August 31, 2007

Wedding Toast

Here's one of the better 'best man' toasts you'll ever see at a wedding . . .


High School Football Prank

This is classic . . . reminds me of my own glory days . . .

"HILLIARD, Ohio — A high school student who tricked football fans from a crosstown rival into holding up signs that together spelled out, “We Suck,” has been suspended for the prank, students said.

Kyle Garchar, a senior at Hilliard Davidson High School in suburban Columbus, said he spent about 20 hours over three days plotting the trick, which was captured on video and posted on the video-sharing website YouTube.

He was inspired by a similar prank pulled by Yale students in 2004, when Harvard fans were duped into holding up cards with the same message."

August 30, 2007

Russian Vodka Rifle

A Vodka bottle shaped like a Russian Kalashnikov Rifle!

Vodka Kalashnikov is based on a select recipe approved by Mikhail T. Kalashnikov, designer of the AK-47 Rifle. It was the first vodka ever to be created by combining salt, sugar, vanillin and glycerin.

Hillbillery Clinton - Celebrity Photoshop

Amazingly, the Clinton's real child, Chelsea, is even uglier than her parents.

August 29, 2007

Strange Google Map Sightings

Check out all the wierd things people have found with Google Map.

Surfing Glacier's

Alaskan glaciers have attracted more than the regular tourists and concerned climate scientists this summer — they’ve also brought some pioneering surfers. The surfers’ goal is to ride the swift, icy tsunamis that are launched by the falling ice in the pursuit of the biggest waves ever ridden. Some waves have reached over 30 feet.

Drunk & Humiliated

Next time drink at home . . . by yourself.

Beer Pong as a Business???

From today's Wall Street Journal article - A new wave of young people are trying to make money tapping into their peers' devotion to beer pong, a cross between ping-pong and beer chugging. The market appears to be expanding as fans continue playing post-college. Check out the video below for more info about how entrepreneurs are trying to cash in on this classic drinking game.

August 28, 2007

Face Transformer

Transform your face using Perception Laboratory's Face Transformer . . . below is me transformed into an 'ape-man.'

Men vs. Women

A brief diagram highlighting a major difference between males and females:

Landscaping Madness

Comic Pick


Oval Tree House

Free Spirit Spheres build lovely, spherical wooden treehouses that you enter via a suspension bridge. The photo-gallery documents the construction and installation of "Eryn," a five-windowed spherical tree-dwelling with an electric kitchen, sleeping area, and living area.

Frogs Can Fly!!!

Thanks to two Russian scientists, frogs can now fly. So what about cats, and squirrels and even Lhamas?

STOP Animal Cruelty

Please stop dressing dogs up in costumes. Pleeeeaase.

'Single House' Concept

The “Single Hauz” concept house by Poland’s Front Architects. Cool enough - till that tidal wave hits!!!


Video of hurdler tripping and falling face first into a hurdle . . . ouch!!! No sound needed.

'The Cappuccino Coast'

Yesterday, the shoreline north of Sydney, Australia was transformed into what reporters are calling ‘The Cappuccino Coast’.

Scientists explain that the foam is created by impurities in the ocean, such as salts, chemicals, dead plants, decomposed fish and excretions from seaweed. These elements are churned together by powerful currents which cause the water to form bubbles. These bubbles stick to each other as they are carried below the surface by the current towards the shore and as a wave starts to form on the surface, the motion of the water causes the bubbles to swirl upwards, mass together and form foam.

The foam wall stretched for 30 miles out into the Pacific in a phenomenon not seen at the beach for more than three decades.

August 27, 2007

Karl Rove's Father . . .

Louis Rove, the man identified as the adoptive father of former Deputy White House Chief of Staff Karl Rove, apparently lived the latter part of his life as an out gay man who was deeply involved in body piercing culture.

Why didn't this come out earlier? This would have made a great anti-Bush advertisement.

8 Year Old Runs Across China

Zhang Huimin, an 8-year-old Chinese girl has completed her quest running from her homeland Hainan to Beijing, the capital city of China on August 26.

Zhang started her journey in early July and took 55 days to complete 3558km of running. Her father accompanied her all the way on a bicycle.

Walrus Penis Envy

Peter Wiggins, of I.M. Chait gallery, puts the ancient fossilized walrus penis on display in Beverly Hills, Calif., Thursday. The gallery auctioned off the fossil for $8,000 Sunday, well below the expected price.

Apparently, the winning bidder was the owner of 'Ripley's Believe It or Not Museums.' Nice.

7 Wonders of the World - 360

Copy and paste the link below to view 360 degree panoramic views of all 7 Wonder's of the World . . . high quality photos.

iPood Parody

Looking for a cool baby gift . . . iPood t-shirt

Miss Teen USA Highlight

In case you missed it this weekend - Miss Teen USA opened our hearts and our minds to the troubles overseas . . . Miss South Carolina put it best:

Paper Boat

Artist Frank Boelter got this idea when fiddling with an empty milk carton at breakfast: to make and sail a gigantic paper boat made with "Tetrapack," the material used for packaging milk . . .

The boat is 30 feet long, weighs 55 pounds, uses a 170-square-metre piece of Tetrapack paper, and took only two hours to construct. Boelter said it will survive forty days before it disintegrates into a wet, sinking mass.

TV Aquarium

What a great way to recycle grandma's old Zenith.

August 24, 2007

Celebrating Barry Bonds

SF fans celebrated Barry's 756th record-setting homerun at Justin Herman PLaza this afternoon. Let's all pay our respects to one of the greatest baseball players of all-time - Barry Lamar Bonds.


Artist: Tara Donovan

Take a look at Tara Donovan’s artwork: large sculptures made from everyday objects like plastic drinking straws, hot-glued styrofoam cups (above), paper plates, and pencils

Styrofoam Cups . . .

Buttons and glue . . .

Toothpicks held together by only gravity and friction . . .

The Lizard Man

Born Eric Sprague in 1972, the Lizardman was one of the first people to have a split tongue and in some circles is seen to be wholly responsible for the recent popularity of this particular modification. pretty much all of his body is covered in green scale tattoos, his teeth have been filed down to sharp points and he has numerous silicon implants in his head. Sssssssssuper!

Nosey Nostril's

With a name like ‘Unstoppable’ you’d be stupid to give up on the modifications after a couple of earrings. This guy has surely the largest nostrils in the western world (30mm wide) plus a huge array of other ‘body mods’ to his name including scars cut into his cheeks and forehead, a split tongue, domes implanted under the skin of his forehead and many many more . . . that nose thing is absolutely nuts. We really need to take this meth epidemic seriously - look what it's doing to our kids.


Holy sh*t!!! Kala Kawai has 67 piercings and 75 % of his body is tattooed so it’s a good job he chose a career in body modification, running his own studio in Hawaii. He has stretched the holes in his earlobes to 4 inches, inserted various silicon implants on his head, can screw metal spikes into the top of his skull (???), has a split tongue and generally looks extremely frightening. Also worth bearing in mind is that he split his own tongue using dental floss and did all his own piercings. Freak!!!