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Ew. Ew. Ew.
Glee star Matthew Morrison has been forced to move into a hotel after his home became infested with rats.
He told The Billy Bush Show,
"I came home and World War Iii broke out in my house. There was rat poop all over my house when I got home. I go upstairs (and) there was a huge rat in my bed. And like, poop and faeces all over my bed…
"I got home at like, 10pm on Sunday night and I had a 6am call on Glee on Monday, and it was just the worst night ever… I tried to catch the rat and he darted away. And I kind of cornered him in this thing… I thought he was dead on my bed.
"So… I put a bunch of plastic bags on my hand - I went to grab him and he just darted off… He was on the windowsill, kind of just eyeing me. We were playing cat and mouse - or Matt and rat, I guess.
"I got him, ran downstairs in my underwear, and threw him in this far away trash can. Came back, tried to sleep and I just couldn't. A half hour later, I hear something else… On my nightstand! I get up… I run over and turn the light on, and this big guy is on my nightstand and he jumps on my bed. They just love my bed!
"And he's looking at me like, 'What are you doing on my bed?' He's looking at me like I'm the a**hole."
Later Matt wised up and moved into a hotel.
Anyone looking to buy a home in the LA area can contact Matt at www.nasyrathouse/nicetrymatt.jk.
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Turns out energy drinks are as bad for mice as they are for you.
A Federal Way man has filed a lawsuit against the maker of Monster Energy Drinks. He claims he found a dead mouse at the bottom of his can, and he has the lab work to prove it.
"Anytime anyone talks about monster, I just get that sick feeling in my stomach,"
says Vitaliy Sulzhik, who didn't realize there was a mouse in his drink until he had finished it.
"I put it down and I felt it was still heavy. So I backwashed it and all this debris went into my mouth. Then I looked in the can and I saw the tip of the tail and I vomited everywhere."
It was a dead mouse inside the can.
X-rays and autopsies showed the mouse didn't suffer any trauma, like from a mouse trap, nor was it killed using poison. In other words, there were no signs the mouse was killed and then forced through the opening.
Hansen Beverage Company is aware of the findings, but still refuses to believe Sulzhik.
Are you seeing things, or is that a woman?
It is a woman, nose to snout, skin to skin, nude, with hundreds of 500-pound pigs grown in an industrial farming barn.
Artist Miru Kim is doing by placing herself in the midst of the pigs, in her series, The Pig That Therefore I Am.
Kim says the message behind her work is not specific,
"The images are meant to be poetic and open-ended for many interpretations. I would like for my images to evoke a visceral reaction from the viewers about the spaces (and creatures) that are usually forgotten from their daily lives. I went into these massive industrial hog farms and really felt with my entire body and skin how these environments were. The naked figure (I) in the photos gives an emotional focal point that directly relates to the viewer’s body. I am throwing a question for people to think about, rather than giving an answer or a definitive message. Where does your breakfast sausage come from? Have you interacted with a pig? What happened to our connection with animals in the last two hundred years?"
Visit Miru Kim's WEBSITE to see other photos from I Pig Therefore I Am.