A Swiss couple being mocked and insulted by the staff of a resort hotel while renewing their marriage vows. The video showed the couple in the middle of a renewal-of-vows ceremony surrounded by the staff of the Vilu Reef resort hotel. But unknown to the duo, one among the staff acting as the `minister’ unleashed a volley of insults against them in the local Dhivehi language. The couple was clearly taken in by the solemn tone that the staff member adopted.
Part of the “vows” …
“You fornicate and make a lot of children. You drink and you eat pork. Most of the children that you have are marked with spots and blemishes. These children that you have are bastards.
“Before buggering a chicken, check if the hole is clean. That is because the people of the countries that you are from are familiar with the taste of the ****holes of chicken.”
(CNN) — It’s not shocking to see a woman talking on her cell phone while walking down the street. It is, however, shocking when the woman is an extra in a silent film from 1928.
Charlie Chaplin’s “The Circus” is getting internet buzz with a clip from the black-and-white comedy spreading at viral speed.
The clip — a DVD extra spotted by filmmaker George Clarke — shows a woman holding what some say appears to be a mobile phone to her ear and talking.
The only explanation: She’s a time traveler.
At least that’s the word on the Web.
In the late 1920s, Chaplin was nominated for an Academy Award for acting, writing, directing and producing “The Circus,” but he was taken out of the running and presented with a “Special Award” instead.
Perhaps the Academy didn’t think it was fair to include him in the race — what with the use of technology from the future and all.
We’re just curious who operates her mobile network.
1. Stare at the center of the trippy illusion for at least ten seconds.
Your eyes will want to look away, but focus on the center as intently as you can.
2. Stare at any solid object in your house and watch it warp!