Boner of the Day

Boner Preview Candidates January 14, 2016

Boner Preview Candidate #1: THE HENRY THE HOOVER TATTOO

But for one man who decided to get a joke tattoo on his crotch, the joke is on him. Lewis Flint, 21, from Grimsby, decided to have the tattoo of the popular Henry the Hoover vacuum cleaner inked on his crotch and a black lead, plug and socket on his bottom.

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Boner Preview Candidate #2: CINDY! SO SOMETHING!

here’s the story of how she helped a woman grow three inches instantaneously, and the one where she turned metal into bone, and the one where she blamed the death of blackbirds on the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.

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Boner Preview Candidate #3: IT WAS PART TWO OF THE ROBBERY THAT WENT WRONG

A thick-headed teen is making an early bid for the title of year’s stupidest outlaw, after ordering a woman to show up with more cash a day after he kidnapped and robbed her — leading cops right to him, police said.

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Boner Preview Candidate #4: THERE’S SOMETHING EXTRA IN MY WAFFLES

Two Waffle House employees have been fired after a shocking video emerged showing the workers styling hair in the eatery’s kitchen, causing pieces of hair to be left behind in customer’s meals. Antonio Robinson said that his friend found hair in his food when they dined last week at a Waffle House in Forrest City, Arkansas, WREG reported.

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Boner Preview Candidate #5: HERE COME THE SELF APPOINTED JUDGE.

A self-proclaimed “U.S. SuperiA self-proclaimed “U.S. Superior Court judge” who has been involved in past property rights protests in other states arrived Tuesday in Burns with plans to convene an extra-legal “citizens grand jury” that he said will review evidence that public officials may have committed crimes.or Court judge” who has been involved in past property rights protests in other states arrived Tuesday in Burns with plans to convene an extra-legal “citizens grand jury” that he said will review evidence that public officials may have committed crimes.

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Boner Preview Candidate #6: FIREARMS IN THE LOONEY BIN

Until this year, guns were banned at the state-run facilities, which house people with serious mental illnesses. No one — visitors, delivery people and the like — could bring firearms anywhere on the hospitals’ campuses. Even local law enforcement officers, who were allowed to bring their weapons into the facilities, regularly lock up their guns before entering Austin State Hospital out of an abundance of caution. That isn’t expected to change.

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