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November 18, 2022

AND THE SO-CALLED 'UNITED NATIONS' DOES NOTHING

Soccer fans will still be able to purchase Bud Zero, an alcohol-free lager that Anheuser-Busch says tastes similar to its best-selling alcoholic beverage.

(Thanks to Steve K)

THE *WHAT* JOURNAL?

It seems penises are getting bigger in paintings, and this change is accelerating. That is the conclusion of a team of urologists reported recently in the BJU International journal, in their article “Depictions of penises in historical paintings reflect changing perceptions of the ideal penis size.”

(Thanks to pharmaross, who says "Inflation is affecting everything!")

LET SLEEPING DOGS LIE

...is an expression unfamiliar to rhinos.

(Thanks to Robert Moats)

ANYONE WOULD BE PROUD

Brigantine's fecal donor spreads message of 'perfect poop' through billboard

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)

WE THOUGHT THIS DAY WOULD NEVER COME

We now know why some poos float and others sink

(Thanks to Unholy Slacker)

THEY MUST HAVE WAZE

Massive flock of sheep has been walking in a circle for 12 days straight in China

(Thanks to pharmaross and The Amazing Steve, who says "Also happened to me when picking someone up at the Miami airport.")

HE IS VERY RELIABLE

‘Psychic’ ferret predicts how England will do in first World Cup match

(Thanks to John Lobert)

AND IN MIAMI SPORTS

Booby Trap Strip Club Makes Competing $5 Million Offer for Miami Heat Arena Naming Rights

(Thanks to paharmaross)

ROGER THAT

Stay away and don't eat dead whales, warns DFO

(Thanks to Ralph)

WE’LL STICK WITH ‘IT’S A SMALL WORLD’

Disney Is Trying To Build The First Ever Roller Coaster That Jumps Off The Track And Flies Through The Air – Engineers Say It’s ‘Theoretically’ Possible

(Thanks to Ralph)

THIS WOULD BE MORE IMPRESSIVE IF IT HAPPENED AFTER TAKEOFF

Pilot hangs out of cockpit window to retrieve passenger's phone

(Thanks to Steve K)

LIFE IS TOUGH IN THE SWAMP

Florida photographer snaps image of heron flying off with baby alligator

(Thanks to Robert Moats)

 
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