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May 18th, 2008 at 7:22 am

Top 10 Photos of the Week

Top 10 Photos of the Week

He tried incredibly hard to fit in, but “Whacky Wang”, as he was known to his friends,
never understood why he kept hearing the sound of the ocean where ever he went

The one word that least describes this weeks top 10 photos is “charming”. In fact, there aren’t any words that really do describe this craziness, …well, except the word “craziness”.

 

Top 10 Photos of the Week

The bathroom computer seemed like it would be more useful than it actually was.
Eventually a small electrical spark turned the hairspray into a flamethrower and
once again burned down the entire city of Chicago

 

 

Top 10 Photos of the Week

This was a breed of animal that tended to spray a lot.
Their mating rituals were extremely messy

 

 

Top 10 Photos of the Week

The lamp guy was often accused of not being very bright, but he was relentless
in trying to look better than he actually was

 

 

Top 10 Photos of the Week

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Once the dowry has been paid, she can pretty much do with you as she pleases

 

 

Top 10 Photos of the Week

Most of us invariably choose more door than we need

 

 

Top 10 Photos of the Week

Dr Williams was determined to become Department Chair and was hoping the
unusual antics would help his cause

 

 

Top 10 Photos of the Week

Although it later became known as the managé trois painting, in reality
it was just created by a blind monkey playing around on a computer

 

 

Top 10 Photos of the Week

Three nails – 27 cents. Bending nails and welding them – 54 cents.
Selling it at Chisties Auction House for $1 million, …well, that was worth $1 million

 

 

Top 10 Photos of the Week

It became known as the great bicycle protest, but no one really
understood what they were protesting

 

 

Top 10 Photos of the Week

Maxwell performed his dangling snakes-from-the-mouth routine for 23 years until
the snakes finally unionized and he could no longer afford to keep them employed

 

 

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Still believing the rail industry had a future, Dwight kept inventing increasingly
sophisticated rail cars, but his neighbors were relieved
when he finally died of a million paper cuts

 

 

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Today it was Howard that drew the short straw and had to man the roller

 

 

Top 10 Photos of the Week

As most of you can imagine, robot sex is very noisy – squeaky and clanky…

 

 

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…the biology of it has never been explained very well…

 

 

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…and it produces some of the most unusual offspring

 

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