When I see lovers’ names carved in a tree, I don’t think it’s cute. I think it’s crazy how many people bring knives on a date.



Donald Trump piñatas are getting popular.


Dog stole my heart.


There was a time when humans ate robins.


Is this really necessary? I don’t recall cows being overly picky about their mates.









A huge walrus sleeping on the hatch of a Russian submarine, blocking the crew from exiting.





Good to keep things nice and secure.


Can you say “white trash”?


I can’t imagine falling in love with someone like this, even if the facial disfiguring isn’t a permanent tattoo. It simply does not appeal to me.


Most sources report that sagging pants began in the prison system. Belts are not allowed to be worn, due to the fact that they can be used as weapons or as a means to suicide. This resulted in the ill-fitting generic pants, too large to stay up on their own, to ride low on prisoner’s hips. Hip-hop artists adopted this look in the 90s (because you’re not cool, if you don’t do time, right?), and it quickly became popular among the youth. The most disturbing myth of the origin of saggy pants also comes from the prison system, and raises even more serious questions about why you’d want to emulate this trend. Sagging was said to be a symbol that the sagger was sexually available to other prisoners, or alternatively, already taken by another inmate. While several sources claim this to be true, others (like Snopes) tells us this is just a nasty rumor.





Whatta you think, girls? Sexy or not?





An historic first all female spacewalk had been planned for Friday, but it was canceled. Because the geniuses in charge hadn’t sent enough of the correct size spacesuits to the ISS. I would think it would be simple: just send a correct size of suit with each and every astronaut when they go to the station.


The third most powerful meteor explosion ever recorded occurred in December, but no human was fortunate enough to witness it first hand.


Geologist Harrison Schmitt, pilot of the Apollo 17 Lunar Module. Apollo 17 was the final Apollo moon mission.


I’ve seen this several times, lately, but don’t know what the big deal is. The actual key is still in one piece, just turn it with pliers, or glue the plastic back on. Good as new.


Dude found this note and $25 in an envelope with a parking ticket on his truck. So there are still good people in this world.



I think it’s  sort of cool looking. One thing, though: isn’t a VW engine in the back? That would kind of defeat the purpose of the conversion. The picture does seem to show it up against the front of the box, though.


No, no, NO! Why do people do these things? Besides looking bad, those wheel covers on the front fenders could serve no actual purpose, besides making the owner look foolish. Not a big fan of the headlights, either.


“The one story from Sunday School that sticks in my head is the story of the baby Jesus having no crib for a bed. How sad is that? Correct me if I’m wrong but this Joseph guy — he was a carpenter, wasn’t he?”


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