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6-Year-Old Itsuki Morita Is the World's Youngest Club DJ

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Courtesy of Guinness World Records

Typically, 6-year-old kids hang out at playgrounds, not clubs—but Itsuki Morita prefers strobe lights to jungle gyms. The pint-sized elementary school student from Japan recently became the world’s youngest club DJ, setting an official Guinness Record after he played an hour-long public set in Osaka, Japan.

Morita “saw people DJing and thought it looks fun,” the pint-sized music mixer told Guinness World Records. A family friend taught him the basics, and last March, the boy showed off his skills at a restaurant and bar. The crowd contained both kids and adults, who all danced to Morita’s tracks. Join in the fun by watching a clip of the performance below.

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Can You Find the Money in Santa’s Sack in This Hidden Image Puzzle?
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Vouchercloud, a website and app for online deals, brings us this holiday-themed test of your vision just in time for Christmas. Hidden among all the identical Santa Clauses carrying sacks of presents, one financially-savvy Santa is carrying a big sack of money. Can you figure out where he is? (Warning: Spoilers below.)

Spot him yet? If you’re stumped, check out the solution below. If this one was a breeze for you, try out a few more hidden-object puzzles here, here, and here. Or if you’re looking for something with a little more real-life relevancy, try to figure out where the snake is in this photo. Happy hunting!

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Listen to What Darth Vader Sounded Like On the Star Wars Set
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The voice of Darth Vader, provided by James Earl Jones, is one of the most iconic aspects of the original Star Wars movies. But James Earl Jones wasn't the actor wearing that outfit—it was British actor David Prowse, who was cast in part because he was huge (reportedly 6'5" and a former body-building champion).

George Lucas always intended to replace Prowse's voice, but it's still a bit of a shock to hear a muffled British voice coming out of Darth Vader's helmet. Here's video showing what Darth Vader sounded like on the set before James Earl Jones re-recorded the dialogue.

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