THE CRYSTAL METHOD
Although 'The Montana Meth Project' sounds like the name of a Eurotrash rave band, it's actually the name of a large-scale prevention program aimed at Montana's youth ( all 12 of them ) . Why is it here? Kick ass ads showing the glamorous effects of meth. I particularly liked the photo of the filthy bathroom with the caption 'No one ever thinks they will lose their virginity here. Meth will change that,' and the photo of the prison cell captioned 'No one thinks they will spend a romantic evening here. Meth will change that.' Hey wait, those both sound kinda hot. Aren't these supposed to be prevention ads?
DEAR GOD, HOW'S THE WEATHER UP THERE
EatLiver is one of those funny-photo-of-the-day sites, so there is no explanation about these letters ( which they probably just snatched off of somebody else's site ) . I tried to google out the original source, but kept turning up other unattributed instances of the pics. After about 15 minutes of poking around, I figured 'Meh, what does it matter? They may be ( probably are ) fake, but they still are pretty damn funny in a Sanjaya-cuddly-cute sort of way.' You want the truth? Try Hare Krishna.
HEH, HEH! HE SAID 'BONER!'
YesButNoButYes proudly presents the Top 15 Unintentionally Funny Comic Book Panels. Most of these are examples of how changes in language over time can really wreak havoc. Pity the poor Joker from Batman. The word 'boner' used to mean a mistake. Nowadays you might raise few eyebrows if you started talking about 'pulling a boner' or 'handling someone's boner.' God forbid you, like the Joker, talk about 'showing how many boners I can make.' You'd get arrested and get to experience that romantic evening the Montana Meth Project was pimping.
QUIZ OF THE WEEK
So you took on the Fifty States quiz I featured here a few weeks ago, and you conquered it. You flaunted your superiority over me and my inability ( subconcious refusal? ) to recall Wisconsin in nastygram emails. You thumped your chest and bellowed 'Finished with 2:02 left, baby! Eat that!'
Well, eat this. Now you have to name all 192 UN member nations in under 10 minutes—and no opening the Wikipedia in another window!