Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Two Things Every Office Needs

Amiright?




Craigslist Ad Of The Day: Biker



best of craigslist > pensacola

guy with skid mark, bought gallon of whole milk, circle k - w4m


Date: 2011-08-19, 12:27AM EDT


i was in my bikini at the Circle K, you came in with your short shirt and your bike shorts on. they were white and you had a pretty sexy skid mark staining your behind.

you got 11 sticks of beef jerky and a gallon of whole milk, then rode off on your bicycle.

i will know its you because you paid in pennies.

Pics Of The Day: Moustair

From Visual News and Kate Stransky.

"Every once in a while someone comes up with something so creative or catchy that it becomes the next internet phenomenon. From Tebowing to Planking to the Duck Face Song, every once in a while something really catches on. Today that thing is Moustair. While it has not been officially defined on Wikipedia yet, Moustair may be the best use of Photoshop to date. Be careful though, the closer you look the more disturbing these photos become." - Steven Shoppman, Visual News.







More on Visual News.

Oh, and.... PHOTOSHOP!

Retro Commercial Of The Day: Vinyl Floors

With one slightly problematic material.



Most popular YouTube comment: "Active room closed due to due to cancer."


News Of The Day: Teacher Accused Of Making Students Rub Her Feet

What's the big deal? Teachers' feet get tired. From Keith and WYFF.



Teacher Accused Of Making Kids Rub Her Feet

LEXINGTON, S.C. -- Lexington County School District Three is investigating after a first-grader complained about having to rub her teacher's feet.

A district representative said the district has launched a full investigation, appropriate action has been taken and the situation has been rectified. But that's not nearly enough for some parents.

"She admitted to the children rubbing her feet," said Brenda Norris. "Just the thought of it... They immediately sent her home, but she's back there today."

Norris is far from satisfied after her 6-year-old granddaughter, who is in first grade, came home from Batesburg-Leesville Primary School last Wednesday to said she was "tired of rubbing her teacher's feet."

"'Do she take off her socks and shoes?'" Norris recounted asking. "'Grandma, she wears flip flops.'"

Norris refused to name the teacher, but said she would select students to massage her feet during class time.

"My granddaughter has nightmares, she cries," said Norris. "She said 'I have three wishes, Grandma. One of them was not to go to school today.'"

Outraged, Norris took to Facebook and found at least half a dozen parents who said this also happened to their kids. The district says the situation has been handled.

"I don't trust the system at all now," said Norris. "I can't trust the system. I'm afraid for her to go to school."

Norris said the punishment is unacceptable since the teacher still has her job, and her granddaughter's trust has been destroyed.

"She was taught to do what the teacher said do," said Norris. "And the teacher wants her to rub her feet? She told me 'grandma, you didn't tell me if I touch someone else, to tell you.' That broke my heart."

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