A man died in St. Charles, Michigan after crashing his car into an abandoned home.
The crazy part is… well, its unsure whether or not the crash killed him or what happened right after the crash.
The home he hit hadn't had human residents for a while, but it technically wasn't fully abandoned… it was infested with bees.
How else are you supposed to deal with arachnids?
A West Seattle man accidentally burnt down his house when he was scared by a spider in his laundry room.
Apparently the man told fire officials he was trying to kill a spider in his laundry room with a can of spray paint and lighter.
WTF is wrong with people, at the very least the paint would ruin the room. If we could shake our heads any harder they'd fly off.
Kyle Moore with the Seattle Fire Department said:
We understand the basic human urge to throw food at cute animals, we all have it, we're all slaves to it.
But most of us are able to exercise control and not put ourselves in danger, no matter how tasty the treat or how cute the critter.
Though we guess an unidentified woman didn't get the memo.
This is appalling!!
A suspected arson attack on a farm in Northern Ireland did some serious structural damage but worst of all… It killed over 4,000 piggies!!
What sicko would do something like that??
The blazing inferno destroyed three
First off, we want you to know that the squirrel was already dead when it was set on fire. We hope.
Barbara Pellow, a Michigan woman, is being sued for over $2 MILLION because her boyfriend accidentally burnt down her apartment.
That's NUTS! (Squirrels!)
Her boyfriend apparently caught a squirrel on her third-story deck, and decided to cook and
When it comes to selfies, Kim Kardashian is queen.
There is no denying that she has worked out the perfect angles and perfect facial expressions to maximize her selfie's selfieness.
When taking a good selfie, other than nailing that perfect high angle, you need to stay away from too much pout — and if you can include a cool or unique object or thing in the background, all the better.
So when Kim met an elephant while vacationing in Thailand, she knew
When a Florida sheriff's deputy spotted an elderly bull fallen on its side in a river, she immediately sprung into action.
Deputy Christina Ammons dove into alligator infested water and held the bull's head above the surface until help arrived.
She had to wait for 45 minutes until