Top 10 Scary Iceberg Stories
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Hello and welcome back to the Most Amazing Channel on the internet I am your hostess with the mostess, Rebecca Felgate – I do not know why I said that! Ha! I have noticed two things. You guys love scary. You also seem to love ice. SO with that in mind, you bet I have whipped up a Top 10 Scary Iceberg stories video! Let the ice fest begin! Before I get into that – I want to ask you guys if you have seen an iceberg in real life…or…what is the coldest you have ever been! If anyone is watching from St Johns Newfoundland, I really want to come and see the icebergs float by in June! While you are leaving an icy comment, why don’t you also leave a thumbs up on this video and share it with a friend Also be sure to check out the links in the description box for our most amazing Instagram. Stick around to the end of the video where I will be reading comments from a previous video.

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    • MostAmazingTop10 i live in the same place that you guys do in Canada. I work at a kennel outside even during the winter and you guys know how cold it gets here.

    • =60 below zero this past winter. I stepped outside for not even 4 seconds and was like nope I’d rather be inside warm and toasty watching mostamazingtop10 videos under a warm blanket and sipping hot coco

    • MostAmazingTop10 Bridgeport California living in a fighting hole and snow caves 😐😕

  1. The iceblock just seems like some tournament was about to go down there if you ask me lol its perfect in size and width for a one on one fight and the tipping of it would make it harder for people to hold their grip making it a challenge. I wouldn’t doubt it if that’s what happened either a lot of places have used either flat pieces if wood or ice in rivers for tournaments.

  2. I’ve seen a couple of ice burgs when I was stationed up in Adak, AK. They were a beautiful but rather (to me) a sobering reminder of how small we are when pitted against Mother Nature. As for your list, “Kudos to you Miss. Rebecca. You always do a great job (and forgive me for saying so, but you’re pleasing to watch also!!!).
    Keep’em coming Sweetheart!!!!

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