The party was promoted by urging denizens of the college town to come immediately for “decontamination and quarantine” and, presumably, drink specials.
A South American lungfish was removed from the anus of a Brazilian man who supposedly tried to have a good time with the fish but that didn’t go so hot.
The first episode of Earthling Cinema talks about “Fight Club.”
“We hired a director,” Reubens told Fallon. “I can’t say [his/her name] yet. We’re gonna start in February.”
An orgy? No. But sexually positive and set in a country where prostitution is legal? Bingo.
I couldn’t see what was going on,” Barbara Bowman said. “When it was over, I ran out of the room and threw up.”
“He put his arms out and started walking toward me,” the victim’s owner said. “Honestly, the whole time I thought there was a bomb or gun and he was going to take it out and do a massacre.”
As the Ebola body count continues to rise in west Africa, Americans are preparing for one of the best party nights of the year. And some sultry mamas are still scrounging for costumes to don.
Jonny Wilson, the one-man show behind Eclectic Method, tore up the reels of Ivan Reitman’s 1984 scare comedy to slime your monitor with a funky substance known as RE-MIX!
In Ireland, several locations of Tesco supermarkets have stocked their shelves with buttermilk cartons. Buttermilk cartons with packaging that resemble a giant set of cock and balls, that is.
Curious if the “Smelly Mexican” or “Ugly Jew” costumes have sold out yet?
Never has foul language been more SFW.
Remember that video of the college marching band that crushed that cover of Rage Against the Machine’s “Killing in the Name”? Well, this is a different one.
Oh, and she also broke up with him.
In Spartanburg, South Carolina, Karla Farmer got busted for shoplifting items from a “love unit” at Spencer’s Gifts in the WestGate Mall.