Hitchcock's even scarier shower scene, a long overdue conversation about cooties, and the most dangerous race in the world since the Mongols: some of Fark's favorite Headlines of the Week for 1/5 - 1/11
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Submitters are already picking it up in 2014. Well done.
Headlines Of The Week for Sun 2014-01-05 to Sat 2014-01-11:
One dead in Hell's Kitchen fire. SHUT IT DOWN YOU FARKING DONKEYS
Chicago man seeks shelter from cold for wife and himself, "I can't risk waking up with my wife frozen next to me." That's how most men fall asleep, dude
Unreleased Hitchcock movie has an even scarier shower scene
Pope Francis eliminates "monsignor" honorific for priests, says that they should not have any titles, especially "prime suspect"
Toddler from expletive filled video removed from the home. When asked to comment, the boy replied "I do believe this is a travesty. In due time, the truth will come out, and my loving family will be absolved of any wrong doing." (paraphrased)
Genie Lift touches power lines, releasing magic smoke. No word on who wished for a power outage, or how many wishes they have left
Ancient hominid, "Nutcracker Man", had strong jaws, lived on grass and nuts, fought his sworn enemies, the mice
Coast Guard rescues crewman with severed foot. Seems like a life preserver would have worked better
Male college student's request for a "religious accommodation" to not be required to work or interact with female students may finally spark a serious, long-overdue national conversation about "cooties"
Investigators baffled by mysterious disappearance of two men who went missing more than a week ago on fishing trip in Georgia, hold out hope for their Deliverance
Stage hypnotist dies after falling off balcony. He must have been verrrry sleeeepy
Member of English cricket talks down suicidal man from Australian bridge, telling him that England flew 5,000 miles to die in Australia and they have priority
Tim Tebow attempts comeback with workouts 10 hours a day, six days a week. Unfortunately as NFL teams remember, he doesn't do anything physical on Sunday
The 2014 Dakar Rally, the most dangerous race in the world since the Mongols, is about to kick off
John McAfee is happy that his name is being taken off of his antivirus software, acknowledging that it was easier than getting the software off of a computer
Thousands of breast cancer patients carry the "survivor" gene, which is reportedly ribbon-like and mostly likely pink in color
Elephant shark beats out viewers of Duck Dynasty for "least evolved species"
Insane Clown Posse sue FBI over Juggalos' gang classification. Clearly, this will not be a class action suit
57-year-old David Copperfield to wed 28-year-old French model after performing the illusion that he's able to saw his age in half
Shia LeBoeuf announces his retirement from public life, using a nice speech originally written by J.D. Salinger
Governor Christie blocks three lanes of traffic. This is not a fat joke
Alan Keyes says Jesus Christ is inspiring his efforts to impeach Obama, presumably the same Jesus who inspired his senatorial bid against Obama in '04. A race Keyes lost in a humiliating blow-out. Apparently the Lord enjoys a good laugh now and again
White House denies Robert Gates's charge that Vice President Biden is often wrong, says they want to set the record straight that Biden is always wrong
Nvidia says 'mysterious' crop circle that baffled locals in Chualar, California was a publicity stunt. Too late, aliens have already taken the credit
New U.S Olympic bobsled is designed by BMW. Although if the bobsled team wanted a vehicle that borders on being out of control down icy slopes with no chance of stopping, they should have gone with Chrysler
Surprising: AOL offers to buy Business Insider for $100 million. More surprising: AOL has $100 million
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