Children tell it like it is...
A couple who bought a bag of nuts got a surprise when they opened one and found a condom inside.
He-Hey! I made it back in one piece! For those of you that didn’t know, I took a week off from work and Across-the-Board and traveled to the fabulous ski resort, Wolf Creek Colorado. How was it? Well, it was everything my wildest dreams imagined. Myself and 18 of my closest college buddies (yes, you read right 18 dudes) spent an entire week just ‘shreddin the slopes’ and ‘throwin back special fruit juices.’ Check out the pictures below, and be sure not to miss the video of me ‘bustin’ my ass trying to look cool off of a ski-jump. Click here to watch the video. Pathetic, I know. Hahaha :)
"Why the f*ck are there still college aged girls (and older) who are OBSESSED with Winnie the Pooh and Disney, and a bunch of other crap made for babies? What the f*ck? That sh*t is for little kids. These girls live in a fantasy world. Damn, I didn't even know that they made Winnie the Pooh clothes for anybody over the age of 5, but guess what, they do. And guess what else? They apparently have a whole line of Winnie the Pooh clothes and accessories to service women of all ages.
Imagine trying to have a rational conversation with somebody of your own age, and also imagine being older than 5 years old..." click here to read the rest of the entire 'rant'
A pizza delivery man in Cincinnati has told police he was the victim of a robbery attempt yesterday- by a pack of girls.
“Need to pull a great office prank? Put a pile of crap on your boss' desk!"
Insta-Poop! Yeah, that's really what it's called. This product is up for auction on eBay here.
A Virginia animal rights activist has legally changed his name to KentuckyFriedCruelty.com.
A high school cheerleading coach resigned Thursday following allegations that she was telling her team how to perform certain sex acts.
Those instructions were allegedly given by coach Katie Chase during a team-building sleepover.
After the sleepover, a concerned parent called an outside police department. Police then contacted Sultan police, who investigated and determined that Chase had done nothing criminal.
A new cheerleading coach has already been hired. Article here.
Annoyed by a loud television, an irate man strangled his sister after she refused to turn down the volume, police sources said yesterday.
Ozem Goldwire, 27, called 911 Monday night and told cops he found his sister, Sherika Goldwire, 28, unconscious in her bed at 8 p.m. in their Ocean Hill home, the sources said.
Neighbors described him and his sister as mentally challenged.
Their mother, Essie Goldwire, 65, rejected the police version of the slaying, insisting her daughter was the victim of a burglary. "It would have been easy to put words in his mouth," she said. "They've got separate TVs. Why would they fight?"
Essie Goldwire said her son had told cops he found the house ransacked, his sister's purse on a hallway floor and her lifeless body under a blanket. "He got scared," she said. "He didn't do it.
Is it just me, or is anyone else really confused on what's actually is going on here? Article here.
Wal-Mart stirred outrage when its Web site suggested that shoppers who wanted to buy a "Planet of the Apes" DVD would be interested in biopics of famous black Americans like Martin Luther King Jr.