Here Comes The ... uh well anyway

>> Friday, May 8, 2009

So I saw on some news site that people were having themed weddings. Here are two I would have paid to attend. In fact I have three children in my house that would have felt like they had died and gone to heaven if they were at the first one. Yes, I have Star Wars fanatics in my house. No, I have no idea how that happened.


Swine Flu Solution

>> Monday, May 4, 2009

The man above is Dr Alan Hay, director of the World Influenza Centre. The caption to this photo said he was speaking on the illness formerly known as swine flu (because apparently we are not to call it that anymore as it is offensive to pigs). Now I am not sure what EXACTLY he had to say, but I think it was something along the lines of ... "Whatever you do, do not trim your eyebrows. This will invite the illness (formerly known as swine flu) into your person. It is like inviting a vampire into your house!!"

Man and I thought I was weird. Dr Hay, you are a man of integrity, a man of his word. You keep on Rockin' those eyebrows like no one's bidness. Swine flu ... you have no chance!! Pandemic, Shmamdemic.

Please vote on the new poll to the right of this post, because although Dr Hay may be doing the practical thing to ward off the flu formerly known as swine flu, is it the sexy thing to be doing?


Funny .... But Wrong

>> Friday, May 1, 2009

So my homepage on my internet is set to yahoo. As a result, yahoo news is where I go to check out the "hot" gossip on cool things like "Swine Flu" and chicken little/sky falling news stories of the day. On the right hand side of the most popular news stories are most popular pictures. This one ... I admit .... caught my eye, and knowing that we have different hand gestures than the rest of the world made me chuckle ... out loud ... at work. This is wrong, but I feel it is my duty to share.

Children - unless you live in India and rock the vote, this is wrong and you will be dealt with swiftly if you use this gesture in public.

Indian Bollywood film actors Aishwariya Rai Bachchan(L), Amitabh Bachchan (C) and Abhishek Bachchan display their ink-marked fingers after casting their vote at a polling booth in Mumbai for the country's elections.


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