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It’s A Given

That pocket watch tattoos have become the new “tribal” fad!

Magic Or Magnet?

Holy shitballs, (actually it’s not a ball it’s the planet earth) The new Magnetic Levitation Floating Holder
created by Woodlev is a really cool way to display some of your most cherished objects. This magnetic
display comes geared with double strip LED’s that spotlight your items beautifully and also shines at
night when your spending those nights, gazing and pondering life. You can pretend it’s magic, well that’s
what I would do. Objects continuously revolve in space inspiring wonder and amazement. Perfect Gift for shop
supermarket or home. This is an awesome high tech gadget that will catch people of all ages. So for just
around $90 you too can create your own floater! (Please Magic Magnet Responsibly) .

Sebastian Maniscalco

One of the funniest stand up comedians I’ve had the pleasure of seeing (on TV of course) is by far Sebastian
Maniscalco. Tickets are sold out almost immediately and jacked the fuck up to the max. But we know
“he doesn’t do that”. Born in 1973 in the Chicago suburb of Arlington Heights, Illinois. Moved to Los Angeles
in 1998, Maniscalco began his career performing at open mics in bars and bowling alleys while working
as a waiter at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. Imagine coming home after a long day doing comedy
in a bowling alley! This gentleman’s career took off faster than my credit card after my divorce. Comedy
central, Beacon Theatre, all the late night talk shows. You name it, Sebastian can make anyone laugh. Some
of his major influences are Don Rickles, George Carlin, Dice and of course Johnny Carson. All comedians that
historically used the skill of slightly exaggerated real life experiences. So if you haven’t seen him yet, get
your head out of your ass and get your laugh on! (Please Laugh Responsibly).

2018 Top 5 Fastest Production Cars In The World

After a little research and a lot of daydreaming, I came across another wish list with number 1 being the

1. Hennessy Venom GT: 270 MPH
(This is the one I have)
2. Bugatti Chiron: 261 MPH
3. Bugatti Veyron Super Sport: 268 MPH
4. SCC Ultimate Aero: 256 MPh
5. Tesla Roadster: 250 MPH

Vida Guerra

Cuban-American super model Vida Guerra is turning heads like never before. Born in Havana and later moving
to Perth Amboy, NJ (that’s rite guys) this FHM model is a Jersey social media success story. A quick lesson in
common courtesy is to never ask a women her age so we’re not, but on the down low she was born in 1974 and
looking better than ever. Age is just number, but a phone number are real digits, and hers are 911. I always say I’m
not star struck but if I ever did meet her an autograph across my forehead would definitely be of ‘ GREAT SUCCESS..HIGH FIVE”!

Up Your Peehole!

There are many stories and tales that people always joke about but when it comes to monsters in the river. Well I
found Candiru and his angry inch! The candiru, is a scaleless, parasitic catfish of the family
Trichomycteridae found in the Amazon River region. It is translucent and eellike, and it grows to a length of about
2.5 cm (1 inch). The candiru feeds on blood and is commonly found in the gill cavities of other fishes. It sometimes
also attacks humans and has been known to enter the urethras of bathers and swimming animals. Once in
the passage, it erects the short spines on its gill covers and may thereby cause inflammation, hemorrhage, and
even death to the victim. That’s one bad pecker wrecker!! (Please Close Peehole Responsibly).

Hey Stubby

Look, nobody is perfect but we always continue to try our best. Looking back into history there were a lot
decent flesh eating monsters that probably where very ridiculed about their looks. (poor guy.)
The Tyrannosaurus rex is revered as one of the most fearsome creatures to inhabit the earth, with an average
weight of six tons which is bigger than your mama. With the capability to tear off 500 pounds of ass using its
massive jaw. But one researcher believes the dinosaur’s most underestimated body part may have been just as
vicious: the T-rex’s puny, undersized arms. T-rex arms were used to slash prey in close proximity to
the dinosaur. The arms, which were approximately three feet long, featured crescent-shaped talons that could be
used to inflict mortal wounds to prey. And the short arm length was actually more beneficial for slashing, considering the size of T. rex’s head. “Its short, strong forelimbs and large claws would have permitted T-rex to inflict four gashes a meter or more long and several centimeters deep within a few seconds.

In the past, T. rex arms had been believed to be nothing more than beer can openers after years of the predator’s
evolution, like wisdom teeth for humans or wings for flightless birds. But several factors lead us to conclude
that the arms of the premier predator of the prehistoric era may have potentially been useful.

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