Funny… However Weird Pet Costumes

Halloween is coming up so here is a selection of some of the funniest/weirdest Pet Costumes out on the market. [nggallery id=4] What should our pet Malibu at TBW be this...

The biggest baby of the year award goes to…

This bouncing baby boy is a real bundle of joy weighing in at a massive 19.2lbs and measuring more than two foot long. The as-yet-unnamed boy was born by Caesarean and is the biggest baby ever to be born in Indonesia. His size is likely to be down to his mother Ani’s gestational...

107-year-old Malaysian woman seeks 23rd husband

A 107-year-old Malaysian woman says she is ready to marry for the 23rd time because she fears her current drug addict husband might leave her for a younger woman, a report said Monday. Wook Kundor made headlines four years ago when she married Muhammad Noor Che Musa, a man 70 years her junior in northern Terengganu state, with pictures of the couple’s wedding splashed across regional...

Pot Plants Were for the Dog

Getty Images The pot was for his puppy. After cops raided a Joliet, Ill, house and found three marijuana plants in the backyard – one dead, two healthy – the man who was growing them claimed he was training his dog to sniff out the herb for cops, the Herald News reports. “[He] advised that he had a controlled substance license and was growing the cannabis to train his dog,” according to police report. The newspaper reached out to the man who stuck to his story about training up a drug-sniffing dog, but the dude clammed up shortly...

Church Claims Pepsi Promotes Gay Lifestyle

BRANDON, FL — A local church switched from Pepsi products to Coca-Cola, but it’s not because they don’t like the taste of the product. The Bell Shoals Baptist church in Brandon got rid of the products as part of the American Family Association’s boycott. Church Member Terri Kemple says he convinced the church to join the boycott. “Pepsi is advocating for the normalization of homosexual behavior in our culture,” said Kemple. The ad:...

Chicks Ground up Alive at Egg Hatchery

An animal rights group publicized a video Tuesday showing unwanted chicks being tossed alive into a grinder at an Iowa plant and accused egg hatcheries of being “perhaps the cruelest industry” in the world. The undercover video was shot by Chicago-based Mercy for Animals at a hatchery in Spencer, Iowa, over a two-week period in May and June. The video was first obtained Monday by The Associated Press. “We have to ask ourselves if these were puppies and kittens being dropped into grinders, would we find that acceptable?” asked Nathan Runkle, the group’s executive director, at a news conference in Des Moines. “I don’t think that most people would.” The group said that tossing male chicks, which have little value because they can’t lay eggs or be raised quickly enough to be raised profitably for meat, into grinders is common industry practice. United Egg Producers, a trade group for U.S. egg farmers, confirmed that. The hatchery is owned by West Des Moines-based Hy-Line North America and is one of many operations in Iowa, the nation’s leading egg producer. The video, shot with a hidden camera and microphone by a Mercy for Animals employee who got a job at the plant, shows a Hy-Line worker sorting through a conveyor belt of chirping chicks, flipping some of them into a chute like a poker dealer flips cards. Mercy for Animals video: http://www.mercyforanimals.org/hatchery Hy-Line International:...

Swiss Suicidal Cows

In the picturesque Swiss village of Lauterbrunnen, the locals are worried. Dozens of alpine cows appear to be committing suicide by throwing themselves off a cliff near the small village in the Alps. In the space of just three days, 28 cows and bulls have mysteriously died after they plunged hundreds of metres to rocks below where they were killed instantly. In each case, local mountain rescue services using a helicopter had to be called in to remove the bodies because of the danger to the local groundwater of pollution.A police spokesman said: ‘There are no large carnivores living in the Alps anymore who would once have disposed of the bodies so they have to be moved. ‘We are investigating because cows growing up in the mountains normally can estimate dangers and do not plunge down cliffs. According to local reports, there had been violent thunderstorms in the area which may well have spooked the animals. Cows wandering at high altitude are a common sight across much of the Alps, where farmers let them loose to graze on the green plateaus above the villages. Often carrying large bells around their necks, most are dairy cows as the mix of vegetation and grasses at that high altitude are particularly good for milk and for making cheese. Cows do occasionally fall to their deaths in these Alpine regions although it is rare for so many to fall in one particular place. There has been speculation in the past that when this does happen it is because a tightly-grouped number have followed each other as they search for more...

Why One Wife Now Chooses To Shop Alone

Here’s a proof of what can happen when a woman drags her highly disinterested husband or boyfriend along when shopping. This letter was sent by a British Hypermart to a customer in Oxford: Dear Mrs Murray, While we thank you for your valued patronage and use of our store’s loyalty card, the manager of the store is considering banning you and your family from shopping with us, unless your husband stops his antics. Below is a list of just some offenses over the past few months, all verified by our surveillance cameras: * 15 Jun: Took 24 boxes of condoms and randomly put them in people’s trolleys when they weren’t looking. * 2 Jul: Set all alarm clock in Hardware’s to go off at five-minute intervals. * 14 Aug: Moved a “Caution – Wet Floor” sign on a carpeted area. * 4 Oct: Look right into the security camera and used it as a mirror to pick his nose. * 3 Dec: Darted around the store suspiciously, loudly humming the Mission Impossible theme. * 18 Dec: Hid in a clothing rack and yelled “Pick me! Pick me!”. * 23 Dec: Went into a fitting room, shut the door, then yelled very loudly “There is no toilet paper here!”. Yours Sincerely, Store...

Squirrel Hams it up in Candid Shot

The couple had set the timer on their camera while posing at a lakeside in a national park in Canada. Just as they were about to be captured on camera the cheeky squirrel popped up in the foreground and stole the show. The picture was taken at the side of the stunning Lake Minnewanka in Banff National Park, Canada. Mrs Brandts said: “We had our camera set up on some rocks and were getting ready to take the picture when this curious little ground squirrel appeared, became intrigued with the sound of the focusing camera and popped right into our shot.” The picture was submitted to the website of America’s National Geographic magazine. ‘It was a once in a lifetime moment – we were laughing about this little guy for days!’ said Mrs...