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April 03, 2012

ARF

Revolutionary neutering method means dogs get to keep their testicles

(Thanks to Catherine)

NOT WEIRD AT ALL!

Estonian bubble soccer.

Do not miss the video.

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(Thanks to Bob Brogan)

OK, BUT CARS HAVE BEEN FLYING IN MIAMI FOR YEARS

US flying car cleared for takeoff

(Thanks to jon harris)

THEY REACHED THEIR PEAK OF SEXINESS WHEN THEY PASSED OUT

Researchers found that the more people drank, the higher they rated themselves on the sexy scale.

(Thanks to many people)

TWO FLORIDA COMMERCIAL LICENSES ARE ON THE WAY

Watch the video.

(Thanks to wiredog and Not My Usual Alias)

THEY ARE KNOWN FOR THEIR SUPPORTIVENESS

Allendale, Mich. (WZZM) - A student at Grand Valley State University says her guinea pig is an emotional support animal, not a pet.

(Thanks to Matt Filar)

NOW WITH ADDED PROTEIN!

A mother discovered live maggots crawling inside a packet of airline nuts on board a Qantas flight - after she'd already begun eating them.

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)

CANCEL THAT TRIP TO DISNEY WORLD

The mayor of Medora, a small tourist town in North Dakota, is planning to erect a gallows on his property in a bid to boost visitor numbers.

(Thanks to funny man)

THE CALF WAS RELEASED AFTER PRODUCING A VALID FLORIDA DRIVER'S LICENSE

Men arrested after deputy finds calf in back seat of Honda Civic

(Thanks to funny man)

FLATHEAD COUNTY: LAND OF LAWLESSNESS

12:23 p.m. Someone called in to talk about cows and dogs.

(Thanks to funny man and Jeff Meyerson)

CLEARLY THEY HAVE NEVER HEARD OF THE REMAINDERS

Rat Bastard and Scraping Teeth Are Back for The Worst Band in America Tour 2012

(Thanks to William Anllo)

KEEP THE TIP

Man bites off bartender's finger

(Thanks to Jenny Kellner)

SOUNDS LEGAL TO THIS BLOG

When a deputy asked her name, Stickle yelled she had no ID and took off her shirt, revealing her bare chest. On Stickle's chest is a tattoo listed as "Poem of dead tree," according to the Indian River County Sheriff's Office.

It's unclear whether "Poem of dead tree" is an original composition or a published work by an established poet. It couldn't immediately be determined whether it's a haiku, sonnet, ode, couplet, ballad, epic or limerick or whether iambic pentameter is involved.

Guess the state.

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker, Jeff Meyerson and Ralph)

 
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