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This dude SOOOO got what he deserved…as Nelson would say…Ha-HA!


I’ve always kind of believed that little kids don’t really like clowns…and now there’s been a study that proves it!!!!!

Wal-Mart just keeps coming up with new ways to act like a giant, corporate JERK.
I loathe wallyworld.

Okay, if you’ve read my blog before, you already know that I am a HUGE fan of irony….so, despite the morbid nature of this story, I can’t help but enjoy it. It’s irony at its ultimate endpoint. It’s almost hard to believe that it’s not an urban myth.

Once again, I am awash in schadenfreude!!!
The main story, of course, is that Britney Spears’ little sister, a 16-year-old star on Nickelodeon, is pregnant.

But the funny part is this….

I can’t decide what’s funnier – the fact that the woman who raised that trainwreck Britney thought she actually had the legitimate history to write a PARENTING book – or the fact that the publisher suddenly woke up and said “Wait! We have to put this book on hold now.” NOW the publisher suddenly realizes there might be an integrity issue!! Where was that before, when they actually gave her an advance to write the book in the first place???!?!?!?!

Ahhh, schadenfreude. (I know it’s bad karma, but sometimes I just can’t help myself!)

I appreciate this guy’s creativity and his ability, but the end product is as creepy to me as the real deal.
You’ll have to scroll down to see the completed spiders after the jump.
Yuck. Spiders of any kind. Yuck.

One of my favorite toys as a kid
(I think it was a favorite because my cousins had it and I didn’t, so it had that elusive quality to it – and you know, the getting is sometimes better than the having.

And, apparently, if you use the code on this page, you can play with Spirograph now, too. Of course, it doesn’t seem to be working right when I’m trying to put the code in this blog entry, so good luck.

…while you’re eating lunch at your desk….try this puppy out and see how far down the ‘endless‘ page you can go….once again, good ol’ Will at clicked provides a fine bit o’ entertainment…

Nice to see this in writing. It would help a lot of situations if more extroverts understood these things about introverts.

Good ol’ Will from Clicked. He posted one of my favorite entertainment memories from childhood on Wednesday.
And I loved it so much as a kid that I had to link it here too!
Me-nah me-nah…