I would like to first clarify what bridezilla means. According to the Urban Dictionary, a bridezilla is “one ridiculous spoiled bitch that thinks she is the center of the universe, just because her “show” (the wedding) is 18 months from now. Everyone else in the world has to drop everything and come running in this
One such monster has published the following dress code in her wedding group 18 months before the actual event:
Surprisingly, some of her guests found the idea that they need to spend at least 1000$ on their outfits and that women weighing over 200lbs (90kg) should wear all black so that they don’t ruin her wedding with their fat bodies rather ridiculous. One guest took a screenshot and posted it on Facebook where it quickly went viral. The bride did not like that very much and quickly organized a lie-detector party.
I have never been to a lie detector party but it sounds like a lot of fun. Fun for everyone except Stephanie, who probably ended up, in the best case scenario, naked, tarred and feather on the side of a road somewhere. Stephanie, you are a true hero! I hope you are not dead in a dumpster behind psycho bridezilla’s house.
Caveat: This being the internet, it could all be fake. I truly hope it is because thinking that such terrible people exist on this planet makes me deeply sad.
Men wearing earrings?! Scandalous! At least it was scandalous in the ’80s. Today it is just a poor fashion choice that many men make, but Chinese censors think that it is an offense serious enough to be blurred on TV. CNN reports:
It’s unclear if Chinese regulators have issued a specific directive barring men from being shown wearing earrings, or whether TV stations are reacting to a shift in what is considered culturally appropriate. Last year, China’s media regulator banned TV stations from featuring actors with tattoos. Depictions of “hip hop culture, sub-culture and immoral culture,” were also banned according to Chinese state media…
When it comes to television, the country’s regulations previously barred programs from airing content that expresses “overt admiration for Western lifestyles,” jokes about Chinese traditions or defiles “classic materials…”
The country’s censors have also been quick to black out content on LGBT issues. Guidelines released in China in 2016 characterized homosexuality as an “abnormal sexual behavior” unfit for Chinese television, alongside incest, sexual abuse and “perversion.
What are necropants? I’m glad you asked. Let me tell you how to make your own.
If you want to make your own necropants (literally; nábrók) you have to get permission from a living man to use his skin after his death. After he has been buried you must dig up his body and flay the skin of the corpse in one piece from the waist down. As soon as you step into the pants they will stick to your own skin. A coin must be stolen from a poor widow and placed in the scrotum along with the magical sign, nábrókarstafur, written on a piece of paper. Consequently, the coin will draw money into the scrotum so it will never be empty, as long as the original coin is not removed. To ensure salvation the owner has to convince someone else to overtake the pants and step into each leg as soon as he gets out of it. The necropants will thus keep the money-gathering nature for generations.
What a fun bunch these Icelanders were! If you want to see a real pair of necropants, visit the Museum of Icelandic Sorcery and Witchcraft in Homlmavik, Iceland.
This is by no means a definitive list. There are no limits to how ugly a shoe can be.
Putin can totally pull off a man bun.
Most of these bands are Swedish ABBA clones, but meticulous internet research has shown that at least one is a Hungarian ABBA clone. Can you guess which? I also love the socks that some of these stallions have stuffed in their pants. That was a cool look that deserves a revival.
When was the last time you annoyed someone? If it was more than an hour ago, you should definitely buy one of these T-Shirts with slightly wrong quotes on them.