This would just feel really wrong to me
It was a painful sight for James Gibson Saturday when he discovered his car had been tossed around by a snow plow.
Kevin Federline apparently called a restaurant before Britney and him arrived to make sure they wouldn't serve her dessert.
This is f*ckin hilarious. No really. This is funny. I'm laughing, are you?
So apparently you can relate Brokeback Mountain to anything now. Check out this Brokeback Mountain Animal Cracker that is listed on eBay:
“Look at this amazing "Brokeback Mountain" animal cracker, discovered in a bag of seemingly normal animal crackers. "When the cow met the camel."
Currently the auction is at $1.00, shipping costs $4.00. Click here to see the actual eBay listing.
Patrick Deuel, who once weighed more than 1,000 pounds, has lost another 81 pounds in a surgery that removed a mass of fat and skin hanging from his midsection.
A cell phone for dogs. Yep, the PetsCell is the first voice enabled waterproof GPS cell phone optimized for animals, will be available for distribution early in 2006.
An elderly man spent at least three days in his vehicle on the side of a busy Canadian highway before anyone - including police who checked the car's license plate - realized he was dead.
A passing motorist discovered the man's body after deciding to check the vintage-model car on the Trans-Canada Highway near British Columbia, on Sunday to see if it was for sale.
The car's license number was checked by passing police on Friday and Saturday to make sure it was not stolen, but the officers apparently did not stop to inspect it because it was not impeding traffic.
Officials believe the 75-year-old man became ill and pulled off to the side of highway, which is used by hundreds of Vancouver-area motorists each day. They say he then probably slumped down in his seat and died. Article here.
British model Jodie Marsh has revealed that she collects pictures of penises. Whose penises? The ones belonging to men she has been involved with.
Lindsay Lohan told Cosmopolitan magazine that she would appear topless in a film only if she knew it meant that she would win an Oscar. The actress claims that she's already "OK with being topless in front of people."
I'm not sure if anybody has explained this to Lindsay, but you don't get an Oscar just for being topless. Not only that- is there anyone really out there that would really care to see Lindsay Lohan topless anyways? I mean she isn’t exactly ‘healthy’ if you know what I mean. Whatever.
It was plunger versus mop in a fight between motel maids. Police in North Charleston, S.C., reported that a couple of maids got into it over toilet paper.
According to investigators, each accused the other of taking the TP from their respective cleaning carts.
Deloris Smith is charged with assault and battery for hitting the other maid with a mop. But Smith said she was defending herself from a plunger.
The other woman was taken to a hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
I would of paid money to see video footage of this fight. Quality stuff... all over some toilet paper. Article here.
83 percent of college women and graduates surveyed by the AMA said spring break involves heavier-than-usual drinking, and 74 percent said the break results in increased sexual activity.
A man may not be laughing after police busted him for robbing a bank. He claims was just joking.
Anti Snor is a ring worn on the pinky finger that will stop you from snoring.
A six-year-old girl had something to share with her teachers -- six baggies of pot.
A rare $10,000 bill is getting a new home. The bill one of 15 large-denomination bills at a Chase Bank branch in Green Bay was shipped to the bank's corporate archives in New York for safe keeping.
The large bill was discovered in a bank customer's safety deposit box after the owner died 20 years ago. The woman's family exchanged the currency at face value, and the bank stored the bill in a plastic sleeve for protection.
Fun Fact to tell your friends, but not in a bar: the government stopped printing bills larger than $100 in 1945 and hasn't issued any since 1969. The Green Bay bills were printed in 1934. Article here.