William Joseph Knowles had fractured his shin and was hobbling around Hollywood, Fla. on crutches last week when two women approached, one in nothing but a bikini. “Finally,” he thought “this injury is going to work in my favor.” Nope. They tried to mug him.
The good news for Spring Dekaney head coach Willie Amendola was that his team had just won the Class 5A state championship in Jerry-World. The bad news was, a golf cart had gotten an end zone pylon jammed in its accelerator and was headed straight for him and others.
In a brilliant move that surely has the comic world at attention, the Associação da Luta Contra o Cancer (ALCC) in Mozambique has just released a group of PSAs featuring random well endowed comic book characters checking themselves for lumps which is both educational and strangely arousing.
Anyone who’s ever been in a bar has probably seen it: the cheesiest guy in the place approaches the hottest girl and simply can’t believe it when he’s shot down. He may be clueless, but a new study says his audacity might not be a character flaw. In fact, it may just be simple human evolution at work.
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