Jeremiah was a bullfrog: Having a huge sausage has its benefits
Turija, a small town in Serbia, sets the world record each year for the creating the longest sausage as part of their annual festival. This year’s long tube of meat is 2,025 metres in length (National Geographic).
If you thought burglars were scary, how about having a kangaroo invade your home? (Reuters).
It seems ‘roos are the only ones attacking these days. At least eight skiiers in Maine have been attacked by a pissed off owl over the past three weeks (CBS).
Idiot inmate in Georgia escapes from prison, steals smokes from nearby store, then for some reason gets caught sneaking back into prison (Canoe).
In other inmate news, Tracy Mclaughlin, who is currently serving time in Barrie, Ont. prison for sexual assault, is asking the federal government for $15,000 to put towards a sex change, insisting she is a “female trapped inside a man’s body” (Toronto Sun).
A B.C. man found out the hard way that asking for a “please” at the U.S. border crossing apparently warrants the use of pepper spray (Yahoo).
Sleeping through six redlights is a surefire sign to police that you have one too many brews (Zimbio).
The eye-catching image on the right has officially been voted the most degrading ad to women of 2008 by Guard Dogs — a French and Swiss feminist association. The text in english reads, “Good things come in pairs.” (Daily Mail).
First off, don’t propose to your girlfriend at a Wendy’s. Secondly, don’t hide the ring in a Frosty and then watch as she eats the damn thing (City News).
Jeremiah was a bullfrog is The Reflector’s weekly recap of the strange, the unexplained and the downright stupid headlines from around the world.