(AP) A group of young students at an all girls school were left in “mass hypnosis” after a demonstration from a fledging hypnotist reportedly left them locked in a trance.
Maxime Nadeau was forced to call on his mentor for assistance after the hypnotist could not reverse the condition of several 12 and 13-year-old girls at the Collège du Sacré-Coeur private school in Quebec. One of the girls was reportedly left in a trance for five hours.
“Being in a trance is a state of well-being,” Nadeau told the CBC‘s French-language service. “I wasn’t stressed. I knew they would get out of it.”
Still, Nadeau eventually called in his mentor and trainer Richard Whitbread to reverse the effects.
Interestingly, Whitbread said the girls may have been especially vulnerable to Nadeau’s suggestions because of his young age and “good looks.”
Of course this Nadeau dude knew what he was doing. Young? Good looks? I guarantee you that he was just practicing his hypnosis on these girls, sharpening his game for later on at the bars.
Spring Break is just around the corner and I’m ready to ‘let the dogs out.’ Warmer weather. Clothing is optional. There are no alarm clocks. And plenty of good memories. Where are you headed? Aruba? Mustique? Spain? Australia?
Millions of Americans watch what they eat. But one Las Vegas man has painfully discovered that where you eat can have a big impact on your health as well. In a story almost too bizarre to be true, a man suffered a heart attack after eating a “triple bypass burger” at the Heart Attack Grill in downtown Las Vegas, local affiliate Fox5 reports.
As comically tragic as that may sound, no one can sue the restaurant for not issuing fair warning. Its website proudly proclaims the menu offers, “Taste Worth Dying For!” (Fortunately, the man in question survived his attack.)
Still, it was the first actual known cardiac incident at the Heart Attack Grill. “He was having the sweats and shaking,” “Nurse” Bridgett, who was working at the restaurant at the time of the incident, told Fox5. (Employees at the restaurant are given fake medical titles, including the establishment’s owner, “Doctor” Jon Basso.)
“I actually felt horrible for the gentleman because the tourists were taking photos of him as if it were some type of stunt. Even with our own morbid sense of humor, we would never pull a stunt like that,” Bosso told Fox5. “He was sweating, suffering. Anyone with an ounce of compassion would’ve felt for him.”
Basso said the man’s name is being kept private but that he is recovering from the heart attack.
Haha. This is funny because you can just see the tourists snapping photos of this poor guy as he lay there dying with his burger still unfinished.
Next up, woman collapses after consuming an entire “Death by Chocolate” dessert!
Every prep school has its handful of bros and hipsters. Each group constantly trying to outdo the other with different styles. The question this video brings up is, “can you be both a bro and a hipster?”
Can you find the VV 1/4 Zip, Rayban Wayfarers, and the ST croakies?