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November 19, 2019

NORTH CAROLINA TACKLES THE ISSUES

Group hopes to prevent “opossum dropping” on New Year’s Eve

(Thanks to pharmaross)

IN OTHER TOILET NEWS

Yodel delivery driver leaves bluetooth speakers in the toilet

(Thanks to Asher Scheiner)

BULLETIN BULLETIN BULLETINNNNNNNNN

Cape Coral woman finds frog in toilet

(Thanks to Asher Scheiner)

POOR BABIES!

Leaving N.J. for the holidays means dreaded self-serve gas. We’ve got you covered.

(Thanks to Ralph)

THERE GOES CHRISTMAS

Environmental regulators have put a halt to a Montana business association’s sale of sandwich bags of mining waste advertised as a “Bag O’Slag.”

(Thanks to Doug Ogg and Mark Schlesinger)

'PROBABLY NEVER THOUGHT I WOULD HAVE A CHEESE THAT LOOKED LIKE ME'

Iowa wrestling icon honored with giant cheese sculpture

(Thanks to Mark Joneschiet)

OTHER THAN THAT IT WAS ROUTINE

The morning commute on Interstate 5 near Lakewood was thwarted Monday morning by an unlikely series of events involving shrimp, cheesecake, a burning semitruck, and an SUV that crashed into multiple emergency-response vehicles while fleeing law enforcement.

(Thanks to Mark Buckley)

GENEAOLOGY REPORT

Unfortunately our strict policy prohibits us from bringing you the Genealogy Report.

(Thanks to Eddie)

GUYS IN ACTION

...catch a falling bear.

(Thanks to John Criswell)

HEY, THERE'S NOT A LOT TO DO UP THERE

South Dakota says, 'Meth. We're On It,' and Twitter asks, 'Are you guys OK?'

(Thanks to Linda Schutjer, Bill Hudgins, John Criswell, Kevin Meerschaert, Stan Ruth, Rod Nunley, Jim and Roberto)

THE PERFECT CRIME

Florida Man on Probation Burglarizes Probation Office

(Thanks to Fabian Marson)

WE THOUGHT THIS DAY WOULD NEVER COME

Rick and Morty fans are being given the chance to drive in a car with a giant Morty on the roof.

(Thanks to Asher Scheiner)

THERE WILL BE HEARINGS

During an interview with MSNBC's Chris Matthews, Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) appeared to rip a massive fart live on the air.

(Thanks to many people)

 
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