Teatastic Tuesday to you all, my little gingersnaps. In the news, a woman has an overabundance of breast milk stocked in her freezer. She & her husband are moving out of town, and are unable to donate it, so the husband has decided to go on a breastmilk-only diet and blog about how he's feeling. (kind of like the 30-day McDonalds diet "Supersize Me" only, much, much creepier.) He aims to consume 2000 calories/day, which means he needs to drink 66 ounces of breast milk daily.
Hey, I'm one of those who agrees breast milk is "liquid gold" and I breastfed my only biological child, but you could not pay me to taste my own or someone else's breast milk. Ewwwwwww. So you tell me... would you go on this diet if you could?
Apparently last night on Dancing with the Stars (Stars? Really?), Nancy Grace had a wardrobe malfunction and exposed some nip. If only I was talking about cat nip. Thankfully I have not seen any video or pictures of this nip slip, because I'm pretty sure this is something NO ONE wants to see. You are welcome for not seeking out and showing you the footage that I'm sure is already on the internet.
Ladies and gents, it is a sad day in history. The creator of Doritos has died at the age of 97. His daughter announced the family plan to scatter doritos with his ashes. They will use his 3 favorite flavors "Original", "Cool Ranch" and "Nacho". Hmmm... I wonder if the attendees of the funeral get free Doritos. Cause I might find some free space in my schedule for some Nacho Doritos. What?
And now, for today's FAIL, which I think is self-explanatory.
And today's WIN. I think they should actually implement these choices in Facebook under people's comments. I'd *stare creepily* at as many people as I could.
Hey, WTF??!! I always heard Firemen had a soft spot for rescuing kitties.
And that's all the time I have for today. Speaking of, I've got some packing to do so I can rescue a kitty myself. Confused? It will all make more sense tomorrow when I officially claim my status as "Crazy Cat Lady". Until then, here is perhaps an option for overwhelmed parents. I'll send you mine if you send me yours. Nevermind, I don't want yours, but I'll send you mine. (if you're my social worker, I'm kidding... I'd never send my kids in the mail... I'd teach them how to hitchhike.)
When domestic parcel post service was introduced in the United States in 1913, Americans were finally able to send packages across the country at an affordable rate. Early on, some people chose to abuse this new service. At least two people sent their stamp-covered children through the mail before the Postmaster General was able to issue new regulations banning the practice. The National Postal Museum still has this humorous picture on display to note those more turbulent times in USPS history.