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Christopher Walken in Scary, Even Dancing

From the same surprise party that brought you frottage comes yet more evidence that Chris Walken is a very talented dancer, yet always scary no matter what activity he is engaged in. After watching the first 10 seconds I was ready for him to start knifing people left and right.

See for yourself:

The Results Are In…

Most of you agree that we need to see the Steve Irwin death video! I will of course have it here for you live if it is ever released.

I’ll pay $20 bucks for anyone willing to steal and send it to me. If not, I’ll take reenactments as well.

The Swiss Keep Giving Me Material


A Swiss man caught speeding on a Canadian highway has blamed his actions on the absence of goats on the roads.

The man was caught driving at 161 km/h (100mph) in a 100 km/h (60mph) zone.

A traffic officer’s notes said the Swiss driver had said he was taking advantage “of the ability to go faster without risking hitting a goat”.

Dry Humping in French

This came up during a recent surprise birthday party. Don’t ask how but it just did. You see the types of conversations that come up during some drinking? It’s not all drugs and politics!

L’avant Poste went out on a quest to determine the definition of this very important English word. Those of you overseas listen up.

The term dry humping actually comes from the French word frotter (“to rub”). In French it literally means to rub, but since everything in French has a potential dirty connotation, proper use of this term will get the point across.

Some possible uses:

  • J’aime frotter. – I like to dry hump.
  • Tu veux frotter? – You want to dry hump?
  • Mon chat aime frotter arbres. – My cat likes to dry hump trees.

I actually did a bit of research to get this though I open the floor to other Frenchies if they’ve got any additions or corrections. For now go frotte yourself dude.

Pictures from that party coming soon though you’ll have to be cool enough to get the password to see em. I determine cool. 8)