The Tattoo

Larry gets home late one night, and his wife Linda says, where in the hell have you been?"
He replies, "I was out getting a tattoo."
"A tattoo?" she frowned. "What kind of tattoo did you get?"
"I got a hundred dollar bill on my privates," he said proudly.
"What the hell were you thinking?" she said, shaking her head in disdain.
"Why on earth would you get a hundred dollar bill tattooed on your privates?"
"Well, one, I like to watch my money grow. Two, once in a while I Like to play with my money. Three, I like how money feels in my hand, and Last, instead of you going out shopping, you can stay right here at home And blow a hundred bucks anytime you want."

Generated e-mail addresses

Many colleges and business’s tend to strip the last name down to 6 characters and add the first and last initial to either the beginning or end to make up an E-Mail address. For example, Mary L. Ferguson = mlfergus or fergusml. They are just now beginning to realize the problems that may happen when you have a large and diverse pool of people to choose from. Add to that a large database of company/college acronyms and you have some very funny addresses. Probably not funny to the individual involved, however:

TOP TEN Actual E-mail Addresses

10. Hellen Thomas Eatons (Duke University) –
9. Martha Elizibeth Cummins (Fresno University) –
8. George David Blowmer (Drop Front Drawers & CabinetsInc.) –
7. Mary Ellen Dickinson (Indiana University of Pennsylvania) –
6. Francis Kevin Kissinger (Las Verdes University) –
5. Barbara Joan Beeranger (Myplace Home Decorating) –
4. Amanda Sue Pickering (Purdue University) –
3. Ida Beatrice Ballinger (Ball State University) –
2. Bradley Thomas Kissering (Brady Electrical, Northern Division, Overton Canada) –
1. Isabelle Haydon Adcock (Toys "R" Us) –

Life Fulfillment

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Ultimate Jell-O Shot

The purpose of this experiment was to determine the highest possible concentration of alcohol attainable in a Jell-O shot, while still maintaining the structural integrity (i.e., the gelling properties) of the gelatin.

Leave it to the Germans

Nicotine beer in the pipeline
From correspondents in London
October 03, 2005 From: AAP

A GERMAN company has come up with a novel way of beating bans on smoking in pubs – put the nicotine in the beer.

A new beer, known as NicoShot, is undergoing testing in Germany with hopes it can be moved toward approval in the next few months.
Each beer contains three milligrams of nicotine and a 6.3 per cent alcohol reading.

Its German maker, Nautilus, claims the beer is designed to help smokers quit the habit rather than make the drink addictive.

"While NicoShot can lessen cravings, it is not a ‘cure’ for smoking," Nautilus said.

"But it can help you make changes in your lifestyle without having to walk out of the bar for a quick smoke to deal with sudden withdrawal symptoms.

"Over time, when you are more comfortable being a non-smoker, the use of nicotine beer can be reduced and then stopped."