Here comes the wacky and disturbing WTFckery!
1. I have this strange craving for sticky buns now. Note the hero's name. *snicker*
Synopsis: When Godric Honeybun decides to portray a Native American in a war reenactment weekend, he doesn’t expect to run into his own, personal Indian princess on the battle field. Much to his amazement, when someone tries to kill her, he quickly discovers his inner warrior as he fights to keep her safe.
Chandini Moonglow likes reenactment weekends because they allow her to get in touch with her Native American roots. A brilliant chemist and holistic healer, Dini can’t imagine who might want her dead.
But she does know that the tall, sexy man with curly, auburn hair and an impossibly deep voice might be all that stands between her and certain death. And, for a variety of reasons, she’s really glad he’s there!
How you doin'?
My high school reunion was pretty boring compared to this one:
2. 24 hour cupcake ATM. Great for snacking on the go. From Gizmodo:
"Sprinkles is the Beverly Hills-based cupcake shop that's credited with re-kindling the trend that's sweeping America's waistlines. And it will soon make it even easier to get your miniature cake fix—at all hours of the day—with an automated ATM. This automatic cupcake machine dispenses freshly baked cupcakes, cupcake mixes, apparel and even cupcakes for Fido! In the heart of Beverly Hills nestled between Sprinkles Cupcakes and the brand new Sprinkles Ice Cream, 24 Hour Sprinkles will be continuously restocked day and night with a variety of freshly baked cupcake flavors."
3. Peek-a-boo umbrellas? Goggle umbrellas for $22. From Gizmodo:
4. Cute WTFckery. Because every child needs their own My First Cthulhu Plush ($12.99):
5. Imagine you're camping in the woods and wake up in the middle of the night to this? From Gizmodo:
"This is a leaf-nosed bat from Vietnam. The bat was first spotted in the wild in Chu Mom Ray National Park in 2008."
6. This is beyond disturbing to me. Would you pay $3 for the serial Killer, Jeffrey Dahmer tour? From JS Online:
"For $30 a person, Dahmer Tours will tell you everything you could easily find on the Internet, while you walk for 90 minutes and stop at gay bars that closed long ago. The tours begin this Saturday with matinees at 1 and 3 p.m. - both sold out, I'm told - and the late show at 10. Rain or shine (or snow). The tours are being promoted online and by fliers distributed to college students, many of whom were not born when Dahmer was arrested in 1991 and convicted the following year. The attraction also is being aimed at visitors from out of town who have long associated Milwaukee with Dahmer and may want to know more."
7. This WTFckery speaks for itself. My heart hurts for Kirk Cameron and his statements. But not all that surprising seeing as he's a very conservative Christian. I guess Kirk is not aware of Leviticus 19:34- "But the stranger that dwelleth with you shall be unto you as one born among you, and thou shalt love him as thyself." From NY Daily News:
Kirk Cameron: Homosexuality is ‘unnatural’ and gay marriage is ‘destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization’
"Kirk Cameron fears homosexuality will destroy the world. The one-time sitcom star who went from atheism to conservative Christian during the 1980s slammed gay marriage as "destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization" and called homosexuals "detrimental" to society during an interview Friday.
"I think that it's unnatural," Cameron told Piers Morgan on CNN."
8. I can't stop laughing every time I say Hellyfish. Why not invest in this movie so it can air on SyFy?
"Do you want to see giant jellyfish kill humans?!... Yeah, so do we. This horror-comedy is an amalgamation of classic creature features and wonky Sy Fy channel monster movies that entertains on every level. The script is solid. The cast is sexy and hilarious.
9. And your Regretsy WTFckery is a perfect gift for fans of the Human Centipede movies:
I hope you have enjoyed this latest WTFckery for the week.