Besse Cooper, World’s Oldest Person Turns 116
Some might find the 116th birthday marker to be a little daunting. However, if you are healthy and lucky enough to be one of only eight people to celebrate it, we are positive the ride has been one for the books.
Study Reveals Most Business Travelers Booze, Cheat, Use Drugs
It appears as if the great American workhorse is actually a wild eyed party animal with an insatiable appetite for self-destruction.
Advertising on Toilet Paper? [WEIRD NEWS]
There is nothing new about reading in the bathroom, although a couple of young men are doing their best to change the way we do it by filling the restroom walls of businesses full of toilet paper printed with advertising and coupons.
Is Your Office Attire Destroying Your Career?
If you just can’t seem to get ahead a work you might want to take a look at yourself in the mirror.
eBay Bans the Sale of Magic Spells, Hexes and Potions
The great beast of worldwide commerce has finally put its filthy hooves on the necks of the occult merchant and slobber jawed the wicked and the mystic right out of business.
Looking for a Raise? Here’s Where You Should Move
If you expect to see a giant pay increase next year, a new study suggests you had better head west.
Are Egg Yolks Unhealthy as Cigarettes? New Study Has an Answer
Just short of playing Russian roulette at the breakfast table, the consensus seems to be that we are all doomed without a doubt, as the latest chapter of the great American death machine has just revealed that eating egg yolk may be just as bad as smoking cigarettes. So what in the name of Joe Camel is going on here?
Mother, Son Accused of Swiping $2M in Merchandise from Toys R’ Us
It is always nice to see a mother and her son spending some quality time together. That is unless they are stealing millions of dollars of toys.
Taco Bell Worker Posts Pic of Himself “Peeing” in Nachos [WEIRD NEWS]
When youthful enthusiasm, minimum wage and a filthy pair of clown shoes is mixed with fast food prepared by the downtrodden generation, sometimes it becomes necessary to report bad service to the corporate office.
How Often Do Parents Spank Kids in Public? New Study Has the Answer
You might think in today’s world of soft disciplinary parenting most moms and dads aren’t beating their little diaper terrorists as a means of making them obey, but a new study finds that they actually are — just not when they think someone “important” is looking.