Stuff which what we found interestin’.
FBI warns of Malware targeting Android phones – (Mashable)
Drunk partygoer finds car two years later – (Daily Times)
Bizarre looking Oarfish washes up on Mexican beach – (Grind TV)
Was Jesus a cannabis user? – (Guardian)
Adele’s cover of Someone Like You is popular at funerals – (Uproxx)
Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul is set for big things – (Film Drunk)
Scientists discover a planet with four suns – (BBC News)
Seven alternative Princess Bride posters – (Nathanpwyle)
Stuff which what we found interestin'.
Apple threaten to sue a small German cafe whose logo happens to feature an apple – (Gawker)
Blunt cards – They’re cards which are about as subtle as a breeze block to the face! – (Website)
Divers find a 38 year-old plane wreck off the coast of Portugal – (Telegraph)
In the most non-surprising news of the decade Lindsay Lohan will pose nude for Playboy for $1M – (The Superficial)
A trailer for Frankie Boyle’s very first
graphic novel comic.
10 mythical creatures you don’t know about but should be very afraid of – (Flavorwire)
Retired heart surgeon saves policeman’s life after his throat is cut in public – (Mail Online)
An anonymous donor has put up a £1,000 reward to catch the f@cker who shot a swan in the head with an air rifle 14 times – (BBC Scotland)
The Kid from Jerry Maguire turned 21. WTF have we been doing with ourselves? – (Film Drunk)
Juggling two Rubik’s Cubes in one hand and solving a third with his other.
Following the monumental breakdown Sony has suffered in recent days with their Playstation Network, every news website, paper and channel have been featuring special reports on this story as legions of people, who are incapable of amusing themselves without the use of electronic gadgetry, are throwing party bags of Doritos around their living rooms in fits of rage.
But Channel 4 News have to be applauded for their coverage of the story, simply due to a moment of genius which you can watch at the 3.00 minute mark in the video above.
Taking Internet stalking and creeping to a whole new level thanks to this specially designed application for Facebook users.
It couldn’t be simpler just sign into your Facebook account via the app’s website allow it to access your profile’s information, mark off those friends you have who your interested in but are currently spoken for and the app will immediately send you an e-mail when they have broken up with their partners and are back on the single market. It doesn’t even give them time to wipe away those salty tears of relationship failure giving you the chance to pounce from the long grass and coerce them into having regretful rebound sex. Isn’t technology wonderful?