Posted Tuesday, January 22nd 2013 @ 2pm
A Guy Posts a Photo on Facebook and Says If It Gets One Million Likes, His Hot Female Friend Will Have Sex With Him:
20-year-old Petter Kverneng of Norway posted a photo on Facebook with a DIFFERENT plea for one million Likes.
In the photo, Petter is posing with a girl named Catherine Johansen, who he says was his "high school crush." And Petter is holding up a sign that says if the photo gets one million Likes, Catherine WILL HAVE SEX WITH HIM.
The photo went viral almost immediately, and SKYROCKETED past one million Likes by Friday. But, for some reason, the idiots over at Facebook yanked it down. If they hadn't, it'd probably be at 10 million Likes by now.
There's no word on whether Catherine has made good on her promise yet.
Five People Were Accidentally Shot at Gun Shows on Gun Appreciation Day:
Saturday was named Gun Appreciation Day by . . . we're not sure exactly. Not by the NRA. Just by general gun fans. And as part of the celebration, there were gun shows all over the country. And, naturally, a bunch of people accidentally got SHOT.
At the Dixie Gun and Knife Show in Raleigh, North Carolina, a guy was taking a 12-gauge shotgun out of a case when it went off. Two people were shot in the hand, and one took a shot to the torso. All three survived.
Up in Ohio, at the Medina County Gun Show, a dealer was examining a semi-automatic handgun he'd just bought when he accidentally pulled the trigger . . . and shot a man nearby in the leg and the arm. There's no word on his condition.
And in Indianapolis, at the Indy 1,500 Gun and Knife Show, a man was loading his new .45-caliber semi-automatic gun into his car and accidentally shot himself in the hand.
So that's five people accidentally shot at gun shows on Gun Appreciation Day. Will that make them appreciate guns any less?