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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Last Post!

... for a couple days.
Going away for business so I doubt I'll post anything. Be sure to check the twitter though, might throw up a couple interesting links.

In the meantime, maybe this will keep you entertained... for a few hours minutes at least.

Little Girl Plays with Dead Squirrel
I am impressed and a little intrigued (who knew dead squirrels were so much fun?), but mostly grossed out.

Why would her parents let her do that?
(P.S. Nice boob-zoom at 0:44, dad)
(via Barstool)

Demotivational poster of the year?
(via The High Definite)


Solar Powered Tanning
Where can I go to invest in that idea?
(via The Daily What)

It Took Rescuers Two Hours To Dig An Olympic Swimmer Out Of This Sand Hole
Granted he's still a teenager (barely at 19), but... yea.

"Austrian Olympic swimmer Jakub Maly lives and trains in Pompano Beach, Fla., and yesterday was his day off. So he spent the afternoon digging a hole in the beach 7 feet deep and 6 feet across. Naturally, he jumped in, and naturally, it collapsed around him, leaving only his head unburied.

Sixty fire and rescue personnel extracted him from the pit after two hours. Maly was conscious though he may have internal injuries.
(via deadspin)

Speaking of playing at the beach...
The music takes it over the edge.

(via Barstool)

Stefany Dreams in 3D
I'm convinced that if you spell your child's "common" name atypically, they will come out... "atypical".

Same goes for vegans:
(via The Daily What)

Yay Rainbows!

New Scrabble Words

Wonder if they'll update the Words With Friends dictionary too...

"Scrabble’s doin’ a nu thang: “Innit,” “thang,” and grrl,” were among several new slang terms added to the latest edition of the Collins Official Scrabble Words book.

“Facebook,” “Myspace,” and “fansite” were also to be found among the nearly 3,000 words added to the “most comprehensive Scrabble wordlist ever produced.”

“These additions are an eclectic mix of new technological jargon, overseas English, recent colloquialisms, street slang, and a few phrases that had not made it on to the list until now,” said Collings English Dictionaries editor Robert Groves.
(via The Daily What)

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