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Dumb Ways to Die [VIDEO]

You may have heard Kellie Rasberry talking about this video during the Kidd Kraddick Morning Show on Tuesday, but have you seen it yet? Dumb Ways to Die.

It began as a public awareness video in Australia to be more aware around train stations, where take a much more graphic approach to public service announcements.

Kellie relayed that her daughter had been bugging her download a game for the phone, Dumb Ways to Die, and after much begging she finally gave in and downloaded it for her as a reward for good behavior – without researching it first.

Jessica Galindo, our Mix VIP lunch winner, was talking about her sons singing it to. Have you played the game, or gotten the song stuck in your head?

dumbways2die via YouTube

 

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