Pissed-Off Girlfriend GOES OFF on Phone-Obsessed Boyfriend


If hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, we don’t want to know which circle this lady’s wrath came from.

An inattentive boyfriend incited the rage of his girlfriend when he wouldn’t stop texting and playing games on his cell phone. The two were onboard a train in Beijing, China, when witnesses say that the woman lost her patience with him. Check out photos below of the confrontation.


Completely fed up, the girlfriend first confronted him.

Commuters who saw the incident go down said that the man actually started crying when his girlfriend tried to grab the phone from him. But when that failed, things got even worse.

Pictures show the woman dragging his body through the train doors while he continues to stare at his phone screen. He continued ignoring her, so she went even more ballistic, trying to physically wrestle the mobile device from his hands by pressing her foot into his face as she yanked on the digital device.


While some people believed it to be a stunt, others disagreed. One witness said:

If it was staged then I’d be surprised, I even saw one kid burst into tears as the couple were shouting at each other and she was trying to grab the phone off of him.

She just flipped out and tried to grab the phone off him and when that failed she had been forced to drag him onto the carriage before the doors closed. She was shouting a lot and telling him to let go of the phone.

No word on whether or not they worked it out.


Woman Asks Random Strangers on the Street to Have Sex with Her


Here’s one social experiment that speaks volumes.

After this woman wanders the streets and walks up to complete strangers to ask them if they’d like to have sex with her, you can imagine the guys’ reactions.

As you can imagine, there was little hesitation in their responses, and her success rate was high.

If two consenting adults want to have sex with each other, who are we to judge?

Idiot Drug Dealer Tries to Rob Undercover Cop, Winds Up Crying in Handcuffs


drug-deal-gone-wrong-558x279Folks, this is why you should never get involved in a life of drug dealing and crime.

After this idiot jumps into an undercover officer’s vehicle to go about a drug deal, he learns the hard way that you probably should pull a gun out and threaten a customer, especially when they are setting you up.

Halfway through the “deal,” he decides he’d rather just steal her money rather than offer up the goods.

Things could have gotten really scary for this undercover cop. Luckily, backup was on hand to bring him to justice. And to tears.

Weird Video About Japanese Homosexuals Fighting


Watch this weird Youtube video that screams nothing but total weirdness.

The video shows naked men, with roses covering the lower part of their bodies, fighting against evil forces just to be with each other.

It’s a silent clip, so there’s no dialogue, leaving it up to the viewer to think about what you want to think about the clip or what’s going through the minds of the characters.

In my interpretation, I see this as a struggle of homosexual guys in Japan fighting for social acceptance. And the rose is a symbol of homosexuality in Japanese culture.

This video, for me, then, is a tool for gays to express to their community and society at large how they feel.

Check it out for yourself and let us know what you think.

Man Has Kept All His Nail Clippings In A Jar — Since 1978!


n-RICHARD-GIBSON-TOENAIL-large300Richard Gibson keeps his most cherished item on a shelf in his Lafayette, Louisianaa, home.

It’s not a picture of his loved ones, nor a prized trophy, it’s a jar containing every single toenail and fingernail he’s clipped off himself since February, 1978.

“I remember it well. I still have the manicure kit,” he told The Huffington Post.

Gibson, a 58-year-old oil investor, was clipping his toenails when he decided to put the clippings into the manicure box instead of the trash can.

“I started doing it again and again and then decided to see how long it would take to fill the box,” he said proudly.

o-TOENAILS-570t took only two years to fill the box, but by then he was hooked, and moved his collection to the glass jar he currently uses.

“I have no idea how many nails are in the jar,” Gibson said. “It’s well into the thousands.”

Gibson’s commitment to his keratin collection hasn’t been easy at times. He says his ex-wife used to insist he hide the jar when visitors came to the house.

However, it’s finally paid off: A picture of Gibson proudly holding the jar appears in the newest Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! book, “Reality Shock!” debuting Sept. 9.

“I haven’t told her,” he said. “I’m waiting until I can show her the book. She’s always been annoyed by them.”

Gibson figures the jar is 99 percent full, but hasn’t thought about what to do when the last toenail reaches the tippy-top.

“I don’t know what I’ll do,” he said. “I’ll probably put them into something else. I’ve got enough room for several more months worth of nails.”

Surprisingly, he has no set schedule for adding to the jar.

“I only cut them when I break a fingernail or toenail,” he said. “I don’t cut them that often — they’re long.”

Nails are the only clippings Gibson collects. He is a longtime fan of Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! who has submitted 70,000 weird facts for inclusion in the popular column.

“I’ve had 750 of them printed, but this is the first time I’ve made it into one of the books,” he said. “It’s not like winning an Oscar, but I am proud.”


“Dear Madam, we are writing to inform you that you are dead”


A Lincolnshire woman in her eighties was told she had passed away in a letter from her pension provider.

6818924-largeThe blunder included a short message of condolence from an employee of Standard Life but Spalding resident Mrs Fulton, although frail, remains very much alive.

The letter was sent to the 80-year-old’s home last month and addressed to the executors of Mrs B Fulton.

The pensioner was described as being “extremely upset”, but Standard Life have since apologized for the mistake, blaming it on human error. 

“You can imagine how shocked I was to receive the letter,” Mrs Fulton told the Telegraph. “Fortunately I still have my wits about me, but I dread to think what the consequences could have been for someone in more fragile health than myself.”

Standard Life explained that a routine pension payment failed and a staff member had incorrectly marked the reason for the payment being returned as “deceased”.

A spokesman told the Telegraph: “We are very sorry this occurred and for the concern it has caused. We apologized immediately and carried out a review to understand what had happened. We reissued the pension payment immediately and sent Mrs Fulton flowers and £50 as apology too.”