Saturday, December 8, 2007


Yeah! they are looking at one right now.

Suicide Hotline

Feeling depressed?
Thinking of ending it all, but really don’t want to?
Don’t jump! Make the call that could save your life…..

Wait a minute…..I don't own a cell phone

Fakes are for losers

Amen Brother

This is when you know it's time to stop drinking

Why are you being such a kill joy

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Wow, that's so long most people would just start it and then jump to the end like I did when reading it... would be awesome if right in the middle there was a "F@ck me"!

One funky looking soap designed to wash your smelly butt clean

What's Up Chuck?™ - with a mystery scent

Smelling a little sour? Need a good butt scrubbing? Then this bar is for you! It has a little bit of everything to get the job done. This kid-friendly bar looks a lot like it sounds and is over a 1/3 of a pound! What’s Up Chuck™ cleansing suds will disinfect AND soften your skin. Make sure you give your smelly self a good scrub with this amazing soap!

Mouse Skin Ladies Products

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The Funniest Wedgie Videos

10 of the funniest wedgies videos that you'll ever see on the friggin' net
This last sub genre of wedgies was invented entirely for the internet, for the pleasure of male viewers. Some of these can get raunchy (and are jerk-fodder for panties obsessed weirdo’s), but a wedgie is a wedgie and when a chick gets hurt via her thong getting ripped over her head, it's gonna make a brother laugh.

Big time douche-bags think it's hilarious to film themselves getting and receiving wedgies. Normally, these videos aren't too funny. But sometimes you'll find a gem in the pack; one where some frat brother gets hurt despite planning otherwise.

Little kid wedgies are the classics. The key aspects of all little kid wedgies are shock, discomfort and shrieking. Even if a kid has planned on getting his underwear wedged up his hee-hoo, it's still gonna hurt and he's still gonna scream.

Are you a perfect man or woman?

What does it take to be "Perfect"
Do you think you are "Perfect?"

Would Mom Be Proud...


Run for your life

Chicken Shit

Leaning on a moving escalator rail is never a good idea

Small Bits of News

Penis hacking rage in Thailand
Angry Thai Women Lead the World in Penis Slashings
They have been boiled, fed to ducks, even attached to hot air balloons and cast into the night sky - when it comes to permanently depriving a cheating lover of a recently severed penis, the imagination of the wronged Thai woman knows few bounds. Thailand has become the world center of penis reattachment surgery, but then it has been forced to be. While not unique to the kingdom, penis severing has been honed here to its most devastating effect through a mixture of infidelity, assertive womanhood and a national cuisine that lends itself to a kitchen full of sharp knives. .
Thai surgeons are becoming expert at putting members back on.
"Sometimes they chop into pieces.
In those cases we cannot put it back."

Cremator dumps half-burned bodies to save fuel
HONG KONG (Reuters) - China's worst fuel crunch in years has led a crematorium to dump half-burnt corpses to try saving on diesel costs, a Hong Kong newspaper said on Friday.
Villagers in Hengyang County, in the southern province of Hunan, discovered the practice when an "unbearable stench" started coming from the site, and tried to block a road on Wednesday to stop funeral vehicles from delivering more bodies.
The village sent people to investigate the smell and the South China Morning Post said they saw "crematorium workers putting half-burnt human remains and organs in plastic bags and throwing them into a nearby ditch."
"As the price of diesel rose, we saw more and more bags thrown out from the crematorium," the paper quoted Xiao Gaoyi, a village representative and one of the witnesses, as saying.

Teenager microwaved, tumble dried and froze hamster
A 14-year-old boy subjected a hamster to a half-hour ordeal in which he put her in a freezer, a tumble-dryer and a washing machine before she died, a court heard yesterday. The RSPCA described the teenager's treatment of the animal called Poppy as "an act of senseless cruelty against a defenceless animal". The youth admitted causing unnecessary suffering to Poppy today and was given a 12-month supervision order as well as being banned from keeping any animals for four years.
Speaking after the hearing, RSPCA inspector Mike Pugh said: "What this boy did was horrendous. "It took over half an hour for the hamster to die, after first being frozen, heated in a revolving drum and finally drowned in the washing machine. She suffered severe pain and mental stress."Mr Pugh said the animal had lesions to her feet and torn claws. A vet concluded these were most likely caused by frostbite, trying to climb out of the freezer or hang on to the inside of the dryer drum.
A post-mortem examination showed the hamster died of severe respiratory or cardiovascular damage.

Whole village victim of credit card scam
An entire village may have fallen victim to an elaborate international credit card scam, police believe. Hundreds of people living in Houghton on the Hill, Leicestershire, are thought to have reported cash being withdrawn from their accounts. The withdrawals have been made from countries including Australia, India and the Philippines. The owner of the village shop called in the police after suspecting fraudsters were targeting his customers. Jim Funnell has run the business for 30 years. He was shocked that customers had been caught up in the scam simply because they had bought goods at his shop and garage. Mr Funnell has now changed the debit and credit card machines in his shop. With news video.

One Hell Of A Christmas Bargain

1967 Flashback
Wisconsin driver’s line up for gas at 33 cents per gallon
Fri Dec 7, 5:08 PM ET
Dozens of drivers made a mad rush for cheap gas after a station employee accidentally changed the price to 33 cents a gallon. An employee closing Trig's Minocqua Shell for the night meant to drop the price of gas by 1 cent. But he mistakenly dropped a nine from the $3.299 a gallon in the computer, making the price of gas .329 cents Monday night.
He left about 10 p.m., but drivers could still use their credit cards to buy gas.
Those that did got a bargain, and word spread fast.
Forty-two people bought 586 gallons of gas in an hour and 45 minutes.
Local police saw the hoard at the station and called store manager Andrea Reuland.
She went to the station and pushed the emergency stop.
"There were cars two deep at each of my pumps," said Reuland, who knew many of the drivers.
One person had pumped 27 gallons and two purchased 18 gallons.
Reuland told people they were being dishonest — the main store sign had the correct price.
"I was very upset that there are that many dishonest people," she said. "They knew there was a problem, and they took advantage of an employee's mistake and I think that's terrible."
For that many people to be at a rural, northern Wisconsin gas station after 10 p.m. is highly unusual, she said.
The employee, who has been there for about six months, had changed the gas prices 25 times in the past six months. "It was an honest mistake," Reuland said. "I could have done it."

1967 Economy / Prices

President: Lyndon B. Johnson
Vice President: Hubert H. Humphrey
Population: 198,712,056
Life expectancy: 70.5 years
High: 943
Low: 786
Federal spending: $157.46 billion
Federal debt: $340.4 billion
Inflation: 2.8%
Consumer Price Index: 33.4
Unemployment: 3.8%
Cost of a new home: $24,600.00
Median Household Income: $7,143.00
Cost of a first-class stamp: $0.05
Cost of a gallon of regular gas: $0.33
Cost of a dozen eggs: $0.49
Cost of a gallon of Milk: $1.03