The Internet is obsessed with both zombies and cats. So by that standard, we’ve just found the next biggest Internet celebrity.
52-year-old Ellis Hutson of Tampa, Florida had a cat named Bart, who was hit by a car earlier this month. Ellis rushed him to the hospital, but it was too late . . . Bart was dead. So Ellis gave him a quick funeral and buried him.
But five days later . . . Bart showed up at the house ALIVE. Which means Bart is a ZOMBIE CAT. That’s the theory we like most, anyway.
The second best theory is that Bart was just unconscious after the accident, woke up underground after he’d been buried, dug his way out of the grave, and wandered back home.
Bart was busted up pretty bad from the accident . . . so to add to his zombie vibe, he had scratches on his face and a dead eye.
Vets are treating him now and say they expect him to survive . . . but he’ll probably lose his eye.
A Mississippi law passed in 2012 restricted teachers from teaching condom use in sex ed classes. In response, educator and education reform advocate Sanford Johnson developed a simple (and pretty funny) workaround: Sock Education:
Whether you’re wearing an athletic shoe, or whether you’re using a dress shoe, it doesn’t matter to me as long as your foot is protected…. Make sure that you have on a sock.
Great workaround considering most guys become familiar with this concept using a sock alone in their bedroom anyway.
Researchers at the University of Rochester in New York have come up with a new type of metal that’s so water-resistant, drops of water literally BOUNCE right off of it. And they posted a pretty cool video that shows how it works.
They’re hoping to use it for electronics some day, or on airplane wings to prevent them from getting covered in ice.
I want my next phone to be made out of this. Also, my toilet seat.