In "Draw a face"

Let's face it: that was a terrible joke

In "New Kids Never Grow Old: M.O.N.K.E.Y. Part VI"

Simaril offers consultation?! I excitedly thank you.

In "The Outbursts of Everett True"

Ouch! You're killing me!

In "It's food world!"

There's something a little unsettling about some of them (the cast-off ice skaters, for one) that I can't seem to shake. Of course, it's also made me hungry. Kind of a weird set of feelings.

In "Have you seen this man?"

They look like like poorly made mannequins. Mannequins creep me out.

In "Rockers Die Young."

oh god why did i not make this connection before

In "UK law "

The stories at the bottom are interesting too: The stabbed boy pretended to be a glamorous woman spymaster and promised sex, money and a life as a secret agent if the elder boy carried out the task. Spymaster?

In "Newsfilter: Judge rules Intelligent Design not acceptable in Pa. Biology Curriculum"

Former school board member William Buckingham: "I'm still waiting for a judge or anyone to show me anywhere in the Constitution where there's a separation of church and state," he said. "We didn't lose; we were robbed." Eh? Where does 'the separation of church and state' come from, then?

In "Find 74 bands in this picture..."

Spoon (the giant spoon... hard to miss) U2 (the two u's) Manic Street Preachers (the white guys on the left) Green Day (the calendar) Red Hot Chili Peppers (the peppers on the vegetable stand)

In "If you see faces in the ink blots, you're crazy."

I can only see faces :(

In "Two bloggers go on honeymoon in Bali. "


In "Purple people."

Engineers at my school dye themselves purple from head to toe using a compound called Gentian Violet during frosh week and Homecoming. 'Tis a barrel of laughs, even if the chemical is a carcinogen (only mildly, I hear...)

In "Russian Reality Ruse"

What about that whole "lack of gravity" thing?

In "Penis size used as defence in trial"

Justice Margaret Eberhard must weigh the evidence, including the plastic model. I'd be curious as to how much it weighs too.

In "Conjoined Country Star"

I think I remember seeing an hour-long Sally Jesse Raphael (or Maury, I don't recall) special on these twins. I know for sure it was about country signing conjoined twins. How many of those could there be?

In "Curious George and the Dangling Extension Cord."

The extension cord is more afraid of you than you are of it.

In "Worst Halloween Decoration Ever"

drivingmenuts - That would have been the worst candy surprise ever.

In "Mickey Mouse tackles suicide"

Odd. It works fine for me. Try this link?

In "Curious George movie coming"

"Maybe he had an accident and lost his tail at some point." Jesus! Don't tell that to the kids!

In "The Coldplay code generator"

I can see that applying to Thom Yorke, but Chris Martin doesn't entirely look like shrimp. And thus, he doesn't look like a foetus. That's how I judge.

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