… when someone gets caught in the act with a car-wash vacuum…
THOMAS TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Police say a Michigan man has been arrested after “receiving sexual favors from a vacuum” at a car wash.
Police Sgt. Gary Breidinger says a resident called to report suspicious activity at the car wash about 6:45 a.m. An officer approached on foot and caught the man in the act.
How one goes about getting sexual favors from a car wash vacuum is beyond me – and not something I’d even want to think about. Though I’m sure Andreas may have contemplated it at one stage or another (purely for educational reasons I’m sure).
Man-Arrested: THIS FUCKING SUCKS MAN.
Reminds me of the strip from funkysmell.
If anything this has taught me to never look at a car-wash vacuum the same way.
I miss Japan, the culture, the weather (back then), the people, the atmosphere and the food. But I thought I’d share this funny billboard I came across when I was in Osaka. I was walking on my merry way one day looking for a coffee shop – either a Starbucks or a Doutor (anywhere with a decent shot!) and came across this billboard not too far from Osaka station.
No idea what its advertising as theres no mention of a brand or company, but I knew the moment I saw it – and fell into a fit of laughter – that its something I simply had to take a copy of.
Heres something you dont see everyday. Channel 10 – of Big Bother, So You Think Yer Ken Dance and Australian Idol fame – and such awesome shows as Rove and the only link to The Simpsons in Australia has been caught showing subliminal messages during the 2007 ARIA Music Awards.
During the introduction of nominated artists for the October 2007 telecast, Network Ten broadcasted quick one-frame bursts of sponsor logos, which included Chupa Chups, Big W, Olay, Telstra BigPond, KFC and Toyota.
The ABC’s Media Watch program revealed the breach and ACMA received several complaints shortly after.
ACMA reviewed the material and found the “rapid-cut graphics used in the program was a technique that attempted to convey information to viewers below or near the threshold of normal awareness”.
ACMA said Network Ten argued the rapid-cut graphics were intended to be creatively consistent with the fast-paced look and feel of the music presentations.
So if you ever wondered why you suddenly headed out straight away to bring home the chicken sucking away at a chuppa chup last year, there may be a reason.
Seriously, Yvan eht nioj?