I’m just going to assume this is merely an unproven come-on, meant to try to make someone rich. If someone’s smell was any sure-fire way of determining a suitable mate, a lot more first dates would end in a match.
Well, here I go, again, setting myself up for abuse. I read an article, a few days ago, where the author was gushing over how attractive he thought Dylan Penn, Sean’s daughter with Robin Wright, is. Of course, one commenter has to chime in, saying that, if the author thinks she is a 10, he needs to move, or circulate more, because the girls in his neighborhood must be fugly. I couldn’t resist replying to that comment, saying that, if he didn’t consider Dylan a 10, he had set his standards impossibly high. Then someone else replied to my comment, saying that, if I considered Dylan a 10, I had set my own standards impossibly low, since he only considered her average looking. Well, on the positive side, I would theoretically have at least two less rivals for what I consider a very fine looking lady. I am curious, though, as to whomever these two are attracted to, even though I am adamant that looks aren’t the only thing to consider, when choosing a mate. You gotta start somewhere, though. But what kind of guy (as well as a lot of girls) is not attracted to this? Just humor me, open this photo in a new tab, and zoom in as far as you can, without it blurring. Let me know where the flaw is.Average? Yeah, lobster is just another inexpensive snack, The Palace of Versailles is just another house, and a Lamborghini is just another car. Now please excuse me while I go wipe the drool from my chin.
What the hell is wrong with some people? Since this guy asked one of his victims not to call the police, he obviously knew it was wrong. So does he have some mental health issue that makes it impossible to stop? There are professionals who can help with that.
In my opinion, it was far past time that someone did something to control these self obsessed idiots. If you put yourself in physical danger just to take a photo, in order to seek justification of your existence from strangers, you don’t deserve the recognition. And people who take selfies and use their phones all day, then complain about a battery that doesn’t last an entire day, are just annoying.
On a related topic, OH, PLEASE DON’T LET THIS BECOME A THING! “Art”
“No time for that. Gotta get to the mall to do some slacking, and take those oh-so-important selfies”. Eating cereal is too much work, now? Miss your nanny, millennials?
It seems that a lot of people lose their compassion for others, to the point of becoming complete assholes, when they are even slightly inconvenienced. It wasn’t like this kid had the allergic reaction on purpose. I don’t really blame them for forcing them from the plane, but there was no excuse for the snarky attitude.
I am seeing this story featured on a lot of sites. Many of them, especially those that are not actual news sites, seem to imply that the boy is incredibly lucky. My opinion is that I would be very surprised if the 24 hour sex, drugs, and rock & roll fantasy comes true. So she is a porn star. That just makes it more likely that she is not going to be particularly interested in having sex when she comes home.
Update: A few days later, I saw on the TV news that a Russian investigative news site found out that the boy is an actor, his mother is an actress, and this whole thing is probably just fake.
When I read articles such as this one, I feel terribly uneducated. How do people come up with these ideas?
A suicide bomb vest detector is almost ready for regular use.
For those who hate the rest of the world, but prefer to stay alive so they can gloat about their deed, this weapon is available to anyone who is 18 and has passed a background check. So that the maniac who uses it in an act of violence can qualify for the description “he had no history of violence prior to purchasing an armor-piercing rifle”.
Ah, yes, the infallible background check. I suppose there is no way to guarantee someone with a big enough chip on their shoulder will not be able to satisfy a grudge.
Now here is a smart phone accessory that I can appreciate. It looks like a lot of other people do, as well.
Very interesting interview (in my opinion) with Chris Rock, from New York magazine. I hadn’t seen a photo or video of him in quite a while, so it surprised me how much he had aged, visually.
Someone would have to have one hell of a personality to legally change their name to Bacon Double Cheeseburger and remain my friend.
I got half of these right, and I have never read Hamlet, nor do I have any idea who @dril is. Kanye’s quotes are pretty easy to figure out. I am fairly familiar with his style, having seen him quoted so often. I guessed most of his quotes correctly.
Sounds like perfect presidential material, right? And I am only partly being satirical by saying that. How many Presidents have outright lied, multiple times, to their country’s citizens, or done questionably legal things, and covered them up?
Apparently, it is illegal to belch in public, in Vienna. Or else the police abuse their authority there, too.
The entire time I was reading this article, I was shaking my head. Then, they asked the same question I was thinking. If these outrageous creations cannot be eaten normally, what’s the point? At least they actually ate it all.
Some people are off their meds again. Given the popularity of JonBenet Ramsay, at the time of her death, why would anyone think it was a good idea to fake her murder and have her reappear years later, as an unknown artist, with another name?
I smell something bad, here, and it is similar to what is in that pail. While it is possible that the man in the video had a bad case of diarrhea, but had important tasks to complete, it seems just as likely that he was simply either looking for attention, or to gross people out.
These creations are very impressive, but seem like a lot of work. I got tired just looking at them.
Ingenious method of making popcorn.
WOW. If I was dating someone who did just one of these things, I would think I had made a big mistake. For example, man or woman, who doesn’t smile when they come home and first see their mate? Why would seeing you not make them happy if they loved you? Oh…
Shit like this could also be added to the list. A bit overprotective, there, are we, miss? How many women who find him attractive would be dissuaded by that shirt? And, if he decides that he wants to stray, he will stray, regardless of whether you have branded him or not. This shirt has just told him you have trust issues. Look at his face. Does that look like the expression of someone who is impressed? And her expression makes her appear to be an airhead. “Ha! Look what I did to my boyfriend!” RUN, MAN! RUN FOR YOUR LIFE!
Sometimes I wonder if there is anything that doesn’t cause cancer. How is baby powder not safe? My curiosity made me look into it, and I discovered that the fears over talc stem from the fact that this mineral is naturally found in spots across Earth that also contain asbestos, a known carcinogen. It is for that reason that talc used for cosmetic purposes, such as in makeup or to produce baby powder, must be free of asbestos, a requirement that’s been in place since the ‘70s. So did J&J break the law, or are all of these people over reacting? It seems that if no trace of asbestos was detected in the product, no law was broken, and the lawsuits would have no basis. What was the company supposed to do, shoot themselves in the foot by announcing that “talcum powder has been linked to cancer, but don’t worry, ours is safe!”? Might as well just not produce it, and let other manufacturers reap the profits.
This is what the world will look like if we don’t get our act together. I wonder how climate change deniers will explain why they have to go everywhere by boat.
Apparently, the children’s rhyme “Ring around a Rosie” is actually about the Bubonic Plague.
I knew that the Irish were considered to be little better than animals for a long time in history, but I was not aware that they were also forced into slavery, and shipped to British colonies around the world.
A lot of people have trouble adjusting to writing the new year correctly, as December 31st passes. Imagine living in three different centuries.
A great idea that benefits both the kids and the dogs. Plus, who knows, there could be an adoption or two as a result.
Aspiring doctor gives her dog a complete checkup.
In honor of the Oscars, another “find it” puzzle. This time, an Oscar is hiding among the C3-Po’s. I was about to give up, after about 5 minutes of looking, when I spotted it. Look at the eyes. The head is also a different shape.
Very interesting cover of AC/C’s Back In Black, played on a zither. If anyone is interested. I am still quite disappointed that hardly anyone cared for my music playlists. I find this version quite listenable.
I am looking for a place where I can buy one of these. I know someone who would be suitably horrified if I asked her in front of others whether she wanted to see my cock ring, as well as being suitably amused when she actually saw it. An I know that any of our friends who might be in the vicinity would get a kick out of the prank.
Ancient civilizations were terrified by eclipses that lasted for mere hours. Imagine experiencing one that goes on for years.
Well, that would be interesting.
Continued, and increased, funding for NASA is not only important for knowledge of our Universe. There are also the many benefits that spin-offs of technologies created for the space program have added to our lives, right here on Earth.
So, black holes are not really so powerful after all?
This summer, two people will fly, in a glider, through the outer edge of Earth’s atmosphere, to collect data about the stratospheric wind.
OKAY, if this doesn’t fascinate and amaze you, you are dead inside. Professor Brian Greene explains gravitational waves in a way that everyone should be able to easily understand, and shows that God is Bugs Bunny. Colbert, you are priceless!
I prefer to believe the version which states that our civilization is just too far away from any other to be detected. Also, even if another life form knew we were here, could they visit? Interstellar travel is a lot more advanced than astronomy.
I could have used one of these, for several years of my life, while I was looking after oil wells in the muskeg. I, and the other well operators in the area, were constantly getting stuck in the mud. I finally got my truck modified with a 3″ suspension lift, and aggressive tires, which greatly reduced the frequency of that happening.
I really like the look of this Ford Bronco concept.
I really do not like this Mercedes. And I was convinced management at the auto maker had lost their minds, until I read the disclaimer at the end of the article.
There must be something I am missing about the Ford Escort pictured in this collection. I see nothing there that says beautiful. The rest of those autos I can appreciate, although all of the Nissans barely rate, and I do not wish to own any of them.
“This is the best way I could have gotten my 15 minutes of fame,” she said. “Basically, it was the best decision I’ve made in college, yet…” Yeah, famous for breaking the law, and then taking the lazy way out. You would rather look like a fool (despite all of those who consider it cool) and travel at 5 mph than ride a bike like an adult, because “you hate it”. For the record, when I was a teen, and into my early twenties, I drove drunk a lot. Drunk driving was common among my peer group. Now, I wish I had been more responsible. I was never charged with DUI, but that was mere dumb luck. And, now, I am ashamed of what I did. Had I lost my license for impaired driving, though, would I have driven an electric children’s toy, had they been available, then? Not. A. Chance. I wasn’t too lazy to ride a bike. Besides, I could have walked more quickly.
A lot of MOPAR fans are real snobs. They won’t accept any other make of car as legitimate. Not even a Mustang, the first “pony car”, is good enough to appear on their precious site. Don’t you dare publish a photo of anything but a MOPAR, or else be prepared for a severe negative reaction. On the Mopar Muscle Magazine Facebook page, most of the comments to this creation were negative. Some extremely so. But it was mostly created with factory body panels, and the rest is still all Dodge, so what’s the problem? One guy asked “If you can’t afford the original, why even make this?” But would he be able to tell one from the other just by looking at it? Even if he could, so what? I think it is a work of reverence to the original. Also, how different is a clone from a complete rebuild of one of those completely rotted out barn finds? This guy isn’t trying to pass his creation off as an original Daytona, so who cares if it has a modern VIN?
Yet another photo that was posted without an explanation. Are so many people really satisfied with viewing a rare photo without context? Or am I one of the few people who didn’t already know what this automobile was? I like to know what it is that I am seeing, so this photo set me off on another investigation. This time the answer was easy to find. It is a 1937 Delahaye 133ms Roadster.
A man and his wife are on vacation in Tibet. While shopping in a small village, the wife asks her husband what time it was, and looking down at his wrist the man realized he had left his watch in the motel room. After a few unsuccessful attempts to find an English speaking local, the couple finally finds an elderly man sitting quietly on the street with his donkey. “Excuse me,” the husband says, “could you tell us the time?” “Absolutely”, replies the elderly man, and with that he reaches down and lifts the donkey’s balls. “It is 3:10”, the man says. “Thank you” replies the wife in a surprised voice. And the couple continues on their way. After doing some shopping and grabbing a bite to eat. The couple return to the old man for the time. Again the elderly man lifts the donkey’s balls and says, “It is now 4:45.” By this time the husband is completely amazed. “Please show me how you can tell the time simply by lifting this donkey’s balls!” “Certainly,” the elderly man replies motioning for the couple to come closer. “Sit here where I am,” the man begins. “Now, do you see the donkey’s balls?” “Of course”, the man replies. “Now reach down and take them into your hand.” Hesitantly the husband does as he is instructed, after all, this could prove to be an enlightening experience. “Now, slowly lift the donkey’s balls”, he continues. Again the husband does as he is instructed. “Now look underneath the donkeys balls, and between his two front legs.” The husband does just that. “Now” the man says, “can you see the clock on the wall of that building over there?”
Mildred, the church gossip, and self-appointed monitor of the church’s morals, kept sticking her nose into other people’s business. Several members did not approve of her extra-curricular activities, but feared her enough to maintain their silence. She made a mistake, however, when she accused George, a new member, of being an alcoholic after she saw his old pickup parked in front of the town’s only bar one afternoon. She emphatically told George (and several others) that everyone seeing it there would know what he was doing. George, a man of few words, stared at her for a moment and just turned and walked away. He didn’t explain, defend, or deny. He said nothing. Later that evening, George quietly parked his pickup in front of Mildred’s house… walked home… and left it there all night.
In a train compartment, there are 3 men and a ravishing young girl. The four passengers join in conversation, which very soon turns to the erotic. Then, the young girl proposes, “If each of you will give me $1.00, I will show you my legs.” The men, charmed by this young girl, all pull a buck out of their wallet. The girl pulls us her dress a bit to reveal her legs. She then offers, “If each of you gentlemen will give me $5.00, I’ll show you my thighs.” Men being what they are, they all whipped out a $5 bill. The girl pulls up her dress all the way to reveal her legs in full. Conversation continues, and the men, a bit excited, have all taken off their coats. Then the young girl says, “If you will give me $20, I will show you where I was operated on for appendicitis.” All three fork over the money. The girl then turns to the window, pointing outside to a building they’re passing. “See there? That’s the hospital where I had it done!”
My husband, Ray, was attempting to build a patio for the first time. He bought 100 cement blocks. Laying them out in a pattern, he discovered the chosen area was too small. He stacked the blocks against the house and cleared more space. The next day Ray put the cement blocks back down, only to find that the ground was too hard to keep the patio level.
He ordered a truckload of sand to be delivered the following morning. Again he stacked the 100 blocks against the house. Observing all this, our next-door neighbor asked, “Ray, are you going to put your patio away every night?”
Because I really need to trim my enthusiasm for sharing things that interest, amuse, or anger me, as this week’s double post indicates.
Well, there you go. Part two of this double post. I hope it is worth it. Thanks for visiting. Anything you do, or do not like? Something you would like to see? I do not claim to own the photos posted here. If you see your property here, and want it removed, or if you just have something to say, contact me via the comments section. If you liked what you found, here, please tell your friends. And feel free to use any of it for your own purposes. You might also want to check out my Tumblr page, http://rodzilla-world.tumblr.com/ I post similar content, there, but with less ranting.