In Russia, there’s a saying for never knowing what metaphorical demons someone is battling: “You don’t know what kind of cockroaches they have in their head.” Well, for one woman in Chennai, India, that saying turned out to be a little more literal. According to
1. The puppy love. Your puppy love, or crush, is where those butterflies in the stomach, sweaty palms, and embarrassing stutters originate from. No. You’ve never even kissed, maybe held hands. If you’re lucky to be acquainted with this one, you’re both likely to be
Puppies and kittens for Christmas? How boring and uninspired. This year, get your very own pet jellyfish gliding languorously around a desktop-sized jellyfish tank (a $366 value)! About Jellyfish Art Tanks Jellyfish Art produces fully-equipped jellyfish tanks and kits that have received accolades ranging from
Actual motorcycle helmets modeled after Predator. File this under “Very cool”, but also “Potentially creepy”. Outside of Halloween, social caution is advised. http://www.thisiswhyimbroke.com/predator-motorcycle-helmet Also note that the posting is from the website www.ThisIsWhyImBroke.com. LOL! No sh*t.
A 32-year-old man who died after downing dozens of roaches and worms last month to win a python at a Florida reptile store choked to death, medical officials said Monday. Edward Archbold died “as a result of asphyxia due to choking and aspiration of gastric
(Reuters) – Only two memories brought tears to Sun Yaoting’s eyes in old age — the day his father cut off his genitals, and the day his family threw away the pickled remains that should have made him a whole man again at death.
Cat’s “Sixth Sense” Predicting Death?, Nursing Home Cat Named Oscar Seems to Know When Death Is Near
(WebMD) Predicting the death of a patient, even an elderly, demented one, is an inexact science, even for a doctor with decades of medical experience. But a cat in a Providence, R.I., nursing home, an animal shelter refugee named Oscar, seems to have a sixth
CNN — Your husband, an avid gamer and techie, dies of a heart attack, leaving his vast online life – one you don’t know much about – in limbo. His accounts, to which you don’t know the passwords, go idle. His e-mails go unanswered, his