My Photography Tutorials - 360 Degree Reverse Photography - Gallery. Margaret Thatcher Thinks Sarah Palin Is Nuts, Will Never Meet Her: Pics, Videos, Links, News. 10 cents a minute. The last thing I want to do is hurt you. But it's still on the list. POPULAR RELIGIONS REFERENCE MANUAL by Tim Saccardo - Artist:... Funny & Stupid Customer Quotes & Some Callers Are... Some Callers Are Proper Dementor (I have a caller named Victor Krumm in the computer system.
I’m a Harry Potter fan.) Me: “Okay, sir, so you’re Victor Krumm?” Caller: “Yep, that’s me.” Me: “Sorry, this might sound funny, but did you know that there’s a book series called Harry Potter with a character with that name?” (There’s a pause, as if he’s thinking, and suddenly he yells.) Caller: “THE MUGGLES KNOW!” (He hangs up. The Price family - Dad plays best prank ever on teenage son on Shine. Rain Price will never forget the first day of his sophomore year of high school.
On the , packed with classmates from his suburban Utah school, Rain peered out the window, mortified. "The school bus for the first time ever came down our street this year," explains Rain's dad, Dale, to Utah's Daily Herald. "This was [my son's] first year on the bus. My wife came running in the room and suggested we go wave at him to embarrass him. " Wave At The Bus. The 7 Most Bizarrely Unlucky People Who Ever Lived. We're not saying these are the unluckiest people in history; we realize the world is full of starving children and cancer victims.
But sometimes you see people who have weird, one-in-a-million instances of bad luck, often over and over again, and you can't help but wonder if they didn't piss off a Gypsy at some point. We're talking about people like... Jason and Jenny Cairns-Lawrence Unlucky Because: They've been attacked by terrorists more times than John McClane. It wasn't just New Yorkers who were traumatized by the September 11th World Trade Center attacks.
Wait, did we say once in a lifetime? At this point they may have felt cursed or, worse, that they were unknowingly starring in an action film that kept doing shitty sequels. But it wasn't over. There they saw the worst terror attack in that country's history, as shooting and bombing attacks killed and wounded hundreds. News stories say the couple "refused to cut short their holiday" after the Mumbai attack. Look how unsinkable! Mrs. Murphy's Law. Top 10 Hilarious Websites Of Human Misery. It’s seems like people have always been hardwired to laugh at the misfortune of others.
It transcends all cultures, nations, and ages. As you read these words, a group of school kids in Hong Kong are peeing their pants laughing at a kid who did a faceplant into a mud puddle, somebody in Paris is guffawing at a guy getting a whifflebat to the crotch, and a grandma in Texas is chuckling under her breath at a cousin who doesn’t know his fly is undone. As long as it isn’t happening to you, personal humiliation can be totally hilarious. Before the Internet, the only way to experience these hilarious events was to be in the right place at the right to time. But, now there is a whole slew of websites that document the hurts, humiliations, and downright stupidity of the human race and present it in an easily navigated format. 10. The biggest retail chain in the world, WalMart offers its customers a wide variety of consumer goods at reasonable prices in convenient locations. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4.
Disney planned William and Kate’s wedding! Top 10 Hilarious Websites Of Human Misery. You'll laugh your ass off. (I did.) I looked up my old post about LASIK surgery recently so I could give the link to a friend who’s considering the procedure.
I’m not sure what word best describes the feeling I get when reading old posts, but it’s similar to the feeling I get when looking at old yearbook photos. It’s some combination of surprised/awkward/insightful/nostalgic. Surprawkinosalgic? Take note, Merriam-Webster, the first usage of that word started here! I haven’t read through the entire blog since I wrote Half-Assed, and I don’t have any plans (or the time) to do so any time soon. This section jumped out at me from the LASIK post, which I wrote before the bit about a laser burning out my eyeballs: It was a pretty fun waiting room to be in since everyone was there by choice and was going to experience an improvement in the quality of their life.