Explorer just kept chugging along, largely unchanged. And unchanged. And unchanged. Until now.
Changes are coming to the news broadcasts at CBS2 and KCAL9 later this month.
(“Here, Honey: hold this nice bug and we’ll have a fun picture for show-n-tell when you get back from the ER.”)
The Genesis’s nose looks like a Jaguar XK had a date with a Telsa Model S and this was the result
If we are to believe everything we read, a university student in India invented the Good Morning Sing N Shock alarm clock, because he kept missing class. The clock rewards sleepers who hit the snooze […]
But unlike his contemporaries who may spend their time in front of a screen for work, Li sits at internet cafes and plays games. And plays. And plays.
“Honey, we worked hard to prepare this extra-special (hic!) basket.” Sigh.
You don’t have to study for the quiz, but if you did, I bet you could do a search for research resources. Or women in your city who want to date you.
I can’t promise that all of these are authentic (a church sign generator online is pretty hilarious), but having spent a couple of years in the Midwest and the South, I wouldnt bet against them […]
…the best example yet that Darwin may have been wrong.
Darwin City, Australia, will let you pay $150 to enter its “Cage of Death,” which — to be accurate — is actually more of a tube of death.
…some of the following make me like an amatuer. To wit: the guy who has moved in, at his desk.
Doing an online search will always reward.
And nothing says “I love you,” like a zombie, a jiggling human heart, or an edible bear.
I love the “able to read your schedule” qualifier. But I’m no master at S.Y.M.