Friday, March 6, 2009

“Don’t Stop BITCH!”

What are the odds that's the mother and she's licking her daughter?
Joanne Casey said...
That's his/her sister, notice the pink collar.
Pup's are disgusting, the smellier a subject they can get their noses into, the better.
There are "GAY" Animals.
I know of a 13- year-old female pitbull that likes licking other female dogs.

Caption This...............NSFW

Click to Enlarge
Anon Y. Mous said...
What Costa Ricans do with all that beach and sun.

Caption This...............NSFW


79-year-old woman gets urgent letter from Marine Corps

Opal Blackwell Walker has received a job offer. The 79-year-old Crestview woman says the Marines has expressed interest.
Last Monday, recruiters from New Jersey sent a letter to Walker by Federal Express.
"I had to sign for it. It was sent priority overnight," she said. The letter from the Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps Recruiting Command asked Walker if she thought she had the stuff to be a Marine.
"It says ‘Dear Opal, Do you think you have what it takes to be a Marine? Are you prepared for one of the most demanding challenges you will ever face?' " said Walker.
She plans to visit a local recruiting office and say, "Here I am. Where do you want me?"

What would you do for a Klondike bar?

Would You Go to Jail?
That’s just what happen to Richard Cram, 65. Tuesday night caper involving the popular ice cream snack, police said. A store owner said the man with the munchies also pocketed 99 cents worth of Raman noodle soup and 49 cents worth of Famous Amos cookies.
The owner of the Fort Pierce Food Mart/Texaco in the 2000 block of Seaway Drive told police he watched Cram walking "suspiciously" in the establishment.
Cram crammed a package of Raman noodle soup and some Famous Amos cookies in his pocket, police said. When the owner approached Cram, of the 2400 block of South Ocean Drive, he reportedly removed the goods and tossed them on a shelf.
Next, Cram selected something at the ice cream cooler and tried to leave, police said.
"(The owner) stopped him before he reached the door," the report states. "Cram then removed a Klondike ice cream bar in his rear pants pocket and offered to pay $69 for it."
Police noted the $1.29 Klondike bar looked "flattened."
A witness said he saw the owner approaching and yelling at Cram and saw Cram appear to pull things from his pants and throw them on a shelf.

This is a really crappy paint job

Lazy painting contractors resurfacing a busy commuter road sprayed over a giant pile of horse manure instead of cleaning it out of the way.
And even though it was painted a few days ago, the mess is still visible on the Torquay to Newton Abbot road in Devon – only just a little flatter.
A Devon County Council spokesman said: "The contractor will be required to do the job right."

We Will F*ck You - NSFW

It's funny in a bad way.

Small Bits of News You Didn’t Know you Needed

Teen says gun is safe so he takes it and .... guess what?
A friend told the 15-year-old Ellenton teen that the gun was dangerous and to put it away.
Did the kid listen?
Nah. He wanted to prove that the gun was safe.
So he pointed the 9mm Ruger handgun at his foot and pulled the trigger.
Now he has a hole in his foot.
Lucky it wasn't his brain.
5 Old men + porn theater = busy hands.
Look at it this way: At least they weren't at an AARP meeting.
No, when five men -- ages 59 to 79 -- were exposing themselves and masturbating, they were watching a porn flick at a porn theater.
Problem was, the cops were there, too. They were working an undercover operation at a south Manatee movie house.
The cops saw the illegal behavior during a visit to C.J.’s Adult Movie Theater.
The guys were all arrested on misdemeanor charges.
Don't know if they got to see the movie's climax.
Deputies interrupt women having sex, find drugs
Lawmen in Bay County are holding as evidence a bag of marijuana they received from the rectal area of a woman recently caught having sex with another woman, the Sheriff's Office said.
Responding to a call of a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot of a Dollar General store shortly before 1 a.m. Friday, deputies found two partially nude females, ages 24 and 20, engaged in sexual activity in a 2005 white Nissan.
After allowing the women to get dressed, deputies saw multiple white pills in the vehicle, according to a Sheriff's Office incident report. The 20-year-old woman told officers the pills, a generic form of Lortab, were hers but she didn't have a prescription for them. Then, she confessed to having a baggie of marijuana, which she "retrieved...from her rectum," a deputy wrote.
The woman was released and told to contact an investigator later. The marijuana was kept as evidence.
Hobbling smuggler wore cocaine cast
Spanish police have arrested a 66-year-old Chilean who tried to smuggle drugs into Barcelona with a cast made of cocaine fitted on a truly broken leg, an official said today.
The man also had cocaine hidden in six beer cans that had been emptied, packed with drugs and resealed, and inside the legs of two small folding stools, police said. Altogether, he was carrying about 5 kilograms (11 pounds) of the drug, police said.
His left shin was broken, and investigators do not rule out the possibility that the injury was inflicted intentionally so he could smuggle with the cocaine cast.
cases in which smugglers had concealed cocaine underneath casts but this was the first time officials had seen a cast made entirely of compressed cocaine. It weighed about a kilogram (2.2 pounds), he said.
Police detected the drug by spraying the cast with a chemical that turns bright blue when it comes in contact with cocaine, Nin said. The man was taken to a hospital after the cast was removed.
Using your debit card during robbery not a good idea
Would-be robbers take note: Don't use your debit card during a holdup.
A Charleston, West Virginia man who police say attempted to rob a convenience store instead ended up buying a soft drink with his debit card — ultimately leading to his arrest.
Shawn Thomas Lester, 33, told the store clerk Monday he had a gun and wanted all the money in the register, police said. But the suspect got flustered when a customer walked in and the clerk told him to pay for the soft drink.
Lester handed over his debit card, then signed the receipt "John Doe" and left without any cash.
Police traced the debit card and found Lester, of Charleston. He told police he was only joking when he said he had a gun and demanded money.
Groom robbed banks to pay for wedding
A desperate bridegroom staged four bank robberies after his wife-to-be's plans for a huge white wedding got out of hand.
The groom netted more than £300,000 in the heists in Austria before he was caught.
But it still wasn't enough for his fiancee who demanded 500 guests, a Chanel gown, a new car for the drive to the service and a Caribbean honeymoon.
Ahmed Boyer, 36, was caught when an off duty policeman grabbed him as he fled a bank in Vienna.
"The wedding was costing a lot of money and I realized I would never be able to pay for it," he told the court.
"The money from the first robbery went in a day so I just kept going."
Man gets £90,000 after suicide attempt
A man who tried to commit suicide has been paid £90,000 compensation after he sued the hospital which saved his life. Michael Dexter, 58, from Lancashire, was rushed to the hospital after taking a cocktail of around 100 pills and rum. At the hospital a drug given to stop the effects of his overdose caused damage to his left arm because he was given four times the correct dose. Although doctors saved his life Mr Dexter took legal action against the hospital and has been awarded the cash in an out-of-court settlement after a six year fight.