Just a month after the Venice Beach Freakshow acquired a two-headed albino snake named Lenny and Squiggy, they've welcomed a two-headed six-legged baby bearded dragon to its new sideshow home. Freakshow owner Todd Ray paid $5,000 to an amateur herpetologist near Dayton, Ohio for the critter, now named Pancho and Lefty. The Freakshow now has 14 live two-headed animals. From AOL News:
(Pancho and Lefty) move with relative ease, although sleep can occasionally be a struggle when Pancho wants to rest, but Lefty doesn't. Lefty will start walking and dragging his twin in a desired direction. When Pancho inevitably wakes up, he'll start pulling the other way.
But overall, they get along well and never fight.
"It's like they're used to having each other there," Ray said.
This recently-posted video of a freaky cryptid was reportedly shot in a Portuguese “desert.” Is it a sad transatlantic chupacabras? An exhausted yeti who wandered (very) far from home? A vacationing bigfoot on a bender? Or something else entirely… (Mysterious Universe)
Yes, they made the “Asian” porn yellow — apparently this is a pretty common sight in Georgia gas-stations, though the proliferation of network connections in big rigs will surely cut into that market (and create some serious potential for mischief).
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