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Category Archives: Mentotional Fodder
10 Steps to a Healthy Summer Diet An Online “Sodium” IQ Test Be Pious and do the Daniel Diet CrossFit: A Military Routine with Geek Appeal 7 Things Cosmo Thinks Men do at the Beach Eat Like a Caveman? Health … Continue reading
The YouTube clip of Dimitri’s voicemail has been around long enough that it is now a classic. After several years, however, it still remains the pinnacle of recorded doucheissism. Some say the voicemail was a PR hoax by@dimitrithelover; others say it was a real voicemail, … Continue reading
Sometimes I enjoy tuning out to mindless web chatter for a few minutes; it helps relax my brain and ease stress. This in mind, for today’s “Mentotional Fodder,” I present six disparate links to six insouciant articles. Mom Puts 7-Year-Old on Diet … Continue reading
From the annals of “Unwitting Editors,” and “Double Entendre,” I present, without comment, forty absurd headlines (all photos from Google Images).
Following is a slightly modified iteration of a popular post I put on a different blog several months ago. From the annals of “Remedial English Class,” and “I Want to be Unemployable,” I offer twenty-three absurd tattoos (all photos from Google Images). … Continue reading
photo by Muffet Following is a slightly modified iteration of an article I wrote on a different blog. The piece was easily one of my most popular from the site, having been read by tens of thousands. Disclaimer: I researched … Continue reading
From the annals of “Captain Obvious,” and “Do Not Sue Us,” I offer twenty-one absurd warning labels and signs (all photos from Google Images).
photo by Pedula Man About once per month I go on a Cracked.com reading binge, as no other site that I know of offers everything from banal celebrity gossip, to articles on string theory. For today’s “mentotional fodder,” I have … Continue reading
photo by lorenzolambertino Death begets a range of emotions that are acute, and often conflicting. A sudden, unexpected passing can bring about indescribable ache and confusion. An elderly loved one passing after the ills of disease, however, is sometimes bitter-sweet; … Continue reading
Religion is a cautious subject. My intention in writing this article is personal catharsis, and to spark conversation; it is not to impugn any belief system, or to be offensive. I fully support everyone’s right to their own beliefs. I … Continue reading