Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Looking for love? Try the wanted ads.

This sign gets straight to the point - "Wild woman's wanted"
Love is a mysterious thing. No one really knows when or where it will come into your life.

For some it may feel like it never truly will come. It just never seems to happen.
So what do you do? Sit around feeling sorry for yourself? Or, do you grab the bull buy the horns and take direct action?

This guy obviously decided to take direct action and put out a wanted ad detailing his requirements.

Well, as they say: If you don't ask you don't get! Right?

This Valentine's buy her a crash helmet!

Woman needs head protection on Valentine's day.
February the 14th is of course Valentine's Day.

Why not buy her a gift that shows you care ... about health and safety in the bedroom.

Saturday, 11 February 2012

Noodle eating hair guard!

Keep your long hair out of the noodles with this hair guard.

So, you like eating bowls of noodles but you have long hair.

Every time you lean forward your hair falls into the juice and gets soaked and you end up with noodle stinking hair all day.
Even worse, you might not notice your hair has gone in and got tangled up with the noodles and you swallow down a few inches of human hair soup.
It is a Health and Safety nightmare!

Before, this would've been a big problem for the long-haired freaks among you. You would have had to make that hard choice that many a heavy metal band member has had to make - my lovely luscious locks of hair or nice noodle nom nom nomming.

Well that was until NOW!
Now you can safely secure this (hardly noticeable) hair guard for safer and drier noodle slurping sessions.

It's unique stretchy, flexible design allows it to securely fasten to even the oddest shape face.

What a godsend I hear you cry. Finally all you hippies and rockers can join the rest of humanity and feel noodle normality.

Alternatively as a last resort: tie your hair back.

Friday, 10 February 2012

Two kittens - eighteen toes!

Two polydactyl kittens with 18 extra toes between them.
This pair of four-month-old kittens were found to be quite unusual.

The kittens were handed in to a branch of Cats Protection in Gosport Town, Hampshire, England. It immediately became apparent that they were both polydactyl.
This term is used when a cat has extra digits on its paws. Usually one extra on each paw, but a couple more on each paw is also seen.

Normal cats have five toes on their front paws and four toes on their back paws, but these two kittens, named Ned and Fred have an extra eighteen toes between them.
Ned has eight extra toes and Fred has ten extra.

Karen Hiestand a Cats Protection field veterinary officer said that Fred's extra toes were an "extreme case". But also added that "the extra toes did not affect the health of the kittens".

Via: BBC News