I understand that we must preserve the delicate balance of nature to the best of our abilities. I also know that we can’t go off and start killing everything we don’t like because everything has a role to play in our ecosystem. Unfortunately for us, this includes spiders. While I try my very best to capture those lurking around my home, I still am a little upset that they just can’t seem to stay outside. Basically, here are five places where spiders shouldn’t be:
1. In Oreos (I really hope that this is fake)
2. In Phones
3. Invading towns and making nests on telephone poles Read more…
This tough looking, bearded guy found a HUGE spider in his washroom and was absolutely terrified. “I’ve just seen the most messed up thing I’ve ever seen in his whole life,” he said. He took out his camera (to document the horror) and found a weapon to kill it with.
Unfortunately, his plan backfired when he found some knuckle rings and decided to punch the spider on the wall. Underestimating his own strength, he caused a little more destruction than he intended. ”
“I felt real dumb for doing this. But hey, it made a great vid!” he said under the description on his YouTube channel.
Watch it here
Lesson one: Don’t give a kid a tattoo
A North Carolina mom was arrested after she gave her 11-year-old daughter a heart shaped tattoo. The mom, 30, is a tattoo artist herself and saw nothing wrong with the idea of tatting-up her daughter. You know, besides the point that it’s illegal and all. Her defense? Her daughter said she wanted it. I guess that means it’s okay. Lol
Lesson two: Don’t lick poles
Remember when your parents said not to lick a frozen pole in winter because your tongue might get stuck? Well this warning also extends to any public poles in any season. This guy clearly wasn’t listening when his parents gave him that bit of knowledge, as he licked an entire handrail at a NYC subway station. All those germs weren’t even worth his friends giving him one dollar for doing it. That one dollar won’t even pay for his inevitable hospital bill! Not Smart.
Lesson three: Don’t disturb endangered spiders
This construction site in San Antonio, Texas has been interrupted, by none other than a tiny spider. The spider, which is the size of a dime, was thought to be extinct! Since it’s a federally protected endangered species, construction has come to a complete halt. I can’t help thinking if only my brother was working that site that fine day. He would’ve spotted that poor spider and killed it instantly. But not before screaming like a little girl, of course.
Lesson four: Be wary of pole dances Read more…
Emma Stone was vague when Ellen asked her who was the better kisser between Andrew Garfield and Ryan Gosling. She cleverly answered by
avoiding the question saying it’s like comparing apples and oranges. When Ellen pushed her further Emma said she likes all fruits — though it should be mentioned that she and Andrew Garfield are dating. So I think she’s biased. Ellen also made the actress face her fear of spiders by cruelly bringing in an eight legged monster and flinging it on the actress.
Watch the clip below:
While in the studio, Emma Stone destroyed Ellen’s dance challenge in the best way possible, thrusting behind several unknowing victims.