Suddenly, while the biggest elephant was having a drink it started thrashing its truck. A crocodile had taken a direct bite onto the trunk, most likely mistaking it for a snake.
The elephant instantly threw its trunk up with so much force, the crocodile flew into the air for a moment. After it finally released, the elephant made sure to give it a few good stompings.
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With the presidential election now less than six weeks away, it’s more important than ever for Mitt Romney to show Americans why he deserves to be the next President of the United States. Romney still seems to be struggling somewhat with selling himself, but he’s got plenty of supporters willing to pitch in. Conservatives eagerly stepped up to share their reasons for supporting Mitt Romney for president:
#ImWithMitt because when I want to solve a problem, I don't call a community organizer.
— JW Paine (@PirateBallerina) September 26, 2012
#imwithmitt because I refuse to accept 8%+ unemployment, declining incomes, anemic growth, and out-of-control debt as the new normal.
— Ken Gardner (@kesgardner) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because free stuff is too expensive.
— The Morning Spew (@TheMorningSpew) September 26, 2012
— RDPinRVA (@UVApolitics87) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because America is better than the last four years. Washington is broken. Romney is a turnaround artist. It's what we need.
— RB (@RBPundit) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because we don't need a pop culture icon for a president: we need a LEADER.
— Katie Johnson (@kjon) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because I flat-out don't trust Obama to keep America safe.
— Donna Lynn (@ProudlyWeHail) September 26, 2012
Lefties and Obama sycophants (but we repeat ourselves) attempted a hashtag hijacking, being sure to remind us all that Mitt Romney is rich, hates women, and looks down on minorities:
— TheNewDeal (@TheNewDeal) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because I wasn't around in 1929 and would love to see what the conditions were like.
— Republican Problems. (@RepublicanProbl) September 26, 2012
TOP TWEET IN ALABAMA: " #ImWithMitt because all the Founders were white."
— Top Conservative Cat (@TeaPartyCat) September 26, 2012
— JustABrick (@JustABrick) September 26, 2012
— Miss Tattoo (@CurvesnTattoos) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt Because I hate poor people too. Who are they trying to be NORMAL? And go to COLLEGE?
— Meme Lord 420 (@ZhouChauster) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because I want someone who represents ME: a rich, angry, homophobic, woman-hating racist. Is that too much to ask?
— Anna Noelle (@hipsterblitz) September 26, 2012
Oh, and psssssst! He’s also a Mormon!
#ImWithMitt because I would like to be in the first space flight to the planet Kolob.
— Steve Karol (@SteveKarol) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because he has nice hair & magic underwear.
— Dykstra Dame (@DykstraDame) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt To try a larger size of Magic Mormon Underwear because he walks like they're causing testicular torsion.
— AC (@Abhinary) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because vaginas are out of control, gays are going to hell and I believe in magic underwear.
— Alec Mapa (@AlecMapa) September 26, 2012
How charming and creative! But really, they should know by now. Leave the political hashtags to the professionals.
#ImWithMitt now more than ever after seeing the pure ignorance of the Obots tweeting on this hashtag.
— RB (@RBPundit) September 26, 2012
No kidding. The Obamabots response would be laughable if it weren’t so desperate and pathetic. In the face of liberal stupidity, conservatives dug in their heels and doubled down on their Romney appreciation:
#ImWithMitt because I miss the free and prosperous America I grew up in and want it back
— M Helm (@1Bunny4T) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because he won't make you apologize for success.
— Believe IN America (@We_Decide2012) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because I don't believe I am entitled to free health care, free housing, free food… free money
— Casie Williams (@Casie_Jane) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because fixing the economy is more important than booking talk shows
— Insert Next Crisis (@AndrewDeikel) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because Obama has had 4 years to show us what he can do. And he didn't do shit.
— Kassi Kellogg (@kassikellogg) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because I think Bibi Netanyahu is more important than Dave Letterman.
— Leah (@oooitsleah) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because Obama will turn the US into GREECE.
— RightWorld (@foxxumekk) September 26, 2012
#ImWithMitt because he doesn't apologize for America
— David Molesevich (@dmolesevich) September 26, 2012
#imwithmitt because candidate Obama isn't up to the job
— John Smith (@atempdog) September 26, 2012
#imwithmitt Because I want cap and trade dead and buried.
— Norma Connors (@NormaConnors) September 26, 2012
— Austin Miller (@AMILLERx29) September 26, 2012
— BossyBee (@NoKoolAide) September 26, 2012
— Adam Johnson (@whads) September 26, 2012
So, Twitchy readers, why are you with Mitt?
An earthquake hit Northern Italy early this morning. Fatalities are reported, with many injured.
Rescue crews are searching for survivors in Northern Italy — a 5.9 magnitude quake rocked the area early this morning.
— Emily Riemer (@EmilyWCVB) May 20, 2012
— Il Palazzone (@ilpalazzone) May 20, 2012
More pictures from the scene.
— Giacomo Monari (@Arsenico13) May 20, 2012
(Translation: With another shock like this, this tower probably would not hold.)
— Robyberta Smilemaker (@Robyberta) May 20, 2012
@ObsessionSweet sono dei cretini, 6 morti e 50 feriti, + di 200 gli sfollati e stanno evacuando ospedali e centri urbani!
— Robyberta Smilemaker (@Robyberta) May 20, 2012
(Translation: are cretins, 6 dead and 50 wounded, 200 + evacuees and are evacuating hospitals and urban centers!)
Twitchy will monitor the tragic situation and will update as more news comes in.
Update: Reports from the scene; our thoughts and prayers are with Italy.
Non dormivo ,dal primo piano sono sceso volando sulle scale che tremavano , Scalzo e al buio , la paura di morire è devastante . #terremoto
— Daniele Cosenza (@DnlCsn) May 20, 2012
(Translation: I was not sleeping, the first floor are flying down the stairs trembling, Barefoot in the dark, fear of dying is devastating.)
— Pietro Ferro (@pietro_ferro) May 20, 2012
(Translation: A portion of the shed ‘Ceramics St. Augustine’)
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This is the scariest thing I've seen all day.
Click here to see the most recent trailer from Great Gatsby equipped with Beyonce and Lana Del Ray music. It's a little all over the place for my taste but what betch wouldn't want to see a movie about parties, drinking, and rich people?
Speaking of Beyonce, here's the lastest commercial she did for Pepsi where she actually drinkings REGULAR PEPSI. Gross. Give it up Pepsi, you will never be diet coke.
Google does not disappoint.
1. “I googled sassy bird and was not disappointed”
2. “I googled rad cat and I was not disappointed”
3. “Google image searches for ‘woman riding man’”
4. “Shakespeare wearing cool sunglasses”
5. “I don’t know what I expected when I googled ‘hideous nipple’ but it wasn’t this.”
6. “So I typed in ‘black history moth’ instead of ‘black history month’ and discovered this gem”
7. “My officemates and I were arguing about the difference between a mouse and a rat so I googled it”
8. “I googled ‘powerful dog’ and now I’m screaming. This is too much power. Someone stop this dog.”
9. “I googled ‘fat birdies’ and found magic.”
10. “Sexy pictures of advil”
OK *technically* this isn’t a google search but I felt it must be included.
11. “Googled ‘Missionary Position’…was not disappointed.”
12. “I accidentally googled haircats instead of haircuts.”
13. “Just googled ‘the best thing I’ve seen all day.’ This was the top result.”
14. “I googled ‘What is reddit?’, and this was the first result.”
15. “I just googled “marzipan” and the creepiest thing in the world happened.”
16. “I googled Definition of Swag and was not disappointed.”
17. “I Googled ‘world’s saddest pet’ and I’m inclined to agree with the result.”
18. “I Googled ‘Greatest Nicolas Cage picture’ and found this.”
19. “Googled ‘traumatizing experience’…I was not disappointed.”
20. “Googled ‘Marine Animals,’ was not disappointed.”
21. This meta search: “After all these ‘I googled ‘I was not disappointed” posts, I googled ‘I googled I was not disappointed’ and I was not disappointed.”
22. And perhaps the most satisfying search of all: “So I decided to look up ‘happy birthday hamsters’ and now I regret nothing.”