With Halloween only two weeks away, hopefully you have your Heisenberg hazmat suit or zombie kit of fake blood and face paint ready to go. However, if you're still looking for inspiration, check out cracked.com's list of "28 Japanese Halloween Costumes That Will Haunt Your Dreams."
Possibly NSFW. Definitely CBU (Can't Be Unseen).
It's your doody as a horticulturalist to give your plants the highest quality manure, and the El Korah Shrine Circus is handing it out for free. The show is filled with exotic beasts—like elephants, zebras and camels—but keeping such animals costs, ahem, a shitload. The circus pays hundreds of dollars a day to clear out the animal's leavings, so they're asking green-thumbed gardeners to stop them from getting backed up.
If you think your potted plants will benefit from a llama's loaf, just grab a suitable receptacle and make an urgent movement towards CenturyLink Arena Friday, June 21-Sunday, June 23. It's a crappy job, but you'll be boweled over by how good your strawberries come out. See any Shriner during circus hours (3-7 p.m. Friday, or 1-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday) for more information. The manure will be available near the parking entrance off Capitol Blvd.
A word of warning to the exotic dung novice: Like a fine wine, manure needs to mature before it's ready. Throw it on too early and you'll flush your crops down the crapper, so leave it outside for a few months to let the forces of nature weather it down to an odorless compost.
The Marvel Comics character Daredevil was created when a young boy pushed a blind man out of the path of a speeding truck, and was struck in the eyes by radioactive waste that spilled off of the truck and gave him superpowers.
That was, coincidentally, the same incident that created the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, a comic that was partially started as a parody of Daredevil. After striking the young Matt Murdock, aka Daredevil, the waste went into a sewer grate and, viola, a new comic franchise.
But let's be honest, the whole thing seemed a bit fishy, right? Turtles? That do ninjutsu? And eat pizza?
The time is right for a more honest assessment of turtles as cultural icons.
Enter Teenage Average Normal Turtles, a new parody video from The Pet Collective YouTube channel. Watch as they paw at their glass prison; see them covered in lettuce; marvel at their dexterity as they tumble all turtle-like.
Spoiler alert: the consistent super-power among all turtles is that they're slow.
Or as the song says: "Turtles in a glass cage, normal turtles!"
Check it out below.
The behavior of consumers during the holiday season is often maligned as zombie-like. So it would make sense that someone would make a zombie Christmas special.
However, AMC declined to do so with its hit series, The Walking Dead.
That means fans of the show had to do it on their own. Check it out below.