Why Vomit Can Ruin a Moustache!

It just can.

I spent some fine hours this weekend NOT ONLY perplexed by 50 Cent’s presence at the Sundance Film Festival (WTF?!), but I also got to enjoy a full day’s worth of pewking my guts out. Fantastic times!

On the other hand, I just Googled ‘vomit’ and this is what the world brought me:

Vomit: Finnish urban legend says that there lives (or lived) a creature named Vomit in Middle-Finland. He had vomited himself into this universe, but is also known as “Strangler” and “Urakoitsija” (which means worker in finnish). The tale says he had taken the body of drunken bum in order to get close to his victims. He has insane obsession to drinking (mostly beer and jagermeister), smoking and repairing various things. He’s formerly a sailor. He’s known for “The boiler room effect”. He lures innocent children to his boiler room and commits his mysterious fetishes onto them; he is always in drunken haze.

Is it just me or did a totally drunken sailor write THIS little masterful working of the English Language?
Either way, this little passage of lunacy almost makes up for my transformation into a multicolored, organic fountain this weekend!
So everyone please raise your glass!
Here is to Vomit, the strange, drunken Finnish creature….

And for your viewing pleasure:

(I warn the faint of heart, the picture below should not be viewed by pregnant women, those prone to heart problems, indigestion, or any person with a fear of disgusting things. This creature is a perversion of nature, please brace yourself.)

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Finnish Spitz

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