Oh, I will definitely agree with this. And I’m sure Don in Massachusetts will, too.
You have got to admit, this is pretty clever.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one. It’s a “groaner” alright.
Virginia TV CBS 6 meteorologist Aaron Justus decided to have some fun on Saturday by spicing up the weather forecast. The forecast starts out like any other forecast with Aaron standing in front of a map. However, rather than the normal summer weather, he warns up a volcanic eruption which will produce a temperature of 400 degrees in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Remember those cute little Disney characters we all grew up with? Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Donald, Pluto, Goofy, and one of the Beagle Boys? Every wondered what they would look like if they “go bad”? Well, I never have either, but freelance artist Darko Kreculj from Pancevo, Serbia, has. Here are his illustrations on his visions of Gangsta Disney Ghetto….
Note the skull between Pluto’s feet….
Freddie W is a special effects artist and I follow his YouTube channel. Some videos are awesome! Others are so-so. This one is not one of his norms since his special effects are more along the lines of gaming, such as explosions and the like.
But this is too funny not to share. Make sure to watch it to the surprise “bass” ending…. Now excuse me while I go roll on the floor laughing some more. And just a heads-up here… this is one of those “so stupid it’s funny” videos. Do not expect award winning anything here. Just chill and go with the flow.
With the heat wave soaring into the three-digits across the country, this is no laughing matter. Power grids are pushed to their limit; many people live without any cooling system; and violent storms with 80-mph gusts toppled trees, cut power lines and killed six people in Virginia alone – also leaving millions of people without power to cool their homes.
Although the extreme heat in and of itself is nothing to scoff at, sometimes humor is all we have to make it through these historic temperatures. Showpaper magazine is a New York-based free bi-weekly print-only publication, which lists and promotes every all-ages & DIY show in the NYC / Tri-state area. They recently installed a melting newsstand in front of the bookstore Printed Matter as the summer heat begins to crank up.
One thing about tattoos, there is no eraser. No “delete” or “back” key. No “control + z” (keyboard command for undo). A tattoo is not an etch-a-sketch… you cannot shake it and start over. Romney has the patent on that.
Before getting a tattoo with any text of any type, it is highly recommended that a spell check is completed before the needle hits the skin. Google it. Grammar check it. If you and/or the artist’s English is not very strong, write it down and find someone whose English IS strong – neighbor, friend, teacher, librarian, convenience store clerk – and double/triple check the hell out of it. Have the paper with the CORRECT text right there next to the artist. Tic off each letter as the artist progresses. An ounce of prevention is worth a forever-lasting misspelled tattoo. When it comes to lettering, cover-ups just don’t do very well.
RE/MAX agent Jake Palmer had been sitting on a listing for quite some time. Shortly after Christmas last year, an offer on the house was made and accepted, and the couple who currently owns the home packed their items in preparation to move out once the sale was closed upon. Shortly before the date that the sale was to be finalized, the buyer backed out and forfeited the offer, leaving the homeowners in a pickle.
The “Sold” banner had to be removed from the sale sign in the house’s yard, and any real estate agent will tell you how difficult it is to reintroduce a house to the market after it was considered sold. Potential buyers naturally presume something is wrong with the property. Haunted often crosses people’s minds. So the listing grew stale with little interest. Jake needed to do something soon with this house, so he became rather creative.
It’s time to take a break from the news and everything else which tires one’s mind. Kick back and hopefully a couple of the funnies below will put a smile on your face and produce a chuckle or two. There are also a few “awwww’s” to warm your heart.
Clicking on any of the images will enlarge it to full size. Hit “back” button to return for the rest. Hmmm… good opportunity for a quick quiz…. When clicking on an image, do you prefer to have the enlarged image appear in the same tab, thus having to hit “back” to return? Or do you prefer when the image opens in a NEW tab? Just curious. When it comes to images, I prefer the same tab. But when it is a link to another article, I prefer a new tab. I am curious about your preference, though. Please leave me a comment. Thanks!
Photo credit: Me, Motley News & Photos
Location: Madrid NM
Well, here we go. Another Monday, another work week. I really need to make the jump and start working for myself… then I will never have any Mondays since what I am planning to do I do not consider work – it’s fun!
Anyway, not quite there yet. So in the meantime, I still have the right to piss and moan that it’s Monday. And hope that the funnies here will help put a smile on your face if you’re hating Mondays, too. And even if you don’t hate Mondays. Funnies of all kinds. Stupid people, dogs, cats, cartoons, “groaners,” some political… a Motley – since that’s what this site is about. Motley = variety; diversity.
Ahhhh… finally. I picked through over 700 photos I took at a local agility trial, trashed the bad ones, then picked out some of the better to process (I shoot in raw format) and here they are. I mean, it’s only been nearly three months since I took them…. (sheepish grin)
Now, for those who are not familiar with canine agility, other than having seen it on TV, it is FUN!!! The dogs LOVE it! And should a trainer start a noobie dog and realize the dog is not interested, nor finds any enjoyment, then the trainer ceases agility with that dog. We never force any of our beloved pets into any sport if they’re not loving it. The idea is companionship, fun, and the challenge of the course as well as racing against the clock as well as other dog’s times in the advanced levels.
What is the “Cinnamon Challenge”? Well, glad you asked. Basically, it is simply taking one tablespoon of cinnamon and attempt to swallow it. Since the early 2000s, the game has become well-known for its extreme difficulty and thousands of videos with people attempting the challenge have been uploaded onto YouTube. Most results are either the challenger emitting a puff of cinnamon powder, or vomiting. Now, before we go any further, the videos below do not include that latter – I do not particularly like to watch people throwing up, and I’m sure most of you don’t either. In fact, that is what made me turn off Jackass The Movie after about 15 minutes.
I found this Wikipedia page to be very humorous – and many items debated really had some valid points. Basically, these are issues which been debated over and over again on what would be correct for that Wiki page. For example, the spelling for the chemical element sulfur… is it “sulfur” or “sulphur”? I checked, and they both come up, but “sulphur” points to “sulfur” so apparently the “f” spelling won out, but both spellings are recognized in the page.
Here are some Facebook FAILS that are too funny not to share. Even if you are not a Facebooker, you have to admit, some of these are pretty good. A few are due to not catching the phone’s spell-check before posting, but most are because the person posting is simply not the sharpest knife in the drawer. Their elevator doesn’t go to the top floor. The light’s on but no one’s home. A few screws short of a hardware store. About as sharp as a marble. Alright, that’s enough. Here they are….
This is too funny. When video recording their pet Spaniel, the owners set the camera down on the floor. Why, I have no clue. But their pooch decided that he wanted his shot at doing some filming and picks it up in his mouth. Fortunately, camera-dog managed to pick up the camera and hold it in just the right position so you see a forward shot of him running around the house playing keep away, and catch glimpses of humans attempting to catch camera-dog.
Hilarious viral video on how to wake up a sleeping 3-year old in the back seat of a car. Home video out of Norway (I believe). From the story in the comments, the last time they went to wake up the child, he was very grumpy and cranky. Therefore this time around, they decided to treat him to the “alarm clock” of “Breed” by Nirvana.
Video now has over 3 million hits after being uploaded on April 25, 2012.
A fellow Facebook friend posted this earlier today. He runs a wolf and wolf-hybrid rescue out on the east coast. I thought it was so funny that I had to share. In working with dog rescue, there are times I can completely identify.
LMAO…you know it might be time for a shower when you smell wolf and look around for one and realize..its you..!!!! I gotta find some water…lol!!!
The original video was uploaded in Japan on Dec. 16, 2011, without any music (shown below). It now has over 4 million hits on it. Title translate (with Google Translator) as “Debacle diving cat.”
It appears as though the pressure is too much for Romney. A shocking story swept through the news revealing how Romney was a bully in high school and chopped off another student’s hair. Phillip Maxwell, who is now an attorney and still considers Romney an old friend, witnessed Romney hold the scissors to cut the hair of a student who was being physically pinned to the ground by several others. Maxwell continued to describe the incident which he witnessed with his own eyes (like he’s going to witness it with someone else’s eyes?), “It was a hack job … clumps of hair taken off.” The victim was a student who displayed effeminate actions and Romney thought the student was gay.
Ah, yes. Wednesday has arrived once again. Time for some funnies to help us get through Hump Day and the rest of the week.
When you are done and have read all the “Did you know’s…”, please click on “Page 2″ (right below the slideshow) for a little treat. It will only make sense if you go through and read all the slides.