Monday, July 11, 2011

Jail Porn

Moronic Monday to you all, my little gingersnaps. Any special events over this weekend??? Me, I sent my oldest to his first ever sleep-away camp in Central CA. I'm holding up ok. I only did the ugly cry once. Ok twice. And I'm the freakish mom who will make sure he has mail daily from me. Even fresh-baked cookies half-way through.

In other news, a jail inmate is suing because he feels the lack of porn available to him in jail constitutes to cruel and unusual punishment and violates his constitutional right. I don't remember that part of the Constitution where they said all men were created equal and had a right to porn. I'd love to see this case thrown out in court and see this guy backhanded by a judge who has the cajones to remind him HE'S IN JAIL, but somehow I think this guy just might have a chance of winning his case.




Source: news.sympatico.ca
Thanks Carolyn!


Since we have no real celebrity news, we'll have real news twice. In Pennsylvania, a restaurant has banned kids under 6. I for one, applaud this news. Yes I have a child currently under the age of 6, but I've had many dinners ruined by kids whose parents thought they were as entertaining to everyone else as they were to the parents. Not so. In fact, I can easily take my three kids to Ruths Chris for a nice steak dinner, with no inappropriate outbursts. That might be because they fear being whipped and locked in a closet afterwards, but that's just speculation. I kid, I kid... I do not own a whip. Just duct tape.



Source: foxnews



In celebrity news, Megan Fox takes a series of pictures to prove to us she hasn't taken Botox and her forehead muscles move just like a normal persons. Uh, Megan? We don't really care. At least I don't.

Megan Fox Is Out To Prove She's Botox Free


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Megan Fox caused quite a stir when she showed up to the 2009 premiere of Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen with a noticeably swollen face.

Since then, Fox has grown tired of the criticism she's been getting on her "cosmetically altered" face, so the sexy 25-year-old actress took to her Facebook and uploaded some photos with the album caption, “Things you can’t do with your face when you have Botox”.

In the pics, the sexy star furrows her brows and points out naturally occurring lines in her forehead when she raises her eyebrows -- things that cannot be done if you've got Botox ... right?

In an interview with Allure magazine last year, the Passion Play star adamantly denied she's had her lips filled in. Fox confessed:

    "My lips are my lips. I would encourage anyone to first speak with a therapist, to try and figure out where this want comes from, because a lot of times it’s not related to your teeth or your nose or your chin - the surgery is not going to alleviate that insecurity for you."


Who is planning on seeing Harry Potter and the midnight release on Thursday night??! (I am!) In the meantime, this video is a hilarious view of the Hogwarts houses, specifically Hufflepuff.







Now it's time for a daily FAIL. Not only is the puking guy hilarious, but don't miss the expression of the guy seated next to him.



epic fail photos - Enjoying the Ride FAIL
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And now, a "unfriendable" Facebook special, which is something I'm sure my brother would reply to me, if he was on Facebook...



funny facebook fails - No Sympathy from Her Brother
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Hey, WTF??!!! Even mannequins think they're uncomfortable!






And because I love you guys, a special WTF Double Feature... the throne I think we all wish we had....






And that's all the time I have for today. Figure out your goals for the week and find out the easiest way to accomplish them, stepping on the toes of as many as you can. I mean, do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Until tomorrow then... just say NO...

The drug heroin got its name from the Greek word for hero.



"Heroin" is derived from the Greek “heros”, the same word that the words “hero” and “heroine” come from. The original Greek word referred to characters in Greek folklore who were demigods (half-god, half-human). It’s unknown why the Bayer company decided to name their drug this, though perhaps it comes from the drug's euphoric effect that can make its users feel superhuman.

When heroin was first produced by the Bayer Company in Germany in 1895 the drug was marketed as a safe, nonaddictive alternative to morphine. Free samples of heroin were offered to recovering morphine addicts. It turns out that heroin is actually even more potent than morphine. The sale of the drug was finally banned in the U.S. in 1923, and its possession and manufacture were banned in 1924.




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1 comment:

  1. ROTFL! Every entry is a winner! Thanks for the midnight giggles!

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