LONDON is home to many famous landmarks and locations that have a haunted reputation, but the story of Bruce Castle's ghost that is said to make an eerie visit each November certainly gives visitors chills.
Eating breakfast in the shower, sipping tea on the toilet and even taking video calls from the bath are among the weird and wonderful things Brits get up to in the bathroom, according to research. A study of 2,000 adults found 42 percent often escape to the bathroom for a bit of peace and quiet away from the rest of their household.
Dancing like Michael Jackson requires that certain something. 300lbs and flippers aren't features that I'd usually think would qualify, but there's always a first time. We're not sure where this footage was shot, but it is without doubt the best video you'll see of a walrus dancing like Michael Jackson this week.
A Florida man has been arrested for allegedly returning dozens of used enemas to a Jacksonville CVS. The scam is one he had pulled off many times over an extended period of time. The Jacksonville Sheriff's Department launched an investigation after they were tipped off that a man had repeatedly been returning multiple saline laxative enemas to the same CVS. According to a release from the Sheriff's Department the suspect had been returning six pack containers of enemas for more than three months. Employees had been re-shelving the products not realizing they had been used. In early June an employee, Dustin McDonald found it strange that the suspect was bringing back the same item more than once. He decided to do an internal investigations. The Smoking Gun reported that when he opened a few boxes of enemas they were all filled with fluid and that the box had been re-glued to look like it had never been opened. He looked further and found that all the boxes on the shelf were in exactly the same state, having been opened and re-glued shut. McDonald didn't call the cops at that point, until he saw the suspect in the store again trying to return the same item and then he called the cops. The Sheriff's Department sent the bottles to the crime lab and found that they had all been opened and fecal matter was detected on all of them. CVS is contacting anyone they know purchased enemas from the store to return them immediately and in encouraging anyone with information to please come forward.
A viral farm sign says sex, noises and odors are inevitable when you live next to one, and if you don't like it, you ought to move away. We're guessing that the owner of said farm regularly gets complaints about his/her animals making noises, smelling bad and having sex outdoors for everyone to see. It inspired the farmer to make this unique farm sign, warning of sex, noises and odors, and advising anyone who has a problem with it to move away. The tell-it-like-it-is sign warns of the uniquer conditions when living next to a farm and says that unless you can "tolerate noise, odors and outdoor sex, DON'T BUY PROPERTY NEXT TO A FARM." A photo of the sign was by user 0Fucs2Give (something tells us the sign really resonated with that handle's operator) in just under 20 hours. A few comments on the thread show that people complaining about farms they live next to is actually . City slickers relocating to quieter, pastoral settings often call the cops over the smell of manure and even petition to shut down farms in the name of property value. "I work for a city Parks department. People buy houses next to parks then complain about people walking through the park next to their house along the fence. Or buy the property that backs to a park and is closes to a swing set then complain kids on swings can see in their yard. People are not smart," wrote one user. One Redditor joked "Cow sex is hilarious, I don't see how that is a negative selling point for anyone." We might have to agree, there. What do you think of the farm sign warning of sex, noises and odors? Sound off!
A couple were so completely love-struck when they posed for their engagement photo that there was something they just didn't notice, until the photo hit the popular social media forum reddit and started to go viral. While it is unknown who the romantic couple are, or where they are situated, The Mirror Online notes that it is apparent that they were enjoying a good meal at a restaurant when the boyfriend , proposing to the love of his life. They theorize the man had been rehearsing the proposal scenario for months and apparently got it right, because she did say "yes." As they were in a restaurant at the time, the newly-engaged pair then chose to use the nearest tools they had to create the perfect engagement photo. They took a whole load of rice and created each others' initials, separated by a huge and romantic heart. His initials are AN and hers are AL, so you might already see where this is going. Being in a love-struck state as they were, they just didn't notice or think of the consequences and posted the engagement photo online. A redditor found the rather amusing image on Imgur and since then the engagement photo has gone viral, with several thousand reddit users sharing it around. A redditor called Bluebeagle theorized as to what might have occurred."Lets do my initials first, then yours" "No way, that spells out Alan...." "Fine, we can do your's first."Another redditor by the name of ch33s3man suggested, "Maybe they intentionally did it because they have a sense of humor." Whatever the actual series of events involved, they will now definitely need a sense of humor as the resulting engagement photo certainly came out very funny and rather unfortunate, as can be seen below.
What's wrong with this picture? — Ian Croll (@Iancroll1) In similar, equally unfortunate news, Inquisitr recently reported the story of the guy who proposed to his girl in a car, at the drive-thru, by putting an in a chicken sandwich. Needless to say that proposal went horribly wrong. Then there was the story of a Dutch man who hired a huge crane to make a , which went smashingly wrong. Last, but definitely not least, there was a that went horribly wrong when the future groom accidentally dropped the ring during freefall. It all goes to show that marriage proposals should always be carefully planned to avoid something going horribly awry, especially when taking an engagement photo on what should be one of the most important days of your life. [Image: CC by 2.0 ]
Ever since the novel coronavirus reached Cuba, a tall cardboard box with arms and legs can be seen tottering around a Havana suburb, popping into the bakery or butchers, or browsing the newspaper stand.
Indian police have released a pigeon belonging to a Pakistani fisherman after a probe found that the bird, which had flown across the contentious border between the nuclear-armed nations, was not a spy, two officials said on Friday.