Jon And Chantel

Choose the News | December 19th

A Hunter Mistakes a Guy for Bigfoot and Fires Multiple Shots at Him

A 27-year-old guy from Helena, Montana called the cops on Monday to report that he’d been SHOT at.

The guy was setting up some targets to shoot in the foothills, when suddenly, a bullet whizzed past him . . . then another, and then more as he hid for cover.

And he says he confronted the shooter, who told him he shot because the guy wasn’t wearing orange and he, quote, “thought he was Bigfoot.”

That’s bad for both guys.  For the guy who got shot at, it CAN’T be good to know you resemble Bigfoot enough to DRAW FIRE.  And for the guy who did the shooting . . . really, you thought you saw Bigfoot and your first instinct was, “Shoot, I gotta kill him”?

Anyway, the Bigfoot guy said he didn’t want to press charges, so the cops aren’t trying to track down the shooter.

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Man Cancels Head Transplant After Falling In Love

The Sun claims a wheelchair-bound Russian man recently changed his mind about undergoing the world’s first head transplant. Valery Spiridonov was scheduled to have his head surgically attached to a new body by a doctor in China. After moving to America to further his education, he unexpectedly met the love of his life. They married and had a “miracle baby.” Valery now doubts that his controversial doctor would have successfully performed a transplant.

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Christmas Day Survey

A new survey by Duracell reveals that kids will say “I’m bored” at least twice on Xmas Day. Other findings:

– parents will spend an average of 41 minutes trying to get their new toys to work

– the average family will open 30 gifts on Xmas Day

– 52% of families will forget to buy new batteries for toys

– families will spend an average of 1 hour, 31 minutes playing board games on Xmas Day

– top board games

1. Monopoly

2. Trivial Pursuit

3. Scrabble

4. Clue

5. Pictionary

 



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