Monday, September 26, 2011

With a Little help from my friends...

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A collection by Neal McKenna 

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Forwarding the forwards...
Image via Graphic Mail
This probably happens to you too. Friends constantly forward "cutsies" to me. Most are lame, some are good and a scant few are really funny or interesting. Here are a few examples. You decide which category they fall into... 

How reliable is eyewitness testimony?
This is the craziest thing... You have to get out of your seat and walk away from your computer. People may think you're bonkers but they've thought that for a long time... 
When you look at this picture close-up, it's Albert Einstein. But if you stand 5 meters away, it becomes Marilyn Monroe. What do you think about the reliability of eyewitness testimony now? Hmmmmmmmm?
Via J.L. Kelowna, BC, Canada
A practical example of how the human mind works
In the picture below, we will analyze what it represents to some groups of people.

Read the analysis after the photo...
- For young men, it's a nice ass. Only the most observant will define this as an ass crossing the street. The really observant will see the thong.
- For older men, it is a respectable woman with a nice ass crossing the street.
- The perverts will imagine her as a naked woman.
- The wise men will ponder the presence of mind of the photographer in the face of such beauty and gratitude that it was shared with humanity.
- For half of the women, this is an ordinary woman who should not have left home dressed that way.
- The other half is wondering where she bought that blouse.
- Children, the curious, and monks will probably notice a dog driving the taxi...

Don't be freaked, I didn't see the dog either!
Via C.B. Rossland, BC, Canada

Taylor Swift 
New dress for the show.............$700.00
   Make-up and hair style...........$500.00
Giant stuffed bear....................$300.00

Not knowing how to hold the bear with a microphone in your hand... Priceless!
Via S.L. Nelson, BC, Canada

Carol Burnett
Slippery When Wet

Image Via Dangerous When Wet
Via C.P. London, England


at the Copenhagen Central Station. 
Copenhagen Philharmonic playing 
Ravel's Bolero.
Not to be missed! On May 2, 2011, the Copenhagen Philharmonic amazed commuters at the Copenhagen Central Train Station, as they created a kind of orchestral "flash mob" – performing Ravel's famed Bolero, with the musicians gradually assembling in place as the work progresses. The video – which shows not only the assembling orchestra, but also the delighted faces of the commuters – has generated overwhelming interest, and indeed has exceeded the orchestra’s expectations. 
Via N.V. - Johannesburg, SA & Classical Archives
Naked skydiving isn't for everyone...
Via A.S. in Berlin & YouTube, of course

1974 MGB TV Commercial
In the first attempt to shoot this commercial, the parachute failed to deploy and a brand new MGB convertible was instantly transformed into a twisted blob of broken glass and metal. I remember seeing photos of the wrecked car in a car mag at the time. it was truly a sad end for such a beautiful car. The magazine hit the newsstands just as the commercial was being beamed to TV sets across North America. The second try worked like a charm as you can see here. Too bad there is no sound track. It was certainly innovative advertising for 1974. - Nealbo

Now, these are so old, they have long, white whiskers but they still make me laugh.
Oh, Mamma!

Chairman Nhlanhla Nene


Too good not to share...

Heaven is Where:
The Police are British,
The Chefs are Italian,
The Mechanics are German,
The Lovers are French
It's all organized by the Swiss.

Hell is Where:
The Police are German,
The Chefs are British,
The Mechanics are French,
The Lovers are Swiss

It's all organized by the Italians.
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