drink. Each test is $3 and the bar doesn't reap any profits, as all proceeds go directly to the foundation.

[neatorama]