Tuesday, 29 April 2008

Never use pets name as a password

funny dog pictures
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7 deadly homemade weedkillers

It's that time of year again and I'm being plagued by moss (the rockery wall - not myself). I've tried scrubbing it off but there's 80 or so feet and I'm a bit of a lazy sod. I found this website, might give some of these a try. Here's a few photos of what's in bloom at the minute (not much).

Andy & Lou

One for Kimberly. If you liked Daffyd, you'll love Andy.

Friday, 25 April 2008

Strange deformities

You think you have it bad until you see these

Via Look At This...

Dumbass at Best Buy

Via Bits & Pieces

TV mishaps


I've been tagged

AmyOops tagged me today.
Each player starts with 8 random facts/habits about themselves.
At the end of your post you need to tag 8 people and include their names.
I'll not bother tagging anyone this time as I did this a few months ago. Here's 8 random facts about me.

1. On my first day at school on excusing myself to go to the toilet, I told the teacher "I have to pish"
2. Tomorrow I finish a 55 hour week at work.
3. I had chickenpox when I sat my GCSE's.
4. When I cut my toenails I feed them to the dog.
5. I'm allergic to Betadine.
6. I'm mostly polite, even when I feel like killing.
7. It's my birthday on Sunday (which I will be working)
8. I talk like a farmer.

Canadiens vs Flyers

Sunday, 20 April 2008

Shit drivers

I left my car overnight at the train station and returned to find bits of it missing. There was a note on the window with a phone number which there is no answer to, so far.

Paramedics in training - You're in good hands.

Invisible neck!

Via Weird things

Cheese rolling

Cheese-Rolling at Cooper's Hill Gloucester is held annually on Spring Bank Holiday Monday. The slope has a gradient that is in places 1-in-2 and in others 1-in-1, its surface is very rough and uneven and it is almost impossible to remain on foot for the descent. Injuries incurred are usually minor and competitors (particularly the successful ones) enter again year after year.

The 5 downhill races are held at twenty minute intervals, one is a ladies' race.

Between the downhill races there are also uphill races., one for boys of 12 years and under, one for girls and an 'open' race there is an open mens and open womens uphill race too!

Obviously no cheeses are rolled, but a small cheese is the prize for the winner of each race.

Via Small Bits & Pieces

Last ever footage of Laurel and Hardy in 1956

Via Bits & Pieces Via Cynical-c From Andy's Blog

Thursday, 17 April 2008

Not Photoshopped


The left-hand side is a mirror, and the right-hand side is clear glass, with Alisha standing on the other side.

Via Bog-Brush

Hamster kills man

A woman is suing a pet shop chain after her husband died of a hamster virus.

Nancy Magee, from the US, claims PetSmart Inc should have warned customers the rodents carry lymphocytic choriomeningitis, a viral infection of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord.

Two other people died of the virus in 2005 after receiving infected organs from the same woman as her husband, Thomas, 54.

Via Metro

Are you with me, Steve?

Reminds me of the fainting goats...only with Steve

Oscar the featherless dancing cockatoo

Via Cynical-C

Clever paper toy

Via Bits & Pieces

Cat shelf

That cats ass would fit perfectly on the end of a steel toe capped boot!


Via A Welsh View

Trapped in an elevator for 41 hours

Nicholas White, a man who spent 41 hours trapped in an elevator after it came to an unexpected stop and decided to not start again:

Via Gorilla Mask

Saturday, 12 April 2008

Spasticville seeks name change

The city administrator of Spasticville, Kansas, said he has applied to the U.S. Geological Survey to have the city's name changed to Trails End.

The administrator said he collected the proper amount of signatures and sent them in with the accompanying forms to apply for the name change.

He said it could be months before researchers analyze the proposal and send it to the U.S. Board on Geographic Names for a decision.

Residents of the Sedgwick County town said accounts vary on how Spasticville got its name, but some theorize it was named for a home for the mentally handicapped that used to be located in the area.

Via Arbroath

Who tall are you?

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Football song writer

Thanks Smout