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Wake N’ Blog: Naked Couple Busted By Police While Looking For Dog Who They Fed LSD

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• Make that an LSD gummy worm. That makes it better, right? The couple in question were high on weed, dropping acid and drunk when they decided to give their pet Dachshund LSD. The dog took off, which left the spaced-out duo little choice but to run naked — well, the guy was totally nude and the woman was naked from the waist up — through the streets in their neighborhood. After police were called, they visited the couple’s house. They were still naked and quite upset. While the police were still at the household, the man’s mother and brother showed up with Oscar, the pet Dachshund. The two had been bitten by tripped-out Oscar and required medical treatment. Oh yeah, did I mention that Oscar had been hit by a car and later died? Yeah. Great story. [msnbc]

• In case you missed it, the Muppets made an appearance on WWE Raw the other night. [Off the Bench]

• Could Frank McCourt be ready to sell the Dodgers soon question mark? [Big League Stew]

• Eric Mangini said that his most stressful time as Browns coach was when defensive coordinator Rob Ryan would speak to the media. I can see that. [Larry Brown Sports]

• Five NFL teams who need to embrace the throwback look immediately. [Shutdown Corner]

• Here’s some video of Chris Paul and his family making an appearance on Family Feud. [Busted Coverage]

• Rangers coach John Tortorella had some fiery words for Joe Thornton regarding how Thornton ripped his squad. [Puck Daddy]

• Some genius on Twitter organized a public vigil for the demise of the Humphries-Kardashian wedding. [With Leather]

• Awesome: LOLNFL for Week 8. [Kissing Suzy Kolber]

• The Pizza Hut Fantasy Football Guy is getting frustrated with Reggie Bush. [Sports Pickle]

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