November 20, 2006

Old Gay Picasso Cream Puffs and Evolving Chimp Hairstyles

Remember that charming English geriatric YouTuber? Now there's a 92-year old blogger. He was a Canadian tv host. And he's quite funny. Here's what he had to say about cannibalism: "In times past, among some of the Pacific Islands peoples, since a butchered human very much resembled a butchered pig, it was referred to as "long pig". I presume these cannibals ate only their enemies, not their family members, no matter how tasty they may have looked." (via BoingBoing)

More evidence that the womb environment makes men gay. "It adds further weight to the argument that lesbian and gay people should be treated equally in society and not discriminated against for something that's just as inherent as skin colour." (via BBC)

Oh, crap, I hate it when I accidentally punch a hole in my Picasso.

Dude, if I ever get married, it's going to be in a wedding dress made of cream puffs.

Watch your back, homo sapiens. Chimps are more like us than apes...and they're evolving faster than we are. "..our clock began to slow down about 1 million years ago, and today it is 3 percent slower than that of the chimp and 11 percent slower than in the gorilla.. (via MSNBC/Live Science)

Today's style specials include Great Big Hair, and the Feathered Back Hair Site. Doesn't it make you nostalgic for the days of Aqua Net and Paul Mitchell?

1 comment:

Coaster Punchman said...

The Feathered Back Hair Site is brilliant. Thanks for the tip!