Friday, January 29, 2010

Some more bits!!!


Britian's Tesco supermarket is now banning PJ's. Apparently a lot of shoppers have been showing up in their night clothes. The spokeswoman says the no p-j's and nighties request is to ``avoid causing offense or embarrassment to others.''


An elderly British couple have been told a cracked Chinese vase they hid in a spare bedroom is worth more than their house and possibly everything else in it. The couple, who want to remain anonymous, received the blue-and-white lantern vase as a gift half a century ago. The vase even cracked is worht over $800,000.


Q: According to a recent insurance study, female drivers are 80% more likely to do this. What is it?

A: Lock their keys in the vehicle

Langer of a policeman!!

Man fined 'for blowing his nose'

An Ayrshire businessman says he has been fined by the police for blowing his nose while stuck in a traffic jam.

Michael Mancini, 39, from Prestwick, said he was in standing traffic in Ayr town centre with the handbrake on when he used a tissue to clean his nose.

He claimed he was waved over by four police officers and given a fixed penalty for not being in proper control of his car.

Mr Mancini said: "I still had the tissue in my hand and was totally stunned when he said I was getting a fixed penalty notice for not being in control of my car.

"I thought it was some kind of Beadle's About moment - a wind-up. The traffic was at a complete standstill and I had my handbrake on."

The self-employed furniture restorer is refusing to pay the £60 fine and the case may now proceed to court.

The Daily Mail says the policeman involved was PC Stuart Gray, nicknamed 'PC Shiny Buttons' for his zealous approach to the job.

Last year, he issued a £50 fixed penalty for littering to a man who accidentally dropped a £10 note in the street.

randy Bitch!!!! haha

President: 'Pork as good as Viagra'

Argentina's president says eating pork is at least as effective as Viagra for spicing up your love life.

President Cristina Kirchner claims to have tested the theory with her husband, the country's former president Nestor Kirchner.

"Pork consumption improves sexual activity," Mrs Kirchner told a gathering of business people at a meeting at the presidential palace.

Mrs Kirchner said she and her husband had enjoyed a pork roast over the weekend at their retreat in Argentina's southern Patagonia region.

The president assured her audience the meal had yielded "impressive" results.

"We were in high spirits the whole weekend," she said. "I'm a pork fanatic," she added, "and I'm not saying this just to impress you, or for self-promotion."

The head of the association of pork producers, Juan Uccelli, backed Mrs Kirchner's claims.


World's most expensive bikini

New York jeweller Susan Rosen has created the world's most expensive bikini.

The £17.3 million jewel-encrusted costume was custom made for supermodel Molly Sims to wear.

The tiny bikini is made up out of 150 carats of D-grade flawless diamonds.

Rosen used some of the rarest gems in the world including a 51ct pear-shaped diamond and a 30ct emerald.

The bikini made its debut in the 2006 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.

Ah the Memories!!

Is it me or is the baboon bust up??

Somebody Definitly beat him like!!!

A baboon in a Chinese zoo circus has become something of a local celebrity by helping to sell tickets to visitors.

The baboon, Chun Chun, which means Spring in Chinese, sometimes covers for Tianjin zoo's human ticket seller to amuse visitors.

He accepts money from visitors, hands them their tickets - and even gives them their change, according to the zoo.

Chun Chun's trainer said it had taken a lot of work to train him to work in the ticket office as baboons were not naturally clever, like monkeys.

He works with a human supervisor as he sometimes gets confused - and occasionally refuses any banknotes except the 100-yuan notes as they are red, his favourite colour.

"We are now planning further training, to help him with his counting and also to stop his prejudice against banknotes that are not red," said a spokesman.

Yo Yo's are still the in thing!!!

An Australian man has set a new world record by keeping 16 yo-yos spinning at the same time.

Ben McPhee had yo-yos hanging off hooks, his fingers, and even his ears and teeth.

The new record was broken at the London Toy Fair but has yet to be ratified by Guinness World Records.

The previous record was nine simultaneously spinning yo-yos.

His performance came as toy retailers and manufacturers declared 2010 to be the year of the yo-yo after impressive sales in recent weeks.

David Strang, the managing director of Wicked Vision, distributor of Duncan yo-yos, said: "Since November they have been selling ridiculously well.

"We are up about 1,000% at least - ten fold on the sales we were having a year ago. Yo-yos, generally over the last 80 years, have gone in seven to eight year cycles.

"It's a generational thing. A ten-year old has never really seen one, but his older cousins, father and grandfather have. But this time around we haven't seen a proper global craze since 1998."

Retailers reckon that as many yo-yos could be sold this year as in 1998, the last year there was a global craze when nearly four million were sold in Britain.

Some other bits!!

TODAY IS: Thomas Crapper Day: Though credited by many as the inventor of the flush toilet, Crapper was not, but he did hold numerous patents that helped modernize indoor plumbing.
Heavy Metal fans are being encouraged to register their religion as Metal Heads in the March census. The campaign, launched by Metal Hammer magazine, has already attracted nearly 10,000 followers to a Facebook group. In the last census, a similar campaign led to 390,000 UK residents listing their religion as Jedi.
No one was injured when a small plane with engine trouble made an emergency landing at a Texas golf course, the pilot said. Brendon Ford said he was flying from Lafayette, La., to Columbus, Texas, Monday when the engine started sputtering only about 40 minutes from his destination. "They have a wonderful golf course," Ford said of Hermann Park. "Very smooth fairways and it's a nice place to land your plane if you have to land short."

Q: According to a new survey, 21% of us are guilty of this at least once a week. What?

A: Being late to work!

Gone a bit mad these days its just a play gun!!

Two children's TV presenters were stopped by police under anti-terrorism powers while filming a stunt using hairdryers as pretend weapons.

Anna Williamson and Jamie Rickers, who host ITV show Toonattik, were approached by four policemen while filming on London's Southbank.

The officers said that they were suspicious after seeing the pair running around wearing flak jackets and utility belts.

The pair told officers that all they were carrying were hairbrushes, plastic walkie-talkies and blue 'spangly' hairdryers.

"We were stopped, not arrested, but they had to say 'we are holding you under the Anti-Terrorism Act because you're running around in flak jackets and a utility belt', and I said 'and please put spangly blue hairdryer' and he was, like, 'all right'."

Extreme things to do for charity!!

We spoke on the show about going to extreme lengths for charity or a good cause and we had a few interesting ideas including NAKED BINGO!!! Class! It was all inspired by this lady:

A Hampshire pensioner is aiming to break her own record as the world's oldest abseiler by plunging 220ft on her 96th birthday.

Doris Long, 95, from Hayling Island, will abseil down the civic office building in Portsmouth, reports the Daily Telegraph.

She will be joined by BBC Radio 2 breakfast show presenter Chris Evans and Gavin and Stacey star James Corden for the charity stunt.

Mrs Long said: "It is very exciting. I like Chris very much; he is a very funny man.

"I met James Corden recently and he was lovely too. I have met so many famous people through my fund-raising and it is still great fun.

"If either of them are scared I will be on hand to give them some tips on getting down safely."

Heavy metal fans keep the faith

Rock fans are being urged to keep the faith - by registering their religion as 'heavy metal' in the next census.

The campaign, launched by Metal Hammer magazine, has already attracted nearly 10,000 followers to a Facebook group.

In the last census, a similar campaign led to 390,000 UK residents listing their religion as Jedi. Saxon frontman Biff Byford, who would become the faith's 'world metal peace ambassador', is backing the campaign.

He said: "Getting heavy metal recognised as a religion is a great bit of rebellion, isn't it? This really is going to be a very cool thing."

Although the 2001 campaign drew a large level of support, with more people listing themselves as Jedis than Sikhs, the Office For National Statistics pointed out at the time that this did not make it an official religion.

In fact, Jedis were actually counted under the category of 'no religion' - however the campaign was credited with boosting the number of census responses from younger adults.

Alexander Milas, editor of Metal Hammer, told Gigwise: "Ever since Black Sabbath made their debut 40 years ago heavy metal has grown to become one of the UK's most significant cultural institutions, and a global phenomenon.

"Hell, if the Jedi can do it, why can't metalheads? The force is strong in us."

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Some other bits!!!

Warren Bendix of Stuart told police he pulled a framed picture of a space shuttle from the trash while he was dumpster diving at Sierra Condominium Apartments, where he lives, at about 1:45 p.m. Saturday. Bendix said he took the photo home to change the frame and discovered 24 $100 bills and 35 $20 bills hidden behind the picture. He may get to keep the cash.

Q: Canada has more of these the rest of the world combined. Canada is an Indian word meaning 'Big Village.'

A: Lakes
The Michael Jackson ``This Is It'' documentary comes out on home video today.

China renames Avatar mountain (everyone is making money from this film which I still haven't seen Bastards :) )

A Chinese mountain which inspired a scene in 3D blockbuster Avatar has been renamed to cash in on the link.

Tourist bosses have changed the name of Nan Tian Yi Zhu, which means Stick in the Southern Sky, to Avatar Hallelujah Mountain.

The distinctive mountain, in Hunan province's Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, reporetdly inspired the floating Hallelujah Mountains in Avatar.

A Chinese Government website said Hollywood photographer Scott Hansen spent time shooting there in 2008 for the movie.

Officials say much of the scenery of the fictional planet of Pandora in James Cameron's movie came from the forest park.

Hunan's official website now boasts that tourists can now join a "Magical tour to Avatar-Pandora" or a "Miracle tour to Avatar's floating mountain."

Avatar has sold £1.143billion worth of tickets worldwide, making it the biggest international release of all time.
A clumsy art lover ripped a six inch gash in an £80m Picasso painting when she accidentally fell against it.

The woman was visiting the Metropolitan Museum in New York when she “lost her balance”.

The painting, called The Actor, depicts a gaunt male figure in a pink costume on stage and was completed in 1905.

It marks Picasso's shift from his Blue Period, of images of tattered beggars and blind musicians, to his Rose Period of paintings of costumed acrobats.

The woman was uninjured, said museum spokesman Alyse Topalian, but the painting received a vertical tear in the lower right hand corner.

It has been removed from the gallery and taken to the museum's conservation studio for "assessment and treatment", the statement added.

So have you ever destroyed something entirely by accident something important but it couldn’t be fixed? Or What was the most expensive thing you've ever broken? I did manage to break a new pair of glasses my little brother had just got and I was messing and tried them on ended dropping them broke the lense and they were about 2 hours old. Suffice to say my parents weren’t exactly happy!!! You????

Stone Age 'doctors' amputated man's arm (how would they no this its all hear say)

Archaeologists were amazed when they unearthed the 7,000-year-old skeleton of a Stone Age man - with an amputated arm.

The discovery, near Paris, means Stone Age medicine was far more advanced than previously thought.

Early Neolithic surgeons used a sharpened flint stone and rudimentary anaesthetics to amputate the elderly man's left forearm, and treated the wound in sterile conditions, experts believe.

The man, who lived in the Linearbandkeramik period, when European hunter-gatherers began subsistence farming, was found to be missing his forearm and hand bones.

Tests showed that the humerus bone had been severed above the elbow in what scientists described as "an intentional and successful amputation".

The patient, who is likely to have been a warrior, is thought likely to have damaged his arm in a fall, animal attack or battle.

Pain-killing plants such as the hallucinogenic Datura are likely to have been used in the operation, and the wound was probably cleaned using antiseptic herbs like sage, the scientists said.


Monday, January 25, 2010

Other bits from Today's show

Today is: Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day: Celebrating the joy that is Bubble Wrap, America's favourite shipping material. So take some time today to learn the history and etiquette of bubble wrap "popping."
A British baker says her line of chocolate high-heeled shoes -- "the perfect gift for a woman" -- has been selling "like hotcakes." Frances Cooley, 47, proprietor of Clifton Cakes in Bristol, England, said she creates the chocolate stilettos in 3.2-inch-long pairs for $13.80 or single 6.7-inch shoes for $34. Cooley said the non-wearable but completely edible shoes are available in several designs, including zebra stripes and polka dots.
Warren Strickland, 31, of Fairbanks, says his taco weren't prepared correctly at Taco Johns. He then went a little overboard throwing the taco at manager Carol Dzimtrowicz during the Jan. 14 incident. He's now been baned from visiting any Taco Johns for 1 year. Strickland pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was sentenced to one day in jail, $100 in fines and one year of probation. He is not allowed to set foot in any Taco Bell locations during his probation.
Polk County, FL. deputies investigating the theft of a 1998 Dodge Durango arrested 30-year-old Michael Ray Ekes on Thursday. The found Ekes was inside a house, playing "Grand Theft Auto" the video game.

Q: One third of all women will do this at least once in their lifetime. What is it? It has something to do with personal appearance.

A: Dye their hair blonde!

Venus's new dress shocks fans!!!

Venus Williams shocked tennis fans down under - when she appeared to be playing with no knickers.

The star's yellow dress flew up to reveal an apparent lack of underwear during the Australian Open,.

Venus, 29, who recently finished a fashion degree and has already launched her own range of clothes, designed the eye-catching dress herself.

She revealed: "I am wearing undershorts the same colour as my skin, so it gives the slits in my dress the full effect.

"It works very well, apparently!"

Boy, 7, raises £80,000 for Haiti!!!

A seven-year-old boy from London who hoped to raise £500 for Haiti by a sponsored bike ride ended up raising more than £80,000.

Charlie Simpson, from Fulham, cycled five miles around South Park near his home to raise funds for Unicef's earthquake appeal.

His call for support touched the hearts of people around the world after he put a message on the JustGiving website, reports the BBC.

On his JustGiving page, Charlie said: "I want to do a sponsored bike ride for Haiti because there was a big earthquake and loads of people have lost their lives.

"I want to make some money to buy food, water and tents for everyone in Haiti."

His message caught people's imagination and spread like wildfire on the internet and was quickly picked up by TV stations.

Along with donations, Charlie was flooded with messages of support. One donor said: "Well done Charlie - you are an inspiration to us all."

Mum Leonora said she was stunned at how Charlie's idea had taken off: "What started off as a little cycle round the park with his dad has turned into something a lot bigger than that and we can't believe it.

Man wakes up inside coffin

An elderly Polish beekeeper had a shock after passing out after being stung - and waking up inside a coffin.

Doctors believed that your man had suffered a heart attack after he was stung and he was declared dead.

His wife Ludmila said: "I could not believe it when they said he was dead and the doctor put a white sheet over him and three hours later local undertakers pulled up and put him in a coffin and closed the lid."

The coffin was then driven to the undertakers and put in a storeroom, but the mistake was discovered when Guzy woke up and started to shout for help.

Mr Guzy was taken to hospital and was released after a few days. Now the doctor who falsely diagnosed him as dead has apologised.

Saturday, January 23, 2010

what a legend!!!

Some stuff from today's show!!! Jan 22 09'

AA Georgia-based group is suggesting the Statue of Liberty have a male counterpart. The base would house a museum highlighting South Carolina’s role in the Revolution and Civil War. It would be the same size as Lady Liberty and cost about $150 million in private funds.
Workers with the names Andrew and Sarah are most likely to ring in sick and fake their illness to try and earn a day off work, a survey has disclosed. More than a third tried to avoid confrontation by texting their boss to avoid any questioning or confrontation, a quarter would email them and one in 14 would Tweet them. And for those who do use the old-fashioned phone call, 44 per cent speak in a quieter, more feeble voice when calling in sick to ensure their boss believes them.
Lucilo Perez skipped out on a $3,000 taxi fare for a ride from Miami to Memphis. He convinced the cabbie that his wife would pay after the 1600 mile ride. She didn't have the 3 k. Now Lucilo got 35 days in jail.
Police said a man and woman from New Hampshire are each facing prostitution charges after the man called police to say he'd paid for sex, but the woman then refused.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Haha Don't mess with Daughter

Police say Scott David Sullivan, 43, of West Bloomfield, arrived at a beach near Pleasant Lake at about 1:30 a.m. Tuesday and found his 14-year-old daughter and her 16-year-old boyfriend in the back seat of the boy's parked 2010 Dodge Charger. He was not happy and police say he then pulled his daughter from the car. He then jumped into the driver's seat and drove the car onto an icey lake with the 16-year-old still in the back. The 16-year-old said he tried to drive his car off the ice after Sullivan left and drove off with his daughter, but one of the wheels had sunk into the ice. He was still in the car when police arrived. Mr. Sullivan was charged with malicious destruction of property and reckless driving.

Stupid Eejits!!!

Apparently on a dare 10 boys, aged 13 and 14, drank hot sauce at their German school. VERY hot sauce. The Red Cross said that on the Scoville scale, which measures the hotness of sauce, the sauce measured 535,000 _ compared to 2,500 for normal Tabasco sauce. All of the boys were taken to the hospital and held overnight for observation.

International Hugging day!!

TODAY IS: National Hugging Day: What better way to show your affection than by sharing a hug? Wrap your arms around your friends and loved ones today to celebrate National Hugging Day.

More from today's show

Bobsleigher's split is an online hit

A British bobsleigh rider has become an accidental internet hit - after bursting out of her skin-tight Lycra suit.

Gillian Cooke's suit split just before she jumped into the bobsleigh with team-mate Nicola Minichiello during a world championship event in Switzerland.

Unfortunately for her, the embarrassing incident was caught on camera and quickly ended up on YouTube where it has notched up more than 1.4million hits.

Cooke, 27, seemed unaware of the technical malfunction however, despite the amusement of one of the officials, who was filmed laughing moments after the accident. Despite the slip up, Cooke and Minichiello managed to finish seventh at the championships which took place in St Moritz.

The two British women are due to compete at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada next month and hope to add to their gold medal from last year's World Championships in Lake Placid.

Cooke is originally from Edinburgh and is the brakes woman for the bobsleigh which is driven by Sheffield-based Minichiello.

No one from Team Minichiello was available for comment. Their website made no mention of the incident.


A US conman allegedly posed as a stunning female model on the internet to trick male admirers into sending him gifts and money.

Police in Texas said Justin Brown, 24, masqueraded as jeans and swimwear model Bree Condon, 23, for two years.

He posted a fake online profile on, 'the meeting place for wealthy and beautiful singles', reports the LA Times.

Brown allegedly identified himself as 'Bree - just looking for Mr Right', with accompanying photos of the brunette cover girl.

Police say he enticed rich suitors by sending them fake nude pictures, setting up web chats and even had intimate telephone conversations with his contingent of male fans, using his "very feminine voice".

The admirers were charmed into sending gifts to 'Bree', including an iPhone and a small dog. One affluent doctor even handed over nearly £10,000.

The scam was only uncovered after authorities, prompted by an investigator hired by the real Bree Condon, tracked Brown down to a budget motel room in Austin, Texas.

Private investigator John Carbona said he was stunned to find out that the fraudster was a man.

"I'd been talking to this person for three months," Mr Carbona said. "I'm telling you this guy has either had his gonads removed or he is talking through a voice synthesizer."

Austin police are investigating whether Brown also created a fake website for Condon, as well as Facebook and MySpace profiles in her name.

January 21st Show bits!!!

So this morning fell out of the shower trying to answer the fecking phone I'm sure you can imagine as it happens to alot of people have a listen :)

My joke of the day!!!

What is the best day to sleep in?


See I told ya very funny!!!

Put a smile back on your face!!!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Andrew's Famous Friends January 20th

Today's Show bits and pieces!!!

Officials turn off lights to boost birth rate

South Korean government workers are being given an unusual instruction - go home and make babies.

Officials at the Ministry of Health will turn off all the lights in the building at 7pm on Wednesday, reports the BBC.

They want to encourage staff to go home for an evening of passion with their wives or husbands.

The experiment will be repeated every month in a bid to boost the country's birth rate, one of the lowest in the world.

The Ministry of Health, now sometimes jokingly referred to as the Ministry of Matchmaking, is in charge of spearheading this drive, and it clearly believes its staff should lead by example.

Generous gift vouchers are on offer for officials who have more than one child, and the department organises social gatherings in the hope of fostering love amongst its bureaucrats.

But critics say what is really needed is widescale reform to tackle the burdensome cost of childcare and education that puts many young people off starting a family.

Woman found oven glove in her toast

The baker of Hovis bread was fined £750 after a woman in Northern Ireland found part of an oven glove in her toast.

The victim had begun to eat it before she noticed the shreds of hessian-type cloth, reports Metro.

Herefordshire-based Hovis makers Premier Foods was fined £750 at Omagh Magistrates' Court, in County Tyrone.

District Judge Greg McCourt imposed the fine and ordered the company to pay court costs of £85 after it had earlier pleaded guilty.

A spokesman for Premier Foods said: "We go to great lengths to assure the quality of our great British brands but on this isolated occasion we have fallen short of our usual high standards and apologise for any distress caused to the customer."

Today we celebrate: Aquarius: The eleventh sign of the Zodiac. Individuals born under this sign are thought to have leadership qualities with creative, challenging, entertaining, progressive, stimulating, and independent character, but one which is also prone to rebelliousness, coldness, erraticism, and impracticality

An eastern Pennsylvania man was charged after he allegedly broke into a home, cut his hair and prepared fried chicken before being discovered. The homeowner returned home Sunday to discover him watching TV and cooking chicken.

Officials at the Ministry of Health in S. Korea will turn off all the lights in the building at 7pm tonight, to encourage employees to go home and have a night of passion with their partners. They plan on leading by example in an effort to encourage an increase in the birth rate, on of the lowest in the world.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Ricky Gervais at the Golden Globes!!

Hotel employs human bed warmers!!!

A hotel chain is employing human bed warmers to help guests get a good night's sleep.

The walking electric blankets are dressed in special all-in-one sleeper suits and are sent to warm the beds of guests staying at the Holiday Inn before they get under the covers.

Holiday Inn spokeswoman Jane Bednall said the idea was "like having a giant hot water bottle in your bed".

The five minute free bed warming sessions are being tried out in London and Manchester at the end of January.

Dr Chris Idzikowski, director of the Edinburgh Sleep Centre, said the idea could help people get off to sleep.

He said: "There's plenty of scientific evidence to show that sleep starts at the beginning of the night when body temperature starts to drop.

"The decline occurs partly because the blood vessels of the hands, face and feet open up and release heat.

"A warm bed - approximately 20 to 24 degrees Celsius - is a good way to start this process whereas a cold bed would inhibit sleep.

"Holiday Inn's new bed warmers service should help people achieve a good night's sleep especially as it's taking much longer for them to warm up when they come in from the snow."

Gervais gets mixed reviews over Globes!!!

Ricky Gervais's performance as host of last night's Golden Globe Awards has attracted a mixed response from critics in the US.

The comedian made jokes about Angelina Jolie, Sir Paul McCartney and Mel Gibson among other stars as he fronted yesterday's ceremony at the Beverly Hilton hotel in Los Angeles.

BBC News reports that The AP has since hailed Gervais as "cheeky, silly and funny as heck", while gossip sites TMZ and Radar Online described him as "hysterical" and "on fire" respectively.

However, The Hollywood Reporter accused the 48-year-old of tackling "predictable subjects" in the opening minutes of the show and branded him "disappointingly toothless".

The publication's writer Andrew Wallenstein commented: "No doubt award shows will spring him from the bullpen for mid-telecast jumpstarts for some time to come, but his first headline outing was evidence he can't carry an entire event."

Last night's ceremony was the first time in 15 years that the Golden Globes had been fronted by a main host.

Monday's Show!!!!!

Getting divoced? Need stuff for your new life? "Divorcing can be an expensive time and registering for a Divorce Gift List means that family and friends can help the newly separated begin their new life." Thats the concept in England of Debenhams. The store will allow you to register like a wedding list for things that family and friends can buy you to help you get on with your post divorce life.
A cloud of food coloring powder was released when a Buffalo business was being torn down. A demolition contractor says a pipe contained about five pounds of residual red dye No. 40. It turned the snow pink.
Stars to auction Globes outfits for Haiti

Meryl Streep and House star Olivia Wilde are reportedly among the celebrities who will auction their Golden Globes outfits to raise money for the Haiti earthquake survivors.

According to Entertainment Tonight, other stars who have donated their outfits include Josh Brolin, Amy Pohler and Gerard Butler.

The clothes will be auctioned to the public through Artists For Peace And Justice and 100% of the proceeds will be given directly to the Haitian community.

Speaking to Extra, Wilde said: "It's my way of turning all this fashion madness into something positive."

Many celebrities on the red carpet also wore ribbons in support of the earthquake victims, while Nicole Kidman urged the audience and viewers to donate money to the appeal.

The auction is scheduled to start this week through eBay.


Saturday, January 16, 2010

I Have No Money!!!!


More from the show!!


The average woman burns off 48,000 calories a year -- just by walking around while shopping. A study published in the Daily Mail, revealed that women make up to 132 shopping trips each year -- an annual total of 159 hours and 56 minutes walking at a fast pace. The researchers found that shoppers will burn approximately five calories a minute - a total of 47,700 calories over a 12-month period. That's the equivalent of 25 days worth of women's recommended daily intake of 1,940 calories.


Do you get tired when you shop?
How long is your average shopping trip?


Chinese designer, Daizi Zheng, has created a concept Nokia mobile phone that is powered by sugary soft drinks. When the colaphone runs out of juice the user simply unscrews the top of the phone and tops it up with fizzy drink. She said, 'I found that a phone battery as a power source is expensive. It consumes valuable resources on manufacturing, presenting a disposal problem and is harmful to the environment.' Check it out:


Guy Has Glasses Tattooed On His Face

This is like telling a funny joke and everyone laughs but then repeating the same joke every day for the rest of your life.


Friday's Radio Show January 15th


A 4 year old boy in Taranto, Italy called the emergency line eto tell the cops he was too old for his pacifiers and he wanted them to pick them up. "I'm old enough now so you can have my dummies," the boy told the operator. Police said two officers visited the boy's birthday party and traded him a souvenir hat in exchange for his four old pacifiers.


The team of Bae Yeong Ho and Ha Mok Min from S. Korea took on competitors from more than a dozen countries, to win the texting World Cup yesterday. The two-person championship team takes home $100,000. Americans teenagers Kate Moore, of Des Moines, Iowa, and Morgan Dynda of Pooler, Ga. take second place.


A group of police officers in Oxford, Eng. have been reprimanded after being caught on video tape playing in the snow while on duty. The officers were using a riot shield to tobaggon down a snowy hill. "The snow has a habit of bringing out the child in all of us," Murray said. "I have spoken to the officers concerned and reminded them in no uncertain terms that tobogganing on duty, on police equipment and at taxpayers' expense is a very bad idea should they wish to progress under my command."

NO !
The 88 year old owner of Mae's Cake 'n Candy Supplies was not amused when a man clad all in black, including a black scarf on his face came in and put a note on the counter that said: "Give me the money in the register." "No," was all the owner told the man, police said. Officers said the man walked out of the store and fled on foot. They said a man matching the suspect's description was seen applying for a job at a nearby business the next day.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Miley Cyrus the real voice!!! :)

Simpsons' fan in TV record bid

A Simpsons fan is to attempt a world record by watching all 451 episodes of the television show back to back.

It would take Glyn Stott, 34, from Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales, six days without sleep, reports the Daily Telegraph.

He said: "I'm a huge fan of the show and I've seen every episode but watching them continuously for almost a week will be a feat of endurance.

"The judges have to make sure my eyes are firmly fixed on the screen - I have to be seen to be concentrating all the way through."

The current record for non-stop television watching is four days, set by an American viewer.
Mr Stott, a shop manager, will get a 20-minute break at the end of every three episodes and he must stick to the strict rules laid down by Guinness.

He said: "If I have a meal during the world record attempt I'm not allowed to look down at the plate - my eyes must be on the TV all the time.
"I will be allowed to use an exercise bike to keep my circulation going but even then I can't avert my eyes from the Simpsons.

"I will be watching 20 years of TV compressed into six-and-a-half days - it will be amazing to see how the show has changed over the years."
A spokesman for Fox said: "Nearly a week without sleep watching TV - Homer would be proud of him."

The Stalking Cat