Wednesday, July 17, 2013

WTF Wednesday

How fast the weeks fly by!  It's What the F*ck Wednesday again, in the blink of an eye!  That's the day when I share with you those news items that cause me to scratch my head and ask myself, "What the f*ck???"

Ashley Madison

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The above is copied and pasted directly from the Ashley Madison website.  I'm not sure what this world is coming to when there's an internet website specifically for helping married people cheat.
Their motto is:  Life is short; have an affair."  For a monthly fee, you can find people in your area who want to commit adultery with you.  

It sort of a "" for husbands and wives who don't believe in fidelity.  I'm not a terribly religious person, but I do take my marriage vow seriously, and this whole concept makes me feel nauseous....especially when they brag that they have over 20,000,000 members!



This is a website in response to Ashley Madison, I guess.   You are invited to post a photo of your cheating mate and tell your story.  If you are wondering if your significant other is a cheat, you can enter his or her name and do a search.  If their name and photo turn up, someone has reported them as a philandering phool.

Their motto is :  Don't be the last to know!

Would you post your story on this site if you'd been wronged?  The director of the site claims he's saving people from broken hearts.


" Udder " Disaster

By now you've heard about the man in Brazil who died after a 3,000 pound cow fell through the roof of his house, landing on top of him in his bed, narrowly missing his wife.   The sad part is, it wasn't the cow that killed him, his family said.  He died in the local hospital emergency room having bled to death of internal injuries while waiting for treatment.  His wife and the cow survived.

At first I thought this might have been a tragic outcome of "cow tipping," but apparently, the bovine boarded the bedroom roof from a small hill very close to the house.  The hospital disagrees with the family, denying culpability for the corpse, but I think the family may have a legitimate beef.


A Low Blow!
A man in Israel was rushed to the hospital last week when a snake hiding in his toilet jumped at him when he was about to relieve himself and bit him -- yep!  Snake jaws on his junk!  Doctors say he was fortunate that the snake was not poisonous as Israel has many dangerous species and he survived without serious injury.

He was bitten on his penis by a snake!  He's lucky????   What do they consider BAD luck??


Enough head-scratching for today!



River said...

Gives a whole new meaning to trouser snake...

As for that cheating website.."you can find people in your area..."
In YOUR area??? wouldn't that make things a little awkward if everybody bumped into everybody else at the supermarket?

Anyway, I agree with you, my marriage vows meant a lot to me, I never cheated.

Brian Miller said...

20 million users...ugh...this though is what the world is coming to...i wonder if you have to get a waiver signed by your spouse? um, probably not....

The Dose of Reality said...

WOW. Both sites just make me sad. What is this world coming to anyway??!! UGH.

Eva Gallant said...

River: I'd forgotten the term, trouser snake! It is pretty disgusting (ashley madison)

Brian: They advertise absolute discretion!

DoseofReality: I know. It's really upsetting.

Stephen Hayes said...

Bitten on the penis by a snake and calling it good luck? No way, Jose!

Tamara Camera said...

Oh. My. All of it. The infidelity website is so disturbing. I would never cheat but I always thought that for people who do, an irresistible opportunity presented itself and they felt conflicted. (at least I hope) I would never think you'd have to look to find someone to cheat with. Sick!!

Eva Gallant said...

Stephen: I see we are on the same page when it comes to a definition of lucky!

Tamera: I agree....very sick!

fishducky said...

I get junk emails from Ashley Madison--do you suppose my husband gave them my name? Probably not--I also get ads for Viagra.

If the snake guy was REALLY lucky, there wouldn't have been a snake there in the first place!!

Pat said...

It's a crazy world out there! I wonder how many cheating husbands and wives find their spouses on the website, too.

A Beer For The Shower said...

We did a post on Ashley Madison before, and we actually looked at the site to get some background information. Ugh. User profiles have little buttons that other users can "vote up" like "better in person," "good in bed," stuff like that. So yeah, who wouldn't want some cheater that has +23 from 23 different users in "great in the sack"?


Michelle Nahom said...

All bizarre! Don't get the cheating thing at all - what is wrong with society?!