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JOKE OF THE WEEK
I had to break up with my cross-eyed girlfriend today.
She was seeing other people.
Figuring out which book to read next can be tough, but assuming you follow some bright, intelligent people on Twitter, ParrotRead can use their knowledge to find reading recommendations.
ParrotRead doesn’t do anything magical or tap into anything other than what people post on Twitter. If someone you follow posts about a book, ParrotRead snatches that up, then sends it to you in a weekly recommendations newsletter.
ParrotRead is probably not going to replace other book recommendation services, but it’s a nice addition that captures some suggestions you might otherwise miss.
"I have a small penis. It's about 4 1/2 inches hard and I'm worried it's going to keep me from finding someone to fall in love with.
Can I still find love with a tiny penis?"
"yes. i know it seems like a weird concept but most people i know fell in love with their clothes on. and if you date a size queen work on your oral skills an you will have her for life.
dont worry about it: you'll find someone. and if you dont, it wont have anything to do with your size."
BRAZIL -- Eight fishermen who spent five days on a lifeboat after their vessel sank in the Atlantic Ocean have been rescued off the Brazilian coast.
The skipper of another fishing boat spotted the group on Thursday afternoon some 15km from Cascavel beach in the northeastern state of Ceara, Brazilian authorities said on Friday.
The crew of the second boat rescued the eight castaways and brought them ashore.
Suffering from dehydration, the survivors were taken to hospitals in Fortaleza, the state capital, and two of them remained in hospital on Friday.
The eight men set out two weeks ago from the northeastern state of Rio Grande do Norte aboard the fishing boat Rey Arturo, which sank last Sunday near the Fernando de Noronha archipelago.
The boat split into pieces, giving the crew no time to send a distress call, and the eight fishermen barely had time to get into the lifeboat.
Though careful rationing allowed them to make their limited food and water last for days, the lifeboat began to sink under their weight.
By the time the skipper of the second vessel saw them, the fishermen were floating, tied to what was left of the lifeboat.
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