Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

today's news: hair dresser rapes thief who tried to rob her beauty saloon

A 28 year old hair dresser (pic) from Kaluga city in Russia was finishing her shift in her saloon when got surprised by a 32 year old man with a pistol, announcing a robbery. Olga, the hair dresser who is trained in martial arts, managed to knock him down, tie him with a hair dryer cord and drag him to the storage room. Instead of calling the police, Olga told the man to remove his pants and let her do as she pleases. She gave him some Viagra and raped him several times over the next 48 hours.

Now what conclusion should we take from this episode:
1- Russian hair dressers are lonely.
2- If the "Stockholm syndrome" is when the hostage develops sympathy for the hostage taker, then the opposite should be called "Kaluga syndrome".
3-The thief looked like Brad Pitt.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

Black humour

Liverpool's goalkeeper Charles Itandje suspended for laughing during memorial for the dead.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Mission Impossible- Teletubbie moment

A thief tried to rob a Taekwondo gym in broad daylight in Wisconsin, USA. He managed to get into Master David Kang's room, the owner, when got caught by surprise by the Master himself!

You can imagine the rest. Broke in, got out broken.

And once more, quoting Tinky Winky, the purple teletubbie: "Uh oh!"

Sunday, April 12, 2009

She is back!

Remember when I wrote about a very annoying woman who "plays" flute horribly but I couldn't find any pic of her to show?

Not only I found one but also something else: proof that I'm not alone in my music taste.

The improvised sign beside her says "I can't play flute at all".

Happy Easter!

Monday, April 6, 2009

Thursday, April 2, 2009

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Earth Hour

Last Saturday the world experienced moments of darkness. This because people were supposed to help the planet by turning off their lights for one hour, from 20:30 to 21:30.

Ok, so let's see:

1 hour without using electricity= no TVs turned on= 1.000.000 new babies being produced around the world.

Prepare for the sequel...