So You Think You Can Dance Wardrobe Malfunction

The Hit Reality TV Show, So You Think You Can Dance had a ratings boost by way of contestant 22036 who forgot to put her panties on before she flashed her crotch to the Judges in appreciation for being moved forward in the competition. Hey, at least if she doesn't win, she can take up the pole.


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Friday, February 5, 2010

Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games going down in History

The Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics are just days away and the local Vancouver weather is rather springy. A combination of rain and sunshine is making it difficult for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games organisers to maintain the all important "Poker face" After spending unknown amounts of bribe money on promoting Vancouver as the perfect location for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, VANOC officials are now spending the last of their "Contingency fund" on trucking snow in from not so near Manning Park. Yes, you read right, VANOC is now in the business of transporting snow. With the hundred of snow machines running 24/7, the 8 Degree Celsius temperatures and spring rainfall are doing nothing for demonstrating the forsight of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games Organizing Committee in selecting local ski hill, Cyprus Bowl, as the cherry spot for the Freestyle Mud Skiing competition.

The endless stream of VANOC blunders are about as welcome as free Heroin to the local protester community, who are planning their own set of Olympic events. Included in the slate of events for the Vancouver 2010 Protester games are:

1 - High Speed Bong toking
2 - Dodge the Transit police
3 - Rubber Trunchion pole vaulting
4 - Most creative protest sign
5 - Most damage caused to Taxpayer funded Olympic structure or monument
6 - Real Job Avoidance
7 - Surviving the Police Taser
8 - Jailhouse Paddy-cake

The winner of the Vancouver 2010 Protester Olympics will be determined in a court of law over some bogus civil liberties case.