Sunday, June 22, 2008
MOSCOW - A monument to the enema, a procedure many people would rather not think about, has been unveiled at a spa in the southern Russian city of Zheleznovodsk.
The bronze syringe bulb, which weighs 800 pounds and is held by three angels, was unveiled at the Mashuk-Akva Term spa, the spa's director said Thursday.
So if you ever need to know your enema, now you know where to go.
My left foot
And a couple of right feet as well.
British Columbia’s coroner’s office called the discovery of a sixth floating human foot a hoax, saying on Thursday it was really an animal paw stuffed inside a running shoe.
At first, Wednesday’s discovery seemed to deepen the mystery surrounding the feet, all found floating along island shorelines in the Strait of Georgia near Vancouver.
But the coroner’s office called the latest find a hoax, saying a animal’s skeletonized foot had been inserted inside the shoe.
Are they sure? I mean I know a few women who have feet that look like they're ready to swoop off a building and attack field mice.
“Whoever is responsible for this took the time to ensure that the remains were set up to closely resemble human remains,” RCMP Inspector Brendan FitzPatrick said.
The feet all were recovered within a few kilometers of each other along island shorelines in the Strait of Georgia, which lies to the south and west of the city of Vancouver.
Tiger no longer in the tank
Tiger Woods revealed Wednesday that he has been playing for at least 10 months with a torn ligament in his left knee, and that he suffered a double stress fracture in his left leg two weeks before the U.S. Open. He said he will have season-ending surgery, knocking him out of the final two majors and the Ryder Cup.
"Now, it is clear that the right thing to do is to listen to my doctors, follow through with this surgery and focus my attention on rehabilitating my knee," Woods said on his Web site.
He sure wasn't listening to doctors by playing the U.S. Open, a victory that now looks even more impressive.
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Whopper of a price
It is known as the home of 'the whopper' and Burger King is hoping its latest product really lives up to its reputation.
The fast-food giant has launched a £95 burger - all in the name of charity.
95 Quid? That's like a million U.S. Dollars.
Setting a new record, the world's most expensive burger is available at its restaurant in Gloucester Road, West London.
It will eventually be available to order via a hotline.
The fine ingredients of what is called simply 'The Burger' include wagyu beef, white truffle, pata negra ham slices, cristal onion straws, modena balsamic vinegar, lambs lettuce, pink himalayan rock salt, organic white wine and shallot infused mayonnaise in an Iranian saffron and white truffle dusted bun.
At that price they should probably throw in a couple of prostitutes to perform oral sex on you while you eat.
Cross posted on Mitchieville