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Gang warfare doesn't always involve drugs, tattoos and disagreements over rap lyrics. Police in Ohio are investigating an outbreak of violence between rival factions of the Amish community suspected of breaking into homes and cutting off each other's hair. A series of incidents across four rural counties have seen large groups of men barge into properties and drag the occupants into the street. They are then held down and attacked with scissors. Amish gang sought over hair-cutting assaults - Crime
Awkward silence You are talking to an acquaintance or having dinner with your coworkers. The conversation suddenly comes to a crossroads and no one knows where to steer it. The silence has extended past the 6-second mark and the awkwardness is increasing exponentially. The Awkward Situation Survival Guide
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Last updated 08:00 07/10/2011 Anyone under about 40 can probably recite whole stretches of the Eve Sutton/Lynley Dodd book My Cat Likes to Hide in Boxes. Any many over-40s, too, whose kids insisted that it be read to them. What you may not realise is that the book is non-fiction. Cats in boxes (again, this time rhyming)
Wrap rage An example of wrap rage with a plastic light bulb package. Background Packaging sometimes must be made difficult to open. For example, regulations dictate that some over-the-counter drugs have tamper resistance to deter unauthorized opening prior to the intended customer and be in child-resistant packaging. Other packages are intentionally made difficult to open to reduce package pilferage and shoplifting.
Well, running the risk of sounding like a bestiality advocate—I'm not—we should keep in mind that it is well documented that dolphins are one of the few animals, including humans, that have orgasms and actively seek out sex purely for pleasure (flip side they apparently rape each other constantly). So there's no reason why a highly intelligent dolphin would not seek out a non-dolphin sex partner, after all human clearly do, case in point. What's funny, in a really sick way, is that he continued to have relationships with humans. I feel as bestiality has to be a one way track, after you bottle nose how can you go back? Man's Dolphin Sex Memoir Suddenly Very Popular