Wednesday, October 04, 2006
40DD breast implants saved her in car-crash!
A Bulgarian woman driver escaped relatively unscathed from a head-on pile-up with another vehicle when her 40DD breast implants absorbed most of the impact, Ananova reports.
Nick Carter lost his virginity to Debra LaFave?
Nick Carter (from the Backstreet Boys) says he lost his virginity to Debra LaFave (the teacher who hooked up with her student). Carter told Howard Stern on his satellite radio show that he first had sex with Debbie LaFave, who years later ended up in jail for having sex with a 14-year-old student.
Eva Longoria and Tony Parker are split up?
Desperate Housewives star Eva Longoria and San Antonio Spurs point guard Tony Parker have split up, a source close to the couple tells People Magazine.
"They did break up. It's amicable," the source says, adding, "They are talking and trying to figure the best course of action for their future. They are trying to work things out."
"It's distance and demanding careers and not living in same city," said the source. "It didn't happen yesterday. It's been going on for a while."
However, a source close to Parker told PEOPLE earlier Friday that Parker said rumors of a breakup were not true. Article here.
Dude runs naked downtown, wouldn't stop...
Police say Barry E. Hadden of Wausau didn't feel like stopping when they caught up with him over the weekend. That's because Hadden, 43, was running around downtown Wausau while nude, according to officers who arrested him.
Two women told authorities at about 2:55 a.m. Saturday that a man was running around naked, according to police reports. A bicycle patrol officer later caught up with Hadden, who was standing in the entryway of the Landmark building on Scott Street.
When the officer yelled, "Police, stop!," Hadden shouted back, "No, thanks!," and started running, according to the police report.
A police officer continued to chase Hadden, telling him he was about to be tackled. Hadden then replied, "That's OK, I'm fine!" Hadden eventually stopped running when he entered a parking lot on Jefferson Street.
He has been charged with obstructing an officer and publicly exposing his genitals. Hadden is out of jail on a $500 signature bond. Article here.
10 signs you're dating a High Maintenance Girl
Taken from: http://www.experienceproject.com:
Gentleman, too many of us fall prey to the High Maintenance Girl. And too many of us don't see the warning signs until it is, alas, too late and we have been reduced to snivelling, weak, insecure shells of our true, pre-High Maintenance Girl days.
Number 10: She wears hats (not baseball caps), especially of the wide-brimmed variety. Nothing screams Luvvy from Gilligan's Island like a damn hat-wearing girl.
Number 9: She ties a sweater around her waist. This one is controversial, but more often than not, a girl who tries to hide her big butt with an expensive sweater is high maintenance. See, what you don't know is that she spent at least 45 minutes adjusting that thing to look perfect. And what *she* doesn't know is that it just makes her ass look bigger by drawing attention to it and adding another couple inches.
Number 8: She loves to order wine with dinner. Listen, eating out is expensive enough, I don't need you to add another $36 for a couple ounces of liquid that you'll inevitably complain about. Truth: the happiest alcoholic moments in any guy's life have NEVER involved wine, so we obviously don't need it. The only reason we have it is to pretend to be sophisticated so high maintenance girls can like us. Lame. Super lame.
Number 7: You get dirty looks if your car isn't spotless, inside or out. In other words, she's embarrassed to ride with you based on the superficial aspects of your car. I'm a busy man and I park my car outside. Washing it today just gives the bird's a more satisfying target tomorrow. I'll wash it for special events or if I become a road hazard, but anything beyond that is a waste of either time or money, neither of which I have in copious amounts.
Number 6: She comments on what you're wearing-- when you thought what you were wearing was totally snazzy. I'm not talking about the guys who wear threadbare clothing or mismatch colors or whatever-- we need to be called out when we do things like that. I'm talking about you wearing a nicely pressed shirt that you're pretty convinced is cool, and she just crushes it with the ever-familiar "Um, what are you wearing?" or my personal favorite, "Where'd you get that shirt?"
Number 5: You're always late wherever you go, mostly because she takes six and a half frickin' hours to get ready, wherever you go. Worse yet, to you, she looks exactly the same at minute 15 as she does at minute 380. Now watch out, because this one turns passive aggressive quickly. Soon, you'll start to notice that she's *especially* late when you're supposed to go somewhere with your family or your friends. But tread with caution, because if you bring it up, you can expect a royal crushing since she'll get emotional and say 'How dare you! I'm just trying to look good for your friends and family because I want them to like me!' Lose-lose situations are so much fun!
Number 4: Everyone can get away with things, except for you. Her family treats her like crap? She's still their lapdog. Her friends totally stand her up? No biggie. But you, my dear friend, better *always* be *perfect*. If you ever bring this up, wear armor. She will say something about how she holds her boyfriend/husband to a higher standard and then you'll somehow look like a jackass even though you're right.
Number 3: You try to do something nice, and she totally misses the point and finds the one possible thing you didn't do right. Surprise her with breakfast in bed and she'll bitch you out for not making her favorite toast. Get her flowers and she'll make some comment about it being the wrong season for the ones you chose. I don't have to give any more examples, because the sinking feeling in your stomach is providing you with visceral reminders already.
Number 2: You have to constantly worry about her at social events. You can't just walk away and chat with some friends without making sure she knows where you are or comes with you. You're always concerned that she's not having a good time-- because she's not. She won't mix with anyone, and all of her conversations are superficial and your friend's all come away thinking she's cold and/or bitchy. You know the most demeaning part of this situation? You can't even go to the bathroom without telling her, lest she start looking for you and not find you for five minutes. You don't want that to happen as you'll get the royal bitch-out on the car ride home and she'll threaten to not come to events again. You secretly celebrate that option, but can't show it.
Number 1.5 (had to squeeze this one in there): She refuses to drink water that comes from a tap, even if its filtered. This not only demonstrates high levels of maintenance, it shows that she's basically an irrational idiot too.
Number 1: She rains on your parade. Not a drizzle either, but Noah's flood. If you're happy, your girl should be happy. If you're happy and instead your girl finds little snide remarks that on the surface seem supportive but over time actually dig at you, you have yourself a high maintenance girl. Want an example?
Guy: "Honey I got a raise"
Girl: "Great... now you'll never leave that job."
Guy: "Umm... thanks, I guess?"
Burglar chills out, does laundry, gets pizza
A burglar who made himself at home after a break-in overstayed his visit, police said. Larcellus Angelo Scott, 23, had ordered a pizza and was doing a load of laundry Wednesday when Denise Bealessio returned home from work.
Bealessio, 51, arrived just as the pizza did. She turned the delivery driver away and was met inside the door by Scott.
Scott attacked, but Bealessio was able to escape unharmed. A neighbor called police, who found Scott rummaging through Bealessio's purse. He had written one of Bealessio's checks to pay for the pizza.
He was arrested on suspicion of burglary, robbery and forgery and was being held Friday in Kern County Jail in lieu of $85,000 bail.
Scott used to live next door, Bealessio said. Article here.
Cop's son takes dad's car, pulls over motorists
The son of a Police Chief James Biederman and a friend were arrested Sunday after police said the two took Biederman's unmarked police car and began pulling over motorists.
Authorities said the 23-year-old man and an 18-year-old friend were using the car's siren and lights to pull over motorists and check their licenses. They both wore cargo pants and shirts with police logos. The chief's son even wore a gun belt with an air pistol that resembled a .40-caliber Glock, police said.
Their fun ended when they pulled over an off-duty St. Charles County sheriff's detective. Sheriff Tom Neer said that after the detective identified himself, they told him they were on special assignment with the Ballwin police department.
As the detective checked their story with his supervisor, the two men ran back to their car and drove off. The detective ran the license plate and saw that it belonged to Biederman, who lives nearby.
The detective identified the two when police went to the chief's address, where they were then arrested. They are expected to be charged with misdemeanor charges of impersonating a police officer. Article here.