Thursday, April 26, 2007

Baby burger? I can’t decide, funny? Or just creepy?

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86 computers setup like dominos, then knocked down

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America isn't really that great at having sex

How does America rank sexually? Not high according to a global sex survey conducted by Durex condoms. In a country that's practically made porn a national pastime, and where releasing a highly embarrassing, "stolen" sex tape is the key to fame and fortune, the U.S. came in a dismal 23 out of 26 countries - beating out only Japan, Hong Kong and Nigeria.

On average we have sex just 85 times per year, way lower than the global average of 103 times. And when we do, we average 18 minutes per session. Not surprisingly, less than half of Americans (48%) are satisfied with their sex lives. via


• The least sexually satisfied people in the world are those in the Asia Pacific at 35%

• The most satisfied? Africans at 66%.

People having the most sex - Greeks at 164 times per year, followed by Brazilians at 145 times.

Africans spend the most time per session at 24 minutes, and Western Europeans spend the least time, 17 minutes.

• The age group most likely to achieve orgasm comes in at those aged 65 and over. Which is why grandma is always smiling.

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Just driving home some groceries...

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This chick really scares me -- no really, she's scary.

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7-year-old finds a condom in her McDonald's Happy Meal

A seven-year-old girl whose free toy in her McDonald's meal turned out to be a condom would probably not get a lot of fun out of it.

Suzanne and Rowan Hatch of Wellington in New Zealand, discovered the condom in the Happy Meal of their granddaughter Maia Whitaker on Tuesday night, the Dominion Post newspaper reported.

Mr Hatch said his wife looked in the small sports bag which came with the meal and was aghast to find a green Durex condom and its packet. "I was pretty horrified really, the fact my granddaughter was going to look in the bag and find this thing. It would be difficult to explain, she's only seven."

Staff at the McDonald's swapped the meal for a hamburger and a pencil case. McDonald's spokeswoman Joanna Redfern-Hardisty said inquiries had revealed that, because of the popularity of the previous Happy Meal gift which had sold out at that outlet, pre-packaged sports bags were substituted as children's gifts. One was left unsealed for display purposes and "somehow" it had ended up with the customer. Article here.

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Little kid tries to sing Fergie's, 'My Humps'

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Check it out, it’s the Wii Remote cross-walk!

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I couldn't take my eyes off that sweet-ass stuffed animal collection

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19-year-old is going to graduate college in one year.

A 19-year-old suburban-Detroit resident is on track to graduate from The University of Michigan after just a year of study.

Nicole Matisse, of Bloomfield Hills, is to officially graduate in the summer with a bachelor's degree in psychology. As a student at Lahser High School, Matisse had exhausted the curriculum by her junior year. Between the exams she passed on eight advanced placement courses and the eight classes she took at Oakland Community College, she had amassed enough credits to enter the university last fall as a junior.

"When I got to University of Michigan, I only took 19 credits, and I was bored and craved more credits," she told The Detroit News for a Wednesday story. "So even when I took 27 credits this semester, I felt I could have added even more." Article here.

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This 7-year-old could probably kick your ass.

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...you gotta make the best of the situation.

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Sanjaya on David Letterman's Top 10

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Americans have become conditioned...

via http://www.lewrockwell.com/paul/paul383.html:

The Virginia Tech tragedy may not lead directly to more gun control, but I fear it will lead to more people control. Thanks to our media and many government officials, Americans have become conditioned to view the state as our protector and the solution to every problem. Whenever something terrible happens, especially when it becomes a national news story, people reflexively demand that government do something. This impulse almost always leads to bad laws and the loss of liberty. It is completely at odds with the best American traditions of self-reliance and rugged individualism.

Continue reading here.

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Donald Trump says 'good riddance' to Rosie

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Drunk dude crashes into police station

Police in Philadelphia didn't have very far to go to get their man, he came to them. The 22-year-old motorist was reportedly arguing with a woman in another car yesterday when he lost control of his car, ran up onto a sidewalk and crashed into a police station.

Philadelphia police say the district station and detectives headquarters had some bricks knocked loose, but is structurally sound. The crasher has been charged with driving under the influence. Article here.

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Anyone have the number to 'AAA' ?

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Wicked good ping-pong dudes 'show off' their skills

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Dude goes to jail for spilling then stealing a Coke

Eric Overstreet went into the Mystik Stop & Shop, paid for a fountain drink and poured it into a cup. He ended up mopping the floor — and then going to jail — as first he spilled the drink, then a second and a third.

"He clearly appeared to be under the influence of something other than good sense," Chief Assistant District Attorney Nicki Patterson said.

Overstreet, who at one point put a yellow "Wet Floor" warning sign out as he mopped and mopped, was chased down by a clerk when he grabbed another soft drink and left without paying for it. The soda saga, which occurred last September and was reported Wednesday by the Press-Register, led to Overstreet pleading guilty last week to a reduced charge of third-degree theft.

He was given a one-year suspended sentence and ordered to stay out of the Mystik Stop & Shop. Court officials also said he was reminded by Circuit Judge Rick Stout that he had spent time in jail "over a Coke." Stout said he hoped the Coke was good. Overstreet responded: "I should've had a V-8." Article here.

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