Yeah right!! He most likely thought, I'll video this and see who's willing to pay for it.
Shocking don't you think??
The Bare faced cheek
Although, having a bear try it out is another matter completely. But at least when the bear gets out, you can say to the parents, I saw a bare-bum as it got out of the pool.
It'll make them wonder what the kids have been up to at home whilst they've been away.
Just making a short cut
Mind you, a tad draconian after seing the video. He did manage to park it in between the white lines, although the kerb got brutally cut down to size.
Guess the officers tore a strip off him later.
Oh. My. God. Only in America.
You may like your dog a lot and treat him/her as if he were a real human. Some of you may think it normal to dress the little darlings in doggie clothes and such paraphernalia.
But be afraid........for the time had come to share the nail varnish and let your imagination go wild (as your sanity flies out of the window).
A dog's bark may indeed be worse than it's bite, but when it has neon striplighted toenails, you may well end up blinded, and a prime candidate for the local nuthouse, except the pooch's owner will have already have taken up the last vacancy.
It's a bum rap
Did she punch AND scratch her arse BEFORE sliding across the painting?? One can only wonder - and did she improve the appearance of the painting in question? Or did the painting improve the appearance of her posterior.
A woman who punched, scratched and slid her buttocks against a $30 million painting by abstract expressionist Clyfford Still at a Denver museum...
The Bare cheek
"1957-J No. 2" is the painting's name. Gee, that'll roll off the tongue, but only after it's been cleaned of course.
I do have to ask thought, if the painting "1957-J No. 2" was worth $30 million, why it wasn't better protected. Surely an Andrex Puppy would have helped?
Edinburgh Marathon getting hard
In a word.....Ooops.
Embarrassed Edinburgh Marathon Festival director Neil Kilgour, admitted that no-one had noticed a problem with the medals when they were being designed.
He said: 'It is too early to say whether there will be a redesign of a medal for 2013.'
Ermmm, me thinks that's a yes then.
Thought of the Day
What is another word for "thesaurus"?