Funny Forward Archive
World’s oldest dog dies in Japan
Kyodo via Reuters
A male cross-breed dog Pusuke is seen in this file photo from Dec. 24, 2010.
Mish Whalen writes
Pusuke, who was listed as the oldest living dog in Guinness World Records, died on Dec. 5, 2011 in Sakura, Japan. He reached the ripe old age of 26 years and 9 months.
Pusuke was certified for the Guinness title last December. The previous record was held by a 28-year-old beagle from the U.S. who died in 2003.
DOGGIE’S FIRST HAIRCUT
This neglected dog was brought into the Quebec Society for the Protection of Animals (SPA) with hair so long, dirty, and matted that it had actually doubled his size. Upon giving the dog his presumed first grooming, the transformation of the animal is amazing.
How To Identify a Meth Lab – Having been in law enforcement for 30 years, I have been approached by several people lately wanting to know how to identify a Meth Lab.
Attached are four photos. I think it’s pretty obvious which one is the Meth Lab.
Are you kidding??????
Gran, 92, barred from buying alcohol because she had no proof of age
Diane Taylor old on a minute … shop demanded ID
An off-licence refused to sell alcohol to a woman of 92 – because she could not prove she was over 18.
Great-grandmother Diane Taylor wanted to buy a bottle of whisky for her son but was asked for photo ID.
She said: “It seemed so stupid I thought the cashier was complimenting me.
“But then I realised that she was being serious so I pulled out my bus pass, my blood donor’s card but it was no good.
“She said she wanted proof of age. I was so taken aback I didn’t know what to do.”
She added: “No one can convince me I look under 25 – I’d only take 78 at a push.”
A One Stop Shop spokesman apologised but said staff cannot sell alcohol without seeing proof of age.
Ms Taylor, of Harlow, Essex, eventually bought her booze from another shop.
She added: “I am 101% with them for checking young people but carrying it to that length is just ridiculous.”
Huge bear takes a dip in a hot tub
There have been cases of crocodiles and water-borne animals finding their way into swimming pools, but nothing could have alarmed a Florida woman more than when she discovered a giant black bear taking advantage of the jets in her hot tub.
Luckily, Jenny Rhoades captured the uninvited guest on camera for hard evidence.The furry creature appeared to have clawed its way through the pool’s mosquito screen and wandered into the jacuzzi to take some time-out from the tiring wilderness.
Speaking about the rare sighting, she said: “It was beautiful, it looked really healthy. The poor guy was just hot and thirsty, it was 90F (32°C) out there.”
Fortunately for Mrs Rhoades, the bear left no unpleasant surprises behind in the water.