Sunday, March 3, 2013

Weird news

Man accuses ex-girlfriend of stealing sperm 
(I'll let you make your own joke.) 

In Brazil barbecuing is a form of protest
(Especially when it's the disposed dictator who's getting barbecued)

Rats can communicate with each other via cable
(Wait till they get wifi)

Language police try to ban 'pasta' on Italian restaurant menu in Montreal
(No spaghetti for you frenchy) 

Paris, Diner closed after inspectors find a boiling pot of... (wait for it),,, caterpillars!
(Gad those French will eat anything. I got some slugs in the backyard they can have.)

So remember not to be messing around with any bridges. Go for the drunk overpass. :-)


S.W. Anderson said...

Hump a bridge!?! Who'd a thunk?

Re: Brazil barbecue protests. I have no idea what that's all about, but I do know Brazil has been a fairly well-functioning democracy for quite awhile now. Brazilians might have some pols they want to skewer, but I'm pretty sure the last dictator is long gone. ;)

BBC said...

Sunshine today, woot, woot!!

Tom Harper said...

Ah, the well-known French caterpillar delicacy. It may not sound good to our crude American palates, but with just the right amount of Voise d'or Leurjin sauce and a soupcon of j'in au Croix -- Oui! Tres Bon!

Demeur said...

You could be right SW.

Bit cool over here and the sun wasn't out too long.

What no catsup Tom?

Randal Graves said...

Which came first, the catsup or des oeufs?

Ole Phat Stu said...

Explain please.
What does the verb "hump" mean in the context of bridges?

Demeur said...

Hump = To fornicate, have sex with, intercourse, dip your wick.

I suspect this was one of those chinese translators who couldn't quite get it right.