Curvaceous Knotweed

Residents of a village in China have been left astounded by a knotweed that looks like the body of a voluptuous woman. Pulled straight from the ground in Anshun, Guizhou province, the knotweed appeared to have thick protruding roots in areas that looked all too familiar to the man who found it. The buxom vegetation can be seen apparently posing in a confident fashion with two legs, folded arms, two big eyes and a nose – but, most noticeably, rather appropriately positioned bosoms. The local man who discovered the 16 inch long, 13lbs knotweed showed villagers, who were stunned at the uncanny resemblance.” w/ photo

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Electronic Piano Tie

What sweet tunes you’ve got coming out of your tie! Man oh man, this tie is smoking hot and let’s you play some jazzy music that’ll make the whole office swoon. The notes are activated as you move from key to key in supreme harmony. 8 piano keys running from ‘C’ to ‘C’ and that’s just how many notes you get, with each piano key playing a different note. The knot at the top is the speaker. The possibilities are endless and I can already hear Mary’s Got a Little Lamb coming from your cubicle. When things get a little boring and your eyes start to droop during a meeting just spice it up and play them a little tune. Heck, even if you lose your job you can play this priceless tie on a street corner for change.” w/ photos

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Dog Plays With Police Horse!

“I saw this on my walk back to the office from lunch. It was a nice contrast to the perception everyone has of the NYPD in the area due to the Occupy Wall Street camp nearby.” — ubermongolian

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Papal Pooches

“These pooches like to dress up religiously… A designer in Germany has taken a religious approach to dog-dressing.”

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Drunk Man Stole Haircut?

A New Zealand man has appeared in court after he was arrested for ‘stealing’ a haircut following a drinking session. Trevor Crampton, 56, from Hastings, told a judge he knew nothing of the offense until he looked in the mirror the following morning. He appeared in Hastings District Court to plead guilty to one charge of obtaining a $20 haircut by deception, reports Hawkes Bay Today. Crampton admitted drinking heavily before entering a hair salon in Hastings, about 2pm. After being given a haircut, he told staff he didn’t have any money. Police arrived at the salon and said he “made no sense” when questioned. Asked by Judge Bridget Mackintosh if he could explain his drunken antics, Crampton replied: ‘Actually the first I knew about it was the next morning when I looked in the mirror.” w/ photo

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