But scientists prefer to call it "deceptive caching." How squirrels outwit food thieves. Continue reading “Squirrels, They Like Their Nuts”
You have to wrap your goods so they’re airtight.
Three vans crossing from Hungary into Austria were stopped by police and discovered to be loaded with almost 10 tons of contraband. Continue reading “Why the smugglers could not disguise their loot”
Martin Hutcheson and his daughter Brittanie
Martin Hutcheson cried in court.
He said that he wanted to live a simple life and was not prepared for the great recession. Continue reading “You might see a resemblance in their smirks”
When a man you like switches from what he said a year ago, or four years ago, he is a broad-minded person who has courage enough to change his mind with changing conditions. Continue reading “Who changes their mind – heroes or liars?”
"Hey, does anyone know
what happened to my clams?"
(Read below for scientific explanation). Continue reading “Scientists reveal the truth about their experiments”
"On the second day of Christmas,
my parents gave to me:
two stupid onions…"
Continue reading “Parents prank their kids with terrible presents”
Don’t Photoshop – weld!
Scot Lubricants, an oil company in Pennsylvania, was told to upgrade its oil storage and blending tanks because they lacked the correct vents. Continue reading “Real men use welding to make their fakes”
Television talk show host Jimmy Kimmel asked parents to film themselves pranking their kids by telling them they had eaten all their Halloween candy. Continue reading “Parents traumatize their kids: “I ate all your Halloween candy””
Richard Beasley crafted an effective wanted ad.
This was the ad that serial killer Richard Beasley, also known as "Jack", posted on Craigslist:
Continue reading “The advertisement that lured men to their deaths”
These older cell phones make it easier to hide
your text messages. Appropriately enough,
the phones are called the "F-Series". Continue reading “Japanese cheaters love their “infidelity phones””