Archive for the ‘Reality’ Category

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Things I Did Last Night

May 12, 2008

Sorry for the hiatus people. I’ve been spending hours and hours researching (read: drinking and partying) for my newest online offering.

Basically, its little more than an ongoing chronicle of my nightly drunken debauchery  – and though I’m not completely happy with the blog’s title, I suppose it’ll have to do…at least for the moment…

So, check it out when you get the chance – if you’re at all interested in The Things I Did Last Night

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The 25 Most Disturbing Sex Toys

March 18, 2008

Hopefully this little nugget from Cracked.com will help you forget about that hangover you’re still nursing from last night…for a little while, anyway.

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Enjoy!

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Sporno

March 4, 2008

“Sport tries its best to be clean, porno is always dirty. Sport is noble and healthy. Porno is always bad and wrong. Yet for all their efforts to keep a distance, they just can’t help running into each from time to time and making sporno, without meaning to at all.”

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Check out more great examples at http://www.thespoiler.co.uk/index.php/wpg2

 

…and while you’re at it,  try to get this image out of your head:

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Guess The Crime!

March 3, 2008

Was this guy arrested for no proof of insurance, loitering or public intoxication?

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Make your best bet on this and many more at http://guessmycrime.blogspot.com/

Minutes of fun await!

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The Razzies!

February 28, 2008

Now, I’m not looking for any condolences or pity, but I am having an absolutely awful work week.

Thankfully, The 28th Annual Golden Raspberry (Razzie) Awards have come out, reminding me that as awful as my job’s going…it could be worse.

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Click on the banner above to see the “winners” for Worst Picture, Worst Actor, Worst Actress and Worst Director (along with many other “worsts”) of 2007.

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Hops Shortage Spiking Up Beer Prices

February 26, 2008
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Severe weather ruined hops production in Europe, causing many farmers to plant corn instead for ethanol production. It all means hops are now going for $35 to $40 a pound instead of the $3 to $5 this time last year.  Barley rates are also up 25 to 40 percent. 

The production costs are just now trickling to consumers.  Whole Foods has posted a sign saying beer customers can expect “dramatic price” increases, about one to two dollars on every six pack. 

You can read the rest here.

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Do You Dress Like A Douchebag?

February 25, 2008

Another quick PSA for you – Click on the picture for the full-size flowchart:

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