At least this guy had the decency to do it at the front counter and not at the drive-thru where it’d be all muffled and stuff.
A city council member in Georgetown, Texas left to use the bathroom during a recent meeting, and forgot to turn his MICROPHONE off . . . so you could hear him peeing. And the mayor couldn’t stop laughing about it.
She was in the middle of talking about how deadly antibiotic-resistant diseases are, and how people she knows have been affected by them. So she tried to keep it together . . . and almost did.
But then she heard him flush, and lost it again. The video also shows him walk back in at the end . . . and you never hear him wash his hands.
Another equation could be Leafblower+Firepit= PATIOVOLCANO
Woman: Can I have a cigarette?
Woman: Well, at least let me light one for you.
That escalated quickly.
The storm chasers of Live Storms Media have seen some serious weather. But the hail storm in Stephenville, Texas on 4/26 was unlike any storm they had experienced. In this dramatic viral video, giant grapefruit or softball sized chunks of ice pelted the storm chasers’ car and literally shattered the windshield.
‘This is the biggest hail I’ve ever seen! I’m covered in glass!’ Sorry, but Twitter can’t save you.
Ozzy Osbourne announced Black Sabbath will begin their farewell tour in 2016. Ozzy hasn’t released any details on the final tour at this time and admitted things could change.
Ozzy is doing several solo shows this year and will continue his solo career when Sabbath calls it quits. The band also wants to do one more studio album.
Gwar announced their “30 Years of Total Domination Tour.” The trek begins August 25th in Millville, Pennsylvania and wraps up September 18th in Rochester, New York.
Tickets go on sale Friday for all shows. Butcher Babies and Battlecross will be the opening bands.
Well, there’s only one appropriate thing to do in this situation: Move.
Or, you can go all Lt. Ripley on it.
Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd plead guilty to threatening to kill, possession of meth and possession of cannabis.
Rudd allegedly threatened to kill a man who worked for him for three years.
He originally plead not guilty.
The max sentence for threatening to kill is seven years in jail.
The case will resume on June 26th, when Rudd will be sentenced.
Add this to the list of things I wish I would’ve done when I was trying to part ways with my ’92 Cadillac Fleetwood. Brilliant!