This morning, I was telling Sophie about the time my father kept throwing “the shocker” in family photos after his “friends” from work lied and told him it meant ‘I’m badass.’ Now, we have a pile of photos from a reunion barbecue that need to be incinerated before they make their way to the internet. We then got to talking about other funny regretful moments, like that time I took a bottle of Poland Spring off of my friend’s desk and guzzled it down to find that he was just storing rubbing alcohol in the water bottle. But I’m not the only one with regrets— we all have ‘em. So, without further ado, here are 30 other life regrets everyone can relate to. Keep reading »
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We’re giving Frisky fans the chance to win a $300 gift card to national home decor retailer HomeGoods, where you can purchase designer and brand name home fashions, as well as unique pieces from around the world (at incredibly affordable prices) to style your space. Simply follow the guidelines after the jump to get started, and good luck! Keep reading »
James Teague is gone, but he is certainly not forgotten. The 19-year-old was drinking heavily on a skiing trip in New Zealand when he tragically fell from his hotel balcony, hit his head on the parking lot pavement below and died. Like many sad stories of young death, 9news in Australia honored the teen by displaying a photo of him … throwing the Shocker … alongside three girls. Okay, maybe that doesn’t happen too often.
It can only be assumed that the news station intern in charge of compiling photos for James’ memorial segment was unaware of the sexual gesture, which means “two in the pink, one in the stink” (or for those of you who really need things spelled out, two fingers in the vagina and one in the butt). Gone are the days of memorializing those who’ve passed by sharing family photos and smiling graduation pictures. [Gawker]
You know how sometimes you go to the hairdresser asking for just a trim, but you worry that they’ll get chop-happy and cut off more than you asked for? Well, imagine that happening to your penis.
A man named Johnny Lee Banks Jr. recently went to the hospital for a routine circumcision (in as much as getting circumcised as an adult is routine), and woke up from surgery to find that they had amputated his penis. We’re talking gone with the wind, people. Rightfully so, Johnny and his wife, Zelda, are now suing the Princeton Baptist Medical Center in Alabama for the botched job and for their personal suffering from the incident. Keep reading »
Another day, another fool trying to shove things up his butt to hide them from cops. This time, 35-year-old André Silva de Jesus was visiting his local prison in Ribeirao das Neves, Brazil, when he appeared “nervous,” and was pulled aside for an inspection. Claiming he had a pacemaker, André informed the prison guards he couldn’t go through the metal detector.
Little did cops know that they would ultimately find enough crap to rival an entire “Storage Wars” unit, all tucked away in his tush. Keep reading »
My stomach hurts from laughing so hard. One lucky couple can now include the world’s most iconic photo in their wedding album, and it’s all because of a little miscommunication. Bride-to-be Kristen, who was planning to marry in England, text messaged a group of friends inviting them to a bridal party barbecue and photo shoot, but she accidentally included the phone number of a stranger … who showed up … with an entourage.
See, when the stranger corrected the bride by telling her she sent the message to the wrong number, but that “me and my boys will be there” anyway, she clarified that the invite was off the table. His response: “We still coming.”
And the rest is history. Check out the text message that started it all after the jump! [NY Post] Keep reading »