This Won't End Well of the Day: A subway surfer clings to the side of New York's J train.
Sure, it's reckless and potentially lethal, but, as YouTuber ViralVideosPlanet points out, it's "probably the easiest way to avoid dealing with pickpockets, street performers, and little kids selling candy on the subway."
This Won't End Well of the Day: Speaking before parliament, UK PM David Cameron said he has ordered an inquiry into the possibility of banning users from social networks such as Twitter and Facebook if it is determined that they are planning to engage in criminal behavior.
"Free flow of information can be used for good. But it can also be used for ill," Cameron said. "And
Funny Bunny of the Day: Japan is in a tizzy over footage alleging to show an "earless mutant rabbit" born just outside the Fukushima Daiichi "exclusion zone."
Many are apparently concerned that the bunny's deformity is indicative of mutations to come.
Nuclear animals in Japan? There is no scenario in which this ends well.
Draconian Drug Law of the Day: The Netherlands' right-wing coalition government, buttressed by Geert Wilders' far-right Party for Freedom, has announced plans to severely restrict access to the country's world renowned "coffee shops," banning entrance to all foreigners, and imposin
Sleeping On The Job of the Day: According to the makers of "Ostrich," the pillow/cushion/bed/garment hybrid sports a "soothing cave-like interior" that "shelters and isolates our head and hands" to create a work-friendly "micro environment in which to take a warm and comfortable power nap at ease."
Ostrich happily doubles (or quintuples) as a plush coffin for when you inevitably asphyxiate.
This Might Not End Well of the Day: Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Mermaid" has been picked by Sony to be the latest storybook favorite to get a disturbing reimagination.
A feature film adaptation of Carolyn Turgeon's book Mermaid: A Twist on the Classic Tale -- a "dark retelling" of the classic children's story -- is reportedly in the works.