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Thursday, February 07, 2008


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Category: News and Politics

" 'Romantic' trick tattoo to stay"

"When teenager Joanne Raine had her boyfriend's nickname "Roo" tattooed on her stomach it was supposed to be a sign of her undying love.

The 19-year-old from Darlington paid £80 for the Chinese artwork in 2004 and was delighted with the results.

That was until she showed it off in a Chinese takeaway and found out it actually spelled "supermarket."

The pair have now split up, but Miss Raine said she will keep the tattoo because she cannot afford a new one."


A motorist is sitting by his car at the side of the road outside Boston looking unhappy.
A local passing by sees his glum face and asks what the problem is.
"I've locked myself out of my car." replies the man.
"That's not a problem," replied the passer-by, "Let me have a look."
The motorist is a bit perplexed, but reckons there's no harm in it letting the man try.
So the passer-by turns around, and rubs his legs slowly up and down the driver"s door.
Suddenly, the lock opens and the man turns and opens the car door.
"That's amazing!" says the motorist, "How did you do it?"
"It's easy," replies the pedestrian, "I'm wearing khaki trousers."


After Quasimodo's death, the bishop of the cathedral of Notre Dame sent word through
the streets of Paris that a new bellringer was needed. The bishop decided that he would
conduct the interviews personally and went up into the belfry to begin the screening
process After observing several applicants demonstrate their skills, he decided to call
it a day when a lone, armless man approached him announced that he was there to apply for
the bellringer's job. The bishop was incredulous. "You have no arms!" "No matter,"
said the man, "Observe!" He then began striking the bells with his face, producing
a beautiful melody on the carillon. The bishop listened in astonishment, convinced
that he had finally found a suitable replacement for Quasimodo. Suddenly, rushing
forward to strike a bell, the armless man tripped, and plunged headlong out of the
belfry window to his death in the street below. The stunned bishop rushed to his side.
When he reached the street, a crowd had gathered around the fallen figure, drawn by
the beautiful music they had heard only moments before. As they silently parted to
let the bishop through, one of them asked, "Bishop, who was this man?"
"I don't know his name," the bishop sadly replied, "but his face rings a bell."

The following day, despite the sadness that weighed heavily on his heart due to the
unfortunate death of the armless campanologist, the bishop continued his interviews for
the bellringer of Notre Dame. The first man to approach him said, "Your Excellency,
I am the brother of the poor, armless wretch who fell to his death from this very belfry
yesterday. I pray that you honour his life by allowing me to replace him in this duty."
The bishop agreed to give the man an audition, and as the armless man's brother bent down
to pick up a mallet to strike the first bell, he groaned, clutched at his chest and died
on the spot. Two monks, hearing the bishop's cries of grief at this second tragedy, rushed
up the stairs to his side. "What has happened?" the first asked breathlessly. "Who is this man?"
"I don't know his name," sighed the distraught bishop, "but he's a dead ringer for his brother."


Ok, to make up for that, here's an _awesome_ story.

Cinema goes to the dogs
"An Austrian cinema is letting movie-goers take their pet dogs to films with them in a bid to lure more customers.

Cinema dogs /CEN

The Admiral cinema in Vienna has been struggling against competition from new multiplex cinemas which have been built nearby.

So cinema bosses have started a monthly Doggy Day in a bid to offer something different from their brash modern rivals.

Visitors pay £4 for a ticket while their pet pooch can go in for free and are given a blanket to snuggle up on in their seats, as well as water and popcorn."

{a follow-up}

A cinema that allowed dog owners to take their pets once a month now lays on daily shows because they are so popular.

The Admiral cinema in Vienna started its "dog days" to compete with multi-screen cinemas.

Owners pay £4 while their dogs go free and are given a blanket, water and popcorn.

A spokesman said: "The volume for the films is turned down a bit so as not to hurt the animals' ears."

Thomas Feldinger, 24, who takes his labrador Hanjo, said: "He loved it in there and so did all the other dogs.""

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Immaculately Cruel

My fav is the tattoo story....
a LOT of people have strange things tattooed....I read an article about this not too long ago.

Moral of the story?????
REASEARCH your Japanese or Chinese character translations from a RELIABLE source BEFORE getting them tattooed :P

Posted by Immaculately Cruel on Feb 7, 2008 10:21 AM
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I wonder all the time if people know what their Japanese tattoos REALLY say....Because they probably don't say what they think they do.

Posted by .Sara. on Mar 11, 2008 10:00 AM
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Wow, you're really going back a ways today.

Posted by HVY MTL on Mar 11, 2008 10:16 AM
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