1) Maybe it is time for this guy to stop having such “great” ideas. Obvioulsy they aren’t that great.
2) Brenda was never good at following directions.
3) “Officer, it wasn’t me. Trust me. I’m not lying.”
4) On the back of the shirt it says, “…Drunks go to jail.”
5) “Officer, I am not wanted! Im just a huge fan of the show! It is hard to tell, but the tattoo on my neck is John Walsh’s face.”
6) Sometimes “sorry” just don’t cut it (The T-shirt says, “I would like to apologize in advance for my behavior tonight.”)
8) I can’t say that you are a terrible role model in all aspects of life. But when it comes to drugs, alcohol and getting dressed, your role modeling skills could use some work.
9) Arresting Officer: “Jerry? Is that you? I almost didn’t recognize you! Your responsible adult disguise is so convincing! Man are you looking responsible these days. It must be the mustache. Yup. That’s it.”
10) The shirt is cut off in the picture, but I’m guessing the bottom half says, “most of the time.”
For more worst of the worst, continue reading after the jump:
I’m not really sure what exactly this guy’s tattoo is referring to. What exactly is it that the ladies love? Everything? The tattoo itself? Your upper lip? It is impressive, that is undeniable. I’m assuming that this is referring to all ladies. Not just a few here and there, but every female in the world. It also appears that he has a couple sets of lips tattooed on his face and neck. I’m guessing the lip tats are an indication of, or in tribute to, the continued adoration this gentleman receives from the “ladies”.
If every great idea you have gets you into trouble, maybe you should start having some bad ideas. Some really bad ideas I would recommend are reading, planting a garden, volunteering or even baking a cake.
No bueno. Liability? At a Jaegermeister promo pool party in Mexico, someone had the brilliant idea to pour buckets of liquid nitrogen into the pool to create a smoke effect. While mixing the nitrogen with water did in fact create a nice smoke effect, when the nitrogen mixed with the chlorine it created a toxic cloud. The cloud put one person in a comma and sent eight others to the hospital.
Does Superman have a legal duty to rescue people? (ABA Journal)
Not only is this mugshot…Interesting… But the story to go along with it is just as good:
Does this look like the mug of a man who would try to kidnap a 10-year-old-boy? I know, I couldn’t believe it either. He is also a known gang member. When a 10-year-old boy was walking to The 425- pound man lured the boy close enough to grab him. The boy got away and ran to his soccer coach. The coach tracked down the quarter-ton criminal, “He tried to leave and that’s when I tackled him down.” The soccer coach said, “I’m a parent, I worry about my kids, and I thought that I had to do something.”
Well apparently, at least one part of the three step process to “out run a cop” is flawed.
NASCAR driver Jason Leffler dies in a crash at a dirt car racing event (WOKV Jacksonville)
Lawyer gets 3-years for shooting at US Census worker (ABA Journal)
Nothing screams I am innocent, I swear like a shirt that says, “Trust me I’m a liar”
**BONUS MUG SHOT***
This man was arrested for stabbing his roommate 10 times for touching his radio… From the picture alone, I can’t believe it!!!
A “Flop” is when a player intentionally falls over with little to no physichal contact from opposing players, with the intention of drawing a foul. Because flopping is deceiving and dishonest, flopping is generally considered to be unsportsmanlike, and in my opinion, soft. Regardless, many players are well practiced in the art of flopping. This includes some of the world’s top athletes. Flopping is often associated with basketball and soccer. However, there are several differences between basketball flops and soccer flops. The top two being how players react to their own flop (the actual flop itself) and how the sport handles such behavior.
In soccer the flop is so flamboyant I can’t even watch it anymore. Basketball players flop, and it is annoying, childish and in poor taste. However, when basketball players flop, they get right back up and continue playing. Soccer players on the other hand (at least a majority of them) follow up their flops by rolling around on the ground, clutching their shins in the fetal position, screaming, kicking and flailing before finally deciding that they are in fact perfectly fine, hop up, and start sprinting around. It is embarrassing and hard to watch. There are people who break bones and lose limbs that have less of a reaction to their injury. I can not and will not watch soccer games until something is done regarding the attention seeking and humiliating soccer flop. It is comparable to a two-year-old who falls over, looks around and begins screaming and crying until their mother runs to console them. As soon as the parent tends to the child, the child stops crying. This is the exact mentality of soccer players. Kick and scream until a referee acknowledges their pain.
Chad Johnson, formerly known as Chad OchoCinco, was sentenced to 30 days in jail for violating the terms of his probation. The six-time NFL All-Star was requesting community service and anger management classes as a plea agreement. However, Johnson’s luck took a turn for the worse. The judge asked Johnson if he was pleased with his attorney, Adam Swickle. Johnson responded by slapping Swickle on the butt, which drew laughter from the onlookers. The judge was not pleased. She criticized Johnson for his behavior, gave him 30-days in jail and added three months to his probation.
Johnson responded by tweeting, “Love me through the good and the bad because I’m gone love you regardless… See you in 30.”
“It wasn’t me!”