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He bought a bunch eh? That makes sense; he got his underbritches in a bunch.

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Lol

He's a New Democrat. Cut him some slack......

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Reuters-Ottawa

Here is one politician who kept it brief.

A Canadian lawmaker has revealed he left a vote in the national parliament because he was wearing too tight underwear, reports the BBC.

Pat Martin said the cut-price, tight briefs were "too small" for him and made it impossible to sit through the vote.

Martin told the Parliament's speaker though that he could not stay through the whole thing.

"They had men's underwear on for half price and I bought a bunch that was clearly too small for me. I find it difficult to sit for any length of time."

HIs explanation drew laughter - and some applause.

The vote was being carried out on a one-by-one basis.

The speaker initially ordered him to sit down when he made to leave, but he was eventually allowed out of the parliament chamber, presumably to change his underwear.

"I did not understand his explanation at the time and I am not sure I understand it now," said the speaker.

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"The meat appeared to be beef, but two locals who tasted it stated that it tasted like mutton, venison, or lamb."

Who the hell would pick up random pieces of something and taste it?

#1 Unh, what's that? #2: Unh, dunno. Look like dog shit. #1: Enh? Feel. #2: Unh, feel like dog shit. #1: Smell. #2: HUH? #1: SMELL! #2: Unh, smell like dog shit. #1: Taste. #2: Taste??? #1: Taste!

(tasting sounds)

#2: Unh, taste like dog shit. #1: Must be dog shit. Good thing we no step in it

- Cheech & Chong

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That's awesome. I love oddball stories like this.

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Yep that story will keep me out of Kentucky for forever now.

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Kentucky meat shower

The Kentucky meat shower was an incident where large chunks of red meat fell from the sky in a 100 by 50 yard area near Rankin, Bath County, Kentucky, for a period of several minutes on March 23, 1876. The phenomenon was reported by the New York Times and several other publications at the time

The meat appeared to be beef, but two locals who tasted it stated that it tasted like mutton, venison, or lamb.

Initially, the "meat" was identified by a Mr. Leopold Brandeis writing in the Sanitarian as Nostoc, which he described as a type of vegetable matter. When Brandeis passed the meat sample to the Newark Scientific Association for further analysis, this led to a letter from Dr. Allan McLane Hamilton appearing in the publication Medical Record stating that the meat had been identified as lung tissue from either a horse or a human infant ("the structure of the organ in these two cases being very similar.") The makeup of this sample was backed up by further analysis, with two samples of the meat being identified as lung tissue, three samples were of muscle tissue, and two of cartilage.

Out of the many theories for an explanation of this phenomenon, the most likely appears to be that a large pack of buzzards flew over the area after having eaten a couple of freshly dead horses, and when one of them spontaneously disgorged itself, all the others (as apparently is customary amongst buzzards) followed suit

~eww so sayeth rabbit~

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Well whoodathunk that cheese is such a hot commodity:

huffingtonpost.c om/2011/10/22/cheese-most-stolen-food_n_1024309.html

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Living in wine country its the same with the wine...thousands for some bottles..grapes that taste like chocolate....lol its funny how effective the marketing is.

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It's pretty hard to find a good Serbian donkey's milk cheese these days, but there's no way I'm spending that kind of money for a Wisconsin cheddar that's 20 years old. What the hell did they do- just find those blocks behind some bad cheese curds? I didn't think cheddar was aged 20 years.

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