Friday, February 02, 2007

This is sure to make you chuckle.

The Tony Danza <-- funniest thing you'll read all day

The Tony Danza is the act of, while intercourse, asking your female partner "Who's the Boss?" and when she responds "You are!", you punch her in the face and say "Wrong bitch! Tony Danzas the boss!".

If your partner has the initial response of "Tony Danza!" when asked who the Boss is, it is recommended to slap her in the face and tell her that you are in fact the boss. It is also recommended to break up with her soon after as she may either have many STD's or be crazy. Source.

Help! Get me outta here!

Woman finds a razor blade in McDonalds breakfast

Authorities said a woman claims she found a razor blade in her McDonald's breakfast sandwich early Wednesday.

The woman was not injured but said she ordered the sausage, egg and cheese McMuffin in the drive-thru of a McDonald's in Bradenton. A police report said she claims she found the blade in the sandwich's eggs after biting into it at work.

A manager at the store told authorities that the restaurant uses razor blades, but it was unclear if they were the same type the woman claims she found. It was also unclear what the blades were used for. The manager told authorities that the only way she could see the incident happening was if someone had placed an object above the cooking area and it fell in accidentally.

Restaurant owner Cynthia Kennedy said in a statement that the public should be wary of making assumptions about the incident without more information. She said through a spokeswoman that she does not know why loose razor blades would be in the restaurant. Article here.

Perfect Dating = this dude is hilarious

thanks trent

Alaska Man Rides Mower To Virginia

Paul Woods admits he's "pretty weird." He's driving a riding mower across the country, with his dog Yoda along for the ride. Woods said he left Alaska in 2005 and is bound for Virginia, where his late mother left him a house.

The Herald Journal of Logan, Utah, caught up with Woods about 100 miles north of Salt Lake City.

In theory, the mower can do about 15 miles per hour, but Woods said he's loaded down with tools, snacks, and his dog. Woods adds that he spends more time fixing the thing than riding it. Article here.

Dude... you just dropped a $3.5 million yacht.

A Sunseeker Predator 72' was being loaded in England for delivery to the US. Very sad sight. Dropped from 100'. Imagine waiting all that time...

Juggling home and work...

The Wall Street Journal has a new blog about juggling home and work. That's the kind of phrase people who are committed to their careers don't use. They're not like balls in the air. There's no juggling involved. I think of it more like fishing. The job is the river. The family are the fish. You stand in the river. And sometimes you catch a fish. Sometimes you're too busy swimming to put the rod in the water. Sometimes you put the rod in, but it's two in the morning and all the fish are sleeping. Sometimes you catch a fish but he starts crying so you throw him back. Sometimes you and the fish spend a lovely day together, but after too much time with you, the fish starts to suffocate, so you have to throw him back for his own good and go back to what you were doing before, just wading in the river, without the fish. Sometimes there's an oil spill, and the fish get all messed up, and you feel bad about it, but there really isn't anything you can do. They're just the fish. What's really important is saving the river. Sometimes the river overflows and destroys the houses on the banks. That's a tragedy, but sometimes it happens. The river gets bigger. You have more water you have to manage. And sometimes, if you're not really capable enough, you drown. And the fish eat your bones. The analogy falls apart at the end, but you get my point.


Happy Friday! Enjoy this classic movie clip:

Beyonce voted as 'top fantasy girlfriend'

She may have missed out on an Oscar nomination, but Beyoncé Knowles is the No. 1 fantasy girlfriend, according to’s Top 99 Most Desirable Women of 2007.

The 25-year-old singer-actress tops the Web site’s list ranking the “most alluring” female celebrities as determined by its readers and staff. Voters were asked to consider qualities beyond sex appeal and beauty, such as “intelligence, humor, charisma and ambition,” according to the site. More than 8.5 million votes were cast, the Web site says.

Knowles, currently co-starring in “Dreamgirls,” was followed by screen sirens Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Alba, supermodel Adriana Lima and actress Jessica Biel. Rounding out the top 10 were model Alessandra Ambrosio, singer Shakira, TV host Maria Menounos and actresses Angelina Jolie and Elisha Cuthbert. Article here.

There’s something erotic about two llamas kissing, j/k

Iowa students can get laundry eMail alerts

Ding! Time to throw your drawers in the dryer. That's the message University of Iowa students can now receive by e-mail. Thanks to software installed along with new high-efficiency washers last fall, the school's dormitory residents can receive e-mail alerts when their laundry cycles have finished.

The school also has a new Web-based service, called LaundryView, that lets residents look online for open washers and dryers. "We're hoping with the notification that your clothes are done, people will get down there and remove their clothes more quickly," said Kate Fitzgerald, the assistant director for Iowa's residence life.

The school paid for the $13,000 annual software fee in part by raising the cost of a load of laundry by about 50 cents, according to Fitzgerald. The company, LaundryView Monitoring Service, has been providing the software to colleges and universities since 2004. Article here.

I’m guessing his head was hurting in the morning.

4 out of 5 people in the world think models are 'too thin'

Female fashion models and many celebrities are "too thin," say four in every five consumers from around the world, a new survey showed on Thursday.

A week before the start of the annual fashion season, trend tracker The Nielsen Company revealed what 25,000 people in 45 countries said about the body size of women strutting the world's catwalks and red carpets.

"An overwhelming 81 percent of online consumers agree that female fashion models and celebrities are too thin," ACNielsen Europe's President Patrick Dodd said in a news release.

The findings follow a worldwide outcry over the fashion industry's promotion of the stick-thin images which critics say contribute to eating disorders in young women. Article here.