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May 14, 2018

GUYS IN ACTION

Video of son peeing during Michigan proposal goes viral

(Thanks to Alan Dean and Jim Kenaston)

‘OWNERS GREW SUSPICIOUS WHEN ANIMAL SHOWED TALENT FOR WALKING ON TWO LEGS’

Pet dog raised by Chinese family for two years turns out to be a black bear

(Thanks to Matt Filar)

WHEEEE

Winds in the High Desert blow bounce house with child in it onto a highway

(Thanks to funny man)

IT GOES WITHOUT SAYING THEY ALL HAD VALID FLORIDA LICENSES

German police bring in crane to get 5 buffalo off autobahn

(Thanks to Le Petomane)

THE INTERNET: WHERE CRUCIAL ISSUES ARE DEBATED

Beauty expert slammed for her vagina whitening advice - which includes using lemon and eggs

(Thanks to Le Petomane and John Lobert)

TERRORISM UPDATE

Squirrels stash 50 pounds of pine cones under car hood in Northern Michigan

(Thanks to Alan Dean)

DO NOT MESS WITH THEM

A woman locked in a contentious divorce with her bond-trader husband took a Picasso off his wall — and replaced it with a forgery she made herself.

She also took “a 7-foot, 300-pound rabbit sculpture.”

(Thanks to James Flynn)

SEND THIS PYRAMID TO WASHINGTON

After having its written payment notifications ignored by a client, a utility company in Russia came up with an ingenious way of coercing the debtor to pay his dues – it dumped a three-tonne concrete pyramid in front of his luxurious villa.

(Thanks to Ralph)

MIAMI HIGH SCHOOLS: NOT LIKE YOUR HIGH SCHOOLS

Caged tiger displayed during prom in NW Miami-Dade, sparking outrage

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson, who asks "What could possibly go wrong?")

HEY, IT COULD HAVE BEEN AN ASSAULT BASSOON

Springfield man's bassoon mistaken for gun by 911 caller.

(Thanks to Jane Linderman)

CANADIAN NEWS ROUNDUP

In Canada, Theories Swirl With the Tide as 14th Human Foot Washes Ashore

(Thanks to Howard from Boward)

Canada sent beavers to Argentina, and it was a huge disaster

(Thanks to The Perts)

FLORIDA: EVEN THE POPCORN IS VIOLENT

Popcorn machine mistaken for gunshots, prompts theater evacuation

(Thanks to Jane Linderman)

 
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