I want to see the bright lights tonight
A site devoted to home Christmas decoration. It includes photos of some of the gaudiest displays going. One description referenced 40,000 lights, a snow machine, deer sculptures, a snowball throwing snowman, strobe lights, Santa on the beach, and computer-controlled animatronics.
The author claimed his display was "Griswald-esque in a tasteful sort of way." I'm choking on the irony.
Is that a potato in your pocket...
Oh the versatile spud. You can fry it. Bake it. Scallop it. Mash it. Twice bake it. Sauté it. Or you can launch it out of a cannon. Backyardarsenal.com tells all about how to make Spud Guns. These PVC contraptions can fling your standard grocery store potato hundreds of feet.
Of course, the only real question is why you would want to.
Oh Noah, he built him, he built him an arky, arky
The problem with religious nuts is they are so far out there, that it becomes impossible to tell the pages put up by the sincerely deranged from the pages put up by those mocking the sincerely deranged. This is the home page of a ministry that is seeking to rebuild Noah's Ark. Or it's a joke. For the love of God I can't tell which, and I'm not about to schlep out to Maryland to find out. Intentionally or not, it's pretty damn funny.
Sex and Death
With all the smut and gore we here at WWWeird slog through on the web, it takes a lot to make our jaws drop. ( The last time was Divine Interventions' Baby Jesus Butt Plug. ) This site seems like a normal enough sales site for a casket company, until you check out its promotional calendar. The calendar features provocatively dressed women staring wantonly into the camera. Oh yeah, and there is a casket worked into the picture as well. ReyataThe company is based out of Italy. Oh, those nutty Europeans...