Breast implants will give you perfectly perky large boobs, but they can also save your life. A Canadian woman was shot my her ex-boyfriend and thinks she’s alive today because she had implants. The bullet went straight through both her breasts, ruining her implants in the process. Convinced her implants saved her, she underwent surgery again for a new pair. Am I the only one who sees a flaw in this? If a bullet only went through your breasts, and you had implants, what would’ve happened if you didn’t have implants? I’m going to assume the bullet would’ve went right past you. Therefore, if you didn’t have fake boobs, you wouldn’t have had any injuries. You’re welcome.
Vampire on the loose
I guess some people in the world really believe those Twilight movies are real. They’re not real people!! In Serbia, some people literally believe vampires are among them. A home that a well-known vampire lives in recently collapsed, sending the town into a frenzy. They think he’s roaming the hills looking for a new home. People are so scared, they have armed their doors with crosses and garlic. I know what you’re thinking, that I’m lying. I wish I was. Watch the CNN report below.
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The name alone, “Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter,” might draw confusion and general uncertainty from the average person, but there are some reasons why the new trailer is mildly convincing. The effects look pretty impressive, it’s produced by Tim Burton and it’s based on Seth Grahame-Smith’s novel of the same name. With roughly 5 percent historical accuracy, the 16th president’s mother is killed by a supernatural creature, which sends him on a rampage against vampires and their slave-owning helpers.
Will you see it or have you had enough of the vampire craze?
Contemporary society seems to be crazed for all things supernatural. In the last 6 or so years, the Twilight saga has reached new heights popularity and we’ve witnessed a sudden influx of brooding creatures of the night on all media fronts. We have “True Blood”, “The Vampire Diaries”, “Supernatural”, and if that isn’t enough MTV has just premiered the trailer for its new series “Teen Wolf”.
MTV.com writes that the show will be a ”modern spin on the cult-classic ’80s hit”. The 1985 film, Teen Wolf, starring Michael J. Fox is a campy teenage comedy, but the MTV series is said to depart from the show and feature much darker elements and a sexier love story.
The show is centered on Scott McCall, played by Tyler Posey, a high school outsider who is convinced by his best friend to search for a dead body in the local forest. After he gets attacked by a “creature” and narrowly escapes with a gaping bite wound, he starts to notice sudden changes and realizes that he is no longer an average teenager.
Despite those who are Team Jacob, there still seems to be an overwhelming amount of vampires swarming, so let’s let the wolves have a shot!
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Stephenie Meyer must be rolling in her grave, or at least the fictional vampires of the Twilight series most certainly are. A recent report on PerezHilton.com claims that Meyer failed to make the top ten in a recent poll on America’s favorite authors.
Beloved writer, Stephen King, was named America’s Favorite Author followed by James Patterson and John Grisham. I wonder what Meyer has to say about King? However, she probably hasn’t read many of his novels, they contain too much sex and blasphemy for her tastes (clearly not enough blood though). Meyer probably staked herself in the heart when she heard the bad news.
I guess America just isn’t progressive enough for wholesome vampire tales. America just wants wholesome wizard tales. Meyer should hook up with J.K. Rowling for some tips. Maybe she can crack the top ten next year. If not, well then she’ll have to start working days and give the night shift up.
It seems like everyone has been bitten with the Vampire craze since the popular teenage story of a family of Vampires attending a U.S. high school hit the theatres earlier this year. Now, there have been rumors surfacing that a Boston high school truly has resident Vampires and they are roaming the school and posing a threat to other students.
On Wednesday, Police were called to Boston Latin School to aid in their Vampire situation, MTVnews.com reports. The building is nearly 400 years old, making it a perfect candidate to house the gothic and gory old tales of Vampires.