Are You Kidding?

Posted: July 19, 2009 in Uncategorized

A man in Regina, Saskatchewan was sniffing propane in his truck and then decided it would be a great idea to light a cigarette. The genius caused an explosion and had to be treated for burns on his face, arms, and body.

City workers in Brooksville, Florida have a new dress code. Included in the new dress code: 1) workers must use deodorant, 2) they cannot wear any “distracting, offensive or revealing” clothing, including halter tops or skirts “worn below the waistline such that the abdomen or back is exposed”, 3) the only piercings allowed are earrings, 4) tattoos, “cuts and wounds” must be covered, and 5) the wearing of underwear is mandatory. Yes, you read that correctly. It is mandatory that employees wear underwear. Who the hell is gonna check to make sure everyone is following proper protocol?

Good old Visa. As if the greedy bastards don’t rake us over the coals enough, a glitch has caused a shitload of people to be sent statements with a charge of $23,148,855,308,184,500. How in the hell did those statements actually make it out of the office in the first place? How did nobody notice those ridiculous charges? Visa is fixing those accounts that were affected. In a statement they said that “fewer than 13,000 prepaid transactions”. Seriously…13,000 transactions?!? And nobody caught it. Way to go!

Riot police in Sowton, Devon in the UK raided a man’s 30th birthday party. The man had advertised his party on Facebook as an all night party, so naturally the police felt they had to break it up. They used the excuse that this party was in all actuality a rave, and therefore it must be shut down. The four police cars, one riot van, and police helicopter arrived at the man’s house and shut the party down at 4pm ending the festivities for the birthday boy and his 15 guests.

And lastly, a Saudi family is suing a genie claiming theft and harassment. Seriously, I’m not making this up. They said that the evil genie is stealing their cell phones, leaving them threatening voicemails, and throwing rocks at them at night when they leave their house. It’s fine to believe in ghosts and spirits, but to sue them? Really, how do you go about doing that? How do you get them into court? Seriously, it’s time for a reality check.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s