Fly on the Wall 1406 

Dinosaur privates, God's crack purse, and running shoe burgers.

Dino Fail

Have you been looking for the perfect toy to teach friends and family about inappropriate touching? If so, you may want to check out this T-Rex/Stegosaurus combo currently available at a Family Dollar near you.

Here's how it works: The T-Rex has a yellow button where his junk should be, and he hollers real loud whenever someone mashes it. Wouldn't you?

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The Glamorous Life

Speaking of junk, you've got to wonder what's going through a person's mind while they're stuffing drugs into a bodily orifice. This week, Shelby County Sheriff's deputies smelled weed when they pulled over a silver BMW with obscured license plates. The cops found a blunt, some heroin, a little Xanax, a veritable panoply of drug paraphernalia, and, of course, a woman with her pants undone. Sandra Bigham realized the jig was up and admitted to stuffing a contact lens case full of crack into her vagina, a.k.a. God's crack purse.

It's a Sign

The Backyard Burger on Perkins near Poplar is offering Memphis diners an opportunity to savor the flavor of an upscale running shoe. YUM!!!

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