Argentinian President Christina Fernandez-Kirchner adopted a Jewish boy named Yair Tawil as her godson this weekend in order to prevent him from turning into a werewolf.
According to Argentinian folklore, the seventh son born to a family of seven sons will turn into a werewolf-esque creature called “El Lobisón” on the first Friday after his 13th birthday, and then be able to turn other people into werewolves by biting them. The legend stems from Guarani myth of Luison, the accursed seventh child of Tau (an evil spirit neither totally like or unlike the devil) and Kerana, his kidnapped Guarani bride. Being the seventh child, he was the most accursed of all, and was known to bring death to whomever he touched. When European colonists came over and brought with them their own legends of werewolves, the two myths spun into one, and Luison became a werewolf, and soon, it was believed that every seventh son from a family of seven sons would become a werewolf also. Keep reading »
Romance?! Who wants romance?! Feh! Yuck! Pa-tooey! Bring on scantily-clad strippers in public bathrooms! All men need an ass grinding against their crotch after the appetizer — and not their girlfriend’s, silly, but a stranger. They need fresh poontang constantly! That’s just the way men are.
Axe, you’ve outdone yourself with this Spanish-language ad. The transcript for this train wreck — which aired in Argentina, a country that apparently has a holiday called Boyfriend’s Day — after the jump. Keep reading »
Penning “Today’s Lady News” every day sure makes me want to march down to Washington, D.C. and make a stink. But one lady politician in Argentina lost her cool and actually doled out a slap to a windbag colleague. During a budget meeting broadcast on live TV, Graciela Camano popped her colleague Carlos Kunkel in the face and stalked off. Kunkel, fortunately, took getting smacked in stride, and started laughing. At least she put America’s seemingly out-of-control lawmakers in perspective. [Guanabee] Keep reading »
Thinking about going on a sexpedition? Well, Stockholm, Sweden, was just voted the city in the world with the most beautiful women by Traveler’s Digest. So consider yourself warned of the competition! The cuties in Copenhagen, Denmark came in a close second, and Buenos Aires, Argentina in third. Although, the entire survey seems skewed since Los Angeles came in fifth. How can four cities beat a town filled with the likes of Halle Berry, Scarlett Johansson and Angelina Jolie?! Oh well, who cares. Let’s focus on what’s really important: where o’ where are the finest looking gentlemen? Inquiring minds want to know! [The Local] Keep reading »