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The Lisa Ann ‘This isn’t a beach it’s it’s a bathtub’ meme

Does that’re already happened? You take a bath quietly in the bathtub and a large buxom bathing interruptive to scold you for not having a lifeguard at your beach, and you’re like, lady, “I’m not at the beach, it’s bath , “the more it is only two feet of water anyway? But she insists and gets you out of the water on an observation of shark, but it’s OK because you end up having sex with her?

Well, probably not, and that’s OK! Although this was the plot of a porn parody with Baywatch actress Lisa Ann adult films. Given the challenges imaginable location of an adult film on a real beach (lack of privacy, being arrested, sand … places), the film was rather put in a bathroom. Because as long as the holes are penetrated, even matter?

Given the inherent hilarity to “This is a bath” dialogue, however, the (safe for work) attaches quickly started airing on Tumblr, and ultimately, the YouTube channel The Party download full dialogue scene, which has since been viewed over 1.1 million times in recent years.
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The clip has been widely compared to James Deen virus clip “Lemon Stealing Whores” in terms of complete nonsense, in which a couple waxes poetic on their prized lemon tree, as a woman in a swimsuit steals right lemons behind the back.

But earlier this year, “this is a bath” meme has taken on new life when it started airing on TikTok, as users began downloading dubbed versions of themselves acting on stage.

Selfies kill more people than sharks -“there is no sin except stupidity”

Selfie is a recent phenomenon and has been appointed as the word of 2013 by Oxford Dictionary. Google estimates that 24 billion selfies were uploaded to Google Photos in 2015. About 1 million selfies are clicked per day in 18 to 24 demographic. Pew Research Center showed that nearly 55 percent of millennials have posted a selfie on social media services.

Depending on how you are narcissistic and how selfies you took, you may not be aware of the most alarming piece of news related selfie-: kill Selfies. Literally. In fact, a Conde Nast Traveler Article selfie compared death to death by shark attack and concluded that death selfie won in 2015, which seems rather shocking until you look at the number of victims of shark attack and realize that this is not so high. (Sharks usually kill about six people each year.) Yet even a death as something preventable like selfie executed stupidly too.

Most selfie-related deaths occur when the selfie taker is in a risky but impressive position as standing in front of a moving train or a charging bull or posing with a grenade. In a recent tragedy, a Polish couple died before their children after he jumped a security barrier and tried to take a selfie on the edge of a cliff.

Now it is interesting to note that people are dying to do stupid things all the time, so really this is just another version of climbing Mount Everest or doing acrobatics atop a skyscraper 62 story, except that it is accessible to almost everyone with a smartphone. So as much as we would all like to believe that most humans are smart enough not to die in a crash selfie, you should never underestimate the power of ‘it will not happen to me. “

Olga The Headless Girl – Creepy old sideshow exhibit using mirror illusions

“Headless girl Olga” was first introduced to the United States in 1937 in Hamburg, Germany, by a man who called himself “Doctor” Heineman. There was also an outstanding exhibition at the New York World’s Fair of 1939. Olga became a very popular fairground rides during this time.

Illusion Headless Lady was actually a popular magic trick performed in sideshows in the 1940s According to the story, the poor woman lost her head in a horrible accident. But doctors were able to keep alive through the miracle of advanced scientific technology.

“Doctor” Heineman staged “Olga, the girl headless” in Blackpool, England before taking her to America. His popularity in England at the moment is based on the fact that Olga had at least nine shows in 1938.

Routine “Headless Girl” was an illusion pretty damn realistic look, especially considering the time period in which he became. When Olga is displayed in a shop window in London, surprised spectators fell headless torso of a woman with pipes ranging from the throat to a device that supposedly controls your food intake.

Olga would be copied by other illusionists who called her “Tina” and the kind of resonance “Mademoiselle Yvette” all claimed that women, despite not having a head alive by feeding tubes and unexplainable technology is maintained. As will be seen in the photos, the act headless girl is optically baffling. To help reinforce the authenticity of the girl headless, many attractions include backstory as to how the poor lost his head, like a shark attack or an unfortunate showgirl who separated from his head by a truck .

According to World Sideshow, illusion headless girl continued to appear around the US and the world through the 1980s and a version even made an appearance on Ozzfest in 2002.

What is the craziest thing that a human has survived?

  • The chances of being attacked by a shark is 1 in 11.5 million.
  • The odds of being attacked by a bear in a national park are 1 in 2.7 million.
  • The odds of being bitten by a poisonous snake in the United States are 1 in 37,500.

Dylan McWilliams was bitten by a tiger shark while surfing in Hawaii. Fortunately, he was able to reach the shore before the fish gave him another bite.

In that same year, somehow he was able to dislodge his skull from the powerful jaws of a huge black bear that was trying to eat him.

McWilliams has also been bitten by a rattlesnake while walking.

According to several reputable sources, the odds of a person surviving the three attacks are 893 CUADRILLONES a una *, but that is exactly what Dylan McWilliams did: survive.