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  1. Google Celebrates Roswell Weather Balloon Crash With Game About Aliens

    The Doodle minigame is fun. I just don't know what aliens have to do with weather balloons.

    Google is celebrating the anniversary of a weather balloon crashing into a sheep pasture in Roswell, New Mexico back in 1947 with an enjoyable Doodle minigame. For some reason, the game isn't about weather balloons or sheep, and instead features a space alien trying to rebuild its crashed ship. Frankly, I don't see what an alien and its ship have to do with weather balloons, but it's still a fun way to kill a few minutes of your day.

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  2. Unrepentant Florida Donkey Diddler Accepts Plea Deal, Will Continue To Fight For His Right To Donkey Sex

    Last week, we brought you the latest developments in the case of Carlos Romero, a Florida farmhand allegedly caught in a sexually compromising position with a miniature donkey named Doodle. It would appear that the judge in the case, Steven Rogers, did not grant the argument made by Romero's lawyers that laws on the books in Florida prohibiting sexual contact with animals violated the U.S. Constitution, a fact which is to Florida's credit. Today, we bring you news that should bring some kind of merciful closure to this sordid affair -- but probably won't -- as Romero has accepted a plea bargain.

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  3. Objection! Lawyers For Man Accused Of Donkey Sex Say Anti-Donkey Sex Laws Are Unconstitutional

    Today in "Yeah, well, it's Florida, what are you gonna do?" news, the latest developments from the long, strange case of Carlos Romero, a Florida man accused of sex acts involving a miniature donkey named Doodle. In a legal maneuver that we pray came as a surprise to the court, Romero's lawyers have filed a motion to have the Florida law that criminalizes sexual behavior with an animal struck down on the basis that it violates the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution. Yup, you read that right.

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  4. Man Accused Of Donkey Sex Rejects Plea Bargain, Doesn’t See What’s Wrong With Donkey Sex

    A Florida man accused of a sex act with a miniature donkey named Doodle has rejected a plea deal, choosing instead to take his case to a jury. Considering that when he was arrested last month, 31-year-old Carlos R. Romero offered a vigorous defense of the right to have sex with animals, telling detectives that "Florida is a backwards state and people frown on zoophilia here," we don't exactly love his odds in an open court.

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