In the news, a Minnesota woman pled guilty to shoplifting a mink coat by sticking it inside her panties, between her legs. The store employee called police when they noticed she was acting suspiciously. (maybe because the lady was trying to walk with a mink coat shoved up her HOO HAW.) Finding the coat hanger in her car, yet unable to find the actual coat, the police hauled her off to jail, where she kept it hidden between her legs for THREE DAYS. Seriously? How is that even possible to not notice someone is hiding a MINK COAT BETWEEN THEIR LEGS FOR THREE DAYS? Never mind. I don't want to know.
Remember that creepy dude on "Lost" that played the DHARMA leader? Yeah, the 51 year old guy? He just MARRIED a 16 year old girl who is an aspiring Country Singer. DHARMA guy addresses the age difference to the public by saying, "We're aware that our vast age difference is extremely controversial, but we're very much in love and want to get the message out there that true love can be ageless."
Spoken like a true pedophile. What? (he looks totally creepy in that wedding photo)
According to Radar Online, the girl's mother fully approves of the relationship and marriage. She says...
Oh I'm sure she was a virgin when she got married. *shakes head no* And she looks real "natural" too. Anyone else creeped out by the fact that the mother is telling the press her underage daughter's breasts are real? I guess that's not a big deal compared to letting your 16 year old daughter marry a FIFTY-ONE year old. SMH
And what did her father (age 47) have to say about this? He says, "Doug (the groom) is one of the nicest guys I ever met. Every father can only pray to have such a man behind their daughter."
Folks, the jokes are just writing themselves.
Today's WTF is brought to you by Al Yankovich. Now I love the man and love his parodies, but his face digitally put on a woman's body is just FREAKY.
And that's all the time I have for today. For a little bit of mischief, switch around all the names on the food containers in the employee fridge and wait for chaos to ensue. Until tomorrow, take care of yourselves, and one last thing...
When Gene Kelly filmed the famous dance sequence from Singin' in the Rain, he was actually singin' in the milk!
With the filming technology at the time, it was very difficult to capture small, clear droplets of rain on camera. To get around this, the filmmakers added milk to the mixture, making it more easily visible. Some other interesting facts about Singin' in the Rain:
-About $160,000 was spent on costuming. -Debbie Reynolds' singing ability was somewhat limited. In the scene where Debbie Reynolds' character Kathy is dubbing over the voice of Jean Hagen's character Lina Lamont, Hagen is actually dubbing over Reynolds! -As we stated in a previous fact (http://www.omg-facts.com/view/Facts/33713), Gene Kelly had a fever of 103 degrees when filming the famous dance sequence.