Would You Eat Live Octopus?

“It has a big, bulbous head, beady black eyes, and eight squirming tentacles. It’s called the octopus… but some people would also call it dinner. Even while it’s still alive!”

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Woman Jabs Ex With Antlers

He figured it was his house too, so when Terry Nowakowski’s ex-girlfriend locked him out Tuesday afternoon, he decided to break down the door. When he stepped inside, authorities said, he was greeted with antlers. His ex-girlfriend, Chelsea Harrison, armed herself with a mounted deer head and “began striking him in the face and body with the ends of the antlers until she lost her grip dropping it to the floor,” a Pasco County Sheriff’s Office report states. Nowakowski, 20, managed to flee and call for help. He told deputies he and Harrison, 23, are broken up, but have a 3-year-old daughter together. They both own the home in Zephyrhills, so they live at the same residence for financial reasons and ‘for the good of the child,’ the report states. Their daughter witnessed the fight, authorities said. The argument started when Nowakowski walked outside and called his current girlfriend ‘which he believes angered Chelsea,’ the report states.” w/ photo

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Brave Kitty

“You really have to give this little kitty some credit for being so brave. That Rottweiler didn’t stand a chance!” — TheMrhero003

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Traditional Japanese Electric Vehicle

“It’s an interesting concept, but I don’t think it would be too safe for road travel. Looks very light and brittle. They should make a model S, which is more modern and is exponentially safer, with steel support beams and a metal fan instead of paper. In short, use the classic Japanese aesthetics, but with modern materials.” — LuwiigiMaster

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Top 10 Silent Movie Comedians

“Behind the music and hand-cranked camera shots lie something else entirely, for those willing to take a look. It is a world of magic- as novelist Paul Auster described in The Book of Illusions saying the films are ‘like poems, like the renderings of dreams, like some intricate choreography of the spirit.’ Here are the top ten comedians of the era, some well known, others virtually forgotten, all willing to put their bodies, backsides and in some case lives on the line all for the sake of a good laugh.” w/ photos

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