Top 8 Apps Designed For Modern Douchebags

“Most of what we know about ancient cultures is based on their technology. We know what they ate based on the grains that are mashed into their stoneware and what they did for fun based on the absence of video games in their little mud huts. Similarly, we can tell a great deal about modern douchebags by the apps that they’re apparently spending money on. These are apps that could only be used by a very specific type of person. If you’re a regular person, your regular-person shield (otherwise known as common human decency) will repel you from apps like…” w/ photos

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Speeding Car Lands On Apartment Roof

Talk about a wild ride. The driver of a car lost control and ended up parked on the roof of an apartment building in Fresno, Calif. Police say the speeding driver missed a turn [one] morning, hit some rocks, a tree stump and went airborne, landing on the roof. Amazingly, the car did not crash into the building and no one was hurt. The driver ran away wearing only boxer shorts. Police caught him a short time later. He was taken to the hospital for treatment.” w/ photo + video

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Kodiak Bears Eat Whale

“Kodiak brown bears aren’t sticklers for presentation when it comes to a scavenged meal. It’s quantity, not quality, that matters here! These bears dig right in.” — NatGeo

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Pothound (Short Film)

“I loved the idea, the atmosphere, the color… everything. So professional and so emotional in the same time.” — DEUKALION

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Dog Ate Woman’s Wedding Ring

An Albuquerque wife had the habit of putting her wedding ring on the nightstand beside her bed before falling asleep. But one morning, when Rachelle Atkinson reached to put it back on, the ring had vanished without a trace. She and her husband originally thought a thief broke in, and they were partially right. Except this thief has four legs, and lives with them… After they figured out that Coraline was the culprit, Mrs Atkinson’s diligent husband Scott spent the next ten days sifting through the dog’s waste. ‘I had to go through all the ‘poos’ every day and squish them up and make sure there were no hard lumps in there.’ He added: ‘That wasn’t much fun. But a trip to the family veterinarian revealed that Mr Atkinson’s work was all for naught, as the ring was too heavy to pass naturally.” w/ photos + video

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