They’re on a mission from god — or dog. They’re all Polish, so there’s no way to tell what’s happening. They could’ve taken a wrong turn for all I know. If they’re Polish, that wouldn’t be completely out of the question. It’s true that everything’s a drive-thru if you’re brave enough, but I wouldn’t try that anywhere where the security is armed and on edge. A few cups of coffee at the end of a long shift can make a man pretty trigger-happy. Then again, they’re in Poland, so the most heavily-armed guard in the area will have little more than a colorful squirt gun full of hot-sauce.
When I eventually decide to spawn tiny people of my own, this is the only way I will ever wash them. It’s been scientifically proven that children are covered in a thin film of disgusting goo 100 percent of the time, so the only way to clean then off effectively is to take them out back and hose them down. When hosing them down isn’t enough, many people will resort to bathing their urchins in a swimming pool full of bleach, but sometimes that isn’t enough either. Perhaps the best way to bathe your guttersnipe is with an automated car wash.
It’s a win-win situation. Your truck gets a nice waxing and buffing, and so do your kids.
(Many thanks to Charles Schneider for sending this one our way)
The True Borderline Sociopathic Boy Does Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night. He Makes Beelzebub Pull Him Along, In His Little Red Wagon, Right To The Bitter End
Gotta love Russian Websites translated into Engrish. Here’s the caption to go with the pictures of a stunt show put on in Rostov-On-Don:
Last Friday Rostov-on-Don city held an extreme stuntman show. The craziest and most desperate extreme-lovers took part in the show. There were different tricks with fire, jumping, both with cars and big trucks, but everything went off victimless and the participants, as well as the spectators got much pleasure and adrenaline!
Lots more pictures of barely organized foolishness, and lots of girls in bikinis for no apparent reason other than pleasure and adrenaline, at English Russia