I always knew that Seahorses were awesome but the video below puts my love for them over the top.
Sign #122 that you don’t spend enough time in nature: You don’t know the difference between a bird and a barbeque cover.
If you are anything like me you've always wanted to own your own pirate ship. Admit it, you have.
It's time to get yourself over to St. Louis and pick up this 50 foot houseboat. Yes it's $79,000 but think of the adventures you could have!
Here is the ad from Craigslist:
Built on 50' 1988 Gibson houseboat. Brand new twin 454s, Kohler generator, V drives. Holds 30 people, looks like a Hollywood set! Great as a live aboard...and an AWESOME party boat! 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. Just surveyed for $110,00, will sell for $79,000 - trades considered. Call 314-***-*****.
If I was the owner of Off Bug Spray I think I would be hunting for a new ad company for my next promotional campaign.
Don’t let the recent poor press steer you wrong. The Cook County Forest Preserve is still a family friendly place despite the occasional discovery of a dead body. Adventure awaits kids!
Saw this posted on Reddit today. This is why you don't want to mess with ducks.
Hope they got their phone number sorted out soon. We might need them!
Trying to decide where to go camping can be a tough decision...
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In my youth I loved watching the Canadian television show, Kids in the Hall. Over the years they put out some pretty weird yet funny stuff. A great example is their take on modern-day Voyageur fur trappers. As somebody who works in a cubical farm, this really hit home. Good thing I don’t need to wear a suit...
Before we get to the real history lesson below; a pre-history lesson. This little clip is from Season 2 Episode 2 and aired in Fall, 1990.