She's alright, and already out of the hospital. Apparently the group had been standing within 10 feet of the animal for about 20 minutes, which is advised against. This mostly serves as a reminder to not get really close to bison. They are huge and will mess you up. Here's another guy who challenged a bison at Yellowstone if you need more evidence to not mess with bison. Twitter responded with a lot of comments about how it's weird her parents just ran out of the way leaving her to get tossed.
There are some things we assume are obvious not to publish on social media. For example, going into depth with your personal-life problems? Maybe talk to a shrink about that instead of vague-booking it. Alas, that common sense apparently doesn't exist for some people, but we're at least glad we can get some entertainment out of it!
Sometimes we'll find ourselves wondering what really happened in these situations, but then we decide that's enough internet for the day. Shoutout to mrbananabeans for putting this troubling collection of cringe pictures together. We're low-key only a little bit traumatized.
And to think that I thought I'd sleep tonight. NOPE. Seriously, it is high time for this guy to make power moves and start contacting studios. He's got the (cursed) bones of a great story here. Bullsh*t or not, I was hooked from the get-go with this thread. Solid storytelling, with a voice (cause f**k grammar) that really shines through. Was it his mean Aunt coming back to haunt him and his cousin from the grave? The water on the floors seems to suggest that possibility. And the whole part with the shotgun's safety mode being off? I mean, come on, man.
These two 'nasty women' have made a promise that's going to be pretty hard to keep following election day.
For one thing, commenters have pointed out that an actual exchange of votes for BJs is very illegal (not to mention difficult to verify).
Another unintended consequence of this video is the slew of terrible comments. With the exception of Jeff here...
...most of the commenters were unappreciative of the offer.
Ms Milho, a transgender woman, said to The Daily Beast that ‘the universe was spinning. I thought he could do basically anything to me. I felt my power was stripped away from me. Milho's recordings also reveal Villanueva bragging on about other women on community service who have given him sexual favours to leave work early– including a young mother, who he says was ‘the best I had in a long time’.
Villanueva asks Ms Milho to keep it all a secret after their conversation comes to an end. Sorry buddy, but this sh*t's going viral. See the perv below:
This weird seagull statue (or would you call it a boobie?) resides in New Bedford, MA and the question of whether to keep the statue is pitting the town residents against each other.
There is one petition by a Raymond C. to remove the statue and a competing petition for Raymond to remove his petition.
While the original petition argues the statue makes the town look silly, the competing petition says it's as much a part of the town as any other art:
"New Bedford is so full of art and out of the ordinary things it would be silly to remove this glorious statue." .... "This man is just clearly uncomfortable by the female form and hates the art."
An update to the statue removal petition clarified itself after that backlash with, "I never said it wasn't art, but it is bad art."
The creator of this statue, Donna Dodson, has done many others, like this panda.
The so-called "Seagull Cinderella" as she titled the New Bedford piece was installed in 2012.
What a time to be alive: a Sacramento based fool has been arrested for sending death threats to Blizzard Entertainment.
Stephen Cebula, 28, is accused of sending messages "over the internet" on July 2 & 3 saying he "may or may not pay [Blizzard] a visit with an AK47 amongst some other 'fun' tools," and "might be inclined to 'cause a disturbance' at [Blizzard's] headquarters in California with an AK47 and a few other 'opportunistic tools."
IF he's found guilty he's looking at a sweet five years in jail, and a $250K fine...Alright, I'm done.
Yes, yes, indeed, a 71-year-old man is a member of a Chinese organization that promotes people hydrating with urine as a cure for 'almost any illness.'
According to a recent interview with Chengdu Economic Daily, the dude, who is a chief managing director for the China Urine Therapy Association, had his first encounter with a 'urine therapy campaign in 1993. He claims after a mere three months of urine therapy his eyesight's improved to the point he doesn't need glasses anymore.
Alright bruh, you do you. I'll be over here in the corner, chilling, content with life, sippin from a cold bottle of beer.