Number Ten - Define a Week PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 25 May 2007 01:00

Arrggghh! It's a big pink rabbit!Ok, so I know it's been over a month since the last weekly installment of my Internet Roundup, but what is a week? Is a week a period of seven days or is it a period of time in someone's reality stipulated by the life-changing events that happen within that time that define people as human beings, justifying their existence and proving their self-worth? Ok, seven days it is.

This week: Dead pink rabbits, scary blimps, beer rules, breakdancing baby, prank calls and more

Big Pink Rabbit
Deep in the Italian alps, close to Cuneo lies a discarded wooly pink rabbit, as if dropped by a forgetful child. Nothing interesting here, except that the rabbit is absolutely huge. It lies as if dropped from a great height including spilled woolen guts and pained expression. Enjoy.

The Horror of Blimps
Toy blimps are fun. Fill them up with helium and zoom them around the house terrorising whatever pets you may have, along with various members of your family. It's all fun though until things go wrong. Read this tale of when toy blimps go bad.

Google Sightseeing
If you don't have much money for travelling, and don't mind seeing things from the air you could do worse than visiting where people have found interesting things to see using Google maps.
The 86 Rules of Boozing
You drink, I drink, hell we all drink, but did you realise there were hard and fast rules to drinking and associated etiquette? Read this, then you'll know them and won't look such a fool in your local drinking establishment.
How to Tie a Windsor Knot
Skinny tie knots are dead. No-one likes them anymore, and if you still wear one no-one likes you. Problem is, getting a nice fat knot without having a short tie like those stupid school kids is difficult. Knot anymore (you see what I did there).

High Speed Photos
This page has a load of high speed pictures of various fruits exploding, glasses smashed, sneezes, water droplets, burning candles, and bullets. What more could you ask for?

Breakdancing Baby
At two years old I could just about walk, and was an expert at shitting my own pants (a skill which sometimes comes back to me when I've had a dodgy curry). This kid however is a breakdancing god.

Spank the Pussy
Yeah baybee! Watch this guy spank a pussy. Do you like that?! Do ya?!

Red vs Green
I'm not too keen on Snickers, ever since they changed their name from Marathon. I must admit though that this advert is brilliant. The red and green men from pedestrian crossings get into fights a la Superman, but on an epic scale.

Prank Call
Do you ever get fed up with the countless telemarketers that phone offering various gifts and goodies to sign up for the latest stuff and nonsense? This guy does, and he gets his own back.

Disco Elevator
Sometimes the music just takes you and you need to get your groove on in the most unexpected of places.

Boobs on Glass
What could be more fun than watching a girl sit on a glass chair and rub her bare breasts on it? I can't think of anything off the top of my head either, but if there is something more fun then I need to see it.

Tron was one of the greatest, ground-breaking movies of the 80s, has spawned a cult following and countless games. One of the best things about Tron were the light cycles. This game is based on that scene.

I don't know why this is called SameGame, as it's not the same game as above, it's different. Have you ever watched Blockbusters with Bob Holness, whilst on acid? This is what this looks like. Although it may look the same, again it is not the SameGame. You have to click on blocks of colours to get rid of them. Highly adictive, like acid... oooh man look at my hand!

Sometimes we Just Need to Remember What The Rules of Life Really Are...You need only two tools: WD-40 and Duct Tape. If it doesn't move and it should, use WD-40. If it moves and shouldn't, use the duct tape.

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