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Cloaxia: Cloacas for Women
Women lead very busy lives these days, what with all that washing and ironing, so who wouldn't want to save time by combining their vajayjays, butt, and urethra into a cloaxia just like the bird kingdom! It taste like chicken, m'mmm.
Anna Nicole clowning around on drugs
Here she is, really fucked up and dressed up like a clown. Wow. Does anyone actually miss her?
Babies Eating Lemons FTW!
No matter how bad a day or life you’re having, this video is sure to turn things around. Like a puppy, or someone tripping up in front of you, it’s nature’s visual Prozac.
Cat Continuely Wins Cup Game
Don't panic, but this cat appears to be too smart to just be a normal animal and not, say, an alien masquerading as a cat and biding its time before it calls its fellow aliens to come enslave the human race and overtake the earth.
Accidentally weird church signs
Sometimes preachers have great intentions but what they put on the church signs just comes off as down right weird.
Interesting Science Facts
You've got to like a video that in it's opening few seconds tells you that beer is good for you as it contains essential minerals and from there you'll go on to learn all kinds of factoids you can pull out when everyone's half-cut down the bar on Friday.
Monkey made a series of self portraits
During his visit to Indonesia, the British photographer David Slater, went with a guide to one of the local national parks. In the jungle, Slater met a group of black macaques, which with he spent three days. Animals did not show any aggression, and one of the monkeys was very “advanced”. Interested in his reflection in the lens cameras, which Slater set on a tripod, a monkey grabbed the camera and took a few self-portraits