March 4, 2009

Impromptu Trysts

ye kissa kissi ek kiss ka....
A Tyneside woman deliberately bit off her boyfriend's tongue during a drunken birthday kiss, a court has heard. They were celebrating Mr Coghill's 45th birthday at his Newcastle bedsit in October 2008, when she grew upset because she was not pregnant.
Never know where a kiss may lead! Elsewhere,
A couple who were caught on CCTV cameras simulating sex to torment their neighbours have both been given two-year restraining orders. They were convicted of causing harassment without violence last month.
Also, if you have the above problem... i.e. you have neighbours simulating or actually indulging in sex (to torment you or for their own enjoyment), please do not throw eggs at them. Might get them more excited!
Rotten eggs? 
Scientists say the smell of rotten eggs is arousing for men and could be used to create an alternative to Viagra.
And you know what they say about people with big ears! They turn customers off!? WTF!!
A Chinese company requires job applicants to show their ears during interviews.  The Wuhan-based building materials firm says it wants to make sure their appearance won't have a negative effect on customers.
Not sure about Chinese and their ears, but someone better check out this Chinese guy's eye lids!
A Chinese man pulled a car by a rope attached only to his eyelids for more than five metres.
Yang Guanghe performs his magic /Quirky China News

Sometimes a worm is exactly what it is!
A Somerset man suspected a worm virus when his computer crashed - but was shocked to learn the problem was a real wom. Mark Taylor called out an IT repairmen who found a five inch earthworm inside his laptop.
And one last note...

A US grandmother with 23 ex-husbands has been recognised as the most married woman in the world. Linda Wolfe, 68, who first wed at 16, admits she became "addicted to the romance" of getting hitched. The best lover was Jack Gourley, who liked skinny dipping and impromptu trysts. She wed him three times.
Alrighty then... ;)

No comments:

Not one more refugee death, by Emmy Pérez

And just like that, my #NPM2018 celebrations end with  a poem  today by Emmy Pérez. Not one more refugee death by Emmy Pérez A r...