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Dan’s Top5 Internet Finds (9/16)

Damn.  It’s Monday again.  There is nothing worse than Mondays.  Except AIDS.  Only AIDS is worse.   The best thing about AIDS though, is you can only get it once.   So there’s that.  Lots of random stuff this week.  Enjoy.  (Sorry if you have AIDS).

1. The Most Interesting Man in the World (well…at least South Africa)

2. It All Makes Sense Now

This proves that the world is run by reptilian humanoids (click the image to learn more about our masters).

3. HERO of the Week

Chinese ‘paranormalist’ arrested for exorcising a ‘haunted vagina’ with his penis

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He’s a HERO. That wasn’t a joke on the pronunciation of the word ‘hello,’ if that’s what you were thinking.

A MAN who claimed he could could use his penis to rid a woman of ghosts that had taken up residence in her vagina, was arrested in China after performing the “sexorcism” for which he charged $3,000.

Huang Jianjun was arrested in the Guangdong Province after he convinced A Xin (pronounced A-Shin, according to the news agency. No. Seriously.) that he could remove evil spirits from her vagina by having sexual intercourse. A day later, Xin reported the incident to the police, and Jianjun was promptly arrested.

Full story here.

4. Lots of Pics

For that stolen car feel:

Check out the title of this book:  “The Jewish-Japanese Sex & Cookbook and How to Raise Wolves”

Can’t imagine what the hell this book is about?  You’re in luck.  Somebody drew a good cover for it:

Things are getting serious between Russia and USA regarding Syria.  This pic should help ease tensions:

What exactly are we buying here???:

Well done, Wal-Mart employee:

5. Scientifically Accurate Cartoons!

You don’t need to be a fan of Ducktales to enjoy this clip but if you didn’t watch the Ducktales when you were young, you’re dead to me.  I’ll give you a pass if you aren’t between the ages of 28-35.  

There it is.  Another week, another Top5.  Thanks to friends who have been sending me stuff.  Luckily for me, I have a lot of “interesting” friends that like to post weird shit all the time on Facebook.  Have a nice week.

Love you!

-Dan

Dan Wiberg
Dan Wiberg lives in South Korea where he is a university "professor" and on and off stand up comic. He grew up enjoying the beautiful beaches of Tampa Bay, Florida. After graduating with a degree in anthropology (this degree legally allows him to tell racist jokes), he came across an internet ad to teach in Asian in 2009. He's been in Korea ever since. He started doing stand-up and his biggest credits to date are opening for Tom Rhodes and doing a three day comedy tour throughout Korea with his group of comedy pals (the Waygoonies). Dan says stuff on Twitter sometimes @DanWiberg.

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