Bigfoot, Take 2
Scientists are planning to do DNA testing on hair samples to determine if Bigfoot exists. Mainly, though, they’re hoping to answer the age-old question, “Do sasquatches get split ends?”
Researchers found low levels of radioactive material in tuna caught off California. Which explains Starkist’s new mascot — Charlie the Three-Headed Tuna.
Most Popular Browser
Google Chrome is now the world’s most popular Web browser, finally beating out Microsoft Internet Explorer. And the world’s least popular browser? Crazy Dave’s Interwebs Spelunker.
Researchers have discovered the remains of an ancient turtle that was the size of a small car. Its scientific name is “my 1989 Toyota Corolla.” That’s right; researchers found the remains of a turtle the size of a car. In other words, if this thing were alive today, it’d be pulling over and moving YOU out of the road. They aren’t sure yet how it became extinct, but...
A new study shows larger male gorillas are more successful than smaller ones at attracting mates. It’s true. King Kong gets WAY more ass than Curious George. He literally picks up chicks. That’s right, bigger gorillas get more ladies than smaller ones… Which explains why I keep running into spider monkeys at Gold’s Gym. They’re like, “Hey, bro, can I get a...