Getting married in Hell…literally.

Getting married in Hell…literally.

Some U.S. Marines are doing some special survival skills training over in Thailand — and that training involves drinking the blood of a cobra and eating scorpions. It seems that cobra blood is good for re-hydrating the body if drinking water isn’t available during a jungle mission. And, scorpions — along with tarantulas — are good sources of protein. (Daily Mail)

Penn State University students recently held a candlelight vigil…for a Taco Bell that had closed. Vigil organizer Prajesh Patel wore a taco costume and offered a eulogy before the students held a moment of silence and sang Amazing Grace. Patel said, “I am going to miss the taste of that crunchy taco and chicken chalupa. But what I’m going to miss even more is those late-night conversations I had with each and every one of you.”

And finally,

Some may describe marriage as living in hell, but couples decided to give it a try on Saturday in a special leap day wedding ceremony in Hell, Michigan. 29 couples spent February 29th in the small community in Livingston County, Michigan and said “I do” at exactly 2:29 p.m. One of the grooms, Ken Verardi, told the crowd, “I said it would be a cold day in Hell before I got married, and here it is, a cold day in Hell and I’m married.”The mayor of the town joked to the couples, “When you get married in Hell, there’s no place to go, but up.” (MLive.com)