Slicing Below the Belt
Thursday, two boys in Kenya had their penises reconstructed after they were brutally attacked by strangers.
According to Doctor Pedro Cavadas, the reason for the mutilation was so that the penises could be used to make an anti-HIV/AIDS potion that is used by some of the locals.
A typo in the British Columbian phone book is sending callers to a toll-free sex hotline rather then the highway control that they had wanted in the first place.
"Can you imagine if my name had been Mungo Bush?" the president joked Friday when a British reporter asked him to autograph a book for his son, Mungo. Bush seemed amused by the name.
In Chino, California there is a strange new business loose to the public: Rent-a-Midget. Said one of the co-owners, Chris Fetter, "We make almost nothing off the events we do. We just do it because it's fun."
An un-named univeristy in Rome, Italy is offering to its students the newest in theological-themed classes: Satanism. This development is part of the same effort as the events in 1999, when the Vatican officially updated its guidelines for exorcism in an effort to convince the public that the devil is alive and very, very well.
The latest fight for gay couples' rights was not fought on the streets of San Fransisco and did not create a national uproar. Three allegedly gay penguin couples were the subject of concerned officials at the Bremerhaven Zoo in Germany. The zoo's directer, Heike Kueck, said the main issue was that the species of the penguins is endangered and they were worried about potential mating losses.
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