Woman Shames Cheating Ex-BF On National TV

As the saying goes, Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. And this weekend, football fans were all privy to that exact emotion when a woman shamed her ex on national television. A woman, named as Annie Walker, caught the attention of television cameras at Sunday night’s Packers-Bears football game by holding up a sign calling out her cheating ex boyfriend. The spurned woman, dressed in Packers gear, stood out because her homemade sign had nothing to do with football. Her sign had a much clearer message: ‘My cheating EX boyfriend is watching from couch instead.” w/ photos + video

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Surprise Wedding PRANK

“This old woman needs a vigorous young man to take care of her needs and she found the perfect scheme to get them for the long haul. She tricks them into a religious marriage at the church. Surprise, you’re the groom!” — JFL

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Latte Art Vending Machine

“This special vending machine uses drips of coffee poured carefully through milk to form a face on the top of your hot beverage. In this particular case, it makes the face of a woman, floating in your foamy cuppa cappu. Apparently, that’s a pattern that Yojiya Cafe teaches its human baristas to make too. Here’s a video clip of the machine working it’s magic. Trust me when I say that since it does all of its tricks behind closed doors, it’s not very thrilling though.” w/ photos + video

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Alcohol Vaporizer

“How to make your very own alcohol vapouriser. Booze fun with physics. Got the idea from James May’s Man Lab on BBC Television where Oz Clarke did it with whiskey so thought I’d try it out.” — joeswindells

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Online Pet Shelter?

“Welcome to the online pet shelter where you can help keep abandoned animals entertained.” — uzoouk

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Top 20 Absolute Worst Parents Of 2011

“From a sword-fight punishment to a grade-school boob job, these are the craziest, weirdest and sometimes tragic news stories about horrible, moral-free parenting from 2011. Sadly, in most of these cases the children did nothing to deserve the injuries, humiliation or even death that their so-called caregivers bestowed upon them. Even worse, many of them were infants or toddlers, completely unable to fend for themselves. As heinous as the actions of these adults are, it’s a safe bet that these criminals and mis-doers won’t be winning any Parent of the Year awards.” w/ photos

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