Because this is necessary, apparently. On July 17, members of the Canadian Foreskin Awareness Project (or CAN-FAP for short, which is just too amazing) say they plan to rally outside of B.C. Place Stadium to show their support for Harry Styles, who allegedly refused to get circumcised. That all stems back to a story written in 2013 by the National Enquirer, which reported that Styles and singer Taylor Swift broke up because she wanted him to get the snip and he refused. The tabloid didn’t identify its source and neither celebrity has confirmed the allegations. But hey, the group still says they’ll be there!
“Gimme all the cheese or everyone gets it!” A giant mouse is being sought in connection to a robbery in Barrie, ON. Surveillance footage, which has since gone viral, shows the mouse-headed man enter the store and walk straight up to the counter while brandishing a knife. The clerk is seen quickly handing over the cash before the culprit flees, ditching the giant mask behind the store. But police say they have the perfect mousetrap for this guy. “It’s a nice big cage with steel bars,” Barrie police Det. Brett Haynes reportedly said. “Hopefully we catch this rat.”
Well it looks like we all got catfished…by a catfish. The most dedicated Loch Ness Monster hunter in the world has finally given up on his search, saying the prehistoric monster is nothing more than an oversized fish. Steve Feltham, who sacrificed his girlfriend, house and job to start searching for the beast in 1991, says the long-bodied creatures people keep supposedly spotting are actually Wels catfish, which can grow up to 13 ft. long. Even though that might seem like a disappointing end to a 24-year search, Feltham said he doesn’t regret it.
Now that’s a man of good taste! French-Canadian artist Rosalie Maheux is part of a group of artists under 30 years old that are allowed to display their works in the John B. Aird gallery in the lobby of an Ontario government office in Toronto. Recently, she brought in what appeared to be an interesting mosaic. At least, that’s what it looks like from afar. Upon closer inspection, you can see that the image is actually composed of many, many hardcore pornographic images. The Conservative party says the picture should be taken down, while Maheux defended it, saying it was meant to be a feminist comment that was beautiful from afar but jarring up close. Zoom in if you dare:
— Artagram (@Artagram_) July 17, 2015
Apparently there’s a business called MommyMilk Creations that, for a small cost, will turn breast milk into jewelry. Why people would want such products, we have no idea. But many of the customers who purchased breast milk jewelry are coming forward, saying they still haven’t received their products even after sending in a supply of milk two years ago. They say invoices show the company has processed the payments, but the owner is no longer answering their calls or emails. Only one formal complaint has been filed against MommyMilk in the past, and it was thrown out once the complainant received the item.