Oddly enough, the rattler bit his tongue, which swelled and almost killed him.
So here's the thing. Obviously, there's men out there that think that girls find this type of behavior hot. Am I crazy? Are there actually women who would think that's it's super-cool for their guy to put a rattlesnake in his mouth? Am I that disconnected? Or is this some sort of fetish that I'm not aware of? Should I be? (urgh)
Here's the whole story. Oh yeah, let's not forget "You can assume alcohol was involved," he said. Actually, not just beer. It was something he called a "mixture of stupid stuff."
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Thanks Daily Mail!
(hmmm....struggling with its' or its. I'm going with its')
Anyways, I really like this week's song, so here it is.
Officials at Nepal's state-run airline have sacrificed two goats to appease Akash Bhairab, the Hindu sky god, following technical problems with one of its Boeing 757 aircraft, the carrier said Tuesday.
Nepal Airlines, which has two Boeing aircraft, has had to suspend some services in recent weeks due the problem.
The goats were sacrificed in front of the troublesome aircraft Sunday at Nepal's only international airport in Kathmandu in accordance with Hindu traditions, an official said.
"The snag in the plane has now been fixed and the aircraft has resumed its flights," said Raju K.C., a senior airline official, without explaining what the problem had been.
(ummm...was the "snag" fixed by the goats or by actual technicians? I think I'll avoid Nepal Air.)