Thursday, 10 March 2011
To my fellow Couch Army soldiers,
There comes a time in the life of every couch when it realizes that the years of being sat upon by asses large, small, stinky and misshapen have taken their toll on the upholstery. Yet even while the massive cheek imprints frighten us with their depth, one can only stand in awe of the many great moments had on it, and look forward to a future of firm, sexy cushions once again.
Now that I'm finished with the unnecessarily cheesy metaphor: Mancouch is going on hiatus. So, for the time being at least, you will no longer see new material on the main page. More Here...
Wednesday, 09 March 2011
I was having a conversation with my friend Luke the other day about a past post that I had written about women who don’t shave underneath their armpits, and from there we started conversing about shaving private parts. Luke said “I can’t stand when a women doesn’t shave her coochie”. I looked at him and starting laughing uncontrollably and said “I haven’t heard anyone say coochie in forever”(I think I‘m spelling that right). He started laughing too, and said “I should bring that word back," and that segwayed into a conversation about words or phrases that people didn’t really use anymore that could use a serious comeback.
Some of these I still say myself, and I think you’ll find that you and your friends may still use some of them as well. Click here for my list of words that I’d like to see make a comeback.
VENICE, ITALY - Catholics around the world are up in arms after the fecal waste of soon-to-be Bishop Giuseppi Pellegrini's 13 month old Yorkshire Terrier was tested, and turned out to be composed of "73% the body of christ," according to the official report filed by the Venetian Veterinary Vanguard, or VVV.
Pellegrini, who just a few weeks ago was appointed to be the Bishop of Concordia-Pordenone after serving for nearly 32 years as a Priest of Verona, decided to take his Yorkie, named Sebastian, to the vet after the dog had recently began acting out. Apparently, Sebastian was starting to hump any dog he passed that was less than half his age and also a male. More Here...
Two weeks ago, you witnessed the top 10 awkward family portraits. Some were cute in a sickening way, such as the Pooh Family. Others were just plain creepy, like the portrait with the son apparently getting ready to choke the crap out of his mother. Others had no words and this will again be the case with Part II: The Pet Edition.
A lot of families have pets, mine included, and if you own or have ever owned a pet, you know that they are basically part of your family. Pets do not discriminate (for the most part, my male boxer Tito is a little on the flamboyant side and prefers men) and it is because of this that these little rascals bring so much joy to their owners. They don't care how you look or what kind of day you had, they just want to love you and play with you when you get home.
The fact that they provide unconditional love may explain why some people become a little obsessive with their pets. Obsessive to the point that it becomes...awkward.
These aren't your average family portraits...they are the top 10 awkward family pet portraits.More Here...
Tuesday, 08 March 2011
The media, TV, news, and "celebrity" has created Charlie. He has nearly always protrayed himself on the large and small screen, because the people writing the checks made money to write the checks off the "characterization" he's played.
If he dies. Will the public finally draw the line after his death that we are fed up of losing our favorite celebrities because the powers that be make more money for their self-destruction and self-promotion? More Here...