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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
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
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
photo by Ethan Prater Do you ever feel guilt for having irritation—acrimony even—at someone who is unworthy of your derision by virtue of their innocent intention? Perhaps you find yourself caught by a young child who is telling a story … Continue reading
photo by Michael Karshis I came across an article this morning while reading the Business Insider that I think provides decent mentotional fodder. Here are nine questions the article poses:
Do not pay attention to what each word says, rather say the color of each word aloud.