Week in WTF?!

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By which we mean, of course, "Wow, that's fascinating!" Because during the last few days -- Wednesday, Thursday, Friday -- what tom-foolery has taken place out on the Interwebs. Here's a look at the things that have caused us to say, "Whee! That's funny!"


Charlie Sheen is Winning

While I could probably do an entire 'WTF' post on the Charlie Sheen happenings of this week. I'll settle with sharing the LiveTheSheenDream website which I guarantee can keep you entertained all day. Uh duh, winning. Just click Charlie's head and you're presented with a shiny new Sheen quote each and every time. Warning, some may be inappropriate. Contrary to popular belief, I do not control the words coming out of Sheen's mouth.


Paula Deen: Also Winning

This photo of Paula Deen riding the Food Network's Robert Irvine at the South Beach Food & Wine Festival this past weekend is quickly becoming an internet meme. Rightfully so. And it doesn't stop there, there's also photos of Deen licking butter off Irvine's abs. Winning.

Thom Yorke's competition

No, I'm not talking about Billboard Top 100 competition. Radiohead's new single "Lotus Flower" isn't really even in that competition. I'm talking about dance competition. Hasan Baba vs. Thom Yorke. It's a dance-off and I'm guess Baba is winning.

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The next time you are having a bad day all you have to do is watch this video to turn your day around. That is unless you're some kind of heartless jerk... or Charlie Sheen.

Don't even Axe

According to Darwinism, the police had every right to fatally shoot this robber as he attempts to slowly break through bulletproof glass with an axe. Definitely not winning.

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