Friday, June 5, 2009

Do you think we're SEXY?


This Insane Dude Actually Pulls off the Trick.


In case you were wondering…

How much gas does a normal person pass per day?
On average, a person produces about half a liter of fart gas per day, distributed over an average of about fourteen daily farts.
Whereas it may be difficult for you to determine your daily flatus volume, you can certainly keep track of your daily numerical fart count. You might try this as a science fair project: Keep a journal of everything you eat and a count of your farts. You might make a note of the potency of their odor as well. See if you can discover a relationship between what you eat, how much you fart, and how much they smell.

WTF somebody has way too much time on their hands (More facts on farts)

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Driver 'dozes off' on India train
A passenger train in the Indian state of Bihar zoomed past two railway stations - apparently after the driver fell asleep at the controls.
Those on board say the driver stopped only after some of the panic-stricken passengers managed to wake him up.
Following protests by angry passengers, he then reversed the train to return to the stations he had missed.
The driver and the guard of the train have been suspended and an inquiry has been ordered, a railway official said.
'Out of proportion'
The incident is alleged to have occurred after the Jogbani-Katihar express left Forbesganj railway station in Bihar on Monday.
It zoomed past its first scheduled halt at Dholbazza, railway officials said.
Passengers then panicked when the train also missed its next stop of Pothia railway station in Kishanganj.
When some of the passengers managed to reach the engine, they apparently found the driver snoring away.
Corpses among 'Frozen Assets’
Nine frozen corpses are among the gruesome assets listed by a bankrupt US company.
Massachusetts medical device maker, Innovative Spinal Technologies, has listed nine human bodies, including "eight previously used" cadavers, among its property in a federal bankruptcy filing.
Federal bankruptcy trustee Warren Agin said that the bodies are frozen in the company's former headquarters and do not pose a public health threat.
He said arrangements for proper disposal are being made.
The Mansfield-based company made tools for minimally invasive back surgery, and the bodies were kept in an area where doctors were trained to use the devices.
The company shut down in February and filed for bankruptcy last month.

Underwear Prediction

If you want to know whether the economy has bottomed out, look no further than the nearest men's underwear drawer.
If men are wearing threadbare jocks - or worse, undies with holes - the nation is in real trouble, according to a growing number of economists who say the condition of men's underwear is a valuable fiscal indicator.
In fact, many argue it is an even more reliable barometer of the state of the economy than the century-old Hemline Index - which suggests women's hemlines rise in good times - and the Lipstick Index - which holds that when times get tough, lipstick sales soar as women seek comfort in affordable, feel-good items.
First touted by former US Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan, the men's underpants index, or Manty Index as some have called it, reasons that because hardly anyone sees men's underpants, it is one of the first things men stop buying in tough economic times.
By extension, the theory also suggests that the pent-up demand means that men's underwear sales should also be among the first to soar when the economy picks up.

Explaining Sex to the Deaf - Hilarious.

Watch the Translator not the Speaker