Oddly Enough Blog
News, but not the serious kind
Blog Guy, I know you are very good at beauty tips. I’m a young woman who would like to meet some guys, and I wonder what I’m doing wrong.
Excuse me? Upside-down? How would I just casually be upside-down when I meet a guy? And who looks good that way, anyhow?
Never under-estimate the impact of being upside-down. It is playful, yet confusing, and it’s a guy-magnet. That’s why so many women are taking up high jumping.
I think I have some pretty good news here, and right now I’m talking to you single guys.
Blog Guy, I was surprised to read your item about that Bridesmaid Festival. Are there any other examples of wedding nostalgia events you’re aware of?
Blog Guy, that royal wedding is getting really close now, so how about some more of your expertise? I believe you mentioned a royal carriage would be used for Prince William and Kate?
Using the upcoming wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton as a sly way into the subject, we tell readers what they need to know if they are invited to a wedding. It’s pretty complicated.
Maybe you saw that actor Nicolas Cage was arrested in New Orleans after an argument with his wife. He was booked on suspicion of domestic abuse battery, disturbing the peace and public drunkenness.
What intrigued me was that the police said Cage and his wife were standing in front of a home and arguing about whether it was where they lived.
Johnson, get your butt into my office! You call yourself a news photographer?
Jeez, Boss, I thought I was doing better. What’s wrong?
I send you out to cover Formula One racing over the weekend, and you come back with shots of cars?
Look at this crap! Cars having wrecks, cars on fire, cars flying through the air…
Blog Guy, I see they’re churning out all kinds of memorabilia in advance of Britain’s royal wedding next month.
I’ll bet it will really sell, considering Kate Middleton is so popular and beautiful. Have any artists done an especially unusual job of capturing the charms of this lovely young woman?
Okay, the folks in these pictures are coverd in talcum powder from a traditional Powder Day festival in their Spanish village.
The caption tells us that festival participants “hurl talcum powder at each other until they are completely covered with it,” and that in the past, “young men used this game to seduce girls.”