Boner Candidate #1: SHE LIKES RIDING OUT THERE
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A mom in Minnesota was so determined to get more booze one night last week that she drove to the store despite the fact that she was far too drunk to drive and her 8-year-old daughter was clinging to the vehicle, police say. According to a police report, 46-year-old Rena Giancherio was seen driving away from her home with the girl hanging onto the outside of her pickup, banging on the window, the Star Tribunereports. A neighbor called police after the girl fell off the vehicle, and by the time they arrived, Giancherio was back from the store and had a blood-alcohol level of .30, more than four times the state’s legal limit.
Boner Candidate #2: IF YOU HAVE THE FLU YOU WON’T WANT TO HAVE SEX AND YOU WONT GET PREGNANT
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A Seattle woman is set to sue a federally funded medical clinic after she was given a flu shot instead of her regular contraception injection, resulting in an unwanted pregnancy. Yesenia Pacheco attended NeighborCare Health in September 2011 for her Depo-Provera birth control injection. But when she returned three months later to receive her next dose, she was told she had received a flu shot by mistake. “I asked what happened [and was told,] ‘You are two months pregnant, you don’t have to have it, you won’t have to pay anything’,” Pacheco said, recalling a conversation with the clinic’s staff.
Boner Candidate #3: MARCO RUBIO EXPLAINS: A HUMAN CANNOT BECOME A CAT
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Yesterday, Marco Rubio went on national television to reaffirm his awful anti-abortion beliefs to the public. And of course, to confirm that humans are not, in fact, cats. The defense comes in the wake of last week’s GOP debate, during which Rubio affirmed his stance against abortion even in the case of rape or incest. But first, Rubio made sure to point out that, while economic policies may evolve—scientific understandings? Those are timeless.
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