Welcome to the weekend, my little gingersnaps!! I’m so dedicated to you all because it’s very painful to type right now, but am I avoiding my weekly review duties due to some pain? No way! You might wonder WHY I’m in pain. Well I didn’t injure my hand like Jimmy Fallon did. No I paid someone to hurt me. Let me explain, and I think I can do so by providing you with two pictures…. This happened on Tuesday… And next Tuesday the other arm will get the same treatment (different breed of cat).
Lady Gaga Wears Just A Bra While Out In NYC
Lady Gaga stepped out in nothing but her bra and a pair of shorts after performing at Radio City Music Hall in New York City Tuesday night.
Gaga donned a white lace bra, high-waisted denim shorts and a platinum wig when she emerged from Radio City following her “Cheek to Cheek” show with Tony Bennett in Midtown Manhattan.
The two have four more stops in North America before heading off to Europe for a show on July 4.
‘Testicle Eating Fish’ With Human-Like Teeth Caught In New Jersey
A fisherman in New Jersey caught a Pacu, which is native to South America. It has human like teeth and a reputation for attacking fisherman’s testicles, mistaking them for tree nuts. This fish was featured in “River Monsters” and I totally remember the episode. Jeremy Wade would be so much more attractive if he got those teeth fixed, but I digress… From my recollection these were fishermen in Papua New Guinea, fishing without clothes. I can see how a fish might mistake a man’s berries for tree nuts. In those cases, the blood loss was so severe, they died. (the men, not the fish) Men, STOP FISHING NAKED WITH YOUR NUTS HANGING OUT!!! There, I fixed it.
A fisherman at a South New Jersey lake caught an exotic fish native to South America with human-like teeth and an overblown reputation for munching on male genitalia.
Ron Rossi caught a pacu — a tropical freshwater fish typically found in the Amazon River — in Swedes Lake on Sunday, according to WPVI.
Pacus gained a reputation as “testicle eating fish” after Jeremy Wade featured them on a 2011 episode of his Animal Planet show “River Monsters.” Wade said Amazonian locals told him two men died after they had their testicles bitten off by a fish.
British tabloids picked up the story and it became an Internet sensation.
“I had heard of a couple of fishermen in Papua, New Guinea, who had been castrated by something in the water,” Wade said at the time. “The bleeding was so severe that they died. The locals told me that this thing was like a human in the water, biting at the testicles of fishermen. They didn’t know what it was.”
Despite the sort of nickname that would make any man cross his legs in fear, pacus aren’t much of a threat. They are in the same family of fish as the piranha, but they mostly eat plants, supplementing their diet with smaller fish at times, according to the Carroll County News.
They have considerable jaw power, strong enough to crack open tree nuts that fall into the water. But let’s not confuse those kind of nuts with other sorts of nuts.
This week, we have a review of:
Whether you’re a fan of the books or not, you’ve got to admit this guys’ face is hilarious!
WHAT IN THE HELL IS GOING ON HERE? Is this some sort of twisted nod to the spaghetti scene from Lady and the Tramp?
That is NOT what those are for. Uh… um… Please tell me those are unused. Those are NOT for stopping up a wine bottle.
I do NOT think these are a real product. (FYI, if you choose to fill them with Moonshine Cherry Juice, make sure the tops are SECURELY affixed to the container, or the moonshine will leak all over your purse and you will have less to add to your fruity drink at the next Star Wars Convention.) What?
And that’s all the time I have for today. I’m going to rest my arm while you have a fabulous weekend. Until next Saturday, everyone, I leave you with this…