Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by YosemiteSam, Jul 12, 2019.
Loud fart gives away suspect's hiding spot to police
That might be the lamest reporting I've ever heard.
That story stinks.
Reminds me of that Family Guy episode where Peter is trying to quietly eat chips in the attic next to Anne Frank.
usually gives alot of things away.
Mom arrested for driving with inflatable pool on car -- with kids inside
"During the course of the investigation it was learned that Yeager drove into town to inflate the pool at a friends’ house and had her two juvenile daughters ride inside of the empty pool to hold it down on their drive home," police said.
Area 51. That's all I need to say.
You can buy some bath water from some random gal, get it while you can!
,,ya,I saw that header,also
* I recall riding home on the roof of the wife's car after watching the 4th of July fireworks show, once,
**I really think it triggered a flashback up in the wheelhouse
People bought it. People actually bought it. Stop the planet, I want to get off of it.
I love that they give the woman's name, and show a picture of her car with the license plate blacked out. I know the picture was from a police tweet, but it's still kinda funny.
I wonder how far the drive was, and how fast she was going. I also wonder why she can afford a newer model Audi, but can't afford a more traditional method of having her pool inflated at home.
German woman tries to buy car with cash she printed at home
It's good to know that stupidity transcends borders.
Husband gives wife cake in the shape of her favorite thing, an Amazon delivery box: 'My husband gets me'
Escaped Cow causes Chaos in Irish town
heh I posted this thread because I felt a story was stupidly funny. It's turning out to be a good thread with all the participation.
Great work guys!
Home Market frozen meatballs recalled
(CNN) — Thousands of pounds of frozen meatballs sold in 10 states are being recalled, the US Department of Agriculture announced.
The government says Home Market Foods Inc. of Massachusetts is recalling 53,217 pounds of Cooked Perfect Brand Homestyle Meatballs. They contain milk and wheat, "known allergens" not on the product label, the government said in a statement Thursday.