From her clubbing-a-home-invader form to the way she glares off the bovine golf fans encroaching onto her fairway, after nailing them twice, this golfer knows exactly what she's doing.
The town of Ramsbottom in Manchester has hosted the World Championships for Black Pudding Throwing since 1984 — but the tradition itself supposedly dates back to the War of the Roses. As the Lancashire Telegraph explained in 2018: Black pudding throwing is said to date back to the War of the Roses, where legend has… READ THE REST
Sports now. Notre Dame head coach Brian Kelly made a strange joke during the postgame interview when talking about his team's ability to execute during the game against Florida State. READ THE REST
In 1990, the USA's Paul Lim dazzled the audience at the Darts World Championship with a spectacular burst of accuracy that resulted in the championship's first ever nine-dart finish, or perfect game. The tension and release was both fueled and embodied by the dulcet brogue of TV commentator Tony Green — "Yes. Yes. Double twelve!… READ THE REST
There's no more helpless feeling than the moment you realize you've been robbed. The mix of anger, fear, and a sense of violation are enough to turn your stomach. And in addition to stolen items, there's usually clean-up and repair needed since 95 percent of burglaries involve a forced entry. As horrible as it feels,… READ THE REST
Okay, so you're not the best cook, but we all have our flaws. And at least your creations are edible, right? Sure, that recipe for peanut butter and jelly chicken wasn't the best option to feed a dinner party, but it surely could have been worse than just a mild case of the runs after.… READ THE REST
We as humans run the gamut in super weird food allergies, from gluten to seafood (and, consequentially, cicadas apparently), but your precious pet may also be allergic to a host of other foods you're unknowingly feeding them. Everything from proteins to wheat could be causing your critter distress unbeknownst to you, and that's pretty scary.… READ THE REST