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Posted: Yesterday, 3:44pm

This is a good one! I'm sure you've been in a McDonalds late at night after clubs or pubs close their doors and there are often lots of really drunk people around. Some people think that they are invincible and also in control of their co-ordination even after drinking lots of alcohol - but clearly not. This bloke decides to get aggressive and head butts another customer - security guard doesn't really do much and a bit of a scuffle and knock-out ensues..

I suppose you can't really blame the security guard as they are paid very little and why risk their life for a pittance. The kick in the head though when the guy was out cold was out of order!

Posted: Yesterday, 3:21pm
A 38 year old scottish woman recently went to hospital complaining of shaking, severe weight loss and mile incontinence for a "few weeks". After examining her further, the doctors discovered a strange foreign object sticking into her bladder from her vagina. It appears that 10 years ago - yes you read it right - under the influence of too many drinks she'd used a 5 inch long sex toy/vibrator. As she was drunk, she couldn't remember taking it out afterwards - but obviously hadn't. Due to a rare m...
Posted: Thursday, 4 September 2014 @ 11:31
Here is an example of a pretty much perfect crime.  Within 50 seconds the thief is away and no-one noticed. Watch it all to the end though! Seen anything better? Get in touch....
Posted: Monday, 25 August 2014 @ 12:51
Those of you living in warmer climates are lucky in that you get sun/heat pretty much inline with the seasons.  For those of you living in the UK (which is England, Scotland, Northern Ireland or Wales for those of you who missed geography lessons in school), you'll know that it really is hit and miss what the weather is like. As a child, a remember summer holidays being hot, being sunny and you could be out in shorts and a t-shirt every day.  These days it is completely different and a...
Posted: Saturday, 9 August 2014 @ 17:08
There aren't many times that I've come across things on the internet that I've never seen before.  Most things are a slight variation of something you can easily find in thousands of other websites but we have just come across this: It is defined a vee string - or effectively a strap-on vagina (or labia if you wanted to be anatomically correct). My first thought was "bloody hell - never seen something like that before" - and then quickly to "who in hell would buy one of those".. For thos...
Posted: Friday, 1 August 2014 @ 08:50
This little gaming console was the first and most popular of its kind (almost 119 million sold to date) when it came out on 31st July 1989 (although was sold in Japan earlier in the year).  It took batteries, but could also be recharged via a power supply if you used rechargeable batteries. The one I had came with Tetris - and the monochrome green screen had shapes falling, minimal buttons for control - but you could swap the cartridge for other games - like Pokémon and Super Ma...
Posted: Sunday, 27 July 2014 @ 14:28
Commonwealth Games are well underway - The Queen photobombs a selfie and England winning a few gold medals in the first few days. Australia head the medals table but no sign of the United States in the top 10! A few things we know this week but didn't last week.... Landmines planted on the coasts during the Falklands War accidentally created penguin sanctuaries. The penguins are too light to detonate the mines, so they live and breed safely. The sanctuaries are so popular and profitable that t...
Posted: Thursday, 24 July 2014 @ 19:50
As a teenager you may have dreamt of finding an older woman, or cougar, but a news story today shows a 9 year old African boy renewing his marriage vows with his 63 year old wife.  They have already been married for a year! The boy claimed a year ago that his dead relatives told him to get married - and he carried out their wishes with a pensioner.  Ironically, her first husband was at the ceremony too - he is 66 years old.  The boy's mother is only 47 and old enough to be his wif...
Many of the bigger ISPs in the UK (such as BT, Sky, VirginMedia, TalkTalk) offer child-friendly filters that can be installed to stop a variety of sites from being accessed by children - including pornography, self harm, politically sensitive sites, terrorism and drug taking. For new customers, they had to explicitly opt-out of the filter, but for existing customers they had to explicitly opt-in.  At present, only 1 in 7 households are using the filters with usage as low as 5% for some ISPs...
Posted: Tuesday, 22 July 2014 @ 13:04
WTF!!?? I really hate snakes - not sure why and not had any bad experiences with them, but jeez they really are creepy animals. I came across this video, a bit old, but this sleeping baby (probably less than 12 months old) is sleeping on a bed and there are four cobras on the same bed rearing up and look to be protecting him. The baby also rolls around a bit and knocks into one of them.. This is so so stupid on so many levels - even though I guess the poison must have been removed from th...
Posted: Monday, 21 July 2014 @ 08:15
Ever been a victim of Rickrolling?  It is basically when you send someone a message with a bait link - to try and get them to click on it.  However the link is through to singer Rick Astley's music video from his 1987 song "never gonna give you up". Up to know the original video has racked up over 71 million views - but the original has now been blocked by YouTube without explanation in several countries across the world including USA. We have found popular version which hasn't yet bee...
Posted: Sunday, 20 July 2014 @ 14:55
It has been quite warm here over the last week (which is rare for the UK), and some incredible thunderstorms over the last few nights.  Skies lit up completely, very loud claps on thunder and then torrential rain.  This is of course nothing compared to many parts of the world, but quite novel when it doesn't happen often where you live! Things we don't do any more Ring the speaking clock Buy Radio Times or TV Times Make mix-tapes Have a phone-book to remember all your friends numbe...
Pope Francis has been quoted as saying "about 2%" of clergy (meaning deacons, priests, bishops etc) in the Catholic Church are paedophiles. Some might be surprised that the figure is this low - but he also said that the abuse of children was like "leprosy" - no shit! There are about 414,000 priests in total around the world making the 2% the Pope estimates as there being 8,000 paedophile priests. Last year Pope Francis strengthened the Vatican's laws against child abuse and earlier this month be...
Posted: Monday, 14 July 2014 @ 14:16
Something similar to this is doing the rounds on reddit - but I first heard this years ago. An old man, in his 90s was having his bi-annual checkup at the doctors. When asked how fit and well he was feeling he said: "I have never been better! I've got an twenty year old wife who is pregnant and having my child. What do you think about that for a person of my age!?" The doctor though about this briefly and said "Let me tell you a story. I knew a guy who was an avid hunter and he never missed an o...
Posted: Saturday, 12 July 2014 @ 09:21
We came across this today.  It is really good the way the two female players help each other up (none of this biting lark that you see footballers doing).  Check out the not so subtle fondling around the 17 second mark.  
Posted: Friday, 11 July 2014 @ 23:06
Bloody ages ago in the early 2000's, Blogwars.com hit the internet with content that shocked most of us - and when I say us, I mean anyone who stumbled across the site.  I was one of those and do recall visiting the site to see what new stuff had been posted. Stile, the site's owner at the time, presented us with regular intriguing, shocking, thought provoking posts covering everything from Goatse man, "Borat anthem played in Kazhak sporting victory", "Mom gets a kid a stripper for his birt...

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