Friday, June 24, 2011

Step Away From The Ring!

Fart-Filled Friday to you all, my little gingersnaps! The weekend is upon us!! Any special plans for the weekend? Go ahead, you can tell me.


In the news, a peeping tom hid in a porta-potty at a yoga festival to get his kicks off women with their pants down. Thing is, he was hiding in the TANK BELOW. You know, where all the human waste falls down. On. His. Head. #sicknast Imagine the one lady's surprise when she went to go tinklies and looked down to find a man looking back up at her under the toilet seat. After the woman complained, the security supervisor says the man emerged from the toilet and "slipped away". Yeah, because really, who is paid well enough to tackle a man covered in human waste? Apparently not that security supervisor.




Source: apnews




J.K. Rowling has announced the new site Pottermore which is supposed to be a place for Harry Potter fans of all ages and the only place the Harry Potter ebooks and audiobooks can be purchased digitally. Check it out...








Have you ever perused the jewelry store wishing the jewelry could pull double duty as fashion AND a weapon? Yeah, me neither. But just in case you have, there is now the Pepper Spray Ring! Just make sure you don't accidentally activate it if you're getting snuggly with your date. Pepper Spray into the face is a guaranteed mood killer.



Source: hippproducts



And now it's time for... DAMN YOU AUTOCORRECT!!!






Hey, WTF??!! At least the dog looks comfy.






And that's all the time I have for today. Have a razzle dazzle weekend, and I'll be back bright eyed and bushy tailed on Monday. Or at the very least bleary eyed and tail-free, but I'll be back. Until then, don't forget to feed your pandas.

The average giant panda eats for 12 hours a day!



And it's usually nothing but bamboo for the whole 12 hours! Bamboo isn't very nutritious, so they have to eat a lot of it to stay alive, about 84 pounds every day. Pandas also travel around a lot; an individual panda's home range typically spans 1.9 square miles. That's a lot of ground to cover. If the bamboo isn't plentiful, that range can get even larger. Also, when facing bamboo shortages, pandas have been known to eat grass, fruit, insects, dead animals, and even live rodents.

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