Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Brains... brains...

Woozy Wednesday to you all, my little gingersnaps. I've got a great idea. Let's take someone who's been dead for 13 years, and digitally make them look like they would've if they'd still been alive. Oh and let's photoshop them into a picture with someone who is alive now and make a fake scene. And then we can call it the Creepiest Magazine Cover Ever. Oh look how Kate is smiling while looking at Zombie Diana. Newsweek you just creeped me out. And probably Kate too.

Source: latimesblogs

Emma Watson just revealed that for the first two years of filming the Harry Potter movies, she had a huge crush on Tom Felton. I don't blame you, Emma. He's dreamy. Though not as dreamy as Rupert Grint, of course.

Source: people

My mother always thought I was born with the most musical talent of the kids, (and ironically born with the least interest in doing anything musical) so she forced me to take years of music lessons (piano, saxophone, flute, voice). Needless to say my reaction now to a Metronome is very similar to Snooky's.

Speaking of parents, my dad and I recently had a texting conversation where he was trying to convince me to leave Los Angeles and move back to Florida (not gonna happen). Anyway, I ended up with my very own Parents Shouldn't Text. And yes, my dad is not what you would call... politically correct. SMH

It really is a shame these ever went out of style. Ok not really.

fashion fail - Quality Rappers-Man
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Hey, WTF??!! I really only would've been impressed if he was also wearing a pocket protector.

wtf photos videos - Now That's a Man
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If you happen to have 0% body fat and are a fan of skeletons, I've got the perfect wedding dress for you. Boy that model looks unhappy. Probably because she's hungry.

funny wedding photos - givenchy - Pretty or Not: Anatomically Correct
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And that's all the time I have for you today. They say hard work never killed anyone, but I think they are lying. So cut corners today whenever you can. Oh, and one last thing...

A wasabi-based smoke alarm has been developed for deaf people!

Since a traditional alarm obviously would not be able to be heard by a deaf person, the Japanese have created a smoke alarm that targets the sense of smell! In the presence of smoke, this unorthodox safety device releases a chemical called allyl isothiocyanate into the air. This chemcial compound is what gives condiments such as wasabi, mustard, and horseradish their strong taste and smell. In subject tests, the device managed to wake up nearly all sleeping individuals within two and a half minutes! The design was later tweaked to wake people up without causing a burning sensation in their eyes.



  1. What the hell is on that guys head? Cheese? Lol Your text was

  2. Dear Newsweek...Ew. Creepy. Ew. What is wrong with you? What were you thinking? Ew.

    Also, I'm changing Snooky's name to Flinchy.