The latest edition of absurd Facebook-related tattoos: This lady (?) got a tattoo of her 192 Facebook friends' faces on her arm. Ugh. If this is going to become a trend, then Facebook needs to add a privacy setting that lets you not allow people to get your Facebook profile picture tattooed on a person's arm. [via …
Rapper T-Pain introduced this new tattoo he got in Hawaii with a tweet: "I think this ones pretty sweet, unless facebook shuts down soon 0_o". That's what the guy who tattooed MySpace's Tom on his back said in 2002.
Yes, both of these pictures are of the same guy. To the right is how he looked when he boarded Air Canada flight AC018 from Hong Kong to Vancouver. The picture on the left is what he turned into.
Unless you're a 50-foot hipster, I'd advise you to stay away from the world's largest skateboard. On the other side, if you and your forty friends feel suicidal, I'm sure it will be fun till the very end. [Thanks Tom!]
Mr. Zack is a very bad bad BAD man. Just don't mooch off those poor girls' wireless, Mr. Zack. That's not nice.
The Unclaimed Baggage Center, a real, live place where—wait for it—unclaimed airline baggage goes to market, is a smorgasbord of eclectic lost gadgets, guidance systems and diamonds, oh my:
Was that headline mean? I'm sorry, but the silliness of this lawsuit, which centers around one couple's quest to annoy/sue the hell out of their entire apartment building, warranted it. The story unfolds like this: Updated.
These were on display at the "Bread & Butter" fashion trade show in Barcelona. They go from courtside to poolside with the pull of a zipper. [Reuters]
Throwing darts has never been this fun. Not only do you get the satisfaction of hitting a bull's-eye if your aim is true, but as soon as you score, this supremely confident blond encourages you, crying out in ecstasy the inexplicable phrase, "Young girl, bull's-eyes! Wonderful!" Even though it is a bit misogynistic…
In another odd story that further proves the fact that too much TV can't be healthy, a 70-year-old man was found dead in front of an extremely loud TV in his home in Hampton Bays, New York. The low humidity in his apartment mummified, or preserved, the body. The man, identified as Vincenzo Ricardo, had not been heard…