It was a long week.
Too many hours were spent staring blankly through the windshield of my car while listening to a static laced frequency that was once filled with beautiful music; inside the state of Colorado. God, Wyoming is boring. By the way, is it possible to contract herpes from your car seat due to extended periods of driving in a sweat soaked seat? Not saying that I have the Herp or anything… but WebMD was essentially useless in diagnosing this rash. I just want to know, cause that shit if for life.
Without boring you to death with the details of my Doctor’s lab report, I needed some comedic relief this week. So I made an attempt to untangle the World Wide Web in hopes of finding something worth laughing at.
Here’s what’s packed into The Bindle this week:
- Human Feet Originally Used For Walking, Anthropologists Report
- Six Gifts to Guarantee a White Christmas
- Area Man Hoping Cell Phone Breaks So He Can Get Better One
- Advice From a Girl: How to Scare Off a Girl
This recent study, delivered to us by The Onion, theorizes that we once used our feet as a mode of transportation… weird. As a big fan of both walking and running myself, I felt a burning desire to share this very short article with you.
Christian Lander, author of the blog Stuff White People Like, is all about looking out for whitey. Now, I consider myself white, so why not take a gander at some gift ideas for X-Mas 2012? This short piece contains 6 top notch ideas.
I think we all can relate to this intriguing tail of lies and deceit, also from The Onion. While I subconsciously put my phone in harm’s way on a daily basis, all I really want is something simple, yet different. That’s why I recently up/down-graded my phone to a sleek Motorola RAZR from 2003. Found on Craigslist for only $20, it would have been a steal at twice the price!
There is no shame when it comes to shooting memorable Awkward Family Photos. This image of Inkman will most likely be viewed by doctors at the 2012 Melanoma Convention in Topeka, Kansas. While the image is priceless on its own, you have to read at least a few comments.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m pretty great at scaring off girls as is (overalls and a Ghostbusters Tee are my go-to). But it’s always nice to add a few weapons, or 8, to your repertoire.