Pure, Unadulterated Violence
Welcome to the wonderful world of Stickicide. The object of this Flash game is simple: Kill yourself as many times as you can before time runs out. You control a stick figure. You can impale him, blow him up, smash him, car crash him, or just let him fall to his death. Points are awarded each time you snuff yourself. If you play for too long, the soundtrack may make you start to entertain dark thoughts for real. It's that annoying.
When you just can't find the words...
Ever wonder how those pastors and rabbis manage to give those touching, thoughtful eulogies for congregants that they barely knew? Well, the secret is out: Speech-Writers.com . Here you can buy a canned eulogy for a variety of family members and circumstances. Unexpected death? No problem, they have you covered. Uncle die? Piece of cake! They even have verses for pet's gravestones. Some will think this is a rather impersonal way to send a loved one off. I think it's just giving the deceased one last Hallmark card.
An entire site devoted to toothpaste. In the proprietor's private collection there are 1407 tubes. The site documents 818 of them. In addition you can read up on the history of toothpaste, toothpaste news, and how to choose toothpaste. Apparently my method of 'Ooo! That flavor is new,' is not the correct way. I'm still reeling over the Breath Palette, with 31 flavors it's the Baskin-Robbins of toothpaste. Some flavors, like Fuji Apple and White Peach, sound tasty, but Indian Curry and Pumpkin Pudding?? Yikers.
Measure of a moron
A blog collection of bad tattoos, make that really bad tattoos.
I can't for the life of me imagine that someone actually went out and got a Clay Aiken tattoo. I find it hard enough to believe that anyone even bought his album.