A whooper of a tip for all you homosexual waiters out there

Ever feel greedy and want to tear down your waiter while keeping that 18 to 20% tip lodged in your wallet? Well this is what you can write, verbatim, on the back of your next bill when the waiter seems to be homosexual!

“Thank you for your service, it was excellent. That being said, we cannot in good conscience tip you, for your homosexual lifestyle is an affront to GOD. (Homosexual slur) do not share in the wealth of GOD, and you will not share in ours,” the customer wrote. “We hope you will see the tip your (homosexual slur) choices made you lose out on, and plan accordingly. It is never too late for GOD’s love, but none shall be spared for (homosexual slur). May GOD have mercy on you.”

If this is love, baby, you can keep it.

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The next big revolution should be against shrinking airplane seats!

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Airlines’ push to lure high-paying fliers with flatbed business seats and premium economy loungers is leaving economy-class passengers with less space.

No, you’re not going crazy: airline seats really are getting smaller. For airlines, the reason is simple: the lighter and smaller models cut costs and widen profits.

Holiday travelers are skipping the cold this season and making a beeline for the beach, prompting a rise in airfare to places like Florida and Cancun. The Middle Seat columnist Scott McCartney joins Lunch Break. Photo: Getty Images.

A push over the past decade by carriers to expand higher-fare sections has shrunk the area devoted to coach on many big jetliners. But airlines don’t want to drop passengers. So first airlines slimmed seats to add more rows.

Now, big carriers including AMR Corp.’s AAMRQ +2.17% American Airlines, Air Canada, AC.B.T +0.57% Air France-KLM SA AF.FR -1.76% and Dubai’s Emirates Airline are cutting shoulder space by wedging an extra seat into each coach row. That shift is bringing the short-haul standard to long-haul flying.

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Seen at TYWKIWDBI, Airplane seats are shrinking. Are you?

PopSci: What Makes A Boomerang Come Back?

The boomerang is one of humanity’s oldest heavier-than-air flying inventions. King Tutankhamen, who lived during the 14th century BC, owned an extensive collection, and aboriginal Australians used boomerangs in hunting and warfare at least as far back as 10,000 years ago. The world’s oldest boomerang, discovered in Poland’s Carpathian Mountains, is estimated to be more than 20,000 years old.

‘When the boomerang spins, one wing moves through the air faster than the other’

Anthropologists theorize that the first boomerangs were heavy projectile objects thrown by hunters to bludgeon a target with speed and accuracy. They were most likely made out of flattened sticks or animal tusks, and weren’t intended to return to their thrower—that is, until someone unknowingly carved the weapon into just the right shape needed for it to spin. A happy accident, huh?

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This is how a conversation should reach frenzy

This interview with Russell Brand has been circulating. I can’t agree with everything Brand is piping out of his facehole, but I admire the matched wit and the ability to reach a fever pitch without losing his temper.

When I get into heated conversations, I lose my cool. And I use “asshole” long before using $0.03 words.

Brand, as it seems to me, has a master hold on crafting sentences on the fly. I love it.