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Man unwittingly steals batch of Viagra-laced pies via digg.com: Top News on 12/16/10
A man whose Viagra-laced batch of pies was stolen was en route to the World Pie Eating Championships in England when he got robbed by a presumably hungry villain.

I can’t stop laughing.

“It’s not like they were cooling on some sexy windowsill or anything. No, the man whose Viagra-laced batch of pies was stolen was en route to the World Pie Eating Championships in England when he got robbed by a presumably hungry villain.

Apparently the erectile-dysfunction medicine also has the ability to keep potatoes firm, said Vince Bowen, the newly pie-less baker.

The theft prompted event organizer Tony Callaghan to warn locals to watch out for any “hardened criminals.” It was reported in the British paper the Metro, whose headline read, “Thieves face stiff sentence after stealing Viagra pies.”

Also, everybody in England is a twelve-year-old boy

I think I may be a twelve-year-old boy, too. I just can’t stop thinking, WHAT KIND OF PIE-EATING CONTEST IS THIS?! xoxoxo

firm. potatoes. pie. it’s another Mad Lib news report.

(Source: sideshow-bib)


In the historic launch of its Dragon space capsule Wednesday, Hawthorne-based rocket venture SpaceX didn’t carry astronauts or cargo into outer space. But it did transport a wheel of LeBrouere cheese. The company, formally known as Space Exploration Technologies Corp., revealed Thursday that it lifted a “secret” payload into low Earth orbit aboard its cone-shaped Dragon spacecraft. SpaceX said the choice was a nod to the British comedy troupe Monty Python and its famous Cheese Shop skit. (Technology | Los Angeles Times)

I heard this story when I was driving home tonight and it just felt like a Mad Lib news report using all the words I care about.

In the historic launch of its Dragon space capsule Wednesday, Hawthorne-based rocket venture SpaceX didn’t carry astronauts or cargo into outer space. But it did transport a wheel of LeBrouere cheese. The company, formally known as Space Exploration Technologies Corp., revealed Thursday that it lifted a “secret” payload into low Earth orbit aboard its cone-shaped Dragon spacecraft. SpaceX said the choice was a nod to the British comedy troupe Monty Python and its famous Cheese Shop skit. (Technology | Los Angeles Times)

I heard this story when I was driving home tonight and it just felt like a Mad Lib news report using all the words I care about.