Sunday, October 19, 2008

Team Work - Two Idiots are Always Better than One

Anonymous said...
What are the odds that there's a third idiot inside holding on to the other end of the ladder?

How To...

How To Nail Yourself In The Face With The Ball.


It's a Cartrider
A shopping cart and a bicycle by a Korean designer.

I guessing it didn't go as planned

First Time Rollerblader encounters a garage door

A Mercedes on 3 wheels

Mercedes owner didn’t let a accident to stop the idiot from driving it

Girl Attempts Back-flip

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

What’s that Smell
Fish seven years out of date discovered in warehouse of supplier to top London restaurants
Horrified health inspectors discovered 200 tons of rotting fish at a seafood firm which supplies top London restaurants.
The £120,000 worth of fish was up to seven years out of date and crawling with maggots.
The foul batch is being destroyed but a search has been launched to find out who the firm has supplied.
The Lincolnshire company’s rubbish-strewn warehouse contained scallops, tiger prawns and parrot fish, partly-eaten by rats.
Joanna Riddell, of West Lindsey district council, said: "We’ve never seen anything like it. The hideous lack of hygiene was revolting and the scale was astonishing. We had to destroy a massive warehouse worth of food, packed floor to ceiling.
"The fish, crawling in maggots and rats, had been defrosted and refrozen. It was a major health risk."
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Michigan Man Arrested For Having Vacuum Sex
A 29-year-old Swan Creek Township man was in the Saginaw County Jail for "receiving sexual favors from a vacuum" at a Thomas Township car wash, police say.
A Thomas Township resident called police to report "someone acting suspicious" at a car wash around 6:45 a.m. on Thursday, said Police Sgt. Gary Breidinger.
The officer parked some distance away, approached on foot and caught the man in the act, Breidinger said. "I've seen some strange things, but this is the weirdest thing I ever heard," he said.
'Dogs ate my car'
Clayton Dwyer, 47, of Millner, thought his girlfriend was kidding when she woke him up and told him his work ute had been gnawed by a pack of savage dogs. But when he walked outside his Beetson Place home he discovered this was no joke.
His front bumper had been ripped from the car and chewed to bits by the dogs. They had even tried to munch on the front panels.
"You can see the teeth marks," he said.
Asked what he thought when he first saw the damage, Mr Dwyer said: "Doggone it! That's a bit ruff."
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It went from dogs ate my homework in school to
dogs ate my car so he didn't have to go to work.