Bad boys, bad boys, what you gonna do...what you gonna do when they come for you
The other day I saw a four hundred year old man at Subway sporting a full brown wig plopped atop his thick white hair like a beret. His wife was also very lovely. She had on a long bleached blonde hair wig, four inch heels, pipe cleaner legs and a rack that was about a 48DD. She kept falling forward into the Teriyaki Chicken. It would have been more amusing if it wasn't MY Chicken Teriyaki, but I digress...
Did you want fries with that?
“Florida is messed up,” Drew Curtis wrote in his 2007 book “It’s Not News, It’s Fark.” “Whatever the reason, Florida is without a doubt the No. 1 state for weird news.”
Though there is hardly a way to quantify the “weirdness” of a state, the fact that the oddities of Florida have inspired multiple books, at least one daily blog and the only state-related tag on Fark — a site dedicated to absurd news — seems to support Curtis’ claim.
Take, for example, Scientology. Scientology Headquarters has all but taken over downtown Clearwater which means the scary Tom Cruise must be around somewhere, along with the equally scary John Travolta and Kirstie Alley. We saw Steven King at the discount show a few years ago. He seemed nice. His restraints were hardly noticable.
It's this big