Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Kabbalah or Aunt Flo?

Woozy Wednesday to you all, my little gingersnaps. Sucks to be a Norwegian employee with a small bladder. Several companies there have created strict bathroom rules for their employees. One company installed an alarm system in the toilets that alert managers when an employee has spent too much time in the restroom. "Seriously, dude, I was constipated. Do you want to see a picture?" Another company makes female employees wear a red bracelet to mark that they are having their period and justify additional trips to the bathroom. What if they follow Kabbalah? Does the red bracelet they wear allow for extra trips to the bathroom as well? Another company requires employees sign a visitor's book when they enter the restroom. "Name:_____ Please Circle Reason for Visit: #1, #2"

Source: boingboing

I think I just fell in love with Reese Witherspoon a little more. When informed during an interview that Justin Bieber may be making a remake of her and Mark Wahlberg's 1996 film, "Fear", she asked, "Would he be playing me, or Mark Wahlberg?".

Source: JustJared

If you're looking for iPhone 4S's Siri to build up your self-esteem, you might be looking in the wrong place.

mobile phone texting autocorrect - Autocowrecks: Siri Is Calling You Forever Alone
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And now, for today's FAIL... (although they do have a point. What?)

crazy parenting fails - Parenting Fails: AH SOMETHING'S LIVING IN MY UTERUS
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And for today's WIN. A Zombie invasion Duvet!

epic fail photos - WIN!: Zombie Duvet WIN
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Hey, WTF??!! I'm slightly curious to know what the last guy found so interesting in his pants, yet again, I'm afraid to find out.

fashion fail - Poorly Dressed: Technicolor Dreamboats
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And that's all the time I have for today. Ladies, don't forget to wear your red bracelets if Aunt Flo is visiting you. Oh, and one more thing... (no, he's not gay... he's just British)

All British tanks have Tea-making equipment on board

Every British tank since the Centurion and most AFV’s have a boiling vessel. To Americans, it's known as a kettle and is used for boiling water for tea or other hot drinks.

It’s also used for boil-in-bag meals on the tanks. The boiling vessel or BV is required on all UK vessels! They really do take their tea time seriously!



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