Oh dear, a teacher is in all sorts of WTF after she drew a penis on a kid’s work because she thought he wasn’t trying hard enough. Awks.
PSST Of course there are calls for her to resign. She could have put more effort in too…just saying.
Ever wanted to know why Aussies slur and apparently only use two thirds of their mouth? Me neither but according to an academic its because early settlers spent most of their time pissed as possums. Go figure, a language built on drunks.
OK loons, resume the stack hat position, a mysterious object is hurtling to Earth and should kaboom on Friday the 13th. Scientists believe the object named WT1190F (aka “what the 1190 f*ck”) is space junk of some kind but they aren’t too sure what the impact will be. They are saying it will most likely land in the ocean off Sri Lanka but I am assuming that is to alleviate fears it could land on our noggins.
A man who attended the Missouri Monopoly tournament was sent directly to jail following a fight. Anyone got dice to bail him out?
A guy who failed a paternity test after his child was conceived through a fertility clinic using his sperm is not suing. Reason? Seems the child is not genetically his but his brothers. No loons, there was no hanky panky going on. The so called “brother” was an unborn twin. Yep, the guy absorbed the dead twins genes in the womb. In other words his dead twin is actually the father. Creepy as. The phenomenon is known as human chimera. Still confused? So the man’s sperm was found to be a 10 percent match to the infant, while the genes in his saliva were not a match.
Guess what survived the sinking of the Titanic and just sold for $23,000? A cracker… Yep, a little Spillers and Bakers Pilot cracker left in a survival kit on one of the lifeboats. I know what you are all thinking, someone should have gobbled that down. Silly Billies, probably too busy rowing. However, James Fenwick, a passenger on the rescue ship Carpathia saw the cracker and put it in an envelope and marked it “Pilot biscuit from Titanic lifeboat April 1912.” Fast forward 103 years and now that unpretentious little cracker is called the “world’s most valuable biscuit.”
PSST I bet it is stale.