Archive for the ‘Gross’ Category

Singled Out: Are Unmarried People Discriminated Against?

Despite the number of people choosing not to marry and the increasing divorce rate, single people face harsh judgments and an alarming amount of discrimination because they fly solo through life. Many people deem unmarried […]

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Walmart’s Pork Supplier Exposed

Attention Wal-Mart shoppers: we are what we eat. The Humane Society of the United States has released a thought provoking glimpse into the lives of sows bred and raised by two of the nation’s top […]

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Woman Uses Breasts As Excuse At DUI Stop

Maureen Raymond, a forty nine year old buxom woman, was picked up by the Martin County Sheriff’s Office for drunk driving near Jenson Beach at speeds of 50 mph within a 35 mph zone. When […]

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The 5 Best Backhanded Compliments

Any woman who has heard “Wow! You look great for having kids” knows the sting of a “supposed” compliment all too well. As do the older folks who look “Young,” the chubby chick who’s personality […]

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Girl Scout Cookies: The Numbers

Wow. Those fantastically yummy Girl Scout cookies that we all look forward to each year contribute over 200 billion calories per year to the obesity epidemic in the United States. That’s a lot of fat […]

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TMI Archive: A Little Too Much

Facebook is the social networking home to millions of users. Some say very little, following the “less is more” philosophy, while others have perpetual diarrhea of the fingertips. Here’s the proof with TMI Archive: A […]

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How to Make An Alien Brain Hemorrhage Cocktail

Looks delicious, doesn’t it? Actually, it looks disgustingly cool and is fairly easy to make. You’ll need a shot glass, peach schnapps, Bailey’s Irish Cream, blue curacao and a splash of grenadine syrup. Drink up!

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25 People And Industries That Profit From Fear

Fear is a normal human reaction to perceived threats, potential injury, or damage. Many people profit off of the things people are afraid of like: politicians, poverty, disease, burglary, death, guns, aging…hell, even an extra […]

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Irene’s Floods Dry Up Business In Vermont Town

Waterbury, Vermont, suffered a minimum of $9 million dollars in damages five months ago when Hurricane Irene wreaked havoc in the area. The quaint Vermont town nestled in the Green Mountains and home to Ben […]

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Does Fracking Mean The End Of Great Beer?

Upstate New York’s Brewery Omegang’s beer production is in the hands of the New York State Supreme Court, compliments of a lawsuit filed by the Cooperstown Holstein Corp. Soon a judge will determine if a […]

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