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Beat boxing and evening gowns are a sight we never thought we'd see, but the two came together in the 2012 Miss World Talent Competition in the form of one Miss Philippines. We're not sure what those noises are in between her beats but she seems to hold her own. Oh it's a post, post, post modern world.
This video is hilarious! Nothing we could write here could come close to any of this man's brilliant one liners. Welcome to Eric Kelly's Church Street Boxing Gym where Eric has little faith in his clients and isn't afraid to tell it like it is. The problem? Because of the gym's location it's clientele consists mostly of wall street guys whom Eric feels have no business up in his world, "You don't see me going down to wall street, picking up a brief case and trying to type do you? Cuz that's not what I do, i beat the f*ck outta people, ya know what I mean?" (Sure. Because that's what wall street people do, type. ) Watch on...
Keeps other cat in box.
Takes down dog.
This little guy doesn't want to lose his box.
This is how it's done.
Adorable and with the perfect soundtrack.
And yet, he doesn't seem to care.
Isn't it great when animals even the score.
Here's Battlestar Galactica star Grace Park walking almost naked along the beach. Sure, she's pretending to surf, but really what she's doing is trying to make boners across the internet explode. It's certainly possible, and maybe it's even happened to you right now. We don't blame you. We keep our penis in an iron box to prevent it from exploding outside our pants. TMI? Yes. BUT COME ON, YOU WANTED TO KNOW, DIDN'T YOU?
She needs to lose some weight, right?
Yeah, look at her stomach. There are some definte fat rolls we see there. Someone quick, SPEED DIAL BIGGEST LOSER! Jillian Michaels needs to get here fast!
The response to the Epic Beard Man video on YouTube has reached "epic" proportions (get it!?!), so much so that YouTube has modified their comment system to help commenters better understand the type of things they should write in response to the fight video. The changes are highlighted below in the pretty red box and they seem to be working, check it out for yourself. Great job, YouTube!
I was saddened to learn of the plight of Hollywood polymath Kevin Smith. It is unfortunate that as the world grows in size, airplane seating remains mired in an age of smaller, trimmer bee-hinds. Having been a Southwest fanatic since being old enough to purchase airfare, I would like to suggest amending the customers-of-size policy before a tsunami of lawsuits overflows my favorite airline much like customers’ cheeseburgers overflow your armrests.
I have always been perplexed by the arbitrary rules chiseled into air-travel. 50lb bags are ok but 50+a pair of shoes = $25. The armrest rule makes sense but the width of the armrests seems narrow for the times and the overhead compartments have been whittled into wedges that discourage no one from stuffing in their bulging closets. We need change. The country wants it. And being who you are, it should be you to trailblaze.
Unlike politics where the goal is to grow bigger and spend more, business change can happen economically. At your core, your business is little different from that of any parcel service. You shuttle parcels from point A to point B for profit. Yours only happen to have heartbeats. And whiney demands. And peanut allergies. But at the very very core, the business is the same. The heavier the load and the larger its dimensions, the higher the cost of freight. It simply costs more to ship Mr. Smith and his colleagues in circumference than a group of people gymnast-sized.
So how best to handle arbitrary body-sizes? Formulaically.
At the curb-side checkin, Southwest should install scales where the passenger, with all baggage will be weighed. The total weight is the burden of the airline based on which the fuel is purchased. Computers will also size up both the person and the carry-on and decide how best to seat them and how much space will be required to make things comfortable for everyone. Customers-of-width can easily be seated next to customers-of-length without too much negative effect. Since size is arbitrary, so should be the armrest widths, and all passengers can have the option to purchase as much width as they like on top of their required minimum. Analogy would be choosing the right-sized box for your parcel except the parcel is yourself. It must cover your shipment but beyond that, your box can be as big as your budget allows. All collected data will boil down to a price which would be the passenger’s fare. Those watching in horror as a Mr. Smith-size person lumbers towards that middle-seat will know that even though the flight will be unpleasant, Mr. Smith paid more for his than they did. He should considering his greater burden. Given that we humans are fairness-minded apes, that knowledge alone would make things better. At least until the TSA requires stasis for air travel at which point you’ll just be able to stack us up any which way. Just don’t beak our legs like you do our roller-wheels.
Love & Bacon Grease,
Helga Mohammed el-Salami
SFF - Southwest Fan Forever
Me and Kevin, right before he ate that child.
Ready for your brain to be melted? We've found 4 of the craziest Optical Illusions on the internet. When I sent these to my Mom and her friends, they were blown away. Almost immediatly, all of them ran to their internets, fired up AOL 5.0 and sent off a chainletter to everyone they knew. Subject line: IF YOU DON'T SEND THESE OPTICAL ILLUSIONS TO TEN PEOPLE YOU'LL GET THE HERP. Such sweet people. But seriously, these are some of the best Optical Illusions anywhere and they'll leave you completely baffled. The mind, it's a crazy, miraculous thing.
1. In this optical illusion, all of the grey lines are parallel to each other.
2. This is the same type of illusion as above. All of the lines are parallel to each other, and all of the boxes are correct squares with 90 degree angles.
3. See the squiggly black lines? Yeah, they're not squiggly. They are completely straight. Your mind: it's effing with you.
4. This is the optical illusion that really got us. That circle is not a circle. It's a Triangle. Don't believe us? Hold your head close to the screen and take a closer look. It's a freaking triangle, dude.