Monday, August 20, 2007

Let’s meet at... what -- what did you say?


[semi-sorta funny] this guy really does not like big boobies

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Buying new jeans, check out your ass with the 'butt cam'.

Worried that new pair of high-fashion jeans may just make your butt look fat? Now shoppers in one upscale Scottsdale store can check it out for themselves before someone else makes the observation — using the Butt Cam, a camera positioned just so that's connected to a video screen on a dressing room wall.

The cameras at Hub Clothing illustrate what many already know — the most important test of a great pair of jeans is how they look from behind. "It gives you a perspective that you can't find any other way."

Hub co-owner Tom Simon, a 30-year veteran of the retail industry, came up with the Butt Cam after watching customers twist and turn in front of mirrors to check out their derrieres. The setup also allows Hub employees to display views of their more confident shoppers on flat-screen TVs behind the cash registers for all to see. » Article here


Holla back -- and go to church.


[family guy] the most disturbing moments ever


'Swinging' is a huge industry, millions made each year

Matt Virtue, who works as a consultant at a Washington law firm, says he spends more than $10,000 a year to attend conventions, hotels and clubs where he and his girlfriend can have sex with other partners.

"Any other hobby that I was into at 40 years old is going to cost me $10,000," he said from a hot tub he was sharing with his girlfriend and a couple with whom they had been intimate the night before. "Dude, I'm addicted to it, there is no doubt about it."

Such enthusiasm has turned what were once private passions into a multimillion dollar business. Lifestyles Organization, the nation's largest swinger services company, has annual sales of about $15 million. » Read the full article here


'A girl sent this to me after i met her at a party. I think I'm going to try and go after her.'


Hurricane 'Dean' viewed from space

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Overheard on the streets of New York:

College guy #1: So I was hooking up with her--
College guy #2: --Dude, she's kinda...
College guy #1: She's not that fat! She's average! I mean, she doesn't outweigh me or anything.
College guy #2: Dude, if you have to convince yourself that she's not fat, she's too fat.
-American Eagle, Union Square

Lady: Stop it!
Rambunctious toddler: You shouldn't even be on this train!
Lady: Why?
Rambunctious toddler: Because I'll poop in your hair!
Lady: Poop in my hair? I'll poop in your mouth!
-N train, Queensboro Plaza

Girl #1: I am not a slut! You're the slut in this friendship! We agreed on this!
Girl #2: Okay, fine, you're not a slut... But you were straddling him.
-E train

Chick #1: So, just out of curiosity, this new girl he's seeing -- is she she cute?
Chick #2: She's okay, but I think she sort of looks like a Muppet.
Chick #1: Really? Well, that can go either way... She can be an ugly Muppet or a cute Muppet.

Dude: Who would win in a fight, Pinhead or Predator?
Chick: Definitely Predator.
Dude: But wait -- is pinhead real?

Drunk chick: Oh my god! Is AOL 'America online'?
Friend: Ummm, yes.
Drunk chick: Holy crap!
Friend: What did you think it was?
Drunk chick: Who the fuck are you? And why do you want to sell me something, you dirty sloot?
Friend: I'm your friend, and you're drunk.
Drunk chick: I am as sober as a cow.
Friend: What the hell?
Drunk chick: What does AOL stand for?
-Grand Central



This dude makes art by just nailing into the wall.

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Talk about a 'knock-out' punch. Damn.

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Couple tried to name baby '@'. No really.

A Chinese couple tried to name their baby "@," claiming the character used in e-mail addresses echoed their love for the child, an official trying to whip the national language into line said Thursday.

The unusual name stands out especially in Chinese, which has no alphabet and instead uses tens of thousands of multi-stroke characters to represent words.

"The whole world uses it to write e-mail, and translated into Chinese it means 'love him'," the father explained, according to the deputy chief of the State Language Commission Li Yuming.

While "@" is familiar to Chinese e-mail users, they often use the English word "at" to sound it out -- which with a drawn out "T" sounds something like "ai ta," or "love him," to Mandarin speakers. » Full article here


Wow. Watch this deer jump this bike. Close call.

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8-year-old afraid of hurricanes tries to ride bike to Ohio

An 8-year-old girl who recently moved to Florida caused a panic when she tried to ride back home to Ohio on her bicycle out of fear of hurricanes.

A sheriff's helicopter, search dogs and neighbors found the girl after an hour-long search Wednesday night. "It is amusing but at the same time sad," DeLand police Deputy Chief Randel Henderson said.

According to a police report, Heather Snoke told investigators "that she was headed back to Columbus Ohio, because she was afraid of hurricanes and that was her home." » Read the full article here