Friday, January 26, 2007

Seven Most Bizarre

The things I read on the internet...

  1. Boy's screaming kills chicken. Don't laugh. This happened in Beijing and the court has ruled that the cause of death of over 1000 chickens was the screaming of a 4 year-old boy. A villager was quoted as saying the little boy bent over the henhouse window, screaming for a long time, after being scared by the dog. Duh, right?

  2. A court orders a man, purportedly a drug user, to memorise the Quran or else he will be imprisoned. He has got 6 months to completely memorise it. C'mon, even Yoda can't do that!

  3. This happened right behind our house. Ok, seriously. It happened in KL. A 7.1 metre long python was caught and apparently it swallowed 9 dogs! Fucking greedy SOB, ain't it? Tsk tsk tsk...

  4. And, still in Malaysia, I am sure all of you have heard about this 'Supernatural' thing that happened to this girl in Kelantan (or is it Terrengganu?) that gem stones grew from her toe! Yes, her very unattractive toe! According to my boss' theory, she is single and fugly and she needs attention as such so that her mom can marry her off. Me-ow! But, I kinda buy that theory, seriously. How else can you explain it? Doc Paul, yes?

  5. 'Polite nude jogger shocks hikers, bikers'. Nude! And jogging! In sunny California! If you're wondering if he is as good looking as Brad Pitt, here's what the people have got to say, "He's frumpy. Plain. Not in good physical shape," Bowdoin said. "It's not a pretty sight.' Need I say more?

  6. "A novel in which the entire narrative consists of mobile phone text messages was published Wednesday in Finland. ''The Last Messages'' tells the story of a fictitious executive in Finland who resigns from his job and travels throughout Europe and India, keeping in touch with his friends and relatives only through text messages."
    Seriously, do you really want to read a book that's written in text messages? So blardy gimmicky!Enough is ENOUGH!

  7. "While people can't see ultraviolet light, spiders can, and it turns out to be important to their mating, researchers report in this week's online edition of the journal Science. It seems that both male and female jumping spiders, Cosmophasis umbratica, have markings on their faces and legs that glow in ultraviolet light, researchers led by Daiqin Li at the National University of Singapore reported. Many animals possess UV vision and use it for foraging, navigation and sexual selection, Li explained." How sexy. Kinda remind me of the Lava lamp people use...and think it's sexy. Eek.

1 comment:

savante said...

Gemstones from her toe? If she's single and she grows diamonds, I wanna marry her.

And damn, you got me with the nude jogger. Thought it was Chris Evans. Sigh.