To paraphrase a wise hitman, they have the same kind of stuff in Singapore that they have over here. There are, however, little differences. For example, in Singapore you can walk into a 7-Eleven and buy a serving of mashed potatoes — from a vending machine.
Over the weekend, 4000 revelers took to tubes of varying sizes and set up shop on the Sacramento-area American River for an afternoon billed as ‘Rafting Gone Wild.’ But instead of just the good booze-and-bikini fueled kind of wild, the event descended into a series of brawls.
It was 1970 when a thief stole Robert Russell’s 1967 Austin Healey from in front of his Philadelphia home. Even as the decades came and went, Russell never gave up hope of getting back his cherished vehicle.
Then, after a recent bout of insomnia, Russell took to eBay and started searching for the sports car.
While McDonald’s tastes good, it doesn’t always seem like it is made from the kind of natural ingredients you could buy in a grocery store. As part of McDonald’s Canada’s ongoing campaign to demystify their fare, executive chef Dan Coudreaut demonstrates in this video how you can actually make a Big Mac in your own kitchen using simple, readily available ingredients.
What would you do if you walked into a drug store and found the person you are married to shopping with the person they are currently sleeping with? Well, it probably depends on what your philandering spouse has in their shopping basket.
In the case of Dawn Elaine Barran of Port St. Lucie, FL, she grabbed a carton of ice cream from her husband. Then, after loudly arguing with him about the whole “other woman” thing, she began beating him with the frozen dessert.
The sale of body parts is strictly forbidden on eBay. Souls, however, are apparently perfectly fine to put up for auction. We know this because eBay user Lori N is currently offering hers up on the auction site for the starting price of $2,000.
As a baseball fan, you hate to let the opportunity to snag a foul ball pass you by. But a dad at Monday night’s game in Atlanta had a good reason not to go for a ball that was headed his way — the Braves’ fan was busy holding his baby.
Fireworks may have originally been a product of China, but there is nothing more American than setting these babies on fire for July 4th. Alcohol also happens to be a big part of our Independence Day traditions, and when booze is combined with firecrackers things can get pretty messy.
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