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Krispy Kreme glaze looks a lot like meth, cops say

Be careful the next time you grab some doughnuts, it could land you in jail.

In Orlando, Florida, a 64-year-old man was pulled over and charged with possession of methamphetamine. Turned out to just be some glaze left over from a Krispy Kreme doughnut. At the time, cops thought it was a crystal, and some field tests found there was residue of illegal substances on the car’s dashboard. Weeks later, lab tests found there was nothing illicit at all. The only thing he was guilty of was a bi-weekly Krispy Kreme habit.,

So let the news go far and wide: Krispy Kreme puts meth in their doughnuts.

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Can’t sleep in Green Bay, clown will eat you

Green Bay's so bleak that this is as funny as it gets.
Green Bay’s so bleak that this is as funny as it gets.

So, we said some fairly harsh things about Philadelphia yesterday. While we won’t take a word of it back, it’s time to acknowledge that other terrible city with a green football team: Green Bay, Wisconsin. Say what you will about the citizens of Philadelphia, but at least one of them isn’t dressing as a clown and walking the streets at 2 a.m. with black balloons.

Despite repeated calls, the Green Bay Police Department can’t do anything about Gags, the clown in question — not until he eats a baby or something, anyway — because he hasn’t committed a crime.

Nobody is sure, yet, who he is or what he’s doing other than freaking the hell out of everyone. Nobody has apparently talked to him, opting instead to wet their pants, so we don’t even have a statement from Gags himself.

All we know is that it’s probably time to see if anyone knows where Tim Curry’s been lately.

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Plastic toys can’t pee on people anymore

Outrage culture has gone too far once again. And it’s no surprise this time it’s in the liberal bastion known as Tennessee.

A woman dining at a Japanese steak house was forced to endure being sprayed with water. During the performance, a cook reportedly sprayed the woman with a plastic toy resembling a boy pulling his pants down and peeing. The woman was offended by the water spray, and told authorities she felt sexually assaulted.

No arrests were made after the toy was found to not have a penis. Yes, that is true.

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Green foam closes Utah road, as foretold in Book of Mormon

Cleveland isn’t the only city invaded by a blob this summer. There’s something in the sewers of a Utah town and no one has any idea what it is. It’s so bad that roads have to be shut down.

In Bluffdale, Utah, officials closed a road after a green foam started oozing out of a storm drain. They don’t know what it is, or whether it is friendly or means us harm. State officials stressed that it is probably not algae.

So rest easy, Utes Utahans, that foam in your water supply could be supernatural for all we know.

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Chinese at war with the Colonel

Patriotism looks weird, whether directed at a KFC or a Dixie Chicks concert.
Patriotism looks weird, whether directed at a KFC or a Dixie Chicks concert.

It was only a matter of time before there would be casualties from China’s supervillain-esque plot to conquer the South China Sea by filling it in with dirt and cheap pharmacy toys. Of course, we don’t mean the fish and reef wildlife displaced, crushed and bleached to death — we’re at war with animals first and, last we checked, the Chinese are humans.

No, we’re aghast that — in response to a U.N. tribunal calling China’s artificial island program environmentally disastrous and, worse, not an legal means to claim more maritime territory — the Chinese people are lashing out at the two most American people they can: Apple and KFC. (Corporations are people, after all.)

Chinese demonstrators are smashing their iPhones (which their slave labor built) and boycotting KFC. In the Chinese patriots’ defense, though, the Colonel’s creepy, smiling portrait is the closest thing the U.S. has to a military presence in their country.

And, really, they’re not wrong. If fried chicken doesn’t represent the U.S., then what does? It’s just a little weird to us Americans because we don’t rage at any fast food restaurant until they issue an opinion on homosexuality.

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Bacon: The tastiest weapon of all

Bacon has enjoyed a long reign. Countless memes sing its praises online, and it keeps getting added to different foods. It’s the pumpkin spice of the meat world. Here in the U.S., it kills people slowly. But did you know it can also be a more immediate weapon?

In England, an 86-year-old woman was doing some grocery shopping when, according to authorities, a younger woman stopped her and demanded her money. The old woman took a packet of bacon and struck the would-be thief, scaring her off.

We should mention that guns aren’t allowed over there, so citizens have to get creative when it comes to self-defense.

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U.K. adult film actress denies she is new prime minister

Things have gone a bit sideways in the U.K. lately. First, the tinfoil hat crowd voted the country out of the EU, then the mayor of London, the male British equivalent of Sarah Palin, was made foreign secretary. Worst of all, an adult film star may be the new prime minister.

Theresa May was just made the prime minister of the United Kingdom of England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Narnia. But a lot of people don’t know how to spell her first name. This has led to British porn star Teresa May adamantly refuting reports that she now runs the country.

But we all know “Teresa May” isn’t her real name. It’s probably Theresa May.

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Shave and a haircut: 10,000 bits

It costs $11,000 a month to maintain Bruce Willis circa 1992 hair.

French media discovered that President François Hollande spends nearly €10,000 to keep his hairdresser around. Hollande’s spokesperson, Stephane Le Foll, said that this is to help preserve the hairdresser’s income since he had to “abandon his salon” and often accompanies the French president on trips abroad.

See? This is a prime example of how differently socialism can play out in different societies. In France, hair is a right that is distributed from each according to his ability to each according to his needs. And Hollande, as someone who lacks ability to grow his all the way to his forehead needs more hair care, lest he look like Hulk Hogan.

French media’s handling of this story, which they’re calling “Coiffeurgate” proves one thing: by adding “-gate” to any minor issue of presidential peccadillos, they’re ready to hang with the Big Dawgs of western journalism.

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Pokemon Go to hell

There’s a major problem in society today. Normally, The Guys try to stay away from politics, because unlike other blogs, we know we’re just making stuff up. But this problem is so big, and such a threat to the future of the U.S., we need to make a stand. The problem of course is Pokemon Go.

Last week, the augmented reality smartphone game by Nintendo was released, and people who alternate between trying to relive their childhoods and complaining about the ruining of their childhoods could not have been happier. Across the US, people discovered what their legs are for, and it predictably went horribly wrong. Many Pokemon Go players are reporting injuries from walking around in the real world and not watching where they are going. Some reports say the game was used to rob people. Also, the game has turned the National Sept. 11 Memorial in New York into a hot spot for the game.

This game is stupid, hurtful and dangerous. Undoubtedly, it will enjoy great success in America.

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One second to madness and joy

Leap Dave Williams will only appear in a single frame flash like Tyler Durden in Fight Club.
Leap Dave Williams will only appear in a single frame flash like penises in Fight Club.

This year saw the return of the Leap Day and, with it, one day to live without consequences or regrets. (Unless, of course, you got engaged to that guy who wouldn’t ask you, ladies.) It’s a day of celebration, especially for people in their late twenties/early thirties who officially turned four-years-old on Feb. 29th. And now we’re also getting an extra second of New Years Eve!

To correct for the Earth’s slowing rotation, scientists will add one second to the tail end of Dec. 31, meaning the New Year won’t begin until immediately after 11:59:60.

Remember: anything that happens at Leap Second doesn’t count. Reality’s for 12:00:00, Jan. 1, 2016.