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(Denver Channel)   The Tampa Woman's Club held an event where they poured 400 flutes of champagne. Inside each flute was a cubic zirconia, and one of the flutes contained a $5,000 diamond. Guess which one was swallowed?   (thedenverchannel.com) divider line 65
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2013-04-26 08:43:37 AM  

Avonmore: I work at a lot of charity functions and they do things like diamonds in a champagne flute a lot. I'm always surprised that this sort of situation doesn't come up more often.

Come out more often?
Come to pass more often?
There we go.


Now that I think about it the diamond was in a bag attached to the glass and not actually in it (the one I won). Guess my charity got wise to this.

(They were still freaked out the diamond went missing since I had to leave early. And apparently since it wasn't found a lot of women were downing a lot of champagne for no reason till they got to the last glass and realized it had walked out the door)
 
2013-04-26 08:44:25 AM  

Nidiot: I'm still trying to figure out what sort of club gives away a $5,000 diamond, and I'm sure the cubic zirconia weren't totally worthless either.

/wants a valuable gem stone for nothing


Mine was at Micheal Waltrip's cancer fundraiser
 
2013-04-26 08:47:19 AM  

gweilo8888: stir the whole mess around with your arthritic claw until the sparkle and the poo have gone their separate ways.


This is strangely beautiful and a wonder to behold. For giving us this in these difficult and trying times, I thank ye.
 
2013-04-26 08:50:31 AM  
"She came with it in a bio-hazard bag and it wasn't even cleaned."

Chocolate diamond?
 
2013-04-26 08:56:10 AM  

Weidermeijer: Tampa Women's Club?  They ALL swallow.


haha funniest post.
 
2013-04-26 10:25:04 AM  

gambitsgirl: Avonmore: I work at a lot of charity functions and they do things like diamonds in a champagne flute a lot. I'm always surprised that this sort of situation doesn't come up more often.

Come out more often?
Come to pass more often?
There we go.

Now that I think about it the diamond was in a bag attached to the glass and not actually in it (the one I won). Guess my charity got wise to this.

(They were still freaked out the diamond went missing since I had to leave early. And apparently since it wasn't found a lot of women were downing a lot of champagne for no reason till they got to the last glass and realized it had walked out the door)


Well what's supposed to happen when you "win"? You give it back?
 
2013-04-26 10:53:13 AM  

RocketCarHead: Chocolate diamond?


What what?
 
2013-04-26 10:55:52 AM  
If I ever own a store of any kind and somebody brings me a bag of their own poop, the only response is "GET THE fark OUT OF MY STORE AND NEVER COME BACK!"
 
2013-04-26 10:59:14 AM  

nytmare: gambitsgirl: Avonmore: I work at a lot of charity functions and they do things like diamonds in a champagne flute a lot. I'm always surprised that this sort of situation doesn't come up more often.

Come out more often?
Come to pass more often?
There we go.

Now that I think about it the diamond was in a bag attached to the glass and not actually in it (the one I won). Guess my charity got wise to this.

(They were still freaked out the diamond went missing since I had to leave early. And apparently since it wasn't found a lot of women were downing a lot of champagne for no reason till they got to the last glass and realized it had walked out the door)

Well what's supposed to happen when you "win"? You give it back?


You get it mounted.  It's like a charity raffle, only you either get costume jewelry, or one lucky person gets real jewelry.
 
2013-04-26 11:00:04 AM  

quickdraw: Younger wealthy white women would not be so impressed and would require a different type of door prize.


My experience with younger women is they may mock diamonds, but they do not REFUSE diamonds.
 
2013-04-26 11:52:22 AM  
shiattiest Diamond story I've ever heard.
 
2013-04-26 11:56:13 AM  
That really seems like the obvious ending to an event like this. Not a very bright idea, really. Next up: giving out fire starter logs with $100 bills hidden inside them!
 
2013-04-26 09:41:12 PM  

Mr Guy: quickdraw: Younger wealthy white women would not be so impressed and would require a different type of door prize.

My experience with younger women is they may mock diamonds, but they do not REFUSE diamonds.


People generally don't refuse gifts, especially ones given by their bf/gf.
 
2013-04-27 02:37:43 AM  
Dr. Oz was asked by Andrea  how long should it take a meal to digest and how many times a day should a person poop?
 
2013-04-27 08:51:49 AM  

nytmare: gambitsgirl: Avonmore: I work at a lot of charity functions and they do things like diamonds in a champagne flute a lot. I'm always surprised that this sort of situation doesn't come up more often.

Come out more often?
Come to pass more often?
There we go.

Now that I think about it the diamond was in a bag attached to the glass and not actually in it (the one I won). Guess my charity got wise to this.

(They were still freaked out the diamond went missing since I had to leave early. And apparently since it wasn't found a lot of women were downing a lot of champagne for no reason till they got to the last glass and realized it had walked out the door)

Well what's supposed to happen when you "win"? You give it back?


No lol but they prefer to know it was won not swallowed or thrown away for insurance purposes
 
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