Behold, the Asshole Lane (AKA the Testy Twat Triangle). It is found at the intersection of Main Avenue and 26th Street in Bismarck, North Dakota.
Its origin was probably one of good intentions, or at least an attempt to correct a mistake, but all that has long been forgotten. Continue reading
12. “Well, lick my scab!”
11. “Holy E. Coli!”
10. “That’ll frost the pubes!”
9. “Well, grill my gonads!”
8. “That’ll strangle the hooker!”
7. “This is out of butts!”
6. “F*ck the front door!”
5. “Well, butter my butt plug!”
4. “This is gangbangin’!”
3. “Off the nipple!”
2. “That’s tampon!”
1. “Twist off my taint and call me a marsupial!”
Q: Why do Trolls live under bridges?
Step right up and don’t be shy, because you will not believe your eyes!
Behold, the carnival-attraction majesty of Space Odyssey 2000!
Space Odyssey 2000 is not to be confused with “2001: A Space Odyssey” — It’s completely different! Totally different! Continue reading
“Maybe applying super glue to our suction cups wasn’t such a great idea, Frankie.”
“Shaddap yer mug and keep still and mebbe nobody will spot us, Johnny.”
“But we’ve been stuck here since midnight, Frankie!”
“Shaddap and make like a deer in headlights, Johnny.”
“I really gotta pee, Frankie!”
On January 2nd, 2016, I won an eBay auction for a lot of nine comic books from the late-60s and early-70s. Along with my winning bid price, I paid an additional five bucks for economy shipping.
When I received an eBay alert that they had shipped, I noticed that it didn’t include a tracking number, which is kind of unusual these days. Then when I received the package on January 7th, I found out why.
This dude didn’t just go old school, he went old-old school, meeting the $3.22 in postage with stamps. And I’m not talking Ingrid Bergman and Charlie Brown forever stamps from 2015; at least one of the stamps he used is over a century old. Incredible and crazy cool.
It was time to give my Google-Fu a workout, and the following is what I discovered. Continue reading
“I guess it’s because the big toe sticks up.”
— Terry Gilliam, explaining his choice for Monty Python’s animated Obliterating Foot.
Animation frame from the opening titles to Monty Python’s Flying Circus
The foot originally belonged to Cupid in Venus, Cupid, Folly and Time, a painting from the 1500s by Agnolo Bronzino.
Detail from Agnolo Bronzino’s Venus, Cupid, Folly and Time
Source: Jones, Jerene (1981, December 21). The Only Yank in Monty Python Stares Down Critics as His Time Bandits Steals $24 Million. People magazine, Vol. 16, No. 25.