Weird Universe Archive

October 2011

October 9, 2011

Never Enough Weird Al

Browsing through the great selection of Weird Al on You Tube reminded me I need to laugh every once in a while.

This classic has a great psychodelic encounter at 2:10 until Al arrives in the stomach of the dinosaur.



Enjoy!!

Posted By: gdanea - Sun Oct 09, 2011 - Comments (2)
Category: Dinosaurs and Other Extinct Creatures

Obligations



One family composed entirely of Goofuses, one composed entirely of Gallants.

Posted By: Paul - Sun Oct 09, 2011 - Comments (2)
Category: Etiquette and Formal Behavior, Family, PSA’s, 1950s

Twins: Identical, Fraternal, Bi-Uteral

Twins are two babies one pregnancy. They share mom's uterus from conception till birth. A Florida woman recently gave birth to a set of twins that did not share the same uterus, due to mom's unusual medical condition. The Mother has what is called didelphys, the presence of 2 uteruses. Her first pregnancy resulted in a single birth but with her second pregnancy she over came incredible odds against it and carried a child in each womb. The children, one boy and one girl were born healthy at 36 weeks by c-section.

Posted By: patty - Sun Oct 09, 2011 - Comments (9)
Category:

October 8, 2011

Expensive For A Used Car


$4.62 million for an '84?!? Oh, an 1884, and it runs too.

Posted By: patty - Sat Oct 08, 2011 - Comments (3)
Category:

Mystery Gadget 4

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What is the purpose of this mysterious electronic box?

Maybe if you see its inventor, all will become clear. (Corner of box in background.)

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No? You'd better go beyond the jump!





More in extended >>

Posted By: Paul - Sat Oct 08, 2011 - Comments (4)
Category: Technology, 1960s

October 7, 2011

Would You Like A Sample?

A New Mexico man has plead guilty to giving a woman shopper at the store where he was employed a semen tainted yogurt sample. Unfortunately for the man his target recognized the non-yogurt flavor, spit the stuff out on the floor and called police. Police collected the yogurt mixture the woman spit out as well as a piece of her clothing that she wiped her mouth on. Both tested positive for semen and the DNA was a match to the worker as well. Hey, what did he expect, a man with a much more important job than his got into trouble over DNA on a garment.

Posted By: patty - Fri Oct 07, 2011 - Comments (2)
Category:

Whale of a Photo

What a great place to get this picture!!



It makes for a whale of a tale!!

Posted By: gdanea - Fri Oct 07, 2011 - Comments (3)
Category: Animals

Good Clean Fun

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At Bike Fest, held in Plant City, Florida, a Daisy Dukes contest was held. A local man who has a website about the city was appalled by this type of contest being held at what is billed as a family friendly event. If this appalls anyone in this day and age then they probably should not walk down the street, go in a store or even go outside, especially in Florida where it is warm all year round.

Posted By: patty - Fri Oct 07, 2011 - Comments (7)
Category:

Turkish iPad Commercial

1950's/1960's ipad commercial (Turkish) from Clint Lealos on Vimeo.



In honor of Mr. Jobs.

Posted By: Paul - Fri Oct 07, 2011 - Comments (2)
Category: Business, Advertising, Products, Computers, Europe

October 6, 2011

Disappearing Table

I hate it when the table disappears!!



I think the people who do these "Just For Laughs" videos have way too much fun!!

Posted By: gdanea - Thu Oct 06, 2011 - Comments (3)
Category: Pranks

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