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:
A zoo in Japan recently placed a bristle brush inside their hedgehog exhibit, along with the message stating that due to the cold weather, the hedgehog is staying inside a custom warm enclosure (possibly hibernating?), so they have prepared the brush there as a substitute “because they all look the same anyway. Hedgehog will be … More Substitute Hedgehog
When a rather rotund young lady overestimates her value on the dating market on what appears to be Twitter:
A Japanese gentleman recently had a fight with his wife. The day after, when he’s getting ready to eat his lunch at work, he finds the following tragic lunchbox, which he shared on Twitter: A young man still attending school shared a similar story with a lunchbox he received from his mother the day after … More Hell Hath No Lunch Like One Made by a Woman Scorned
One of the few occasions when the internet slang “clown world” is not an exaggeration: Leslie Morgan White, 34, a morbidly obese man who has a history of heart problems called 911 last week after feeling intense pain in his chest. White was brought to the St-Mathews Medical Center where he was immediately transferred to … More Man sues Kentucky hospital for $1.2M after doctors accidentally performed C-Section on him
An amusing comic on the food dishes eaten in certain Nordic countries: Pictured below, pickled herrings, which admittedly doesn’t sound that bad: “Rotten shark meat” dish from Iceland, aka Hákarl, which sounds like a hell of an acquired taste:
Despite advances in surveillance technology, there are still places where older tech are still deployed, and even preferred:
The start of a devious new Christmas tradition? Perhaps the young lady is onto something here.