Tuesday, May 31, 2011

She'll Talk Whatever Way she wants!!!

Andrew. :)

Would anyone Blame this Woman???

Bangladesh woman cuts off 'attacker's' penis

Monju Begum says her neighbour had been harassing her for months Police in southern Bangladesh say a woman cut off a man's penis during an alleged attempt to rape her and took it to a police station as evidence.

The incident took place in Mirzapur village, Jhalakathi, about 200km south of the capital, Dhaka.

Monju Begum, 40, a married mother of three, told police that neighbour Mozammel Haq Mazi forced his way into her shanty and started assaulting her.

Mr Mazi, who denies the accusation, has been admitted to a nearby hospital.

"We will arrest him once his condition gets better," police spokesman Abul Khaer told the BBC.

"She said she fought back and cut off his penis and brought it to our police station in a polythene bag to prove that Mr Mazi tried to rape her," police spokesman Abul Khaer told the BBC.

"She has registered a case accusing him of attempted rape," he said.

"It is quite an unusual incident. As far as I am aware, this is the first time that a woman has brought a severed penis to the police station as evidence."

Monju Begum told police that Mr Mazi, a married father of five, had been harassing her for the past six months.

'Revenge attack'

But Mr Mazi denied the allegations.

"We were having an affair and recently she suggested that both of us can go and settle down in Dhaka," Mr Mazi told the BBC from the hospital in nearby Barisal.

"I refused and told her that I cannot leave my wife and children, so she took revenge on me."

Prof AMSM Sharfuzzaman, a senior surgeon at the Sher-e-Bangla Medical College and Hospital in Barisal town, told the BBC it had not been possible to reattach the organ.

"Police brought his severed penis several hours after the incident," he said.

"We are treating him so that he can urinate normally without the penis."



Monday, May 30, 2011

Refused from the Drive Thru

A woman says she was refused service at a McDonald's drive-through because she was riding a horse and carriage -- luckily she wasn't far from a friendly KFC.

Debbie Murden from Derbyshire had driven her two-wheeled carriage to the drive-thru window at the Alfreton branch and ordered her burgers and milkshakes.

Having done this before, she didn't think it would be a problem, but staff said that due to health and safety rules they couldn't serve her -- prompting her to angrily head off to a nearby KFC.

Commenting on the incident, a spokesperson for McDonald's said it was company policy not to serve customers in horse-drawn carriages… which suggests this happens more often than we would have thought.

Andrew. :)

The Greatest Proposal EVER!!!!!

Watch this video and prepare to never like the guy!!! Expectations have been Raised.

Andrew. :)

Friday, May 27, 2011

What Really Happened!!!!

Best Laugh I've had all day :)


Tuesday, May 24, 2011

We Should all do this Training!!!!

It's always good to know that we are not the only ones planning for the zombie apocalypse.

And America's Centre for Disease Control and Prevention is the latest organisation to show a understandable fear of the undead - by publishing a guide to surviving an uprising.

The US government body recently added a page to their website entitled 'Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse' - detailing what you should do when the dead start roaming the streets.

There's even a guide to the sort of 'emergency survival kit' which it's suggested we should all have ready for the moment the inevitable happens.

but, while the kit includes food, batteries and a radio, it's suspiciously light on zombie killing equipment like shotguns and flame-throwers… which makes us think they're not taking the zombie threat seriously.

Andrew. :)

See?? This is what you'll get, if you break the law!!!

An Ohio couple found themselves up to their ankles in trouble for rafting on a flood-swollen river without life preservers and lying about it afterward.

A judge sentenced them to stand in a tiny swimming pool while wearing life jackets and handing out water safety brochures Saturday at a festival.

Twenty-year-old Grace Nash and 22-year-old Bruce Crawford pleaded guilty to misdemeanor misconduct during an emergency.

Searchers spent hours looking for them last month after they were spotted on the Grand River. They made it to land but lied to an official about being in the water.

They chose the pool punishment and community service over 60 days in jail.

Nash tells The News-Herald in Willoughby they've learned their lesson.

Andrew. :)

Best Sign Ever!!!

He may not have the golden radio voice like the other guy but you have to admire his sign!!

Andrew. :)

Monday, May 23, 2011

Hang on!! How the......what???

So this guy's jeep overturns, what do you do when that happens???

Well have a look!!

Andrew. :)

Don't Mess with my Pet!!!

A 72-year-old man has told how he wrestled with an alligator to save his pet dog from certain death.

Gary Murphy leapt on to the back of the six ft-long beast in a desperate attempt to save his pet West Highland terrier named Doogie.

He threw himself on the to back of the alligator and began punching him on the head to force the gator to release the terrified dog from its jaws.

After a few blows to the head the gator released its prey and slid back into the water in Palm City, Florida.

Mr Murphy said: 'I hit the back of that gator. It was like jumping on a pile of rocks.

'But when I did, I caught him right behind the head, his mouth opened and Doogie took off and the gator turned around and went under the boat and out he went.'

He added: 'I wasn't trying to be a hero. I just wanted my dog back.'

Mr Murphy found his dog shaking with fear and bleeding heavily from several deep gouges on his body caused by the gator's razor sharp teeth.

He was rushed to a local veterinarian where he was treated for lung injuries and liver damage as well as the deep gouges.

The unplanned gator wrestling bout took place as Mr Murphy worked on his father-in-law's boat near marshland on the Port St Lucie River in Palm City, about 80 miles from Miami.

The retired construction worker said he looked up to see his beloved pet clamped between the alligator's jaws.

Mr Murphy said: 'I'm right here, and I hear a yelp.

'I look down. The gator's right here with Doogie in his mouth.

'He just had him in his mouth and was dragging him back.'

To reach his pet in time Mr Murphy said he had to leap over a foot high rope barrier.

Mr Murphy said his wife called him "nuts" for wrestling with the alligator, but he said:"If your kid was in the water with its head in a gator's mouth, what would you do?"

Veterinarian Andrea Pace said Doogie will survive his injuries.

She said: 'He's really lucky. He had some injuries in his lungs.

'We took X-rays and he has some other, some problems on the liver but he should be able to make it."

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission warned that as it is alligator mating season, making the reptiles more active, pet owners should keep their animals on a leash, especially around water.

On average there are seven attacks on humans by alligators each year in Florida but the number of dogs killed by the reptiles is put at over 20.

Mr Murphy said he plans to put up an electric fence around his property to deter any other alligators.

End of the World my arse!!!!

I don't know have you noticed this, but the world hasn't ended!! A guy in America predicted it to be May 21st 2011 at 6pm. He runs his own Christian Radio Station and low and behold, he was wrong :)
OAKLAND, Calif. -- The hour of the apocalypse came quietly and went the same way – leaving those who believed that Saturday evening would mark the world's end confused, or more faithful, or just philosophical.

Believers had spent months warning the world of the pending cataclysm. Some had given away earthly belongings. Others took long journeys to be with loved ones. And there were those who drained their savings accounts.

All were responding to the May 21 doomsday message by Harold Camping, an 89-year-old retired civil engineer who has built a multi-million-dollar Christian media empire that publicizes his apocalyptic prediction.

"I had some skepticism but I was trying to push the skepticism away because I believe in God," said Keith Bauer – who hopped in his minivan in Maryland and drove his family 3,000 miles to California for the Rapture. He started his day in the bright morning sun outside the gated Camping's Oakland headquarters of Family Radio International.

"I was hoping for it because I think heaven would be a lot better than this earth," said Bauer, a tractor-trailer driver who began the voyage west last week, figuring that if he "worked last week, I wouldn't have gotten paid anyway, if the Rapture did happen."

According to Camping, the destruction was likely to have begun its worldwide march as it became 6 p.m. in the various time zones, although some believers said Saturday the exact timing was never written in stone.

He had been projecting the apocalyptic prediction for years far and wide via broadcasts and websites.

In New York's Times Square, Robert Fitzpatrick, of Staten Island, said he was surprised when the six o'clock hour simply came and went. He had spent his own money to put up advertising about the end of the world.

"I can't tell you what I feel right now," he said, surrounded by tourists. "Obviously, I haven't understood it correctly because we're still here." Many followers said the delay was a further test from God to persevere in their faith.

"It's still May 21 and God's going to bring it," said Family Radio's special projects coordinator Michael Garcia, who spent Saturday morning praying and drinking two last cups of coffee with his wife at home in Alameda. "When you say something and it doesn't happen, your pride is what's hurt. But who needs pride? God said he resists the proud and gives grace to the humble."

The Internet was alive with discussion, humorous or not, about the end of the world and its apparent failure to occur on cue. Many tweets declared Camping's prediction a dud or shared, tongue-in-cheek, their relief at not having to do weekend chores or take a shower.

The top trends on Twitter at midday included, at No. 1, "endofworldconfessions," followed by "myraptureplaylist."

As 6 p.m. approached in California, some 100 people gathered outside Family Radio International headquarters in Oakland, although it appeared none of the believers of the prophecy were among them. Camping's radio stations, TV channels, satellite broadcasts and website are controlled from a modest building sandwiched between an auto shop and a palm reader's business.

Christian leaders from across the spectrum widely dismissed the prophecy, and members of a local church concerned followers could slip into a deep depression come Sunday were part of the crowd outside Family Radio International. They held signs declaring Camping a false prophet as motorists drove by.

"The cold, hard reality is going to hit them that they did this, and it was false and they basically emptied out everything to follow a false teacher," the Rev. Jacob Denys, of the Milpitas-based Calvary Bible Church, said earlier. "We're not all about doom and gloom. Our message is a message of salvation and of hope."

About a dozen people in a partying mood were also outside Family Radio International, creating a carnival-like atmosphere as they strolled in a variety costumes that portrayed monks, Jesus Christ and other figures.

"Am I relieved? Yeah. I've got a lot going on," Peter Erwin, a student from Oakland, said, with a hint of sarcasm. "Trying to get specific about the end of the world is crazy."

Revelers counted down the seconds before the anticipated hour, and people began dancing to music as the clock struck 6 p.m. Some released shoe-shaped helium balloons into the sky in an apparent reference to the Rapture.

Camping has preached that some 200 million people would be saved, and that those left behind would die in a series of scourges visiting Earth until the globe is consumed by a fireball on Oct. 21.

Family Radio International's message has been broadcast in 61 languages. He has said that his earlier apocalyptic prediction in 1994 didn't come true because of a mathematical error.

"I'm not embarrassed about it. It was just the fact that it was premature," he told The Associated Press last month. But this time, he said, "there is ... no possibility that it will not happen."

As Saturday drew nearer, followers reported that donations grew, allowing Family Radio to spend millions on more than 5,000 billboards and 20 RVs plastered with the doomsday message. In 2009, the nonprofit reported in IRS filings that it received $18.3 million in donations, and had assets of more than $104 million, including $34 million in stocks or other publicly traded securities.

Marie Exley, who helped put up apocalypse-themed billboards in Israel, Jordan and Lebanon, said the money allowed the nonprofit to reach as many souls as possible.

She said she and her husband, mother and brother read the Bible and stayed close to the television news on Friday night awaiting word of an earthquake in the southern hemisphere. When that did not happen, she said fellow believers began reaching out to reassure one another of their faith.

"Some people were saying it was going to be an earthquake at that specific time in New Zealand and be a rolling judgment, but God is keeping us in our place and saying you may know the day but you don't know the hour," she said Saturday, speaking from Bozeman, Mont. "The day is not over, it's just the morning, and we have to endure until the end."

Still, the world wasn't without its normal and sometimes dreadful disturbances Saturday. Among them: a tornado killed one person and damaged at least 20 homes in Kansas, a 6.1-magnitude quake stuck 600 miles off New Zealand with no reports of injury, a much smaller quake, 3.6, was felt my many people Saturday evening in the San Francisco Bay area, and Iceland's most active volcano started erupting.

Camping, who lives few miles from his radio station, was not home late morning Saturday, and an additional attempt to seek comment from him late in the evening also was unsuccessful, with no one answering his front door.

Earlier in the day, Sheila Doan, 65, Camping's next-door-neighbor of 40 years, was outside gardening and said the worldwide spotlight on his May 21 forecast has attracted far more attention than the 1994 prediction.

Doan said she is a Christian and while she respects her neighbor, she doesn't share his views.

"I wouldn't consider Mr. Camping a close friend and wouldn't have him over for dinner or anything, but if he needs anything, we are there for him," Doan said.


Associated Press reporters Terry Chea in Oakland, Don Babwin in Chicago, Mike Householder in Detroit, Janet McConnaughey in New Orleans, David R. Martin in New York and video journalist Haven Daley in San Francisco contributed to this report.

Andrew. :)

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Sure what else would ya be doing??

So during a baseball match, it started pouring rain. (the poor guys apparently can't play in rain) so to pass the time they decided to entertain the crowd with various antics............. If you need a smile watch this video :)


Bad Idea!!!

When Anthony Thomas was arrested following a domestic dispute, he thought he could get the better of the officer booking him at the station – oh boy was he wrong.

As this CCTV footage shows, the 29-year old had been taken to an Ohio police station following his 3am arrest, and as a slightly portly office removed his handcuffs, Thomas can be seen sizing him up.

Then, as officer William Witt sat behind the booking desk and began to enter information on the computer, Thomas took a step back before leaping over the counter and launching an assault on the unsuspecting cop.

Despite being taken by surprise, officer Witt held his own during the resulting scuffle – during which both men landed several punches – but it looked like it could take a turn for the worse when Thomas went for the officer's gun.

However, after another couple of seconds of fighting, Witt was able to grab Thomas in a choke hold and pin him down on the counter as other officers rushed to the scene.

Needless to say, by the time Thomas was outnumbered eight to one, he didn't stand a chance and was pulled off the desk and hauled into custody – where he faced the additional charge of assault on a police officer.

Officer Witt sustained bruising to his face and eye area but suffered no serious injuries.

Andrew. :)

Friday, May 20, 2011

Pony man Update

Yesterday I mentioned on the show that a fella tried to take a pony on a train but was refused (shock horror). But now hes hit the news again, after he left the train station this happened :)

Joe Purcell, 69, made the headlines after his attempt to buy a train ticket for his pony was caught on CCTV at Wrexham railway station.

More photos have now come to light of came to light of Mr Purcell taking the pony, called Pongo, into a pub and an A&E department.

The Irishman is a well-known character for miles around Wrexham, where he lives in a caravan.

His daughter Violet, 40, said: "He takes his pony wherever he goes, to the pub, the shops, everywhere.

"But the train station was a new one! The whole family couldn't stop laughing."

Mr Purcell reportedly took Pongo into a Wetherspoon bar and tried to buy them both a drink. A Wetherspoon spokesman said: "He was asked to leave by the manager."

Two hours later he turned up at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, claiming Pongo had been "glassed" in a street row.

A spokesman said: "He presented the animal and said it had an infection. He was politely asked to leave.

Andrew. :)

Thursday, May 19, 2011

First a Cow and Now a Zebra :)

Until this morning we were fairly convinced Luna the showjumping cow would reign supreme as our odd showjumping animal of 2011… and then we saw this.

Zack the showjumping zebra come from Texas and took up the sport when owner Sammi Jo Stohler noticed the six-year-old enjoyed jumping.

After he jumped out of his field one too many times, Sammi decided to put up a series of jumps for Zack, and sure enough he started hopping over them.

She then began teaching Zack to be groomed and ridden and now thinks nothing of putting her showjumping garb on and taking him around the course… people who see her are less nonchalant.

Andrew. :)

Isnt Technology Great

workers spend a average of five hours every week stressed out -- because of technology, it has emerged.

Slow internet, computers crashing and the printer running out of ink or paper sees workers feeling harassed for an average of 56 minutes each day.

Busy mobile phone networks, constant texts from your other half and even seeing unflattering pictures of yourself tagged on Facebook are also common triggers.

More than one third of workers said technology made their blood boil more than anything else during the working day.

And four out of ten of the 3,000 adults polled said tech issues were more stressful than their love lives, domestic disputes and financial troubles.

Andrew. :)

Ultimate Professional

Fashion model Lindsey Wixson has been left red-faced after falling over THREE times at an show for Japan earthquake survivors in Cannes.

The 17-year-old American had been strutting her stuff on the catwalk at the Fashion for Relief event organised by Naomi Campbell.

And it was all going well until she tripped on the hem of a ball gown and embarrassingly fell on all fours in front of the assembled crowd.

While she was quick to jump up and give a big thumbs up, it was all a bit premature… because as she made her way backstage she fell over another two times. Oops.

Andrew. :)

Ponies on a Train

What's wrong? You look like you've never seen a man trying to board a train with his friendly pet pony before.

A rail passenger in Wales recently barred from boarding a train from Wrexham to Holyhead after taking his pony down to the platform in a station lift.

According to Arriva Trains Wales, the unnamed traveller had arrived at Wrexham station and promptly tried buying ticket for himself and the animal for the 7.02pm service.

As these images show, despite being told the pony was too big to travel in a carriage, he then proceeded to take it down to the platform where he was stopped from boarding. Thank goodness for CCTV.

Continue reading and comment >>Man tried to take his pony on a train in Wales.

Andrew. :)

Wednesday, May 18, 2011


I've tried this, successfully thank god. But the Internet is flooded with failed verions of dropping Mentos sweets into a Coke bottle and its like a rocket!

Well watch this one :)


A Dicycle??

Dispatch riders and couriers know the fastest way to weave through heavy traffic is on a motorbike.

But for those jams even two wheels can't navigate, a new solution has been developed.

Just like a Transformer, the Uno III Streetbike - or U3 - can convert itself with the push of a button from a conventional motorbike to unicycle-style machine.

The electric-powered machine balances on two parallel rear wheels, the front retracting between them to allow it to manoeuvre through spaces so tight it can be driven into a building - and even fit in the lift.

The new vehicle was developed from an initial idea by Benjamin Gulak, a young American inventor.

Four years ago, while on a business trip to Asia with his father, the then 17-year-old conceived of it as a solution to China's smog-filled megacities.

As Benjamin witnessed the incredible pollution in Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, much of it produced by smoky two-stroke scooters and motorcycles, he realised that electrics would make ideal substitutes.

When he returned home to the U.S., he made it his mission to design the ultimate electric vehicle - and to somehow make it cool.

Based on Benjamin's original Uno I prototype, built for a year 12 science project in 2008, the Uno III has evolved to manage the transformation from nimble city runabout to stable highway tourer.

Now the remarkable vehicle is being produced by his own motor design company in Cambridge, Massachusetts, called BPG Motors.

Small enough to fit in indoors, but powerful enough to tackle the road, the makers hope the cutting edge $7,500 ride will revolutionise the morning commute.

Andrew. :)

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Flintstones Are Back

If your a fan of Family Guy (if your not you should be) then you'll know Seth MacFarlene. He's the creator of the show and now he's decided to bring back the Flintstones.

He had signed a deal to revamp the series and spoke of his love for the show. "I think America is finally ready for an animated sitcom about a fat, stupid guy with a wife who's too good for him"

Andrew. :)

Monday, May 16, 2011

Have Apple brought out a new Phone Again?

A drunk driver in Russia had so much to drink he tried to trick police into thinking he was making an important phone call using a packet of cigarettes.

When he was pulled over for driving erratically, the boozed-up motorist proceeded to make a phone call in which he asked if his father was on duty.

He then told the person he was speaking to, to "just deal with the situation" in the seemingly influential call.

And it might have worked and persuaded cops to go easy on him… if he hadn't been so drunk he'd just spent a couple of minutes having a chat with a packet of cigarettes.

As such the officers could barely contain their laughter in the video which is currently going viral on youtube.


Andrew :)

In case you were wondering, having a tattoo on your forehead which reads "Please forgive me if I say or do anything stupid" does not mean police will not arrest you.

As this fantastic photo of Robert Norton Kennedy proves, it actually just ensures that if you break the law, you're mugshot will go viral online.

Police had been called to the 51-year-old who was playing his music too loudly for his neighbours, but when the officers arrived, Kennedy spat in the nieghoubours

Unfortunately his unique head tattoo, which reads: "WITH GOD ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE GOD LOVES YOU, Please forgive me if I say or do anything stupid, Thank You!" wasn't a get out of jail free card.

Andrew. :)

A band of Star Trek rebels killed Osama bin Laden in Pakistan ... at least according to a German television news station.

The station, N24, featured a logo of what it thought was the emblem of the US Navy SEAL Team Six on a large screen last week while its presenter Mick Locher spoke about the raid on the terrorist leader's compound in Abbottabad on May 1, US media reports said.

Locher reportedly commented on the design of the logo, saying: "And they also have the 'Team Six', that carried out the mission. They don't have the skull in their emblem for nothing."

But there was a hitch.

The logo was not Team Six's. It was a fictional badge created by a Star Trek fan organisation based on the Maquis, a 24th-century rebel group of beings and unhappy Starfleet officers.

The error was screengrabbed by German media watchdog blog BILDblog and posted online.

The Trekkie group, Maquis Forces International - which calls itself the first "completely internet-based Star Trek fan organisation" on the web - had created the logo for what it envisaged to be the US Navy's Special Operations Force SEAL team for the 23rd and 24th century.

The fan site TrekMovie jumped on the mistake, pointing out in a post: "Locher didn't seem to notice (or care) that the skull in question was from a Klingon and included a bolted-on eyepatch.

"He and N24 also appear undeterred by the emblem's inclusion of a phaser, 3 Klingon bat'leth swords and the word 'Maquis'."

The real SEAL (SEa-Air-Land) teams were formed in 1962 by then US president John F. Kennedy.

Historically, they specialised in fighting on the seas but have in the past decade taken part in battles on land in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Team Six, which is formally known as the US Naval Special Warfare Development Group, is based at Dam Neck, close to Virginia Beach in Virginia in the United States.

The team's members are an elite within an elite and comprise soldiers recruited from other SEAL teams.

Andrew. :)

Real or Fake?

Real or Fake??

Andrew :)

Real or Fake?

Real or Fake??

Andrew :)

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Maeve Higgins

The lovely Maeve Higgins popped into studio today for a chat so afterwards Ed and I grabbed her for a few photos :)



Women who are thinking about going under the knife can now get an instant boob job for free thanks to a new iPhone app.

The app is the brainchild of US plastic surgeon Elizabeth A. Kinsley, from New Orleans, who was the first doctor to employ 3D imaging technology to show women what they will look like after surgery.

Called iAugment, the app allows iPhone users to take a picture of themselves and virtually boost their cup size.

While it's intended for people considering plastic surgery themselves, we can imagine one or two blokes will be testing to see what their other half might look like with bigger breasts.
Makers say users considering plastic surgery should start off by taking a photo of their chest, ideally in a bra or bikini.

They then use two on screen cursors to mark out the breasts, before choosing from 17 different sizes of virtual implant, ranging from 210cc to 690cc which are instantly visualised.

It's said the app is designed as a "fun first step" for women who are considering going under the knife. And if women are happy with their results, they can use the app to find their nearest approved plastic surgeon.

Dr. Kinsley said: "Breast augmentation can be a complicated procedure with women asking questions like 'what will they look like?' or 'what size is right for me'.

"This is designed to give them the best idea possible of how they might look after surgery.

"You can show your friends, your boyfriend or your husband and say 'what do you think?"

Andrew. :)

Black Eyed Peas - Dont stop the Party

B.E.P. new single :)


Monday, May 9, 2011


2011 just got interesting! €5000 for the winner and you'll get to perform in the Rose of Tralee Dome on August 20th.

Applications now at and you can call us too and we'll post it out to you 066 712 36 66.

I can't wait!

Oh and the audience get a vote this year too

Andrew. :)

Remember!! Slow Down!!!!!!!

Next time you're out Roller Blading, remember SLOW DOWN :)


A man caught on a speed camera doing 40mph in a 30mph zone has escaped prosecution - because he was on roller-skates.

Sam Tuffnell, 28, was pictured setting off a camera in his home town of Hastings, East Sussex.

The stunt was filmed by a friend, who posted the footage to YouTube, where it has been viewed nearly 100,000 times.(at time of this post)

Mr Tuffnell said: "We had always talked about whether it was possible to be caught speeding on blades, but we have only just got around to doing it.

"We chose the camera we did because it was at the bottom of a hill so I could build some speed up.

"Everyone loves the video. Some people think it is brilliant but some people think I am mad.

"I found out I had broken my coccyx a few days before and the rollerblades also had no brakes - but I was trying to go even faster than 50mph.

"Like everyone, we do have a bit of a grudge against speed cameras, but this was not some kind of protest, it was just a stunt."

A spokesman for Sussex Safer Roads Partnership confirmed Mr Tuffnell would not face any punishment as he was not in a vehicle.

Andrew. :)

1st Pics of Cheryl on the US X-Factor

Cheryl Cole wore big hair and bright colours for her first day of her new job – as a judge on the US X Factor.

The start of filming was delayed as the newly announced fourth judge Paula Abdul was still working out details of her contract.

Cheryl laughed off the criticism that the show (including Steve Jones as presenter too) might be too British for an American audience and added her Georgie accent should be no problem for viewers -

‘I’m hoping people are going to embrace it. I’m not worried (about my accent). It’s going to be interesting. I hear a lot of accents here too.’

Asked if she was asked to tone down the accent she replied - ‘Never! I would be crucified where I’m from if I tried to change my accent.’

Oh and Apparently Gary Barlow has signed a contract and will replace Simon on the UK show along with Louis Walsh (who has yet to sign) and Alesha Dixon

Andrew. :)

Friday, May 6, 2011

If you need a Smile today :)

If you're in a bad mood today watch this for smiles.

Andrew. :)

George (silver fox) Clooney :P

50 years old today he is and I've no shame in admitting I've a man crush on him. And why wouldn't ya! George Clooney

Heres an article I found on the net, 50 reasons to love everyone's favourite silver fox!

Andrew. :)

1. Clooney — despite Oscars, Golden Globes, golden looks — does not take himself too seriously.

2. He takes his charitable work for disaster victims and Darfur very seriously.

3. Despite the media coverage that surrounds his humanitarian work, Clooney almost never lets the story become about him.

4. And if it does become about him, like this story with his former “travel buddy” Nicholas Kristof, about Clooney’s contraction of malaria, it still serves to spread awareness.

5. He’s influential in his own circles: Clooney was a prime organizer behind the celebrity-driven fundraisers “America: A tribute to heroes” for September 11 victims, as well as “Hope for Haiti” following the devastating earthquake.

6. Well, just *look* at him. And listen.

7. He is, unapologetically, NOT the marrying kind. Doesn’t make him a bad guy, just a guy who knows who he is.

8. He’s stayed totally aboveboard when asked about his one failed marriage.

9. When Michelle Pfeiffer and Nicole Kidman both lost $10,000 bets in which they predicted that, marriage or not, he would be a father by 40, Clooney returned the checks, betting double or nothing that he won’t have kids by age 50.

10. To paraphrase Scarlett O’Hara, who was speaking of Rhett Butler, Clooney “has a way of looking at women like he knows what they look like without their shimmy.”

11. The fact that he was, for 17 episodes, part of the cast of “The Facts of Life.”

12. His mullet from “The Facts of Life.”

13. His dad, former anchorman Nick Clooney.

14. His aunt, singer Rosemary Clooney.

15. You feel like he appreciates his riches. He’s no Snooki.

16. Thanks to the guidance from his aunt, he also understands fame can be fleeting (see previous comment about Snooki).

17. He’s got an athletic side: He had professional baseball aspirations and is well-known for his pickup basketball games.

18. He knows rejection: he tried out for the Cincinnati Reds in 1977, and but was never offered a contract.

19. He also didn’t cut it as a broadcaster, a job he’s admitted wasn't right for him.

20. He once sold men’s suits to pay the bills.

21. Despite being political, he has no desire to get into politics.

22. He had a 300-pound potbellied pig, Max, a gift from Kelly Preston.

23. The pig proves he can commit: Max died on Dec. 1, 2006, after 18 long, happy years with Clooney.

24. He gives credit where it’s due: he’s given Max credit for saving him from the 1994 Northridge earthquake by waking him before it hit.

25. Did we mention he’s easy on the eyes?

26. He knows how to make a graceful exit. Even though Doug Ross’ departure on “ER” seemed unfathomable, it was the right career move, and he made a graceful exit.

27. He was loyal to the show that made him a star, agreeing to do a cameo during the final season of “ER.”

28. He stands up to bullies. When “Three Kings” director David O. Russell embarrassed and berated members of the cast and crew, Clooney wasn’t having it. Ultimately, Russell ended up in a choke hold.

29. He didn’t become famous until he was in his 30s.

30. Even Clooney went through an awkward phase.

31. It’s not all about the money. Clooney wrote, directed and acted in “Good Night and Good Luck,” which barely cracked the $30 million mark.

32. Two words: Danny Ocean.

33. While we’re talking about his films let's remember how fantastic “Syriana” was. The film proved he’s tough in real life as his torture scenes lead to real-life torture. Because of a head injury, spinal fluid ultimately began leaking out of his nose, causing pain so severe the actor contemplated suicide.

34. All that said, he admits Fabio could beat him up.

35. He’s honest about his flops. Example: He’s referred to “Batman and Robin,” as “a waste of money.”

36. He gets beaten up a lot in his films, and likes that because “there is always something that you just aren’t going to win.”

37. He’s described himself as being “scrappy,” a trait for which he credits his mother.

38. About being scrappy: He cuts his own hair.

39. More on being scrappy: He refuses to wear makeup while filming.

40. He can get away with not wearing makeup.

41. He played a genius prank on Matt Damon, where he had the actor's pants all altered to make him believe he was getting fat, all while Damon was trying to lose weight for a film.

42. His fake ear and nose stunt during the “Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert for Autism Education.”

43. His mission to destroy Gawker Stalker was really fun to witness.

44. He’s eloquent/funny, even when he’s being connected with the sex scandal surrounding Italian Prime minister Silvio Berlusconi (“I’ve only met Berlusconi once and that was in an attempt to get aid into Darfur,” he said).

45. And while we’re loosely on the subject of Italy, we love that he has a vacation place in Lake Como, eschewing typical celeb playgrounds like Malibu and the Hamptons.

46. His Oscar acceptance speech when he won best supporting actor for “Syriana.”

47. Despite all we know about Clooney, he’s maintained some level of privacy.

48. And mystique.

49. And if someone has some bad things to say about him, he’s still respected enough that that person is keeping quiet.

50. He’s comfortable with getting older. “It’s better than the other option, which is being dead,” he said.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Pippa's Ass

Well it was one of the most talked about events of the year and it was great day indeed I'm sure for Big Willy and Kate but her sister is the one grabbing headlines with pictures of one of the sexiest bums you'll see. :)

Here watch:

Andrew. :)