Posts Tagged ‘photos’

Cotton candy storm warning

June 29, 2009

A Daniela Edburg print, via Found Shit

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The best reason for a detention EVER.

June 23, 2009

Michael Scott is smiling somewhere…..

Via The Chive

Redneck Innovations: Homemade “lion” to guard your garage

June 12, 2009

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Sexy People Tuesday

March 16, 2009

Sexy People is a blog that certainly lives up to its name. Made up of user-submitted photos, this will bring back painful memories for many of us.  Not for me of course.  Nope, you’ll never find any early 90’s photos with my hair painstakingly sculpted with Aqua Net.  Those pics. don’t exist.  Check out a few of the latest Sexy People submissions.

Sandy

1997spic

Sisters

sisters

Harold

harold69

See more at Sexy People.

Sexy People

August 24, 2008

Sexy People just might be the funniest site you’ll see in awhile. Besides this one of course.  Their site is described as “A Celebration of The Perfect Portrait.” Who hasn’t had a photo that’s at least close to mortifying like, the ones below?   Readers can submit their photos and the worst (best?) ones will be displayed for us all to laugh at.  Enjoy and make sure you check by Sexy People again, they update the page frequently.

Brothers in Brew-1993

Ron and Janice-1993

Scouts-1996

Stryker-1983

Cousins-1990

Iran photoshops latest military missle launch to instill a sense of fear and wonder in us all

July 10, 2008

Apparently when that psychotic little Hitler-like leader of theirs, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, said that Israel “must be wiped off the map” he thought he might be able to do that with Photoshop. Ck. out the image that the state-controlled Iranian media released of their recent missile launch test. You might notice some differentiation of the sky’s color around the 3rd missile from the left. Bad Photoshopping……

Now, the actual test launch, before the image was handed over to some 14-yr. old kid for doctoring.

From Gizmodo

The bottom of a pool, while it may be convenient, is no place to park your car.

July 8, 2008

Melissa Campasino was vacationing in Florida when she received a frantic call from her neighbor Kim Taylor.

By the sound of Taylor’s voice, Campasino knew something was wrong.

Taylor started by saying something happened at Campasino’s home in Stewartstown, but no one was hurt.

Then she offered a few more words, saying that a car went into her yard.

After more silence, Campasino heard Taylor say something about she thought she put the emergency brake on.

And then something about a car hitting her fence.

And then something about her pool.

“She was telling me this very slowly. I finally said what, what, what about five times,” Campasino said.

Campasino’s imagination began to run wild. She had no idea what to expect.
Gordon’s Towing Service lifts the car from the pool. The pool is salvageable. The car’s fate is in question. (Submitted)
And she wasn’t going to find out anytime soon, because she and her husband, Dan, were visiting Melissa’s sister in Fort Myers, Fla., on June 26, the day Taylor called.

After a few more minutes, Melissa Campasino finally pieced together what had happened — Taylor’s red Mazda Miata had rolled downhill, went through a garden and ramped into the air, crashed through a fence and landed in the deep end of her in-ground pool.

“She kept saying, ‘I could have sworn I put on the emergency brake,'” Campasino said. “It was hard to get upset because she was so upset. What could you do? We were in Florida.”

Melissa Campasino tried to explain what happened to Dan. Dan wasn’t laughing but was starting to get fired up.

He eventually cooled down when their daughter, Ashley, called.

Taylor had called Ashley Campasino at work at Hooter’s in York at 11:30 a.m. June 26. Ashley rushed home to see what had happened. She called her mother in Florida. Her mother remembers Ashley giggling and promising to send a few photos over her camera phone.

“Sure enough, there was a car in our pool,” Melissa Campasino said.

Police and the tow truck driver estimated the car was going 40 mph before it hit the water. Melissa Campasino later learned that Kim Taylor was screaming and chasing the Miata all the way down the hill until it splashed down. Taylor could not be reached for comment.

By the time Gordon’s Towing Service lifted the estimated 2,300-pound car out of the pool five hours later, Ashley had snapped 105 photos, which she posted on the Internet.

Melissa and Dan Campasino were thankful no one was hurt. They also figured if it hadn’t been for the pool, which will be repaired soon, the car would have smashed into their home.

Melissa and Dan then sat down and looked at the pictures on a computer screen.

“We just sat and laughed,” she said. “And then we went out for drinks.”

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Funny FAIL pictures

June 22, 2008

More courtesy of Failblog.org

Weekly Mugshot Round-up from The Smoking Gun

June 14, 2008

With a few good dads for Father’s Day. Great mugshots as usual. Say cheese!