From the Boston Globe: “It’s a a pasty man…wearing only his underwear, with his arms outstretched…”
When I first read this tweet I thought MAN! Jim Kelly is getting himself into trouble again…
This pasty white man is actually a statue that’s freaking out the ladies at Wellseley College – an all women’s college in Boston. The statue is called Sleepwalker and is actually part of an art exhibit at a museum on campus. The statue is also placed in a high-traffic area for both pedestrians and drivers. The statue has only been up since February 3rd and already, more than 100 students have signed a petition asking for it to be removed.
Didn’t stop one little lady from snapping a selfie with the sleepwalker – who kinda looks like a zombie…
— The Walking Dead AMC (@WalkingDead_AMC) February 5, 2014
5 days until the return of The Walking Dead if you include today, 4 days if you don’t!
Here’s an impromptu fictional zombie takeover of New York City with some great pedestrian reactions:
Oh! Don’t miss this 8:30pm Sunday!!
How is WINNIPEG #2When London Didn’t Even Make the Cut?
The Toronto Sun tweeted about Amazon’s findings for Canada’s Most Romantic Cities – How is the list made? Amazon compares sales data for romance novels, relationship books, romantic comedies, and romantic music (i.e. Dean Martin, Barry White, Luther Vandross, and Michael Buble).
Clearly the Amazon people haven’t been on a walk through Victoria Park in LONDON…and with Winnipeg coming in at #2 on this list…you have to wonder! Because really, nothing says ROMANCE like the city who’s name originates from the native word for muddy, or cloudy waters.
Amazon.ca’s 20 most romantic cities in Canada:
3. Niagara Falls
4. Lethbridge, Alta.
5. North Vancouver
7. Kamloops, B.C.
8. Langley, B.C.
11. Red Deer, Alta.
12. Thunder Bay, Ont.
14. Brantford, Ont.
15. Sherbrooke, PQ
16. Pickering, Ont.
17. Kingston, Ont.
18. Nanaimo, B.C.
19. Waterloo, Ont.
20. Cambridge, Ont.