Strange how quickly public opinion changes. This madness would be funnier if I didn’t have to live through it:
An unlikely figure makes it on the wall of shame for a local convenience store in Denver, Colorado: Closer inspection of the picture reads “Beef Jerky Thief (Good Boy)”: Apparently, the thief in question belongs to a regular customer of the store, and has indeed attempted to steal the merchandise from the beef jerky aisle … More Wall of Shame
An American couple from Ohio, Phil and Amanda, was having a photo shoot at their farm. The focus of the shoot was meant to be Amanda, who was pregnant and about a week away from giving birth, but the photo shoot was crashed by one of the horses on the farm, who appeared to totally … More Equine Party Crasher
Such a strange world we live in: “I just wanted to smell women’s shoes,” he said. Aichi prefecture in central Japan seems to be a hot spot for weird criminal activity these days, between people selling modified Pokémon from a hacked game, stealing piano covers from schools, and slashing women’s car tires. And now we … More Japanese Man Arrested for Stealing Women’s Shoes and Replacing Them with New Ones
Maybe culling all those feral cats wasn’t such a good idea, Australia: In Australia’s defense, if you pay close attention to government policies and politics in general, most western countries seem to operate in a similarly shorted sighted manner.
Despite how corporations always harp about the importance of leadership and teamwork, there are certain sorts of leadership and teamwork they’ll stomp out like a rhino stomps out a fire: The woman’s facial expression in the third panel is the best.
The weekly schedule at a random local church in the U.S. Despite the title of the sermon for the week, one can’t help but feel dubious toward its claims:
A picture paints a thousand words. The poor lion is not just abused by the wife – based on his facial expression, you can tell he’s not even allowed to complain!
In light of the ongoing trial of Derek Chauvin, a police officer, over his involvement of the death of George Floyd, one can’t help but notice all of it is simply part of a larger urban life cycle often seen certain American cities:
A young man who worked as a computer technician details one of his most bizarre encounters while visiting the home of a client: