"My Blackberry Is Not Working!" -- Ronnie Corbett and Harry Enfield star in this fruity sketch from The One Ronnie.Submitted by ant on Wed, 12/22/2010 - 1:04pm. Apple | Audio | Communication | Food/Drink | Funny Videos/Animations | General Computing | Hardware | Internet/Network | Personal | Reading Materials | Shopping | Sight Seeings | T(elevision/V/elly) (S(serie/how)/Movie/Film)s | Technology
UserFriendly shows a funny comic strip showing how nerds/geeks order meals in a restaurant on a date.
Let's Talk Turkey! Questions and answers (Q&As) that the folks at the Butterball Turkey Talk-line have fielded over the years.Submitted by ant on Mon, 11/22/2010 - 2:57pm. Communication | Food/Drink | Funny Jokes/Stories | Health | History | Holidays/Special Days | Nature | Personal | Reading Materials | Religion/Culture
How much average pounds/lbs. differences before you eat for the day after you eat for the day (e.g., after dinner and sleeping)?Submitted by ant on Sat, 10/23/2010 - 2:47pm. Food/Drink | Health | History | Nature | Personal
Neatorama shares a mental_floss blog on "A Brief History of Flintstones Vitamins" -- "The Flintstones has been off the air and in syndication since 1966. But Flintstones Vitamins remain on the shelves and in homes, despite the fact that this generation of children probably has no clue who Fred, Wilma, Barney, Betty and Dino are.
This Savage Chickens comic strip shows why your overlord's keyboards are always dirty/filthy.
Blue's News share The Huffington Post's brief article, with a fourteen photograph/photo. slideshow of each country/nation's adults, showing a recent Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) report on the fattest places -- United States (US) of "America is not alone among OECD nations in the struggle to deal with weight issues. In almost half of OECD countries, 50 percent or more of the population is now classified as overweight. Meanwhile, rates for obesity have doubled and even tripled in certain countries since 1980. Most tellingly, before 1980, the report states, rates of obesity in OECD countries were generally below 10 percent..."