A KILLER AS COMMON AS WATER
Inhaling it can kill you, as it does thousands each year. Found in every lake river and ocean, it's a major component of acid rain. It can corrode metal. Ingestion can cause nausea and electrolyte imbalance. Prolonged exposure to its solid form can cause severe tissue damage. It contributes to the erosion of our natural landscape. And it's piped right into your home. You owe it to yourself to find out more about the dangers of dihydrogen monoxide.
What? No noogies?
As part of our never ending quest to help you limit your contact with other actual human beings, we're proud to bring you the classic childhood game of Rock, Paper, Scissors brought into the digital age. The best thing about
playing against the computer is that you don't have to get punched in the arm if you lose. On the other hand, if you win you don't get to punch anybody else. [Sigh] There's always a price for progress.
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Anybody up for a little tongue?
Good God! Move over Gene Simmons. Step aside Tiny Pinnochio. Milo's here.
Holy Crap! That's a big-ass tongue for such a little dog. The photos are frightening enough, but make sure you check out the video section to see the tongue of Milo in action. It's...it's... it's very long. This dog can lick his ass and his balls at the same time. (Sadly, there's no video of that.)
Talk about never wanting to leave the house!
it almost doesn't seem sporting
Ahh, Dubya. Such an easy target nowadays. Some of the best anti-Bush stuff is coming from the far side of the Pond. This site gives us a World Leader Morph Toy, featuring Bush and his lapdog Blair; a Bush Wordifier (anal sex can become subanal sex awareness); and an Enron lynching—all in the form of web games. There are also screensavers available for downloading. Hey, don't you crinkle your nose, missy! You can never have too many screensavers.