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The Reel Life: Bear-y Christmas edition

9 Jan 2019

While the holidays are supposed to be a joyous time of year, let's be real: They can also be quite stressful. Depending on what holidays you celebrate and how you celebrate them, you may have been subjected to long, crowded travel; dysfunctional family dynamics; spending too much money on presents; overeating or overdrinking; feeling culturally excluded; seasonal depression; or any of a host of other December-related stressors.

So we'd like to suggest you take a moment to take a deep breath and practice gratitude that, whatever else might have happened, you didn't get your arm torn off by a bear (probably. If you did, we're really sorry).

A woman at a Christmas party in Achinsk, Russia, got very drunk—as you do—and decided that it would be a great idea to feed the captive wild bear that was being held in a cage for the entertainment of the guests. Unsurprisingly, this turned out to be a bad idea, and the bear decided that anything stuck within the bars of the cage was Christmas dinner.

Unlike a hamster or a guinea pig, which might be kept in a cage because it is small and easily terrified and might get stepped on, bears are big and un-step-on-able. The reason the bear was in the cage is because it was a) a wild animal and b) supposed to be hibernating, and therefore very cranky about being at this party. Which, frankly, we can understand, although we've never torn anyone's arm off about it.

The woman was rushed to the hospital for emergency surgery, and is currently alive but in grave condition.

We guess the moral of the story here is "Don't get drunk and stick your arm in a bear cage," but you probably already knew not to do that. Anyway, if you're reading this, you've already survived through New Year's, so you're probably good.

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