Posts Tagged ‘weird’

Everyone loves a crazy bitch, it gives us pleasure to watch them simply go totally fucking insane, however..mostly when we are just an observer.

This poor guy, wasn’t so lucky, all I say say to all straight men out there, do not date this woman, and if you find yourself stupid enough to do so, whatever you do..DON’T DITCH HER ASS!

In the span of 24 hours, she allegedly called her ex-lover 146 times.

Police said she shattered several of the windows of his west Houston home, first with a tire iron, and then with a 5-foot sword.

She is accused of egging his house on several occasions, and posting pictures of herself bragging about it on her Facebook page.

Police say Toni Jo Silvey, 49, still reeling from a 2009 breakup with Houston leather artist Peter Main, also created an Internet persona – “woundedpo eticsoul” – that turned out to be very wounded indeed.

Silvey was arrested on Tuesday and charged with felony stalking. Court records show a magistrate set Silvey’s bail at $25,000 and ordered her not to contact Main. She remained in Harris County Jail on Wednesday.

In June, Silvey started a blog that detailed the breakdown of their relationship and her post-breakup bad behavior in excruciating detail, calling him names and posting rambling rants about his relationship with a younger woman.

Silvey’s criminal defense attorney, James Madison Ardoin III, declined comment Wednesday.

Main, 62, did not respond to a voicemail or an email seeking comment. Main told police officers he dated Silvey briefly in 2009 and has been reluctant to file charges against her because “he is afraid of angering (her) further.”

Main told police that Silvey called him 1,001 times and sent him 712 emails over a span of less than three months, starting in mid-June. One day in August, she allegedly called him 146 times, investigators said.

According to the probable-cause affidavit in the case, Silvey started the blog in June, where she vacillated between name-calling, waxing philosophical about the end of their relationship and openly taunting Main.

The blog also includes excerpts of what appear to be emails between Main and another woman. Main reported that his email account was hacked in February.

Main told police he did not change his phone or email because he is self-employed and “it would be detrimental to his business.”

He told police he saw Silvey shatter the leaded glass windows near his front door with a tire iron in July. He also said she smashed a kitchen window with a tire iron on Aug. 3, and then returned four days later and broke another kitchen window with a 5-foot sword.

Parked car rammed

That same day, Main told police, Silvey rammed her Chevy Blazer into his parked car, slamming it into the garage door and causing about $915 in damage.

Main also reported his house being “egged” several times by Silvey, and gave police a screen shot of Silvey allegedly bragging about it on her Facebook page.

In an interview with police, Silvey repeatedly told the officer to “read my blog, read my blog, it’s all there.”

The police officer reviewed the blog and online “and found numerous references to the damages to the complainant’s property … ”

Last Friday, an officer with the Houston Police Department‘s Special Crimes Division called Silvey and warned her several times to leave Main alone, court records show. The officer explained to Silvey that she could face criminal charges if she didn’t stop harassing him.

That afternoon, Main reported to police that Silvey was back, throwing eggs at his driveway.


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No…not that rotting old thing floating around the ocean (we think), but the ass belonging to that horrid statue, the one we all saw our soldiers pull down.

Well actually, we lie..only HALF of his ass is for sale.

The strange souvenir was taken during the U.S.-led raid on Baghdad’s al-Fardous Square in April 2003.

Now, the odd prize will be auctioned Oct. 27 at Hansons Auctioneers in Derby, England.

Nigel Ely, an ex-Special Air Service soldier working with a TV crew in Baghdad at the time, told BBC News he used a crowbar and sledgehammer to remove the buttock from the Iraqi dictator’s giant statue.

Ely paid 385 pounds (roughly $616 CDN) in excess cargo fees to fly the odd memento back to the U.K.

“I only wanted a piece big enough to put in my pocket, but I ended up with a chunk about 2 feet square,” he said. “I thought, ‘What the hell am I going to do with this?’

“I threw it in the back of my truck and forgot about it until we tried to re-enter Kuwait, where the Kuwaiti army arrested us and searched us for plunder. The journalists with me had all their souvenirs confiscated, but when I said the buttock was vehicle armour to protect us from bullets and bombs they left it alone.”

The proceeds from the sale will go to a charity benefitting injured British and American veterans.

Auctioneer Charles Hanson told the Agence France-Presse he expects the buttock to be sold for at least $15,000 U.S. ($15,250 CDN).

“It should appeal to military and art collectors alike, not to mention anyone who has an interest in the major events that have helped shape the world we live in,” he said.


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This is pretty weird.

Sebastian Errazuriz has come up with the ultimate piece of clothing for those who always sleep through their alarm.

The artist/designer merged together denim and a pair of Converse shoes so all you have to do when you roll out of bed is slip a pair of these on and off you go!

Actually when you think about it, this really isn’t that bad of an idea.

And if you look at it long enough they end up looking like bell bottoms. Kind of.

We just have one question for Sebastian: how do you wash them?

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I don’t know why, but I find this lil box of nothingness rather endearing plus, it’s hard to imagine a more pointless invention – a machine whose sole purpose is to turn itself off.

But this simple wooden box with a switch on top has become an unlikely internet phenomenon. A short video of the machine in action has been watched by close to 300,000 times since it was posted on YouTube less than a week ago. When the switch on the top of the box is flipped, its lid opens and a mechanical lever reaches out to turn the machine off.

It has been dubbed ‘The Most Useless Machine Ever’.

But YouTube users have been tickled by its sheer pointlessness.

One said: “I love this machine! It looks like there’s some cranky robot in there trying to be left alone.”

Another wrote: “This is fantastically great. I love this machine. Priceless.”

Fans have flooded web forums for details of how to get hold of the machine – but it doesn’t appear to be on commercial sale.

An early version of the machine was built by US inventor Claude Elwood Shannon, based on an idea by another American scientist Marvin Minsky.

Shannon kept the invention on his desk to amuse visitors. He called it the Ultimate Machine.

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At first I was very disturbed,but I find the guy kinda hot.

Thanks for the tip Lap!

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Talk about a super “Scooby” snack! A take-out restaurant in Bristol, England, is serving up a burger so massive – it packs more calories than the government recommends a man or woman eat in an entire day.

The towering burger is called the “Super Scooby.” It’s 6-inches tall, weighs more than 3-pounds and packs a whopping 2,645 calories — more than the 2,550 recommended for men and much more than the 1,940 recommended for women.

Spiros Lomvardos, who co-owns the Jolly Fryer fast food joint with his brother, Andreas, said the idea of the super-sized snack started out as a joke. “A few months ago, me and my brother and another gentleman, Karl Ford, who’s an employee, were sitting at work on a dead quiet night when we saw an ad from a well-known burger chain,” Lomvardos told FOXNews.com. “And we said to one another, ‘The burgers always look big in the ads — but they never look like that in real life,’ and then we started discussing making our own big burger.” Ford had a better idea, came up with all the ingredients and made the burger that same night. They took a picture and put it up in the store, and as Lomvardos said, that’s when things started to take off. Here’s what makes the “Super Scooby” special: — 4 quarter-pound beef patties; — 12 onion rings; — 8 slices of bacon; — 8 slices of cheese; — 6 slices of tomato; — 2 sesame buns; — Barbecue sauce; — Lettuce; — And a good slathering of mayonnaise. “It started as two burgers originally and has snowballed into four,” Lomvardos said, laughing. “I guess you could say it’s grown from there.”

At first, the Jolly Fryer didn’t intend to sell the “Super Scooby” to customers, but once people started seeing a picture of the gut-busting burger posted on the wall, the orders started rolling in. “Customers love it, Lomvardos said. They think it’s brilliant… they gasp… and burst out laughing. It seems to put a smile on people’s faces.” If your stomach is strong enough to finish the burger, which comes with a side of traditional British chips, you even get a free Diet Coke to wash it all down with. “Obviously we wouldn’t recommend for someone to eat this every day,” Lomvardos added. “It’s not to be taken too seriously. It’s something that we would encourage on a special occasion for someone who wants to challenge themselves. It’s just a little bit of fun, really.”

One person who might be able to gulp down the “Super Scooby” without any problem is Olympic gold medal swimmer Michael Phelps. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends 2,500-3,000 calories a day for men, depending on age and activity level. But Phelps consumes 12,000 calories a day while in training, just to maintain his weight. He could scarf down four of those burgers and still need a milk shake or two to maintain his competitive edge.

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A condom applicator designed to help AIDS prevention has been named the Most Beautiful Object in South Africa by Dutch designer Jurgen Bey who was in Cape Town to speak at the Design Indaba conference last week, selected the product from a shortlist of 15 products at the Design Indaba Expo.

The applicator, invented by Willem van Rensburg and designed by industrial designer Roelf Mulder of South Africa’s XYZ Design, allows a condom to be put on easily and rapidly. The user holds the device with the thumb and forefinger of both hands, pulling the condom down over the penis in a single rapid movement.

It is hoped the design will encourage the use of condoms, thereby helping reduce the spread of AIDS.

The applicator, which was selected for the SAFE exhibition at MoMA in New York two years ago and is in the museum’s permanent collection is now being marketed and sold under the Pronto brand.


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