"Also the ghost is named ‘Mario’, and announces himself with an ‘it’s-a me’."
5 Insane Ways People Are Actually Trying to Be Ghost Hunters
#3. Spooky Basement Haunted by Ghost That Was Apparently a Huge Portal Fan
"The cake is a lie," [paranormal expert Jim] Pace assures us, is a historical reference meaning "the promised reward never happened." Apparently, some moaning spirit angrily slashed that message onto the chalkboard to express its bitter regret over having died before dessert was served. However, a basic Google search will tell you that "the cake is a lie" is actually a reference to the popular video game Portal, a fact we are amazed no intern in that news station managed to point out.
@cyriaquelamar: “As a promo in the 1970s, Jim Beam sold their horrid whiskey in horrid King Kong shaped bottles. I bought one, because I enjoy stupid things.”
Spend some time with your Uncle (and Aunt?) Miltie.
The 5 Most Baffling Hair Metal Videos of All Time
#5. Ratt — “Round and Round”
It begins at a stuffy dinner party full of prim and proper folks whom you fully expect to hate all things loud and hairy. Ratt sneaks up to the attic and begins to play… Naturally, the stuffy old people … love it? And not only do they love it, two of them get pretty quivery in the loins over it. An old dude who looks exactly like Prince Charles (and is comedy legend Milton Berle) leers at a Monty Python actor in drag (also comedy legend Milton Berle — his nephew was the band’s manager at the time, you see), who caresses her boobs in terrifying anticipation. The two then run off to fuck, and you never see them again.
Is there any way I could get the angler fish/solar system picture from the fifth chapter of the De-Textbook as a shirt? I have a need.
Heck of an idea. That photo's fantastic.
We take t-shirt pitches directly from smart/funny people like you in our forums. This one’s not quite a Photoplasty you’d like to see on a shirt but that might be the best thread to post it in (or else find out where it actually should get posted).
We also run contests for original shirt ideas and we throw big bucks and credit at the winners, so do watch for those and try to take our money.
Mr. Mink thinks he sees an 18-wheel food truck.
5 Animal Rights Campaigns That Managed to Screw Over Animals
#4. Activists Release Minks from a Fur Farm, Horror Ensues
The eco-terrorism group Animal Liberation Front took it upon themselves to free 10,000 minks from a fur farm in Sultan, Washington, back in 2003. On paper, this probably seemed like a no-brainer … but the minks had absolutely no idea how to function outside of the farm. For example, hundreds of them were run over by cars within the first few hours of their release. Every meal they’d ever had up to that point had been delivered to them via a motorized cart, so they’d come to associate deliciousness with the sound of an approaching internal combustion engine and bounded gaily into traffic expecting Mink Treats.