Oh now! Make it stop!
When entomologist and bee removal expert Jonathan Simkins was alerted to the presence of a larger-than-average yellow jacket wasp nest on privately-owned hunting ground in Central Florida, he expected to have his work cut out for him.
Simkins set out to eliminate the six-by-eight-foot beast, only to find himself being attacked by countless worker wasps.
“I have to be honest with you, I was terrified at one point,” he told the local NBC affiliate, “and there were several times that I had to pull out and get a breather. My heart rate was racing, I had hundreds of them on my veil.”
Eventually, the nest was conquered, and Simkins somehow managed to walk away with only a single sting on his chin
Nothing goes together better than beer and metal. Iron Maiden has opened their online store for the new Trooper ale.
You know you want some! The USA is not yet able to order it online from www.ironmaidenbeer.com but keep checking back…the band is working on making it available in more countries.
Here’s more from Bruce:
So much for manscaping! Check out this fur coat made completely of men’s chest hair!
Made from over one million strands of male chest hair!
It took team of fashion designers over 200 hours to create and costs almost $4000 to buy.
An Oregon man wearing a “Got Beer” T-Shirt was arrested for drunken driving.
Cops pulled the 41-year-old over for a traffic stop and realized he was hammered.
He was arrested and booked in jail…his mug shot catches the irony: his shirt says, “Got beer?”
What if John Lennon auditioned for The Voice?
Imagine no more:
We all want to cook with Philip Anselmo!
In case you missed this last week on Jimmy Kimmel…
Alice in Chains love a good sausage party!
Daredevil and tightrope walker Nik Wallenda crossed the Little Colorado River Gorge in Arizona last night, without using either a tether or a safety harness.
Wallenda walked along a quarter-mile stretch of two-inch steel cable, 1,500 feet in the air.
Wallenda wore elk-skin shoes to help him grip the steel cable. He was outfitted with two cameras that allowed viewers at home to watch the walk from his perspective.
** Wallenda, a seventh-generation tight rope walker, became the first tight rope artist to walk over Niagra Falls on a high wire when he accomplished the feat in 2012, bringing him his seventh Guiness world record.
In the U.S., ads for tampons are usually over-saturated with women in white spinning, horseback riding, and doing yoga…
In Russia, they take a different approach: