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Postby winterfate » May 29 2007, 21:05

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Postby ThunderTitan » May 29 2007, 21:37

Words that sound alike... amusing Beavis and Butthead since the 90's.
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Postby Caradoc » May 29 2007, 23:33

In Waco, there used to be a restaurant called the "Black Angus". One day the "g" on the sign burned out.
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Postby asandir » May 30 2007, 0:44

mmmm, yummy

Artist eats corgi in royal fox protest stunt
A British artist ate a corgi dog, famous for being Queen Elizabeth II's favourite breed, in protest after a group including her husband Prince Philip allegedly killed a fox earlier this year.

Mark McGowan, who has previously eaten a swan as part of a performance art show, tucked into the dog alongside Yoko Ono, the widow of ex-Beatle John Lennon, live on a London radio station.

"I know some people will find this offensive and tasteless but I am doing this to raise awareness about the RSPCA's inability to prosecute Prince Philip and his friends shooting a fox earlier this year, letting it struggle for life for five minutes and then beating it to death with a stick," he said.

The RSPCA (the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) is in charge of handing over evidence to British prosecutors in cases where they believe acts of cruelty to animals have been committed.

They said they found "no evidence" that any offence had taken place in January, when the incident took place.

"An independent post-mortem examination was carried out and found that the fox died from gunshot wounds - and no evidence of other injury or trauma was found," it said in a statement.

"The only witness who could have supported the version of events reported in some sections of the media refused to give a statement."

McGowan said the dog, which died at a breeding farm, tasted "really, really disgusting," and added that Ono "looked a bit strange" as she also tasted the dog.

The queen has owned more than 30 corgis during her reign, which started in 1952, and currently owns four - Pharos, Swift, Emma and Linnet.

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Postby Omega_Destroyer » May 30 2007, 2:02

Too bad he didn't choke on it.
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Postby asandir » May 30 2007, 2:15

:D nice
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Postby Panda Tar » May 30 2007, 12:34

In Queensland, there's a place where they place hot chicks to clean and wash your car!

http://g1.globo.com/Noticias/PlanetaBiz ... 91,00.html
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Postby Omega_Destroyer » May 30 2007, 13:32

One way to demonstrate how wrong killing animals is, is to kill another animal. Good call.
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Postby Corribus » May 30 2007, 13:50

Caradoc wrote:In Waco, there used to be a restaurant called the "Black Angus". One day the "g" on the sign burned out.

Black anus, huh? Sounds like a horrible disease, probably an STD.
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Postby vulnevia » May 30 2007, 14:18

Corribus wrote:
Caradoc wrote:In Waco, there used to be a restaurant called the "Black Angus". One day the "g" on the sign burned out.

Black anus, huh? Sounds like a horrible disease, probably an STD.


Maybe it's similar to black balls? 8|

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Postby Panda Tar » May 30 2007, 15:24

It depends on the color of the skin. :lol:
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Postby Omega_Destroyer » May 30 2007, 15:40

Caradoc wrote:In Waco, there used to be a restaurant called the "Black Angus". One day the "g" on the sign burned out.


That's better than the restaurant chain Pink Taco.
And the chickens. Those damn chickens.

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Postby asandir » May 31 2007, 2:02

nice :D

awww isn't this sweet

Boy's balloon finds pen pal in Queen
A four-year-old British boy who released a balloon with a message hoping to find a pen pal in a foreign land ended up having a correspondence with the Queen.

The Daily Mail reports Tom Stancombe let go of his helium balloon in Hampshire, west of London, but rather than flying across to France or halfway around the world, it ended up just 32 kilometres away, landing inside Windsor Castle.

The Queen instructed her personal assistant to reply and so the monarch and the boy, helped by his parents, exchanged a series of letters, mostly about the fact that one of the boy's ancestors, an artist, had works in the royal art collection.

"She [the Queen] was delighted to find that your balloon had travelled all the way to the gardens at Windsor Castle," the monarch's assistant wrote.

Asked if he thought his son would be exchanging any more letters with the Queen, Tom's father said: "I don't expect we'll get another one but I think it's incredible they bothered replying at all".

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Postby Omega_Destroyer » May 31 2007, 4:56

Wow, that's pretty cool.
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Postby asandir » May 31 2007, 5:22

it certainly would be .... letters from the queen, or her aide anyway :)
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Postby Campaigner » May 31 2007, 15:09

Women use smoking to attract men's attention to their fragile nature

Well, dumb people there's a whole lot of....


This is alot more interesting though:
Cat grows wings after being sexually harassed

....if that means that women that get touched alot will grow wings and fly after you for vengeance then it's time to watch out :s


Womens second biggest enemy after small breasts :D


Flock og geese steal cellphone from student OMG what a wimp!

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Postby Panda Tar » May 31 2007, 15:45



Maybe the third. Imagine how awful would be seeing a small boob with cellulite. :scared:
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Postby gravyluvr » May 31 2007, 16:19

Tigers' chick-mates

Zoo-keepers in China say they were shocked when a group of tiger cubs made friends with some newborn chicks.

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Workers at Zhejiang Wenling Zoo in Taizhou city put the chicks in a cage with the four month-old tiger cubs.

A zoo spokesman told People's Daily: "We wanted to bring out the savage nature of the tigers while they were still cubs."

But keepers were surprised to see the tigers initially shy away nervously from the chickens.

"Then in no time, they started playing together. Maybe in their eyes, there are no enemies, only friends," added the spokesman.
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Postby Corribus » May 31 2007, 16:26

gravyluvr wrote:A zoo spokesman told People's Daily: "We wanted to bring out the savage nature of the tigers while they were still cubs."

Why do I find this line so amusing?
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Postby asandir » Jun 1 2007, 0:51

Belgian soldiers to blowtorch caterpillars
A mini-platoon of soldiers wielding blowtorches will be deployed to the Belgian forests to tackle a plague of hairy caterpillars that are causing allergy outbreaks in humans.

Procession caterpillars, so called for the way they march in lines through forests, are covered in long, toxic hairs which cause dermatitis and respiratory problems and account for up to 80 per cent of doctor visits in the affected area.

The soldiers will spend six weeks in the eastern province of Limburg from Monday, waging a tree-by-tree war on the caterpillars, which cling in groups to trunks and branches.

"In teams of two people, they will go through the forests and burn the little animals off the trees," Belgian military spokeswoman Ingrid Baeck said.

"There have not been enough people to do this and I think we can make the difference."

Previous attempts to rid forests of the caterpillars, which number in the millions thanks to mild weather, have included spraying pesticide using a helicopter and setting hormone traps for the adult moths.



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