The Doctors: Fish Gape Selfies
The Doctors kicked off their show with viral videos, but first Dr Travis Stork announced that the “duck face selfie” is dead. Now, it’s all about “the fish gape” where you relax your facial muscles, open your eyes wider, and slightly open your mouth. Celebrities everywhere are doing it and even Dr Travis pulled the look off himself!
The Doctors: Puppy Bathes Itself
The Doctors then moved on to talk about about a dog that does even more than a kid does. The dog gives himself a bath, dries off, and puts himself to bed all on his own. Naturally, the dog is a golden retriever which is my absolute favorite breed of dog. Yet another reason for me to go and get one!
Does your dog have any special talents?
The Doctors: Bouncing Baby Dancing To Old McDonald
The Doctors then shared what happened when a baby boy heard his grandma singing Old McDonald. The boy is just 10-months-old and belongs to their producer Chelsea. The Doctors wanted to see if they could make the baby dance right there on stage and while he wasn’t as excited as he was in the video, he did start smiling and clapping. Dr Travis then picked up the boy and Chelsea said “he looks good on you!”
The Doctors: Bill For Missed Wedding
Speaking of babies, The Doctors then explained that a woman named Jessica Baker was about to go to a wedding with her husband when she got a call from her mom saying she couldn’t make it to watch the kids. The invitation said no kids, so that meant the pair couldn’t go to the wedding. Jessica later got a bill for the missed meal, totalling $75.90. There was a note at the bottom that read “This cost reflected the amount paid by bride and groom for meals that were RSVPed for, reimbursement and explanation for no show, card, call or text would be appreciated.
No one wants to interrupt a bride and groom on the day of their wedding, so maybe the best option is to send a card after the wedding apologizing.
The Doctors: DIY Tattoo Removal Kit Dangers
The Doctors then issued a warning about at-home tattoo removal kits, sharing a picture of a third degree burn that happened as a result of trying to use one of the kits. The woman wanted her boyfriend’s name removed from her arm and didn’t have enough money for a traditional tattoo removal, so she purchased a DIY kit online. The kit contained acid and she suffered severe burns after six different applications. Dr Andrew Ordon said lasers are the best option, so save up and wait to do it the right way.