Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Fisher King

Winter (is coming) Wednesday to you all, my little gingersnaps. In the news, a Utah man robbed a bank and was later captured after a officers were able to follow his footsteps in the snow.

He totally would've gotten away with it if it wasn't for those pesky kids and their dumb dog too.

epic fail  - Probably Bad News: Someone Needs To Catch Up On His Scooby Doo
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In celebrity news, Heather Locklear's rep confirmed that Heather and Jack Wagner have called off their engagement. What? Will there be no happily ever Melrose after all? I just want to know which one of them gets custody of the plastic surgeon?

Source: huffingtonpost

Are you wondering what to get the folks who have everything, this Christmas? Well wonder no more! The classy folks at have introduced the Peeing Santa Liquor Dispenser. Though I think it would be more fun to fill it with lemonade.

Peeing Santa Liquor Dispenser

The Peeing Santa liquor dispenser may be one of the best gifts to give this holiday season.

Santa Claus makes everything so much more festive and joyous, even when he’s pouring Liquor for you! Well, he sure has a weird way of helping you to a little drink. He never stops delivering gifts to you with an overly generous helping hand. When you feel the spirit of the season, call on Santa. When you’re feeling like a scrooge, call on Santa. When you just need something truly bizarre in your life, call on Santa. The only thing that’s gonna be lying under the tree this year is you.

And now for today's FAIL!!! Though I can't imagine why this store would be going out of business.

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And for today's WIN! If only all movie critics could be like this.

epic win photos - Movie Review WIN
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Hey, WTF?! I... uh... um.... sorry, I got nothing.

wtf photos videos - Oh, Grampa
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And that's all the time I have for today. Grab yourselves a pair of goldfish earrings and cover your tracks in the snow until tomorrow. Oh and one more thing...

Not only is the word OMG in the dictionary, it's usage has been traced to 1917!

The Oxford English Dictionary traced the first recorded use of OMG to a 1917 letter from a British Admiral in which he wrote: "I hear that a new order of Knighthood is on the tapis—O.M.G. (Oh! My God!)—Shower it on the Admiralty!"



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