Dog Drives Double-Decker Bus?

Sales assistant Phil Newton could not believe his eyes when he saw a dog driving a 20-ton, double-decker bus through Darwin’s industrial zone. ‘I thought, ‘What the… ‘!’ he said. ‘This was weird, even for the Territory.’ Mr Newton, 30, said the dog was sitting in the driver’s seat with its paws on the steering wheel. He chased after the runaway bus, leapt through an open window and rammed on the handbrake. ‘It ran for a couple of hundred meters, swerved across the road, went up on the footpath and was just about to run into a parked car when I stopped it,’ he said. Woodley, a two-year-old German koolie, was unrepentant. His owner, Richard McCormack, 62, said: ‘He sits next to me when I’m driving and in the driver’s seat when I’m not. ‘The handbrake is on the dashboard and he’s seen me release it many times. He was just copying me. ‘He’s tried it on before.” w/ photo

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Turbaconepicentipede

“We invited all our internet friends over for a Thanksgiving dinner! They didn’t know that they would be eating a variation of The Human Centipede, not that it matters. Everyone was intoxicated with appreciation‚ and liquor.” — EMT

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Giant Robotic Snake

“Titanoboa is a reincarnation of the ancient 50ft long serpent rendered extinct by past climate change. It was built at eatART in East Vancouver, BC, Canada.” — bummeroo

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Llama Surprise!

“This llama doesn’t want to be filmed, and takes it out on the cameraman!”

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Employees Build Combine Made Of Cans

John Deere employees in northwest Illinois are working to show people they can do anything… including breaking a world record. They’re using hundreds of thousands of canned foods to build a life-size replica of the company’s new S-series combine. Workers are hoping to create the largest canned food sculpture the world has ever seen. The current record was set in Thailand in March, with more than 247,000 cans. The workers here hope to have more than 300,000 cans in their sculpture when they’re done.” w/ photo + video

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Top 4 Foods Shoved In Other Foods

“As far as stuffing faces goes, Americans are some of the best face-stuffers around. For instance, the turducken — a duck shoved inside a chicken shoved inside a turkey — is now a Thanksgiving favorite. Though the origins of this dish are disputed, one thing is clear: Americans perfected this gastronomic monstrosity. And so, it is in this spirit that we present a number of other excellent examples of Foods-Shoved-In-Other-Foods, some invented right here in the Adult Swim laboratory. While we may not have discovered the next turducken, we probably just made your upcoming Thanksgiving meal a whole lot more interesting.” w/ photos

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