Softer than a boyfriend pillow?

You can now buy a chair that looks, feels, and smells like human flesh … if you’re into that sort of thing. human skin chairFor the low, low price of only $2,200, you can get a chair designed by Lon­don designer Gigi Barker, who actu­ally infuses each of the leather chairs with a “pheromone-impregnated sil­i­cone base” and a dash of after­shave that makes them feel and smell just like a man. So you get all the ben­e­fits of fur­ni­ture made out of human flesh – with­out the has­sle of mur­der­ing any­one! Gross! What hap­pened to the boyfriend pillow??



Terry Mor­gan real­iz­ing his time­piece, val­ued at nearly a thou­sand bucks, had gone miss­ing spent most of an evening search­ing for it with no luck. Just as he was about to give up, he heard the watch alarm go off and fol­lowed the sound to where his 140-pound New­found­land was snooz­ing. Mor­gan said, “At first I thought he was lying on it. Only when I rolled him over did I real­ize it was inside him.” I rushed him to the vet for an emer­gency oper­a­tion and was a bit ticked off because that would have cost me about $2000, but when Char­lie saw the anes­thetic nee­dle he howled with fright and coughed the watch up.”

A Florida man Julius Lupowitz was pulled over for speed­ing, but when the cop went to run his license and reg­is­tra­tion through the sys­tem, the man pulled out his cell phone and called 911, claim­ing there was a man with a gun about to shoot and hung up. Lupowitz waited a cou­ple of sec­onds, then dialed back, yelling hys­ter­i­cally and giv­ing an address right around the cor­ner from where he was stopped. The trooper who made the stop was about to speed away to inves­ti­gate when the dis­patcher informed him that the “emer­gency” call was com­ing from the car he had pulled over. He wrote Lupowitz the $209 ticket, and booked him on charges of mis­us­ing the 911 system.

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