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    drewdernavich
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:33 am
    I just uploaded a t-shirt design to TeePublic. It’s only $14 today, but will be $20 after. Hey, I think it’s worth it at either price, but why not get it now?
  • Today's Poem

    Jokes2Go Daily Humor
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:05 pm
    Dr. Seuss Meets Fornigate -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- I am Starr. Starr I are. I'm a brilliant barri-star. I'm here to ask, as you'll soon see, Did you grope Miss Lew-in-sky? Did you grope her in your house? Did you grope beneath her blouse? Did she give you gifts and ties? Were you spied by prying eyes? I did not do that here or there! I did not do that anywhere! I did not do that in a chair! I went not near her giant hair! I did not join -- even for fun, The Mile High Club in Air Force One, So stow your feathers and your tar, I did not do her Starr you are! Did you smile? Did you…
  • 12 Most Basic Speaking Mistakes That Crumble A Seasoned Presenter

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    J. P. Reynolds
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    12 Most HE6TKNU4H59Q By J. P. Reynolds When not giving seminars on interpersonal communication skills, I’m officiating non-denominational wedding ceremonies. (Long story for another kind of post!) Recently, I attended a networking event for wedding professionals. Jack (name changed), the keynote speaker, was introducing a new website aimed at the Millennial bridal market.   Within minutes of Jack’s […]
  • The ONLY 6 Reasons to Not Tip Your Server

    Points in Case - Enlightening and Irreverent Comedy
    Jacob Trowbridge
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:35 pm
    Column by Jacob Trowbridge Lately, there's been an uproar in the media over "tip shaming," where servers share photos of the actual receipts of customers who left a hefty "0" in the tip column, generally with some sort of pro-religion/anti-gay message scrawled along with it. The reasons they give are typically a load of bullshit. But if you really have your heart set on stiffing the minimum wage workers who serve your heaping mounds of fatty, deep-fried goodness, then here are some legitimate excuses you can provide.1. There's a mountain lion in your soup.Dearest Server,If…
  • 4 BS Stories That Fooled Facebook This Week: Extinct Gingers

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    25 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    By David Christopher Bell  Published: July 25th, 2014  If you look hard enough, the Internet will provide evidence for anything you want. Anything. Obama is guarded by lizard-men? Here you go. The Titanic was an inside job? Oh, for sure, man. The job of the media should be to take all that news-feed and
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    The Bloggess

  • Your cat has a cooler house than I do.

    thebloggess
    24 Jul 2014 | 4:30 am
    Go home, everybody.  The best cat toy ever has been created and nothing you buy for your cat will ever be impressive again. My cats just looked at this picture from their cardboard box on the floor and then shook their tiny heads at me in disgust and shame. Frankly, I’m disappointed too.  Why don’t they make these in human size?  It’s like a loft bed without having to have a loft.  Plus, if you just got comfortable but you need a drink you can just drive your bed to the fridge.  If they put a bathroom and a well-stocked bookshelf in there I’d probably never…
  • You can tell how old people are by whether they remember the smell of an Ogilvie Home Perm.

    thebloggess
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:39 pm
    I was just scrolling through Facebook and I saw a photo of this really unfortunate-looking girl, and I was like “Jesus, that girl’s awkwardness is giving me second-hand 80′s nostalgia-shame from when I was that age andhad the same-OHMYGOD THAT’S ME.”  Because apparently my cousin Joycie decided to upload old family pictures. So this me, age almost 14, between my sister and cousin: Let’s break this picture down, shall we?: 1.  Those glasses were so big they literally end beneath my nostrils.  It’s like someone made a scuba mask but forgot the…
  • Women Who are Ambivalent about Women Against Women Against Feminism

    thebloggess
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:25 pm
    So...yeah.  Right now there’s a lot of talk about a tumblr called WomenAgainstFeminism.  It’s just pictures of some women holding up handwritten signs entitled “I don’t need feminism because...”  Some of the reasons they give for not needing feminism almost seem like a parody (“How the fuck am I suppose to open jars and lift heavy things without my husband?”) and some (“I don’t need to grow out my body hair to prove I’m equal to men”) just make me wonder where in the world they got their definition of feminism. At first I…
  • Oh, you.

    thebloggess
    20 Jul 2014 | 1:36 am
    Sometimes I look at what people are searching for that brings them to this blog, and sometimes the search term is so long that you have to hover over it with your curser to see the search phrase pop up, and then you just sort of back away slowly while shaking your head. Below is a screenshot of a few things people were googling that brought them to this blog.  (If you can’t read the picture then click on it once to see a larger version.) Baffled. PS. A message to the person leaving the second search-term:  I’m not sure if you meant to write “babyshitting” or…
  • And that’s why I’ll never leave twitter

    thebloggess
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:32 pm
    Sometimes people ask me why I’m on twitter: Also, notifications like this: I want this on a t-shirt. Unrelated, but something I probably need to address anyway…this morning I wrote about my last book being translated into several different language and a ton of you are like, “Where is your next book?  Why are you making me wait?  Look at your life.  Look at your choices.”  And honestly the next book is coming but it’s really, really fucking hard.  Writing always is for me.  It’s something I’ve always done and will always do but I rewrite and…
 
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    Damn You Auto Correct!

  • Whoa Whoa Whoa

    Lyndsey
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:10 pm
    Im one finger…. Submitted by Anayar The post Whoa Whoa Whoa appeared first on Damn You Auto Correct!.
  • What The…?

    Lyndsey
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:09 pm
    Submitted by Melissa L.-T. The post What The…? appeared first on Damn You Auto Correct!.
  • Things Fall Apart With Old Age

    Lyndsey
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:08 pm
    I told my daughter that my “hip” was hurting, but it auto corrected to another part of my body Submitted by KevinD The post Things Fall Apart With Old Age appeared first on Damn You Auto Correct!.
  • Real-life “Autocorrect”: Proud Parents

    Lyndsey
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:15 pm
      The post Real-life “Autocorrect”: Proud Parents appeared first on Damn You Auto Correct!.
  • Enjoy

    Lyndsey
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:09 pm
    -Submitted by Kelly The post Enjoy appeared first on Damn You Auto Correct!.
 
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    McSweeney’s

  • I Produce Sex-Drenched Uptempo Club Bangers to Inspire Moms at 6 AM Boot Camp Classes by Jenny Shank

    25 Jul 2014 | 4:01 am
    Some club music producers want to write hits that will make every hardbody in South Beach thrust their pelvises on the dance floor in ecstatic abandon. But not me. I compose grooves for the moms who take 6 AM boot camp classes at community rec centers in places such as Naperville, Illinois, where my music plays in the background to their workout routines. My songs can be found on battered compilation CDs next to the rec center gym’s sound system, ready for any instructor who forgets to bring an iPod.When I sing “I want to pump you, pump you, pump you with my love muscle”…
  • Open Letters: An Open Letter to the People Who Decide Which Women’s Apparel Catalogs to Send Me by Hana Schank

    25 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    Dear Catalog People,Thank you for your continued belief in me. While I may think of myself as a desk-bound 42-year-old mom, you see someone who will one day require short shorts and a bikini top to wear when I go stand-up paddle boarding. I appreciate how you think that one day I might just chuck it all and move to Maui, where I will need a waterproof moisture-wicking sundress that I can change into behind a taco truck, after paddle boarding and before attending a parent-teacher conference. How thoughtful of you to realize that I’ll need a dress so I won’t spill hot sauce on my bare…
  • On the Trail of Mary Jane: Dabs, Girlz, and Restraining Orders by Wendy C. Ortiz

    25 Jul 2014 | 3:59 am
    - -First impressions of the Kush Expo, billed as “the world’s biggest Medical Marijuana Mega Show!” are signs outside the sterile convention center warning NO DABBING.“What’s dabbing?” my companion and I ask each other. There are signs at almost every entrance and I wonder how long we can go without asking someone what dabbing means, or if the answer will present itself once we enter the convention.The long walk from the parking structure to the convention doors reveals expo-goers who are, by Los Angeles event standards, quite racially and age diverse. There are a number of…
  • Notes on Your Banner Ad Copy for Medicated Wipes by Jeff Johnson

    24 Jul 2014 | 4:01 am
    Gene —Sorry we couldn’t meet face-to-face on this. But I did take a few seconds to power through ’em and now I’m off to Banff to ski and jumpstart my marriage. Some great writing here. A few lines that will do a lot of heavy lifting in banner ads and maybe some shelf-talkers. Take a look at my feedback. Keep revving on this continually throughout the weekend. We’ll touch base when I get back.— LarryGREAT. MORE LIKE THESE, PLEASE: “Click to continue the Smythe-Logan Medicated Wipes journey.” “Follow Smythe-Logan Medicated Wipeson Twitter.”…
  • My Own Private Shock Corridor: My Own Private Shock Corridor. by Bob Schneider

    24 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    Whom god wishes to destroy, he first makes mad.— Euripides by way of Samuel FullerAfter dropping acid, the committed psychonaut sits in quiet contemplation, slows his heartbeat, steadies his breathing, calmly waits for the rush. Unlike the tripster who can’t hardly wait — he shakes his legs, paces, races about, quickens his heart, which increases arterial flow and speeds the alkaloid toward the 5-HT2 serotonin receptors in both the locus ceruleus and the cerebral cortex, with hallucinations, awe, and laughter the result. But the neuron, he for whom the solution has become the…
 
 
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    Cracked: All Posts

  • The Bizarre History of Ninja Turtle Rap Songs

    25 Jul 2014 | 5:05 am
    By Tom Reimann  Published: July 25th, 2014  This Week in WTF Pop Culture History: A Fucking Ninja Turtle Rap Song Hits #1 in July 1990. We're not being sarcastic when we say that a proud and important pop culture tradition was renewed this week with the release of this track: That is "Shell S
  • 4 BS Stories That Fooled Facebook This Week: Extinct Gingers

    25 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    By David Christopher Bell  Published: July 25th, 2014  If you look hard enough, the Internet will provide evidence for anything you want. Anything. Obama is guarded by lizard-men? Here you go. The Titanic was an inside job? Oh, for sure, man. The job of the media should be to take all that news-feed and
  • If Bullies Were Honest

    25 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    By CRACKED Staff,Natural Disastronauts  Published: July 25th, 2014 
  • 24 Things the CIA Is (Probably) Keeping From Us

    25 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    By CRACKED Readers  Published: July 25th, 2014  The CIA, by definition, pulls some pretty sneaky shit. For all the operations we're aware of, there's so many more that remain a mystery. That's why we asked our readers to hypothesize just exactly what they're up to. And to the CIA: If any of these
  • 5 Famous Albums You Won't Believe You Can't Buy Anymore

    25 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    By Adam Tod Brown  Published: July 25th, 2014  Albums go out of print all the time, and it's usually damn well justified. Humanity has produced a lot of terrible music over the years, and we just don't have enough room to keep it all lying around. It's not all bad, though. Music goes extinct for
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    Predator Press

  • Wolves v Sharks

    Michael Wolfe
    13 Jul 2014 | 11:42 am
    Predator Press [LOBO] A badly sunburned Lars Arson stumbles into the campsite about 9pm.  His Hawaiian shirt is tattered, and he is wearing only one flip-flop. He has been missing for seven hours. Music is playing, glow sticks are flying, the grilled food smell wafts through the air, and a naked woman is working a hula hoop by the bonfire."We were playing 'Capture the Flag!'" he gasps between gulps of water."Right," I says, pulling a blue rag from my back pocket.  "Here.  You win."
  • I Got This

    Michael Wolfe
    25 Jun 2014 | 2:37 pm
    Predator Press [LOBO] My iPad and iPhone are finally synced. -And I can't type on either fucking one of them. I would try and tough this out, but Lars Arson -somehow surprised I dabble in fiction- told me a few days ago that the company won't pay for screenplays, even if they use them.  You can't throw a rock without hitting someone with stacks of screenplays here (and/or being on meth it would seem). Now this is ironic on a lot of levels.  I conspicuously never mentioned "writing" while I was interviewing.  It was 50% based on strategy, 50% based on the fact that I'm…
  • The Pound of Flesh

    Michael Wolfe
    16 Jun 2014 | 2:51 pm
    Predator Press [LOBO] At Saturday's company softball game I got to meet a lot of my new associates. It took place in a area on the map called "Community Garden," which is a hippie euphemism for "park." Afterwards, somewhat enthusiastic, I call my mom (amongst others), pacing outside the front of my apartment during the calls so I could simultaneously smoke. It was during the call to my mom that I tripped on the cobblestones, and cracked my head open. This created a lot of problems. First, I don't even know where the local hospital is yet. And I'm certainly not calling 911 for something that…
  • Chunks

    Michael Wolfe
    13 Jun 2014 | 1:22 pm
    Predator Press [LOBO] I stare up at the statue, utterly awestruck. "Why did you think I hired you?" asks my new boss. It is a statue of me. "My qualifications?" "Son, your resume has more lies than a golf course in a hurricane. I hired you because you're a local hero." The base of the statue reads: "HE SACRIFICED HIS EYEBROWS FOR US ALL"    
  • Chinks

    Michael Wolfe
    12 Jun 2014 | 2:50 pm
    Predator Press [LOBO] When I arrived, I was roughly thirty hours late.  But the itinerary was fairly arbitrary: I'm still several days ahead of the truck with my stuff, and I don't start work until next week.  The only thing I consider a "drawback" is that I'm supposed to meet the new boss today: no more Skype interviews in my dress shirt and underpants.  Today is the real deal. But the property manager's office didn't open for another two hours, and I had no keys. I woke under windshield-lasering sunlight, with Phil II sleeping on my chest.  She went back into her…
 
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    Funny or Die | Funny Videos, Funny Video Clips, Funny Pictures

  • You're Welcome: Comic Con Preview

    Darren Miller
    25 Jul 2014 | 3:53 pm
    You're Welcome: Comic Con Preview 1:03 You're Welcome: Comic Con Preview Submitted by: Darren Miller Regular Keywords: You're Welcome Comic Con preview rant recap week in review review news the internet internet web world wide web interweb Views: 66
  • 21 Best GIFs of All Time of the Week

    jasonflowers
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:48 am
    21 Best GIFs of All Time of the Week This week's best GIFs can really take a punch. Submitted by: jasonflowers Worthy Keywords: funny pics funny pics gifs funny gifs best gifs lol gifs lol best of the week gifdump picdump animals cats dogs dog gifs cat gifs funny cat gifs dancing gifs old man dancing sports sports gifs basketball gifs fails falls track and field cute Views: 52,359
  • Official Video for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles "Shell Shocked" Rap

    SteveOrDie
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:30 pm
    Official Video for Teenage Mutant Nin... 3:26 JaVale McGee and Lamorne Morris star in the music video for Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J's TMNT single, "Shell Shocked." Submitted by: SteveOrDie Regular Keywords: wiz khalifa juicy j ty dolla $ign tmnt teenage mutant ninja turtles music video parody shell shock turtle power Views: 9,169
  • The Arbitrary System the NFL Uses to Issue Suspensions

    natedern
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:56 pm
    The Arbitrary System the NFL Uses to ... With one player getting a two game suspension for beating his wife while another player got a full season suspension for marijuana use, it seems like the NFL suspension system is unjust. But take a look at this full list of offenses and their corresponding number of game suspension to put things in context. Submitted by: natedern Regular Keywords: sports comedy nfl commissioner national football league marijuana pot ray rice beat beating beat his wife domestic violence suspension ray rice suspension josh gordon suspension ray rice domestic violence ray…
  • Truly Appreciate 8 of Weird Al's Parodies by Watching Them Side-By-Side with the Originals

    Jenny Nelson
    24 Jul 2014 | 10:14 am
    Truly Appreciate 8 of Weird Al's Paro... Weird Al is good at his job. Submitted by: Jenny Nelson Regular Keywords: Weird Al Mandatory Fun The Verge supercuts video music Al Yankovic Weird Al Yankovic Amish Paradise White and Nerdy Smells Like Nirvana weird al originals best weird al songs best weird al parodies spoofs top weird al weird al songs based on Views: 3,031
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    America

  • Get The Locksmith Advice That You Need

    admin
    30 Jun 2014 | 7:33 am
    Are you locked out? If you call your police department, they’ll redirect you to some local locksmith. Will you be able to trust the one they recommend? Rather than dialing 911, locate a reliable locksmith now so that when the need arises, you have someone to call. Do not hire anyone until you have researched their business and their reputation. It’s important that the locksmith you hire has your best interests at heart. There are certainly unscrupulous players out there who will copy your keys. Be careful of any locksmith who gives you a quote then raises Locksmith Sugar land the…
  • A Guide To Handling All Your Locksmithing Needs

    admin
    29 Jun 2014 | 7:32 am
    Is it your plan to be entirely responsible for securing your property instead of letting a locksmith help you? Think about what your things are worth. Is it worth risking not using a professional? If you don’t think so, these tips can help you locate a great locksmith. A Locksmith Pasadena TX locksmith who insists on replacing your lock when locked out is not reliable. A good locksmith will be able to get into most types of doors without needing to get a new lock. Replacing locks can cost you money that you don’t want to spend. Even if you think you will never need the services of…
  • Expert Locksmith Advice That Can Be Used In Any Business Or Home

    admin
    28 Jun 2014 | 7:19 am
    Locksmiths are not thought about much until they’re needed. Just put your key inside the keyhole, and you’re in. If you want to learn about locksmiths or just hire one, this article will provide you with helpful tricks and tips. If you’re not able to get into your home, you shouldn’t listen to people that tell you to replace your lock right away. A good locksmith can open a lock or install a new one, depending on your request. Replacing your lock will just end up unnecessarily costing you money. Before you settle on a locksmith, do some research first. You need to…
  • Snake Away Your Plumbing Problems Today

    admin
    27 Jun 2014 | 7:18 am
    When dealing with plumbing problems, it’s important that you’re taking care of things the right way. Sometimes, all it takes to fix a plumbing problem is a bit of information, and this article has that in spades. To prevent pipes in your house from freezing, do not let the temperature in the house dip below freezing. Also, any pipes exposed to the cold should be insulated. Obviously, if it is below freezing outdoors, the pipes will be subjected to the same temperatures. In the best situation, it can take hours for frozen pipes to thaw and water to run freely again. But, they could…
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    vintage everyday

  • Paris Street Style of 1906

    John VE
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:04 pm
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  • Beautiful Fashion Shots of Barbara Mullen as a Model in the 1950s

    John VE
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:56 am
    Barbara Mullen (1914–1979) was an American actress well known in the UK for playing the part of Janet, the housekeeper, in Dr Finlay's Casebook. Although the role of Janet brought her fame in later years, she had already made her mark in the theatre. (Wikipedia)Barbara Mullen poses with her arms wide and mouth open in front of a black Rolls-Royce. New York, circa 1950s. Image by © William Helburn/CorbisBarbara Mullen on the Boardwalk, St. Tropez, 1957. Photographed by Georges Dambier.Wearing an evening gown by Dior, photo by Norman Parkinson taken at ‘The pillars of Quwat-Ul-Islam…
  • Mexico Extravaganza – 1949

    John VE
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:19 am
    Photographer: Fernand Fonssagrives
  • Amazing Fashion Photography by Martin Munkacsi from between 1930s and 1940s

    John VE
    25 Jul 2014 | 3:41 am
    In his day, the Hungarian Martin Munkacsi (1896-1963) was one of the most famous photographers in the world. His dynamic photographs of sports, entertainers, politics, and street life in Germany and Hungary from the late 1920s and 1930s, were taken in a new, freewheeling style that captured the speed and movement of the modern era. Many of those early photographs were published in German photo weeklies, where Munkacsi made his reputation doing reportage, often from exotic locales. In 1933, Munkacsi turned his energetic style to fashion photography, making images of models running on the…
  • Students from five states smile through the gate of Ashley Hall in Charleston, 1939

    John VE
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:16 am
    Students from five states smile through the gate of Ashley Hall in Charleston, South Carolina, March 1939. Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic
 
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    15 Minute Lunch

  • Things can go wrong so quickly on Craigslist.

    29 Jun 2014 | 3:27 pm
    I am looking for an enlarger  -- a PHOTO enlarger, to clarify (I know my readers.)  Since they're heavy and shipping is expensive, I wasn't having much luck finding something affordable on eBay, so I decided to try Craigslist. There were quite a few to choose from,  so I ended up sending maybe a dozen e-mail messages with various questions for the sellers because not all the descriptions included everything I needed to know to make an informed buying decision.  Unfortunately, I  inadvertently confused one ad with the other and had the unmitigated gall to ask a…
  • You keep saying that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

    17 Jun 2014 | 6:52 pm
    Well, hello there. Is this place still open?I've been MIA lately, I know.   It seems the less I write, the less I feel like writing, so I have to do something about that, because I really do like writing.  So I have a story to tell you.  I spent $27,500 dollars about a month or so ago.  I would like to say I purchased a new car, or put an addition on my house or even spent it on hookers and blow, but no.  I spent it for a single night's accommodations in a drafty room in the city so a burly guy named Steve with a tattoo on his neck could offer me injectable drugs.
  • Henry's Door.

    21 Feb 2014 | 6:52 pm
    For those who don't know, I have a little short story out on Amazon right now.This is some quick background on it, written by my friend Mark, who happens to be a brilliant photographer.  He uses film and develops it himself and makes his own prints for god's sake.  Check out some of his stuff while you're over there.Tell him Johnny sent ya.Come visit me at http://15minutelunch.blogspot.com
  • The More You Know.

    12 Feb 2014 | 6:20 pm
    Did you hear about the two geniuses who tasered a guy and stole a Stradivarius violin worth five million dollars and then stuck it in a suitcase and hid it in a friend's attic?   First off, WTF were these guys thinking?  Did they think they were going to just walk into Rudy's Pawn Shop and Paycheck Loans and walk out with a few million in loose 20's? Secondly, if you were convicted in 2000 and did five years in prison because you stole a sculpture worth twenty-five grand back in 1995 and got caught because you tried to sell it back to the guy you stole it from, you might…
  • Robins and other junk.

    22 Jan 2014 | 7:00 pm
    Coffee conversation with Yort today:Yort:   "There's a new animated Batman coming out soon.  They're not using Conroy, I have no idea why. They keep trying out new voices."Me: "That's stupid.  He's the perfect Batman voice."Yort:  "I know.  Oh, and I guess there's a new Robin.  Supposedly he's the son of Batman and Ra's al Ghul's daughter."Me: "What?   Ra's al Ghul's daughter and Batman had a Robin?  I didn’t even know they were a thing."Yort: "Yeah, It's gotten crazy lately.  But on the other hand, most people don’t even know there was more…
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    Awesomely Luvvie

  • Whose Brother is This With the Best/Worst Excuse Ever?

    Luvvie
    21 Jul 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Fox6 News did a story on how social media is being used to catch deadbeat dads who owe child support money. The full story is on YouTube but the best part of it was the part where they interviewed one of the men. They asked this one dude why he doesn’t pay his child support and his answer was: “Because I was in-uneligible to pay. I was in the hospital. I died in a car accident.” The reporter wanted to make sure she got it straight so he repeated himself talmbout “I died in a car accident.” Then he gon say “no further questions.” Well *I* just died and…
  • A Sex-Deficient Husband and the Salty Spreadsheet He Shouldn’t Have Sent

    Luvvie
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    A woman took to Reddit to show folks that her husband sent her an email to her work address with a spreadsheet detailing how many times they’ve had sex when he initiated in the past 6 weeks. He also included the excuses she gave him when she said “NO” which was 25 times out of 28. Apparently, this was to let her know she’s neglecting her job as a wife. And after he sent this spreadsheet while she was on the way to a week long work trip, he refused to answer her calls. Yo. YOOOOOOO!!! This man deserves a dropkick to the back of the kneecaps. iSweaterGAWD. WHO DOES…
  • Opening For Kerry Washington at BlogHer, Awesomely Golden, Chaka Khan Concert: My Next 3 Weeks

    Luvvie
    20 Jul 2014 | 10:25 pm
    This week begins an action-packed 3 weeks for me and it will be madness but it’s the good kind. By mid August, I will be in need of a getaway, which I’m getting (3 days in Mexico)! I’m looking forward to all of it. Y’all know I like to bring you along on my adventures. Let’s talk about it. I’m opening for Kerry Washington at BlogHer. This week, from July 24-26 is the 10th annual BlogHer Conference, in San Jose, CA. I’m a veteran of the conference, having attended 4 of the last 5 and I’ve spoken at those 4. I even co-hosted the fashion show last…
  • Writing I’ve Done Elsewhere This Week: Virginia Dude Claims Land in Africa, Protect Your Ideas, Racist Casting Call

    Luvvie
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Hey folks! My weekly roundup of where else I’ve written every week. I’m a columnist for TheGrio, where I have a section called “Luvvie’s Lane” to talk about race, culture, politics and other things. I also have my tech blog Awesomely Techie where I talk about technology, tools, resources and general geekery. So on to what I’ve written this week. A Guide to Intellectual Property, Copyrights and Trademarks for Businesses, Blogs and Brands As someone who makes a living off my ideas and someone who manages a nonprofit with a brand that is often infringed on (no you cannot have an…
  • The Rock’s Fetching Fanny Pack and Titilating Turtleneck: Throwback Thursday

    Luvvie
    17 Jul 2014 | 12:58 pm
    The 90s were hilarious because everyone loved extra accessories for no reason whatsoever. An old picture of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has been floating around the web this week and it is giving me everything I want and never thought I needed! I DON DIE! This whole gahtdamb look! WHY MUST I CRY?!? Let’s just go from the top to the bottom. First, there’s the haircut, which is the classic high top fade, except since The Rock got some tender hair, it looks like half a jheri curl. He didn’t even have to use activator either. Don’t jealous him. (-__-) Then this…
 
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    Brittany, Herself.

  • The Sex Conversation You’ve Been Dying to Have. HIDE YOUR KIDS.

    Brittany
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:54 am
    You know when your partner does something during sex that does nothing for you, but you’re way too nice to say something? Or like when you really want to try something but are afraid to sound like an aspiring internet sex worker? Me too. I mean, for the most part, I’m pretty good at being my own sex advocate. Like in the heat of the moment when Andy started calling me Baby. Over and over baby… baby…. and it was… the most hilarious thing I’d ever heard. He calls me baby exactly never in real life. So hearing it come out of his mouth made me think, wait,…
  • This Human of New York

    Brittany
    17 Jul 2014 | 7:32 am
    See this guy right there? That’s my dad. “Are you lonely?” “It’s been a lifetime of loneliness. I decided early on that I better get used to it. I go to movies by myself. If the movie theater is completely empty, I’m even happier. I learned early on that if I wanted to go to restaurants, I better learn to go by myself. One benefit to being big is that people don’t bother you. I’m shocked that you came up to me. Nobody’s ever done that. When I started to go to therapy, it took me several sessions before I even spoke a word. I’d just…
  • Group Therapy

    Brittany
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:36 am
    “8 and three dashes.” “What?” “8 and three… yes three dashes.” I hold three fingers up into the air as Andy and my brother Adam stare at me from the table saw positioned on the deck. “8 and three dashes.” I yell at them again from the center of the dining room. “What the fuck is wrong with you?” Andy screamed, bringing his dirty hand up to squeeze the bridge of his nose. An annoying thing he does when he’s exhausted with me. “I’d like to remind you both, you asked me for help. I was perfectly fine on my own…
  • The Weekly Body Count

    Brittany
    11 Jul 2014 | 5:27 am
    1. You know what, knowing the tiny lines I’m getting around my eyes are normal is refreshing. STOP SHOWING ME HOW NOT TO AGE AND BE PROUD OF IT SOCIETY. 2. Prince Fielder stripped down for the cover of ESPN’s body issue. He doesn’t have a thigh gap, so as expected, the beauty dementors are out in full force. Plus Cuba Gooding Jr. was quoted as saying Fielder looks like “two midgets in an arm wrestling contest.” Which leads me to believe Cuba Gooding Jr. has never seen naked little people before. Or Snowdogs…. lucky. 3. Carol Rossetti’s…
  • The Apology

    Brittany
    7 Jul 2014 | 5:19 am
    Our life this month has coincided beautifully with the 4th of July… some change and some freedom. Physical and emotional change that has been wonderful and sweat-inducing and scream-ridden and terrifying. You’ll read about and see more of that in a few days. But first, a little bit of freedom, and what precipitates freedom more than some long overdue atonement. I like to think that although I struggle with this messy and overwhelming thing that is parenting, that eventually I just clumsily bump into enough that it will all work out in the end. But the truth is, sometimes…
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    Prefers Her Fantasy Life

  • Showers, Beer, and Social Networking--Oh, My

    1 Jul 2014 | 7:10 am
    In my fantasy life, I dream of having just one normal day.  Just one.While I was in the shower yesterday, reaching for the shampoo I saw this: Being a parent of two college-aged kids, I found this inappropriate on more than one level.  First, Yuengling is a crappy beer.  As an IPA Enthusiast, I thought my kids knew better.  Second, glass in the shower, not so smart.So then I did what any normal mom would do in this situation:  I snapped a photo and posted it on Facebook.When Older Son was in the kitchen making his morning coffee (at 1:30 pm), he told me to remove…
  • Conscious Uncoupling Schmuckeling

    12 Jun 2014 | 2:52 pm
    It’s early in the evening and we’re seated across the table from one another. Our laptops are open, our glasses of Stone IPA, full. For a moment, he lifts his up his Mac and shows me a viral photo on Facebook. We both laugh. In my fantasy life, the man across from me would close his computer. He’d take my hand and gently lead me upstairs. We’d put on some Miles Davis, whisper to one another in the dark, and fall into a deep sleep. There would, of course, be other things in between.But this is how it will be in reality: we’ll close our laptops and go upstairs, he to his room, I…
  • Longing For Those Good Old (Sticky) Days

    16 Jun 2013 | 9:37 am
    Have you seen that scene in Bridesmaids where the mom of three complains about her boys mausterbating all over the house? I love that scene. It's a relief to finally hear someone tell the truth about kids.At 17 and 15 mine are past that sticky blanket phase, but we got other things going on. Daughter convinced me that buying one of those tall cans of Arizona iced tea and getting one free was a good deal.  I'm not really in favor of buying drinks with no nutritional value, except beer, but I agreed.The following day, her younger brother expressed interest in the second can and I told…
  • Micro Brews, Spinach and Ex-husbands

    17 May 2013 | 1:54 pm
    What was I talking about?  Oh yeah, encouraging my kids to eat drugs. Well, here's another subject I get a D- in: Arguing in Front of the Children. As I mentioned, my ex-husband and I still live together.  It's called birdnesting.  The idea is, that since the kids didn't get a divorce, they shouldn't be shuffled from place to place.  With birdnesting, the kids stay in the house, and the parents take turns staying with them.  Only we don't take turns.  Cause we  can't afford it  think it's better for the family.  We each have our…
  • How Not to Talk to Your Teen About Drugs

    11 May 2013 | 6:17 am
    Something is terribly wrong in my household. Instead of me reprimanding my kids for what they say, they reprimand me.  I'm constantly getting, "Mom, you can't mention your love of beer on Facebook.  You're a teacher."  Really?  As if the two aren't part of a symbiotic relationship.I'm also told not to talk to my kids' friends about my politics.  "Please, mom. No lectures about factories in Bangladesh.  Just drive us to the mall."There is no backlash from teens in my fantasy life.Like the other day.  When I was watching a sitcom with all three of them and a…
 
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    Nanny Goats in Panties

  • A Humorous Take on Bullying

    Margaret
    11 Jul 2014 | 4:49 pm
    Yes, I am perfectly aware of the fact that my blogging has fallen off lately, thank you SO MUCH for mentioning it. The problem is, I’ve gotten my mitts into many other projects that are eating up my life, not the least of which was co-producing, co-directing, and performing in the Sacramento Listen to Your Mother show. But that was in May, you cry. And I don’t even live in Sacramento, so how the bleepity bleep can I see this “performance” of yours, you continue to whimper? My, what a drama queen you are. And a whiner. But! Cry no more, my little nanny goats, as there…
  • Of Name Tags and Psychotic Birds

    Margaret
    13 Jun 2014 | 4:56 pm
    So I’m at this thing the other day, you know, one of those events where you walk in the door and they check you in and give you a name tag to clip on your person, along with a wine glass, and you feel awkward at first because you arrived alone so the first thing you do is scrape the room for a familiar face so you can immediately cling to him or her while you get your insecure bearings in order? Yeah, one of those. Anyway, as I’m bouncing from one familiar face to another, tasting wine and bacon-wrapped shrimps on sticks, there are people here who feel important because they were…
  • How to Get to 10,000 Steps on Your Fitbit

    Margaret
    18 May 2014 | 11:08 am
    Hello! And welcome to Exercise is Futile, the program where we show you all the crazy ways to move your body around even though we all know its pointless because you’ll probably get run over by a giant duck wearing a bow tie on his way to the dentist tomorrow anyway, am I right? I am your host, Suzy Tiptoes, and on today’s program, we’re going to tell you how to get your 10,000 steps in while traveling. First, fly somewhere. Anywhere. Make sure your flight connects to another one via the Dallas Fort-Worth airport with a five-hour layover. Second, fly American Airlines…
  • And Now There’s a Cloud in the Cloud

    Margaret
    31 Mar 2014 | 7:09 pm
    You’re probably wondering what the hell I’m doing here when I am up to my eyeballs in goose livers, but my housemate and I decided to take a break from all the poultry guts and celebrate our 14th wedding anniversary per our usual tradition of running off to the casino and spending the night. And with past annual visits resulting in power outages and thievery, we thought, what could possibly happen this time? And so it was I’m yanking the one arm bandit’s chain when my phone vibrates urgently at me to tell me about a tornado warning and severe thunderstorms IN MY AREA…
  • Choosing Baby Names for Asphalt

    Margaret
    28 Feb 2014 | 11:40 am
    Call me a small stuff sweater. Because I can totally sweat the small stuff when I am of the mind. Take street names, for example. Here in Sacramento, after it ran out of letters to name the streets in this town, and before it got so suburb-happy, somebody came along and named a bunch of major streets in one area as follows: Edison Ave., Watt Ave., Howe Ave., Fulton Ave., Northrup Ave., Arden Way, Bell Ave., Morse Ave., Whitney Ave., Marconi Ave., etc… Great. I don’t have a problem with that. It’s got a nice theme and I can dance to it. However, when some bozo in a cubicle is…
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    キッヴァコ

  • 干物男

    user140
    2 Jul 2014 | 5:48 am
  • 映画『ツナグ』のストーリー紹介(遠藤憲一・八千草薫編)

    user140
    29 Jun 2014 | 4:25 am
    人生を歩んでいく中で、大切な人と死に別れたという経験がある人 もいるでしょう。 私の好きな映画の一つである作品『ツナグ』では、さまざまなシチ ュエーションに応じて、ツナグである青年:歩美が実際に依頼者と 会いたいと願った死者を仲介し『ツナグ』ことで、心のつながりと はどういうことなのか。また、ツナグとはどういうものなのかを知 っていく映画だといっていいでしょう。…
  • ビタミンA誘導体であるトレチノイン酸

    ctwamc
    12 Jun 2014 | 11:53 pm
    女性が読む雑誌においてまるでリンパ液の滞りの代名詞のように語られる「浮腫」には大きく2種類に分けると、体のどこかに潜んでいる病気による浮腫と、病気のない健康体にも現れる浮腫があるそうだ。 動かずに硬直した状態では血行が良くありません。結果的に、下まぶたなどの顔のあらゆる筋繊維の力が低下してしまいます。そこで顔全体の筋肉も適切なストレッチをして、しばしば緊張をほぐすことが重要です。…
  • 逃げることも正しいこと

    user140
    12 Jun 2014 | 1:22 am
    日本の文化として、逃げることはいけないことと言われている節が あります。 確かに仕事ですから忍耐力は多少なりとも必要でしょう。 しかし、逃げることをためらったばかりに鬱になる人が多いとも聞 きます。 パワーハラスメントが当たり前に、行われている中、一部の弱い社 員だけ逃げることを禁止されては、鬱になるのも当然ですよね。 体のことを責めたてる、仕事以外のことで悪くいって、誹謗中署す…
  • クレンジングに

    user095
    11 Jun 2014 | 4:56 am
    メーク用品 に関するインターネット上のコミュニティ などを見て、綺麗 になることへのやる気 を維持 したいですね。 あと 根本的に たるみを感じるポイント は、目の下や頬などの油脂 部位 が多い部位 ですね 。 予め 話題 な商品にはときたま 意識を向けていくとよいかもしれませんね。 そうそう、肌 の状態 にまつわる種々の 要素 から、肌 の保湿 が減ってくることは、最も大きい リスク に繋がるのです。 毎度 スキン のケア…
 
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    MAD KANE'S HUMOR BLOG

  • Virtual Blog Tour: Welcome To My Mad World

    madkane
    25 Jul 2014 | 2:37 pm
    A wonderful poet, Daniel Ari, honored me with his invitation to participate in the Virtual Blog Tour. And if you’re not familiar with Daniel’s poetry, you owe it to yourself to pay his blog and his blog tour post a visit. Actually … many visits. Wait. Where are you going? I didn’t mean for you to visit him right this very minute. You have to at least pretend to read my post first. Okay, now that I’ve recaptured your attention, I should probably explain the concept behind the Virtual Blog Tour. As best as I can figure out, it’s a method of introducing our…
  • Limerick Ode To “Tell An Old Joke Day”

    madkane
    24 Jul 2014 | 1:59 pm
    Happy Tell An Old Joke Day!” (July 24) Limerick Ode To “Tell An Old Joke Day” By Madeleine Begun Kane Some men seem compelled to keep telling Ancient jokes. There is simply no quelling Their need to assail us, Assault and regale us With stale, endless tales uncompelling.
  • Bathroom Signs Shouldn’t Be In Code (Limerick)

    madkane
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:14 pm
    According to this video, I’m not the only person who sometimes finds bathroom signs confusing. Bathroom Signs Shouldn’t Be In Code (3-Verse Limerick) By Madeleine Begun Kane Sipping drinks at a trendy new bar, I’m hoping the john isn’t far. I rush off on my quest For a bathroom addressed To my needs and find symbols bizarre. So which one’s for gals? Which for guys? Posting puzzles for drinkers ain’t wise. I start ravin’: “Be clear! Tell us ‘Females Go Here.’” But alas, I must guess and … surprise! I walk in and find…
  • Weather Wariness (Limerick)

    madkane
    21 Jul 2014 | 11:25 am
    Weather Wariness (Limerick) By Madeleine Begun Kane New York’s weather, right now, is delicious. Its loveliness makes me suspicious: Are we being set up For a fall? I fear yup, We are in for some elements vicious.
  • Rash Limerick (Limerick-Off Monday)

    madkane
    19 Jul 2014 | 7:08 pm
    It’s Limerick-Off time, once again. And that means I write a limerick, and you write your own, using the same first line. Then you post your limerick here and, if you’re a Facebook user, on Facebook too. The best submission will be crowned Limerick Of The Week. (Here’s last week’s Limerick Of The Week Winner.) How will your poems be judged? By meter, rhyme, cleverness, and humor. (If you’re feeling a bit fuzzy about limerick writing rules, here’s my How To Write A Limerick article.) I’ll announce the Limerick of the Week Winner next Sunday, right before I post next week’s…
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    Dilbert Daily Strip

  • Comic for July 25, 2014

    24 Jul 2014 | 10:00 pm
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    20 Jul 2014 | 10:00 pm
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    CAP News

  • Study Links Living To Higher Risk Of Death

    14 Jul 2014 | 4:11 am
    STANFORD, Calif. (CAP) - A new study in the American Journal Of Medicine finds that sentient beings who are alive stand a much higher risk of death than those who are not. Further, the study suggests that the risk of death continues to increase the longer the being is alive. "We believe our analysis is valid for non-sentient beings as well, but we'll need a bit more research before determining whether those results are conclusive," said study author Dr. Willoughby McDaniels. "But if I had to guess, I'd say yes. Yes, they are." Researchers noted that while certain factors play an integral role…
  • World Gang Expo 2014 Kicks Off In LA

    10 Jul 2014 | 4:58 am
    LOS ANGELES (CAP) - They come from all walks of gang life, from as far away as the Manistee River Maulers to Gangster Crip Local 118 just down the street. Despite their differences, they come for one purpose: to learn how to better themselves in their chosen profession of gangbanging. "For graffiti, you hit the Puto Marks Trade Show. For guns, the Red Zone Rosco Convention," said event organizer William '40 Ounce' DelGuizzi, AKA WD40. "But we be where it's at." Where it's at is the Los Angeles Convention Center, and when it's at is the rest of this week and all next week. The World Gang Expo…
  • Trapper Keeper Breast Pumps: Back To School Must

    9 Jul 2014 | 4:48 am
    RICHMOND, Va. (CAP) - As the back-to-school selling season gets into full swing, retailers across the nation are once again filling their aisles with a full range of scholastically insignificant products. From book bags, pencil cases and colostomy bags, to protractors, foot powder and jumper cables, the shelves are filling up with back-to-school necessities, non-necessities and anything labeled Trapper Keeper. "I didn't even know they made Trapper Keepers anymore," said Stacy McConnell as she shopped with her husband, Vladimir, and their daughter, Juanita-LaQuisha-Ann. "Now, it seems like…
  • Tony The Tiger Admits Frosted Flakes Are 'Pretty Good' At Best

    7 Jul 2014 | 3:29 am
    BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (CAP) - Famed breakfast icon Tony the Tiger admits in his tell-all autobiography that the cereal which he has touted as "grrrrreat" for over 60 years has actually only been "pretty good at best" for quite a while now. "You pour the milk and you've got, what, a minute tops before that bowl turns into something you could patch drywall with?" Tony told CAP News in an exclusive phone interview from his Baton Rouge, LA home. "Now imagine what it tastes like after a six-hour shoot for a commercial. "They're grrrrross!" he bellowed. In the book, Tony details his struggles with…
  • IRS "Didn't Know" Agent Retired In 2003

    2 Jul 2014 | 6:55 am
    WASHINGTON (CAP) - Officials for the Internal Revenue Service are scratching their heads today, trying to figure out how an agent who retired in 2003 still has a cubicle, a caseload, and an entry into the annual office Secret Santa drawing. According to emails the CAP News Forensics Team was able to recover from hard drives discarded by the agency, Roderick Sampson worked for the IRS for over 30 years and actually may have died in 2009. "To be honest, I hadn't really noticed because we didn't talk a lot," said co-worker Neil Carter. "But that does explain why we hadn't had ole Rod's cream…
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    Jokes2Go Daily Humor

  • Today's Poem

    25 Jul 2014 | 5:05 pm
    Dr. Seuss Meets Fornigate -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- I am Starr. Starr I are. I'm a brilliant barri-star. I'm here to ask, as you'll soon see, Did you grope Miss Lew-in-sky? Did you grope her in your house? Did you grope beneath her blouse? Did she give you gifts and ties? Were you spied by prying eyes? I did not do that here or there! I did not do that anywhere! I did not do that in a chair! I went not near her giant hair! I did not join -- even for fun, The Mile High Club in Air Force One, So stow your feathers and your tar, I did not do her Starr you are! Did you smile? Did you…
  • Today's Joke

    25 Jul 2014 | 5:05 pm
    Patient: Doctor, I have a serious memory problem. I can't remember anything! Doctor: So, since when did you have this problem? Patient: What problem?
  • Today's Story

    25 Jul 2014 | 5:05 pm
    When I was in college, a colleague at WTBS (no, not the Turner superstation, but the 14-watt campus radio station from which Turner later bought the call letters) _swore_ that he heard an announcer say "This is the Canadian Broadcorping Castration..."
  • Today's Quote

    25 Jul 2014 | 5:05 pm
    Some of the greatest writers this world has ever known have written their finest works while happily and blissfully drunk...and so shall I.
 
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    Karmaloop Coupons - Promo Codes, Rep Codes, Discount Codes for Karmalooop.com

  • G-Shock

    blogger
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:26 am
    Brand History Featuring bleeding Japanese technology and a tough-as-nails exterior, G-Shock watches are renowned throughout the world as much for their sleek designs as for the incredible technology that make them virtually life proof. Established by global Japanese tech brand, Casio in 1984, G-Shock has definitely crushed the notion that timepieces are delicate accessories that should be worn with care. All G-Shock watches are waterproof, shockproof, and vibration-proof! The G-Shock prototype design was created by acclaimed designer, Kikuo Ibe. All G-Shock watches go through an incredibly…
  • Ezra Wine

    blogger
    19 Jul 2014 | 7:59 pm
    Brand History Ezra Wine is a renowned fashion designer who established his namesake-clothing label in NYC in 2005. A Chicago native, Ezra has always known he’d be into designing clothing because it is in his blood. His father was an art student at the University of Indiana while his mother worked in a garment center for more than 40 years. When the family moved to New York in 1967, Ezra decided it was the perfect moment to do what he loved best, designing clothes. Ezra Wine began his career in fashion during the mid-90s as a Polo Ralph Lauren collection and by 2004, transitioned into a…
  • Emnace

    blogger
    17 Jul 2014 | 7:23 am
    Brand History Emnace is a Seattle streetwear label established by two creatives, Kris and Michael in 2008. Kris is tasked to manage the company while Michael is the creative designer of Emnace clothing. The brand was launched in 2009 but it wasn’t until 2009 did they debuted the brand officially. Featuring a growing range of shirts, crewnecks, sweaters and beanies, Emnace is a premier streetwear label aiming to represent how we live. By visualizing originality forecasted by the Emnace co-founders’ minds, they turn every thought into a fashion statement. Emnace puts emphasis on all…
  • DCI

    blogger
    13 Jul 2014 | 6:39 am
    Brand History DCI or Décor Craft Inc. is a décor and designing company established in 1998 by Roni Kabessa. Roni has long been a fan of funky home items that brighten certain areas of the home while also serving a purpose. From this design philosophy, he created DCI, a place where innovative, fresh homeware is found. Every item not only enhances the living space but also adds character to your home. From modern lamps to cool kitchen mitts, DCI designs are rooted in modern urban living, fashion and your lifestyle demands. DCI products are available in selected stores including online at…
  • BLK MRKT

    blogger
    9 Jul 2014 | 12:40 am
    Brand History BLK MRKT is a Los Angeles lifestyle brand that was originally launched in 1997 by Kinsey, Shepard Fairey and Phillip DeWolff as an ad company. The concept behind the organization was to round up all the promising artists and designers who share the same passion for street culture, music and art. In the beginning, BLK MRKT and its founders were looking to inject visually engaging adverts as well as deliver branding services at the same time, become a place for the BLK MRKT team’s other interests and passions. By 2001, BLK MRKT became an art gallery, which is only the natural…
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    Luggage Tuesdays

  • Hack List June 2014

    30 Jun 2014 | 7:46 am
    Here's what hacky as of now:Binge viewing television series and realizing at great lengths you'll go not to read a book.Telling people you cut the cord on television, yet blog "deep-cut" episode recaps.People and television in general.
  • Hack List May 2014

    30 Jun 2014 | 7:42 am
    Here's what's hacky months ago:When the paperboy cycles by your house and you're like, "Where's my paper?" and he's like, "It's online."When you discover the person who coined the term "donkey punch" is still a virgin.People in general.
  • Hack List April 2014

    30 Jun 2014 | 7:23 am
    Here's what's hacky months ago:That scene in the movie where the leads drive and sing along to a song on the radio, and you're all like, "Fuck, I hope my car radio doesn't get stolen while I'm at the movies."That scene in the movie the hero hangs up the phone without saying "bye" and you're all like, "I wish I can hang up on people without saying good-bye. In fact, there's a lot of things I rue about my life."Movies, in general.
  • Hack List March 2014

    30 Jun 2014 | 7:05 am
    Here's what's hacky months ago:That episode of The Muppet Show when no one in the audience laughed.That episode of Two And A Half Men where the men apologize to the kid about all that inappropriate language.TV in general
  • Audio: My Story on @WriteClubSF

    11 May 2014 | 5:31 pm
    Last December, I competed in Write Club SF, a monthly live fiction show. I've posted my story and now the Write Club kids have posted the audio. Take a listen:
 
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    PassiveAggressiveNotes.com

  • My babies shouldn’t need to witness your shady antics!

    Kerry
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:28 am
    Due to some recent stressful events, Daniel in Brisbane recently started smoking cigarettes again after 10 years of going without. “To avoid embarassing questions from people I know, I take steps to avoid smelling like cigarette smoke,” he says — including leaving work and parking next to a rail line, on the opposite side of any residential buildings. (Admittedly, a wee bit shady.) Well, somebody noticed. Daniel found this note on his windshield.   related:  Blowing smoke  
  • Stand down, wedding guests

    Kerry
    17 Jul 2014 | 1:42 pm
    Spotted at a wedding in Texas. Says our submitter, “The food was BBQ. The DJ never made the announcement for seconds.”   related: The bride will be accepting gifts
  • In the news: Passive-aggressive watermelon carving?

    Kerry
    15 Jul 2014 | 12:16 pm
    A Connecticut man was arrested last night for allegedly slicing a watermelon in a passive-aggressive manner. According to the police report, the woman said she felt the man was resorting to “passive-aggressive” tactics to “intimidate her because he is angry at her.” According to the Register-Citizen: The woman…was greeted by the sight of a watermelon, pierced by Cervillino’s large butcher knife, sitting on the kitchen counter top, police said. Cervillino walked in seconds later, and without saying anything, began slicing pieces of the watermelon. Now, this site is notoriously…
  • The taking tree

    Kerry
    10 Jul 2014 | 10:36 am
    Our submitter lives in a group of eight cottages in Alameda, California. She writes: “One of my neighbors, Mark, has a lemon tree and he always tells everyone to ‘Help themselves!’ However, last week, someone took the last lemon — which really upset Mark. A couple hours later, we noticed what looked like a peach on the lemon tree.” related: The right to bear fruit
  • But what does the fox say?

    Kerry
    8 Jul 2014 | 5:17 pm
    Writes Kate in Pensacola, Florida: “There’s a new subdivision going up near me, and the farmer next door is NOT happy about it.” (And then, of course, there’s the city version…) related: Oh, the rancher and the McMansioner should be friends
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    Guyism » Humor

  • The 28 worst people at every dinner party

    Douglas Charles
    25 Jul 2014 | 2:57 pm
    Thrillist Going to dinner parties with friends is a good change of pace, but sometimes there are less-than-savory characters who show up at those kind of shindigs and ruin everything for everyone else. Here are the 28 worst people at every dinner party. [LINK]
  • Here’s 154 of the funniest photos on the Internet (aka Must See Imagery)

    Cass Anderson
    25 Jul 2014 | 2:30 pm
    Imgur/pricklypete In this weekend’s Must See Imagery we take a look at the 50 funniest photos I came across this week. Pulling from Catsmob, TheChive, and Facebook…there’s a little something for everyone today. For more pics you should definitely check out our massive library of ‘Must See Imagery’ because I can actually guarantee you’ll find something you like. catsmob Facebook/Dontpokethebear So that’s what it looks like, eh? Facebook/No Hope For The Human Race Silly bird, go home, you’re drunk. Facebook/Dontpokethebear You don’t mess…
  • Carlos Gomez videobombed Mark Reynolds dressed as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle

    Chris Illuminati
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:07 pm
    Mark Reynolds was a guest on Intentional Talk yesterday. So did Leonardo of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Except it was Carlos Gomez dressed the part. [via The Big Lead]
  • Here’s what happens when you don’t call a woman back after a date

    Chris Illuminati
    25 Jul 2014 | 11:56 am
    They do stuff like this. Seriously, customer service dudes must get a ton of chicks in moments like this, right? NEXT: 12 disturbingly honest dating confessions
  • Women 101: A guide to understanding the female species

    Douglas Charles
    25 Jul 2014 | 11:39 am
    Caveman Circus Truth be told, we as men will never truly understand women, but here are a few humorous tips that might just put you a little bit closer. Eh, probably not. [LINK]
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    Regretful Morning

  • The Carnage! (GIF)

    Jason
    25 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
    What is a cat’s way of keeping law & order? Claw... Read More
  • Elon Musk On The Colbert Report (9:41)

    Jason
    25 Jul 2014 | 10:22 am
    The real life Tony Stark aka Elon Musk visited Stephen Colbert last night to show off some of his current projects. This is why he is my man... Read More
  • Weekly WTF Is Here (15 Pics)

    Jason
    25 Jul 2014 | 10:00 am
    It's time again for Weekly WTF. Have an image that belongs here?  Submit your weekly WTF images by tweeting @regretfulmorn... Read More
  • It’s Too Hot For Bras (15 Pics)

    Jason
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    It's the hottest part of the summer and faulty air conditioners are a dime a dozen.  To combat the heat, we shed clothing.  These ladies will... Read More
  • Pornhub to Release Coolio Music

    Matt Pass
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:34 am
    When browsing through categories on your favorite porn site, you may soon find something surprising between "condom" and "copulating"--"Coolio."... Read More
 
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    Stuff Christians Like

  • Cynicism is a shield. Hope is a hammer.

    Jon
    22 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    This is a verse I started carrying in my pocket last week. Here are a few things I think about it. 1. “Taste,” seems like an invitation or a dare. I dare you to try. I dare you to believe for just a second. To not get wrapped up in every bad experience you’ve had with fake Christians or mean churches or any of the clutter that can accompany Christianity. Just taste. 2. “see that the Lord is good,” is one of the hardest things for me to believe sometimes. In my head I know it. I believe he is good, but there are days when I struggle to accept that. To rest in…
  • How to Hillbilly Up a Worship Song.

    Jon
    15 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    A few weeks ago, I made fun of my friend Sojourner because he wore a tiger shirt on stage. I teased him because I was jealous that he could pull off a shirt with a full tiger face with no degree of irony. He is simply that cool. He didn’t even reference the shirt during the announcements he was reading from stage. I am not nearly that cool. Even saying the phrase “Snapback” in reference to a hat seems like something I am not cool enough to do. In retaliation, he bought me a shirt, the majesty of which is probably going to explode your computer. I have named it “Freedom,” here it is:…
  • Well actually, the Sabbath is Saturday.

    Jon
    7 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    It’s hard to believe that the World Cup is almost over. Soon we’ll have to say goodbye to loads of games, exciting international play, and … the friend who tells you to call it “football” not “soccer.” I love this friend, but only if they call the NFL, “American football.” And they better call the field “the pitch” and be able to name a player other than Ronaldo. If you’re going to chastise me for saying the word “soccer” which is Greek for “seriously, why are we arguing about this over a veggie plate at a…
  • The “everyone is on vacation, anything goes church service,” AKA tomorrow.

    Jon
    5 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    (I can’t believe we’ve been kicking around this site for 6 years. It’s become a tradition that 4th of July weekend I repost the piece that started the Skittles running joke and let the cat out of the bag about how church is going to be. Consider this your guide to what’s going to happen at your church tomorrow if you live in the United States.) It is a poorly kept secret that the weekend before or after a big holiday, your church is going to do things a little differently than on most Sundays. That is, with a large portion of the congregation out on vacation, they’re…
  • 31 Signs You Might Be a Pastor’s Kid.

    Jon
    2 Jul 2014 | 2:00 am
    (Today is a guest post from Barnabas Piper. He’s a pastor’s kid, just like me. You might have heard of his dad, Bill Piper. I’m kidding, it’s John. If you’d like to write a guest post, click here!)  Back in the 90s, comedian Jeff Foxworthy did a bit called “You Might Be a Redneck if . . .” What followed the “if” was something like “ . . .your wife’s hairdo has ever been destroyed by a ceiling fan” or “ . . .you refer to the 5th grade as ‘my senior year’.” I have developed my own set of criteria to help pick out pastors’ kids (PKs).
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    Beauty Tips For MinistersBeauty Tips For Ministers

  • Press Conferences

    PeaceBang
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:03 am
    Dearest pigeons, Your comments in my last post were beautiful and I thank you for them. I thank you for sharing yourselves with me and with each other, and I encourage all of you to read all the comments, as they are testimony to the pain and intensity each of us bear in the service of the ministry. I want to shift gears to public ministry and clergy image now, but with one more transitional remark, which is to say that I received a piece of hate mail this morning for my part in a press conference yesterday in support of immigrant families in my community. The letter basically called me a…
  • Reach Out, Check-In

    PeaceBang
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:24 pm
    Dear ones, I haven’t written in awhile because I have been so busy I kind of forgot I was PeaceBang! This is my first summer taking shorter vacation periods interspersed with work. It’s a whole new rhythm. I said to my leaders, “Hey, if I drop from exhaustion in February I’ll know that I should have taken a longer summer vacation!” We try new things, we learn. One thing that is not new is how deeply we bear our work and our calling. Although I often caution clergy about getting “too precious” about the way we talk about ministry, the fact is that it…
  • Pants Rant

    PeaceBang
    10 Jul 2014 | 8:19 am
    Oh, sure Eileen Fisher, just go ahead with your ridiculously expensive cotton clothes and your hideous cut-off-at-the-calf breezy summer pants that so many of my colleagues will be wearing this summer and undercutting their own DIGNITY as they worship the false idols of COMFORT, Eileen, they do and you KNOW that. So you DESIGN these pants on PURPOSE and MARKET them to women who convince themselves that just because they can pull on these pants that they actually FIT which they Do NOT, Eileen, these pants do not FIT ANYONE and the reason for that is that you never DESIGN ANYTHING THAT HAS AN…
  • Big Suit Jackets Make You Look Like A Little Boy Dressing In Dad’s Clothes

    PeaceBang
    7 Jul 2014 | 5:38 am
    Click on the photo to enlarge. So, Mike comes up to me and says, “Hey PeaceBang, I’m in a jacket, spiffy huh?” or words to that effect. This happens to me all the time when I am with my people: they tease. And I’m like, “Oh, OKAY, so you think you can tease the Bang, huh?” Because deep down in my heart, I know that when people approach me that way, they really do want to engage, and so we do. I appreciate their great details like no one else but maybe an attentive spouse will (“Those socks are FABULOUS!!”) and we giggle and chat and have a great…
  • She’s Rocking The Pop Of Color

    PeaceBang
    6 Jul 2014 | 2:58 pm
    One of the great joys of General Assembly is to see, and squeeze, dear pigeons with whom I otherwise connect only in cyber relationship. Recent seminary graduate, Leslie Jarzabski, is one of those dear pigeons, and it was lovely to meet her for a coffee date at what she charmingly referred to as “Bucks of Star.” We talked about ministry and chaplaincy and all sorts of things of deep import, including LIPSTICK. Because she was wearing amazing lippy and of course I had to inquire about it. She is wearing Nars The Multiple in Puerto Vallarta on her cheeks and Nars Satin Lip Pencil in…
 
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    The Junk Drawer

  • If Grammar is So Hard, What Hope Do We Have for World Peace, Really?

    Kathy
    12 Jul 2014 | 6:06 am
    Amazon just yelled at me in an email to get off my ass and blog more. Apparently, they like it if the people who subscribe to Junk Drawer on Kindle actually get something they pay for. Since I haven’t written in a month, I got flagged for being a slacker. Sorry Kindle people! I promise to do better and stop writing exclusively for The Facebook. Starting with two grammar failures I found on TV graphics within 12 hours of each other. Signs the world is going to hell in a hand basket: unnecessary apostrophes and misspellings. First, this one had me confused because the TV was muted and I…
  • Maybe Poke It With a Stick?

    Kathy
    1 Jun 2014 | 12:29 pm
    I had no intention of walking ten miles today, I really didn’t. In fact, when I went to bed last night, it was with such a creaky body I figured I would spend all of today on the couch. Instead, I woke up feeling like my whole body had been replaced with one that actually works. When that happens, you take every advantage of it, especially since I’ve suffered from some recurring, frustrating knee pain lately. Pain that’s kept me from doing any kind of meaningful exercise. Since I had zero pain today, I set out to do one or two miles. Which turned into four, which turned into six and…
  • When Is a Walk Not a Walk? When It’s a Near-Death Experience

    Kathy
    27 Apr 2014 | 10:36 am
    Note: Long read ahead. The TL;DR version is this – Went for a walk with a friend. Walk turned into a getting-lost hike in unfamiliar wilderness. Thought I would die. Didn’t die. Now for the long version. Yesterday I met up for lunch with my good blogging friend Valerie. We met halfway between where we each live, in Whitehouse, NJ. After lunch she suggested we go for a walk. "Sure! Let’s!" She pulled out her iPhone and asked Siri for nearby parks. We were going to drive to one park, but passed a different place Siri mentioned that was closer and stopped there instead, Round…
  • Lunatic in Aisle 9

    Kathy
    11 Apr 2014 | 4:57 pm
    It’s always something with me. I went to Wegmans after work today for some grocery shopping. Grabbed one of those two-tiered shopping carts that are smaller than a regular cart, but bigger than a hand basket. I got about 10 feet from the cart corral before realizing I had an unbelievably loud and annoying “crazy wheel” in the front. You know, the one that does whatever it wants, when it wants. The bad seed. Because I always think I can somehow jerk it back into a normal wheel position and make it behave, I kept using the cart – pushing harder, making zig zag turns, cursing at it –…
  • Local Woman Finds and Disposes of Mysterious Candy Found in Office

    Kathy
    26 Mar 2014 | 4:37 pm
    BETHLEHEM, PA – A local woman found a smashed doughnut-shaped sugared jelly candy on the floor of her office that she claims she never purchased. Kathy Frederick, 48, of Bethlehem, PA discovered the candy while pushing her chair away from her desk and standing up. “I was like OMG, that’s not my candy,” she said. “I never eat those. They stick in your teeth. Where did this come from?” Frederick, a computing consultant at Lehigh University, said she often takes candy from her supervisor’s candy dish, but reported that sugared jelly is not among the selections. “I have no idea…
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    Joel Klebanoff: Stuff & NonsenseJoel Klebanoff: Stuff & Nonsense

  • Incomprehensible Contrasts: Gaza/17

    Joel Klebanoff
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:12 am
    Scientists have searched for years and billions of dollars have been expended, but there is still no cure for AIDS. There are drugs that can turn it into a chronic disease rather than a near-term death sentence. However, that is not a cure. As I understand it, it’s a life sentence of a brutal, rigorous […]Possibly Related Posts:Debunking Medical MythsNarrow MindednessAncient PornA Certain History?Misplaced Riots; Misplaced Economics
  • Narrow Mindedness

    Joel Klebanoff
    3 Feb 2014 | 2:22 pm
    I contend that most of us are narrow minded. As I wrote the previous sentence I had a vision of the fingers of the majority of the few people who come here immediately pouncing on their keyboards to pound out an exceptionally fervent agreement or disagreement with that statement. Or maybe they’ll get defensive and […]Possibly Related Posts:See Better Weight Loss ResultsImponderablesSun BlockHealthful MeditationThe Improbability of You
  • Imponderables

    Joel Klebanoff
    20 Jan 2014 | 2:25 pm
     There are, to say the absolutely very least, a great many phenomena in the universe that I find to be imponderable; at least not ponderable in any more than purely superficial, meaningful way. Other people may find it possible to not just ponder some of them deeply and meaningfully, but also actually understand them. I […]Possibly Related Posts:Narrow MindednessSun BlockSee Better Weight Loss ResultsA Certain History?Cornering the Web Content Market
  • A Certain History?

    Joel Klebanoff
    14 Jan 2014 | 1:52 pm
    A riddle recently raced across my mind, pausing in its journey through the dust it found there only long enough for me to jot it down. I found the riddle interesting. You, on the other hand, may find it boring, nonsensical and/or irrelevant and curse me for once again wasting your time by babbling childish […]Possibly Related Posts:ImponderablesIncomprehensible Contrasts: Gaza/17Narrow MindednessFirst TimesSmartphone Obsessed
  • The Improbability of You

    Joel Klebanoff
    8 Jan 2014 | 7:32 am
    Here’s a notion that lodged in my brain recently: You are astronomically unlikely. To be clear, I don’t mean specifically you. I mean each of us, with us being everyone alive now, everyone who has ever lived, and everyone who will ever be born. In short, I’m referring to everyone ever. What nonsense am I […]Possibly Related Posts:Urgent AppealNarrow MindednessEvil Childhood DreamsRevolving Door EtiquetteDebunking Medical Myths
 
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  • The 13 weirdest deaths in history!

    Nikos Kontorigas
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:36 am
    Nowadays, you get to hear that you have to live your life like there’s no tomorrow. Some of us do and that’s great actually because, if you read the list below you will understand that the cause of death can be varied, at least, and sometimes ridiculous. It goes without saying though, that the following people were certainly very unlucky. 1. Joao Maria de Souza from Brazil was killed in 2013 when a cow fell from the roof into his house, while he was asleep. Yeap, it is possible 2. Clement Vallandigham, a lawyer, was killed when he accidentally shot himself, while trying to prove…
  • Mystery sites around the world

    Nikos Kontorigas
    13 Jul 2014 | 7:55 am
    What’s a better mystery to solve, than a strange site with significant meaning somewhere on Earth? These sites are linked with stories or unexplained phenomena that defy rational explanation. Let’s see 4 of them that will trigger some unanswered questions. Nazca Lines, Peru In southern Peru there are a number of large, huge drawings on the hard sand of the desert, which are only seen from above. Were made by any extraterrestrial species? From a height, you can clearly distinguish a monkey, a spider or even a hummingbird. The American archaeologist Christina Conlee ensures that the…
  • A death metal band plays its music in an airtight box for more 20 minutes!

    Nikos Kontorigas
    10 Jul 2014 | 3:09 am
    The Portuguese artist João Onofre and the British death metal band, Unfathomable Ruination made a truly diverse performance in London. The artist created a soundproof airtight steel box, in which the band got locked in and played music until they run out of breath! João Onofre and Unfathomable Ruination This installation consists of an object and a performance, while the object is a copy of a sculpture by Tony Smith called Die who is a minimalist creator of North America. The performance, which is seen when the door is open will be the death metal band, said Joao Onofre. The band is locked…
  • ChessBoxing | Chess and boxing combined in one sport!

    Nikos Kontorigas
    8 Jul 2014 | 8:48 am
    Picture a great boxing fight… The two fighters fighting each other with all their might. Then, the bell rings and they lower their guard, go to their corners to take off their gloves, approach the centre of the ring and play chess! This happens when two noble sports such as chess and boxing were combined for the sake of ChessBoxing. Chess Boxing Since the concept was first seen in London in 2008, the unusual sport began to gain fans and popularity worldwide. From Los Angeles and Tokyo to Amsterdam, Berlin and Krasnoyarsk  in Russia, the audience is always way too excited and never…
  • Five weird and wonderful surgical procedures

    Editor
    8 Jul 2014 | 7:42 am
    Laser hair removal Are you regularly mistaken for a yeti? Do your feet resemble that of a hobbit’s? Are you frequently asked to remove your jumper, only for the requester to realise that it’s actually just your hair-filled chest? Yeah, you might have an issue with your hair. Try out laser hair removal in London (the capital is your best bet for reliable surgery) to scythe off those follicles in a safe and completely non-invasive procedure. After about six visits, you’ll have skin that won’t resemble a Big Foot atop a shire horse. Get your elf on Some people really love The Lord of the…
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    Where the Hell Was I?

  • If the Bit Fits, You're in Deep Shit

    23 Jul 2014 | 5:52 pm
    (Need some science in your life? Of course you do! This week, the science fix over at Secondhand SCIENCE is all about electric bacteria. No, it's not a disease you catch from watching too many '80s breakdancing movies. I promise. Check it out.) I'm a tad OCD. Just a tad. I take even numbers of steps, eat French fries in pairs and dutifully eat every scrap of food on my plate. Don't always want it. Didn't always put it there. But by god, I eat it. Because I'm broken. But just a tad broken. This is why I didn't realize what hell I was unleashing a few weeks ago when I decided to get my wife a…
  • {Hi|Howdy|Hello}, You're a {Moron|Chowderhead|Boob}!

    15 Jul 2014 | 9:55 pm
    (You can't slow down science. And that includes Secondhand SCIENCE. This week, the topic is double-slit experiments. No, seriously. It's a physics thing. I didn't make a single sex joke in the whole piece. I know. I can't believe it, either. Go see.) Spammers are such a bunch of weenies. I think of people who barf spam into the world in the same way as a greasy old guy with a combover hitting on every young chick who walks into a bar. I mean, sure -- there's a shot at a big payoff. A minimal shot. Infinitesimal. Like, a girl would have to walk in, be struck blind, down a party ball full of…
  • Non-Proudly, Non-Presenting...

    9 Jul 2014 | 10:50 pm
    (Snap it up, science fans. This week's Secondhand SCIENCE super-informational snippet is about micelles, which are very important biochemical doohickeys. So obviously, the words are mostly about Tom Cruise, Waterworld and Frosted Mini-Wheats. Because science, duh.) I have one goal in life. That may not sound like much. But for a lot of years, I didn't have any particular goal in mind. So it's basically a one hundred percent increase. Maybe if I live until eighty, I'll have two goals. Or one and a half. There's no need to rush things. Anyway, my goal. It's simply to be present. Okay, so now it…
  • An Idiom's Guide to Idiots, or Possibly Vice Versa

    30 Jun 2014 | 10:43 pm
    (This week's dip into the science pool over at Secondhand SCIENCE is all about hypervelocity stars. No, it's not about Shia LaBeouf speeding down the PCH on a tricycle. It's definitely not about that. Maybe it should have been, but it's not. Go see. Speaking of things that are both quick and stellar, there's still time to catch our sketch group Always on Deck at the Somerville Theater on July 3rd or the Magnet Theater in New York City on July 7th. Have at it.) Some people tell me I'm too literal. But that's not true. Well. Not literally true. Maybe hypothetically, I'm too literal. Or…
  • Always on Deck, on Deck

    25 Jun 2014 | 9:39 am
    (This week's Secondhand SCIENCE silliness concerns the polymerase chain reaction -- or, as you laboratorial-type folks know it: PCR. Hop on over and see what polymerase -- and combovers and psychedelic drugs -- can do for you.) I've got family in town right now, so this will be short -- though I'm hoping to find time later in the week to talk about personal-space-invading spiders, or possibly two of my toes. Because those are topics that normal people think about, and write about in public on websites. No, you shut up. Anyway, for now I'll just leave a reminder that sketch group Always on…
 
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  • Vid Of The Day: Sisters

    Cary McNeal
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:48 pm
    Oddly amusing.
  • Monologue Of The Day: I’m the Guy Who Ties the Scarves Onto Steven Tyler’s Mic Stand

    Cary McNeal
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:08 am
    From McSweeney's Internet Tendency. I’m the Guy Who Ties the Scarves Onto Steven Tyler’s Mic Stand By Lukas Drake When people ask me what band I “tie” for I always jokingly say Slipknot but I’ve been Aerosmith’s official scarfsmith for longer than I can remember. Actually don’t remember much. A lot of decades of partying with the band’ll do that but it’s funny that something as stupid as
  • Photoshop Battle Of The Day: Mankini Flee

    Cary McNeal
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:51 am
    Good stuff from Reddit. The original photo: The spoofs:
  • Vid Of The Day: Realistic Mario & Koopa Shells

    Cary McNeal
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:44 am
    GARY!
  • Fun Words To Work Into Your Everyday Conversations

    Cary McNeal
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:53 am
    From Mental Floss. Kummerspeck (German) Excess weight gained from emotional overeating. Literally, grief bacon. Paper-belly A person unable to drink liquor straight, or one who grimaces after drinking. Petrichor The clean, pleasant smell that accompanies rain falling on dry ground. It’s from the Greek petra (stone) and ichor (the blood of Greek gods and goddesses). The term was coined by
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    21 Day Fix Reviews: Don't Buy it Until You Read This!

  • What is the 21 Day Fix Fitness Program?

    Samantha S. Meagher
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:58 pm
    What is Included in the 21 Day Fix?The Base Kit WorkoutsThe Ultimate Kit WorkoutsThe Challenge Pack WorkoutsIs There a Money-Back Guarantee?How Much Will Each 21 Day Fix Cost?Remember! So, I guess you have heard of the 21 Day Fix by Autumn Calabrese, a new fitness trainer from Beachbody, and you want to know what it’s all about and how much the workout program is. No need to worry because you will get to learn all that in the following 21 Day Fix review. The amazing feature of the program is the results you will get by following the nutrition guide as well as the workouts. The food…
  • Where to buy the 21 day fix?

    Samantha S. Meagher
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:56 pm
    21 days fix is the most recommended weight reduction program that promises 15 pounds weight loss within 21 days of short span. Yes, it is absolutely 3 weeks that are required you to shed 6 kilos of weight in the RIGHT places in the RIGHT way. Upon reading this for the first time, it is not easy to believe. But when there are people who published the fats after using this for 21 days, those results were miraculous! There is no hidden formula, no secret, it’s all well explained in a simple lay-man’s language as to how and why this program works. To understand more, let’s take a look at…
  • How Does the 21 Day Fix Work?

    Samantha S. Meagher
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:51 pm
    Have you ever wondered how 21 Day Fix really works? Are you overwhelmed with too much information about it on the Internet? If so, you have come to the right page. We will elaborate yet specify how 21 Day Fix really work wonders for your overall well-being. Let’s get the ball rolling! What is 21 Day Fix? 21 Day Fix from Beachbody includes quick, 30-minute workouts as well as well-detailed nutrition plan. The plan has 84-page nutrition/eating guide, which shows that it really focuses on the good nutrition to give good results. Some workout programs only concentrate on losing fat, and many of…
  • Does the 21 day fix work?

    Samantha S. Meagher
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:45 pm
    There are many questions, which people ask about 21 days fix workout plan. Why not, after all, there are 100’s of fake workout plans out there so it is always the better to question and then choose wisely. As a matter of fact, 21 days fix workout techniques are already showing a proven results on a lot of people who shared their winning figure on social media. Here are the answers to few very frequently asked questions. 21 days fix workouts are designed for whom? Absolutely for all of those who want to keep themselves strong. This fitness program is designed to bring out the best in you, in…
  • 21 day fix workouts: beach body workout plan

    Samantha S. Meagher
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:30 pm
    You must have tried different workout routines like hitting the gym, running, tried all the little ball workouts, pilates. But all these failed to provide the result to really wanted. To bring an end to all these hassles and endless workouts, the 21 day fix workouts are something you must try. Along with giving you positive results, it keeps you fit and healthy. The specialty of the workout is it is a good combination of cardio as well as strength training which is summed up in 30 minutes. It comes with a 7 day workout plan, which means you need to try one exercise every day, plus one extra…
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    YouTube: Comedy

  • Thank You Notes: Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes, Geysers, Boyz II Men

    The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
    18 Jul 2014 | 8:49 pm
    Thank You Notes: Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes, Geysers, Boyz II Men Jimmy pens thank you notes to fitness tracking devices, scrubs and other things. Subscribe NOW to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: http://bit.ly/1nwT1... From: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Views: 250361 2693 ratings Time: 03:26 More in Comedy
  • Gmod Scary Maps 5 - Intense Jump Scare, "Degreeses", Worst Ending (Garry's Mod Funny Moments)

    VanossGaming
    18 Jul 2014 | 5:23 pm
    Gmod Scary Maps 5 - Intense Jump Scare, "Degreeses", Worst Ending (Garry's Mod Funny Moments) Leave a Like if you enjoyed the vid! Thanks for the support :] New Instagram Page! - http://instagram.com/vanossinstagram New Spreadshirt Shops: US Shop - ht... From: VanossGaming Views: 2838415 67521 ratings Time: 13:05 More in Gaming
  • MY MORNING ROUTINE

    Smosh
    18 Jul 2014 | 12:09 pm
    MY MORNING ROUTINE Bloopers, BTS, and More! http://youtu.be/WCp4Gfj3GLg Button Bash w/ GAME GRUMPS: http://youtu.be/991S7a_OAHI Visit the Smosh Store! http://smo.sh/1gL5AiG Ian... From: Smosh Views: 2649751 92644 ratings Time: 04:39 More in Entertainment
  • EVERY VLOGBROTHERS PUNISHMENT!

    vlogbrothers
    18 Jul 2014 | 11:32 am
    EVERY VLOGBROTHERS PUNISHMENT! So I got a little confused about who owed what punishments and then we went a little overboard and with the help of a team of Nerdfighting researchers rooted... From: vlogbrothers Views: 290952 13491 ratings Time: 04:01 More in People & Blogs
  • Miranda Kerr Teaches Jimmy Butt-Toning Exercises

    The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
    18 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    Miranda Kerr Teaches Jimmy Butt-Toning Exercises Jimmy chats with the Australian model about her skin-care line, and Miranda gives Jimmy a facial. Subscribe NOW to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: ht... From: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Views: 375378 2780 ratings Time: 02:52 More in Comedy
 
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    English Russia

  • Air Defence Systems Under the Open Sky

    team
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:52 pm
    We are back at the Museum of Air Defence in the Moscow region. This time we are going to show you air defence systems standing under the open sky. By the way, admittance is free. The oldest exhibit – an … Read more...
  • The Revitalizing City

    team
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:01 pm
    Cavminvody (Caucasian Mineralnye Vody or Caucasian Spas) is a group of resorts of federal significance in the Stavropol region of Russia. The region is protected by the state.  Some pictures taken in 2014 from the place where life is slow, … Read more...
  • Half Million Dollars Heart

    team
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:49 pm
    In the city of Mirny, diamond capital of Russia, a cool flashmob was held and visited by 457 people. They assembled a really huge heart from diamonds. “Russia Yakutia”. Here you see five thousand 5 hundred carats (over 1 kg), … Read more...
  • Aviation Museum Under the Open Sky

    team
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:12 pm
    There is a good aviation museum founded by a Russian pilot in Kurgan. Presently it has fifteen flying aircraft under the open sky. We are going to visit this place today. “Aviation museum”. The Soviet jet-fighter MiG-17 was the first … Read more...
  • On the Soviet Beach

    team
    23 Jul 2014 | 8:51 pm
    Being somewhere in between the sea and the steppe, two endless expanses, Yevpatoria gave people recreation and health. Its beaches stretched for many kilometers along the seashore. Check out the pictures from this 1980s photo album. via dubikvit
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  • Prawns Away

    awkward
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:05 pm
    Why are still looking at this photo? You could be eating prawns. (submitted by Simone in Australia) Why are still looking at this photo? You could be eating prawns. (submitted by Simone in Australia)
  • Easter Surprise

    awkward
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:36 pm
    “This was taken Easter morning in 1986.   That’s me and my little sister (14 years younger than me) I had come home from college for the weekend and must have been out the night before.  I obviously wasn’t too happy about having to wake up early for Easter festivities.   I think when my Mom took this picture, she was just happy to have her son home from college to help celebrate the holiday.  The contrast of my little sister all frou frou in her new Sunday dress and me barely dressed and sporting cheesy glasses and a sleazy mustache is just too much.” (submitted…
  • Hillbillies

    awkward
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:02 pm
    “The place: Rural southern Illinois.  The time: mid 1980s.  The stylin’ dude sitting on the hood of the Nissan 280Z would be yours truly.  Mullet: check.  Shirtless: check.  Red suspenders: check.  Shades : check.  Black suede Robin Hood bootie thingies: check.  The hot gal sitting on the hood of the Mazda between me and the barn mailbox?  Why, that would be my sister, of course.  Lesson:  Sometimes hillbilly stereotypes exist for a reason.” (submitted by Scott) “The place: Rural southern Illinois.  The time: mid 1980s.  The stylin’ dude sitting on…
  • Mellow Yellow

    awkward
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:58 pm
    Go ahead. Get married, suckers. (submitted by Lynsay) Go ahead. Get married, suckers. (submitted by Lynsay)
  • Precious

    awkward
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:33 am
    You have to love the Mom who compares her children to both Sloth and Gollum. (submitted by Michelle in Australia) You have to love the Mom who compares her children to both Sloth and Gollum. (submitted by Michelle in Australia)
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    Fair City News

  • Uncle Si Cup Production Moved to SGF

    FairCityNews.com
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:17 am
    Duck Dynasty cup production plant unveiled Springfield, MO – The A&E hit show Duck Dynasty has touched the Ozarks in the form of a plastic cup facility, at the site of the former Solo Cup plant on North Glenstone Ave. Duck Dynasty is an American reality television series that portrays the lives of the Robertson family, who became wealthy from their family-operated business. “Uncle Si” has been featured on the show for years prominently displaying his trademark tea cup, which will now be produced locally. “I saw the green cup go up last week and thought it could be an Uncle Si cup,…
  • 417 Launches Social Trash Contest

    FairCityNews.com
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:13 am
    Phones directing kids to trash locations Springfield, MO – Inspired by similar recent Social Media competitions, Springfield City Council this week launched its ’417Trash’ initiative which plans to keep swarms of young people staring at their phones while collecting trash late into the night. The rules are simple: The city of Springfield, using its @417Trash Twitter account, releases a series of clues as the whereabouts of a small quantity of cash that has been hidden within an article of trash at that location. Contestants then search within the apparently limitless…
  • Branson’s “Number Ones” Raided

    FairCityNews.com
    17 Jul 2014 | 5:43 am
    Numerous number one claims investigated Branson, MO - Fourteen Branson theaters learned that the Federal Trade Commission’s Division of Advertising Practices have been conducting an investigation into their advertising practices when they were raided by agents on Monday morning shutting down most matinees. While the federal investigators refuse to comment on the nature of the investigation, two theater owners requesting anonymity, say that they have had tedious and repetitive questioning regarding factual support of statements in their advertising that they have been “voted Branson’s…
  • New Bills Limit Beehives in SGF

    FairCityNews.com
    15 Jul 2014 | 5:05 am
    SGF restricting blue bee hives Springfield, MO – Members of the public will have the opportunity to comment on versions of two bills that would restrict beehives in public. The new bills would allow a variety of hives on heads with faces 10 inches long, but restrict hives on heads less than 5 inches in length. According to the new legislation, one bill would require those interested in beehiving to be at least 80 years old, have a facial length of 10 inches require the hair to be colored a shade of blue. The new bills would limit hives to rare public appearances, rear yards or family…
  • Mike The Intern

    FairCityNews.com
    14 Jul 2014 | 6:27 am
    104.7′s Mike the Intern Usually at this time of the year, I will write a list of songs that will get your patriotic side pumped, but this time I figured I would write a list of songs that talk about the stuff that makes our country great. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer - George Thorogood Tons of booze. We make and drink tons of booze. Girls, Girls, Girls - Motley Crue Being the melting pot that we are, we have a ton of choices. Freedom - Rage Against The Machine It is true, we do have a lot of freedom, as long as the drones are ok with what we are doing. My Heads In Mississippi - ZZ…
 
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    FMyLife

  • notadoorman says FML

    notadoorman
    25 Jul 2014 | 11:16 am
    Today, I held the door open for a woman and her kids on my way out of the bank. She started accusing me of patronizing her, and when I just let go of the door in protest, she deliberately leaned in so it hit her in the face. I felt the glares from the entire bank as she pretended to cry. FML
  • shewhopoopsinlitterboxes says FML

    shewhopoopsinlitterboxes
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:54 am
    Today, there are people working in my bathroom. I have the shits. The only place I could think to go was in my cats litter box. I've used it twice and am now contemplating using it a third time. FML
  • Ballsy427 says FML

    Ballsy427
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:05 am
    Today, I was doing a design sketch for work. I snapped a pic and sent it to my boss. She replied, "Impressive. Nice sketch too." I was drawing at home, naked. My dick was in the picture. FML
  • fuckendog says FML

    fuckendog
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:05 pm
    Today, I was cooking bacon while my dog watched me, drooling. I thought this was funny and I teased her a bit. I then slipped in the drool as I was carrying the bacon and she got to enjoy it. FML
  • Anonymous says FML

    Anonymous
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:04 pm
    Today, after months of job seeking, I finally got an phone interview request for a company. Excited, I prepared for the interview and conducted extensive research on the company. The interview ended within a minute. They'd got the wrong person. FML
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    Lowering the Bar

  • Police Wait Patiently for Man in Pond to Surrender

    Kevin
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:21 pm
    Well, this is probably about as relaxed as a standoff can get and still be called a "standoff": As you may recall, earlier this month another miscreant's path to jail led through a pond, although in that case the evidence linking him to the pond was only circumstantial. After the intended victim stole his car keys, that burglar fled and later broke into a neighbor's house, taking the opportunity while there to log into—but not out of—his Facebook account. Police surmised that he had been hiding from them in a nearby pond in the meantime, based on the otherwise unexplained "puddles of…
  • Hey, I'm Appearing on FOX Tonight

    Kevin
    24 Jul 2014 | 2:03 pm
    I will appear for a few minutes tonight (Thursday) on the John Stossel show to talk about some ridiculous laws. The show was taped last week and is on tonight at 9 pm Eastern (and various other times depending on where you live), on Fox Business News. I am almost certainly either first or second on the guest list, and will be on for about 5-7 minutes depending on how many of the dumb things I said were mercifully edited out. Please tune in if you are so inclined. I want to stress that although the fundamental message of the show is that there are too many laws (and lawyers) in America and we…
  • U.S. Patent App. No. 20140159444: Airline Passenger Torture Device

    Kevin
    23 Jul 2014 | 2:06 pm
    The application calls it "Seating Device Comprising a Forward-Foldable Backrest," but I like my name better. The inventor describes the alleged motivation thusly (my annotations below): [T]o increase the number of cabin seats [and thus profit], the space allotted to each passenger must be reduced. However, this reduced comfort remains tolerable for the passengers [1] in as much [sic] as the flight lasts only one or a few hours. [2] According to a first solution … , it is possible to reduce the seating width allotted to each passenger in order to place an additional seat in the width…
  • The Lord Works in Mysterious Ways When He Gets Behind the Wheel of a 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix

    Kevin
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:01 am
    "I just shut my eyes," said Anthony Oliveri, who barely survived being run over last week, "and said, 'If this is the way that God wants to do it then I guess that this is the way we're going to do it.'" Turns out that was the way God wanted to do it, according to the driver of the car that was running him over. In fact, she said God wanted to do it Himself. As WANE News (Fort Wayne, Indiana) reported, the woman told police that God was personally responsible for the accident because she was just driving along and "out of nowhere God told her that He would take it from here and…
  • Assorted Stupidity #64

    Kevin
    20 Jul 2014 | 12:01 pm
    One can agree with many of the entries on this list of people who University of Oregon cops believed should "eat a bowl of [male genitalia]", and still feel that they should not have spent most of their time discussing it instead of policing. Or so says a former officer who says he was fired in 2012 for complaining about this practice. Somehow not on the list is Kim Jong Un, who it appears has been desperately trying to buy ski lifts while in charge of a country that can't feed itself. Sanctions prohibit the sale of luxury items to North Korea, and the Swiss are at least the third country to…
 
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    nonamedufus

  • I Laughed My Nervous Laughter - @Studio30Plus Writing Prompt

    nonamedufus
    22 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
    I don't know what got into me. Nachos with bacon, cheese and jalapeño peppers as an appetizer, the burrito special and four Coronas.Throughout the night I'd paid the price for that dinner.  Or rather my wife had having to put up with my intestinal acrobatics.The air was blue, given my poor wife's comments, not to mention the lingering smell from my hind quarter's activity. And it had been active. Very active.I apologized profusely as I hopped into the bath and tried to relax a bit until the day got under way. But my insides were still in turmoil and this was demonstrated by the bubbles…
  • Sunday Funnies

    nonamedufus
    20 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
  • It All Began To Fall Apart - @Studio30Plus Writing Prompt

    nonamedufus
    15 Jul 2014 | 12:39 pm
    Dr. Notverynice was quite pleased with himself. After three months of working day and night he was finally putting the finishing touches to his Whambam monster.He'd used the finest parts, not always easily attainable but necessary, in order to build a top-notch destructive machine. His plans for world domination were falling into place. The creature was the missing link. He laughed to himself at his little joke.He sat back and imagined Whambam being let loose to run amuck (not the get stuck in kind) among the streets of Pleasantown with citizens screaming in fear and attempting to escape the…
  • Sunday Funnies

    nonamedufus
    13 Jul 2014 | 4:00 am
  • He Wore a Faded Brown Fedora - @Studio30Plus Writing Prompt

    nonamedufus
    8 Jul 2014 | 8:46 am
    Everyone certainly remembered his most distinguishing feature. He wore a faded brown fedora. Always. No one could recall ever seeing him without it. It was a part of him. He'd always worn it.Ever since he was young he sported that hat, always at a jaunty angle that made him look older but not too serious. His friends would laugh and joke about it but their ribbing didn't influence him. Still he wore it.It might be sunny or cloudy, raining or windy, day or night. Friends took bets on wether or not he wore that infernal hat to bed. He never let on. It was part of his mystique.That chapeau never…
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    Christopher Gabriel

  • POLITICO’s Philip Ewing on Iraq, Iran and Israel (audio)

    Christopher Gabriel
    6 Jul 2014 | 8:54 pm
    Philip Ewing is the senior defense reporter for POLITICO. Previously he was their Pentagon correspondent and the managing editor for news at military.com. An expert on affairs in the Middle East, in particular Iraq and Afghanistan, he joined the program to discuss the escalating sectarian violence in Iraq, what card Iran might play, the effect on Israel and what might be the most prudent move the United States can make. photo credit: POLITICO
  • USA Today’s Christine Brennan on Redskins controversy (audio)

    Christopher Gabriel
    6 Jul 2014 | 8:33 pm
    USA Today sportswriter Christine Brennan has been an outspoken critic against the NFL’s Washington franchise’s continuing use of the name “Redskins.” She is hardly alone as there are many who would like to see the name go away sooner than later. Similarly, there are seemingly just as many on the other side – including fans, players, team personnel and league officials – who have no problem with the name and believe this is all much ado about nothing. Christine joined me to share both her view and considerable perspective being that she’s been based in…
  • Kate Inglis on her new book, “Flight of the Griffons” (audio)

    Christopher Gabriel
    1 Jun 2014 | 7:43 pm
    Several years ago I became acquainted with a wonderful photographer from Halifax, Nova Scotia named Kate Inglis. Over time what I came to learn was as brilliant as her photography was, she was an even better writer. Her first book, “The Dread Crew: Pirates of the Backwoods,” was a rollicking romp for kids involving pirates… pirates who “sailed” on land. Her follow-up effort, “Flight of the Griffons,” is even more magical. What makes her work so unique is that ostensibly, it’s for kids. And yet adults will love it, too. She writes, she shoots…
  • Dr. Gordon Marino: Do What You Love… Or Maybe Not (audio)

    Christopher Gabriel
    28 May 2014 | 2:24 pm
    Dr. Gordon Marino is a professor of philosophy at St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN. He’s also authored many articles that have appeared in Atlantic Monthly, New York Times Magazine, Wall Street Journal, American Poetry Review and many other periodicals. Most recently Marino wrote A Life Beyond ‘Do What You Love’ for The New York Times. Considering the amount of play that phrase – that concept – now receives in our society, I wanted to have a chat with Dr. Marino to have him amplify on what he wrote. photo credit: St. Olaf College
  • Mitch Albom on The Timekeeper, Characters and Narratives (audio)

    Christopher Gabriel
    18 May 2014 | 8:25 pm
    Mitch Albom is one of those rare people in the 21st Century who you truly can say is a renaissance man. Sportswriter, author, screenwriter, songwriter, radio talk show host, pianist… the man does it all. But more than what he does as a professional, it’s the endless array of things he does to help people that define him for me. Mitch had a big hand in helping me break into talk radio and he remains forever a great friend in returning to my program on a regular basis.
 
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    Ann's Rants

  • Jewish Mothers,Tripping

    Ann Imig
    17 Jul 2014 | 6:20 pm
    Husband remembers a story about his childhood best friend’s Jewish grandmother; late one night, she called 911 herself, and let the paramedics in– herself– mid-heart attack “because she didn’t want to wake anyone.” My mom once found my Granny wrapped in a blanket shivering in the kitchen in the middle of the night. She refused to let my mom turn on the light, not to mention turn up the heat… “I’m not cold!” Mom turned up the heat and went back to bed. Mom herself took a rather nasty fall the evening before our planned family…
  • My 2014 LTYM Video

    Ann Imig
    10 Jul 2014 | 7:13 am
    Shine on, Ann’s Forehead! [If you can't see the video embed, click here] LTYM’s season includes not only our live-shows in the weeks leading up to Mother’s Day, but also our epic video release when we add hundreds of videos from our shows to our YouTube channel. Thanks to CollegeSavingsChillout.com by T. Rowe Price, LTYM added 400 new videos from 2014!! Check out EVERYBODY FREAKS OUT– their funny children’s-style book for parents–only five bucks and 100% proceeds benefit Junior Achievement USA. Watch the 2014 videos on the Listen To Your Mother YouTube…
  • FORTUNATELY I got the lead. UNFORTUNATELY I play a boy. By the quoteunquote GRADE SCHOOL COLUMNIST!

    Ann Imig
    2 Jul 2014 | 8:28 am
    BY THE GRADE SCHOOL COLUMNIST!!!   Remember that book Fortunately or Unfortunately that Miss Ross read? How first something seems good but then it turns out totally bog as in bogus? Like “FORTUNATELY you get a free hot air balloon ride!! UNFORTUNATELY you land in the middle of the ocean and there are sharks and no Isaac waiting for you on the Lido Deck.” I finally got the lead in the Camp Shalom play but the play is called Hair and it’s about pollution? FORTUNATELY I have the lead. UNFORTUNATELY I play a man named Burger as in Hamburger. I get to sing solos but they…
  • Preventing the Summer Slide: Save your patience, their braincells, and maybe even money on grad school

    Ann Imig
    26 Jun 2014 | 9:06 am
    I’m writing this post on behalf of Camp Invention, as one of their paid ambassadors. The opinions are my own.  The trash-collecting, upcycling, DIY-ing genes are definitely Husband’s. Seriously, he rescued an old moldy life jacket from a park garbage can yesterday to “use the foam.” Like many of you, I have children at home with me this summer; two children of the school-aged persuasion, who no longer fit (comfortably) together in a pack-and-play, gnawing on my password-protected phone while I sob in the shower. Considering I work at home, and they happen to live at…
  • 10 Implicit Unspoken Agreements Among Middle-Aged Women Friends

    Ann Imig
    19 Jun 2014 | 12:14 pm
    1. No one acknowledges The Horrible Sounds in yoga or any other group exercise endeavor. Regardless of how protracted or voluminous, no one flinches except for everyone flinches on the inside–in solidarity. We avert our non-wandering eyes in secret celebration that thank God it wasn’t me today, but yes it totally was me last week at the exact moment the 20-something teacher gave me an assist. The 20-something male teacher. 2. We don’t see you plucking silver hairs in your rear-view mirror and throwing them out the car window at stoplights. No, we do not. 3. Gum and/or mints…
 
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    Safety Graphic Fun

  • Time To Say Good-Bye

    Julia
    30 Jun 2014 | 10:02 am
    To all my dear friends and fans and readers, After five and a half years of wacky great fun, I'm calling it done. I started with my little obsession of taking pics of safety graphics and then you joined in and made it work for YEARS! Thank you to all of you who sent in pics from all over the world to make this site so much more fun. Congrats to all the SGF Contest mug winners! Thanks again, I really had a great time! Here is one last safety graphic from my friend Kim who found it via her friend mennealy_ceramics: Stay safe everyone!
  • Olympic Safety

    Julia
    6 Feb 2014 | 10:27 am
    I hear that preparations are not quite ready in Sochi for the Winter Olympics (they start tomorrow!). At least they got their safety graphics cleared up in time. Thanks to both Pranab D. and Jackie who sent this to me!
  • Love It! Safety

    Julia
    15 Jan 2014 | 6:00 am
    As seen on my still all-time-favorite website The Meta Picture.
  • Workplace Safety

    Julia
    13 Jan 2014 | 1:40 pm
    So so so true. Big thanks to Joshua M. for poining me to this awesome graphic! You can buy it here!
  • SGF Anniversary Caption Contest Winners!

    Julia
    15 Dec 2013 | 2:47 pm
    Well, it was a quiet contest with only two winners...(there were going to be five, but alas, only two entered). But all that being said, I LOVE my supporters and therefore:CONGRATS TO JOSHUA AND JESSE! (Jesse, see below for an important message...) Here are the captions to the provided image: Joshua: Warning: Do not attempt to push guillotine blade with your hand. Jesse: No welcome mats here. SGF Mugs are on their way to the winners. Jesse! Please email me (freyjulia at gmail dot com) so I can get your shipping info to send you your prize!
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    The Bean

  • Death By Toenail

    Bejewell
    29 Jun 2014 | 8:20 am
    The Big Bean is one of my favorite people in the world. He’s a great husband. A wonderful father. A good friend. He works hard to provide for his family. He makes me laugh every day. And last night, he almost killed me with his toenails. For years I’ve joked about his poor foot grooming habits, complaining (mostly in jest) that the nails were too long and too strong, the jagged bits dangerously sharp (but probably convenient when climbing). I’ve called him names like Fred Flintstone and Tarzan. I’ve asked him to fetch me a bunch of bananas from the tallest tree in the…
  • Know Who’ll Love This Giveaway? Your Mom

    Bejewell
    7 May 2014 | 6:07 pm
    I don’t often do giveaways. In fact, I’ve only done one giveaway on this blog that I can remember, and that was like six years ago when I still had a Blackberry. I gave a $5 gift card to the first person who correctly identified the mysterious booger-like substance I found on my desk. (Correct answer for the curious: Lotion spooge.) So clearly I’m not an expert in the giveaway department. But when I met this amazing jewelry designer named Ryan Sadkin, I knew I had to do one. Because Ryan Sadkin, being not only an incredibly talented designer but also just an all-around super-hot and…
  • Action:Reaction

    Bejewell
    24 Apr 2014 | 8:54 pm
    IF YOU… I WILL… Hold the door open for me Thank you profusely Do NOT hold the door open for me Thank you anyway, with dripping sarcasm Tell me what to do Take great pleasure in doing exactly the opposite of whatever you just said Tell me I can’t do something Prove you wrong Cut me off in traffic Wait until I’m next to you again, then casually scratch my nose… with my middle finger Ask me what time it is Answer with either, “MILLER TIME!” or “Time to make the donuts” Become famous simply because you have big tits, a big ass, big hair or big money Never never never watch…
  • Happy Pie Day!

    Bejewell
    14 Mar 2014 | 9:27 am
    Today is National Pi Day. Pi is a really really long number that has something to with circles. It’s important for a lot of big reasons that a lot of very smart people understand. On Pi Day they get super excited and talk about it a lot. And that’s everything I know about Pi. In celebration of this day that is very important for many reasons that I don’t understand and never will and don’t want to, I will now share with you an excerpt from my award-winning*, best-selling**, top-reviewed*** book Something Smells Like Pee (and Other Classy Observations) , which is…
  • I’ve Been Awesome Since At Least the Tenth Grade and Here’s the Proof

    Bejewell
    27 Feb 2014 | 12:27 pm
    [Originally posted February, 2010. Re-sharing now because I'm feeling nostalgic.] So my best friend from high school (also known as “Queen Bee“) just sent me a copy of a note that I apparently wrote her from my tenth grade algebra class.  It is both hilarious and horrifying at the same time. I’ve blacked out some names to protect the innocent but you get the idea. A few notes: I learned NOTHING in 10th grade Algebra II. I crushed on the Cute Boy on and off from the 7th through 10th grades, but he never wanted to be anything more than friends. I look back on photos from that…
 
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    Funny Emails

  • Why Old Men Don’t Get Hired

    admin
    30 Jun 2014 | 3:34 pm
    Job Interview: Human Resources Manager:“What is your greatest weakness?” Old Man : “Honesty!” Human Resources Manager: “I don’t think honesty is a weakness.” Old Man : “I don’t give a fuck what you think.”  The post Why Old Men Don’t Get Hired appeared first on Funny Emails.
  • Iran’s Reaction to Messi Stoppage Minute Goal

    admin
    25 Jun 2014 | 10:02 am
    The post Iran’s Reaction to Messi Stoppage Minute Goal appeared first on Funny Emails.
  • Put The Pie In The Oven At 120 Degrees

    admin
    19 May 2014 | 6:47 pm
              THE MISSUS TOLD HIM TO PUT THE PIE IN THE OVEN AT 120 DEGREES ….   TOOK SOME DOING – BUT HE FINALLY MANAGED IT!                       The post Put The Pie In The Oven At 120 Degrees appeared first on Funny Emails.
  • Christmas Shopping

    admin
    17 Jan 2014 | 7:42 am
    A couple were Christmas shopping. The shopping centre was packed – as the wife walked through one of the malls she was surprised when she looked around to find that her husband was nowhere to be seen. She was quite upset because they had a lot to do. She became so worried that she called […] The post Christmas Shopping appeared first on Funny Emails.
  • Persistent Penguin

    admin
    14 Jan 2014 | 6:44 am
    The post Persistent Penguin appeared first on Funny Emails.
 
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    中古車を安く買いたいので探しまくった結果

  • 包茎を治すのは簡単なのです

    17 Jul 2014 | 9:29 pm
    男性のプライドを傷つけてしまうコンプレックスは早く治した方が良いと言えます。あなたの調べていることはここ→包茎手術 横浜に是非アクセスしてください。そのコンプレックスと言えるのが包茎なのです。色々詳しく教えます包茎治療 横浜がおすすめ。包茎は男性の陰茎に皮がかぶさってしまい、陰茎が露出しない状態を言います。私もここを参考にしました包茎…
  • 印刷において空調は命

    8 Jul 2014 | 7:12 pm
  • ここでしかできない脱毛

    22 May 2014 | 10:49 pm
    私は今脱毛をしようと思っています。決心もしました。でもそれがあの医療レーザー脱毛なのです。それがここでしかできません。このクリニックでしかできないのです。だからここへお願いしようと思ったのですが、いまいち勇気が出ないのです。踏み出せない自分がいるのです。痛みは少ないと言っています。ちゃんと私の肌に合わせた脱毛をしてくれると言うのです。それなのに、一歩踏み出せません。ここ→医療レーザー脱毛…
  • ほうけいだと言うことは人に知られたくないです

    22 May 2014 | 10:48 pm
    ほうけいだと恥ずかしいという気持ちがすごくあるので絶対に誰にも知られたくないと思っています。仲のいい人にも話したくはないですしほうけいであることは絶対に誰にも知られたくないです。ここ→包茎…
  • 歯の調子が最近は良い

    7 May 2014 | 9:17 pm
    ここ一年で歯ブラシの他にもデンタルフロスとを使い始めたのですが、その効果たるや私の場合はかなりはっきりと出たので、とても驚いています。ここ駒込 歯科はすごく参考になりますよ。私の歯は感覚がかなり狭いために、歯並びは良いと言われるのですが歯垢がどうしても歯と歯の間に挟まりやすいのです。これは歯ブラシでも取ることが難しいのですが、今まではこれを放置していました。このサイト駒込…
 
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    Futility Closet

  • Stage Business

    Greg Ross
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:42 am
    The goal of the Shakespeare programming language is to create code that reads like a Shakespearean play: Variables are “characters” that interact through dialogue, constants are represented by nouns and adjectives, and if/then statements are phrased as questions. (Insulting Macbeth assigns him a negative value.) Act and scene numbers serve as GOTO labels, and characters can tell one another to “remember” or “recall” values. The phrases “Open your heart” and “Speak your mind” output a variable’s numerical value and the…
  • Unquote

    Greg Ross
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:36 pm
    “It has been said of the Iliad that anyone who starts reading it as history will find that it is full of fiction but, equally, anyone who starts reading it as fiction will find that it is full of history.” — Arnold Toynbee
  • Three Odd Books

    Greg Ross
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:14 am
    B.S. Johnson’s 1969 “book in a box” The Unfortunates consists of 27 unbound sections, ranging in length from a single paragraph to 12 pages. The first and last chapters are specified, but the 25 in between can be read in any order. Johnson felt this was a “better solution to the problem of conveying the mind’s randomness than the imposed order of a bound book.” Jerzy Andrzejewski’s 40,000-word novel The Gates of Paradise, published in 1960, consists of only two sentences. The second is “And they marched all night.” When Edgar Wallace…
  • Quarters

    Greg Ross
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:12 pm
    From Lancelot Hogben’s Mathematics in the Making, an appealingly memorizable table of basic trigonometric values: See Alison’s Triangle. (Thanks, Tom.)
  • You’ve Got Mail

    Greg Ross
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:15 pm
    A great deal of the work of the post office would then be to regulate the use of these personal television channels. Much of the information now sent by mail could be sent through the air on the personal channel, to be viewed in the home or to be printed out for a more or less permanent record. … Very likely there will be a signal light to indicate that a message is waiting to be viewed. When the personal channel is then activated, each item stored will be displayed in turn. Each can be scanned and erased, scanned and temporarily returned to storage, or scanned and printed out, after…
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    sportscrab.com

  • Hello world!

    sportscrab.com
    22 Jul 2014 | 6:44 pm
    WordPress へようこそ。これは最初の投稿です。編集もしくは削除してブログを始めてください !
 
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    Best Clean Funny Jokes

  • Playing golf in Heaven

    traymond
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:40 am
    After the most frustrating round ever, the golfer threw down his club and complained at length to the caddy. “It would have been a perfect shot, but first a tortoise crawls over the hole and the ball bounces off, then an eagle catches the ball, flies around the flag three times and drops the ball in a tree where it’s caught by a squirrel, then the squirrel tosses the ball into the water hazard where it’s eaten by a carp!” St Peter folded his arms and snorted with disgust. “That’s the last time I ever play against St Francis of Assisi!”
  • A pastor, a priest, and a lawyer all died and appear before the gates of heaven

    traymond
    22 Jul 2014 | 10:30 am
    A pastor, a priest, and a lawyer all died and appear before the gates of heaven. The pastor and priest enter normally, but when the lawyer tries to enter he is showered with confetti and a multitude of angels trumpet his arrival. Confused, the pastor and priest ask a nearby angel why he was getting so much attention. The angel replied, “We have plenty of people like you up here, but he’s the first lawyer we’ve ever seen.”
  • Three men have just robbed a bank

    traymond
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Three men have just robbed a bank and are making their getaway. They manage to get pretty far out of the city, but the police are still after them, and the getaway car breaks down in the middle of a rural area. They don’t have much time, so they abandon the car and run off to hide in a nearby barn. There isn’t much to hide behind once they’re inside, but thankfully they planned ahead and brought very realistic barnyard animal costumes. The first bank robber disguises himself as a cow, the second as a sheep, the third suddenly realizes he forgot his chicken costume in the…
  • Have you seen a doctor?

    traymond
    20 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    A man bumps into another man. The other man says “Hey! Watch where you’re going!” The man says “Sorry, I’ve been seeing spots.” The other man says, “Oh, have you seen a doctor?” So, the first man says, “Nope. Only spots.”
  • Police officer pun

    traymond
    19 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    A man is walking down the street carrying a desk on his back. In one hand is a computer, and in the other, a wastepaper basket. A police officer goes up and asks him, “What are you doing?” He replies, “Impersonating an office, sir.”
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    Points in Case - Enlightening and Irreverent Comedy

  • The ONLY 6 Reasons to Not Tip Your Server

    Jacob Trowbridge
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:35 pm
    Column by Jacob Trowbridge Lately, there's been an uproar in the media over "tip shaming," where servers share photos of the actual receipts of customers who left a hefty "0" in the tip column, generally with some sort of pro-religion/anti-gay message scrawled along with it. The reasons they give are typically a load of bullshit. But if you really have your heart set on stiffing the minimum wage workers who serve your heaping mounds of fatty, deep-fried goodness, then here are some legitimate excuses you can provide.1. There's a mountain lion in your soup.Dearest Server,If…
  • I Believe This Book You Lent Me Has Spent Considerable Time in Your Bathroom

    Michael Jenkins
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:30 pm
    Article by Michael Jenkins Citing it as, "the book that genuinely defines our generation," you placed this paperback in my hands and told me that I would be remiss if I didn't scan these pages; these frayed, peeled back pages.That should have been the first clue that I was handling something soaked in your own waste: the frayed pages. The upper right corner especially was peeled back and aged something awful, despite the fact that the book was published nary a year ago. And the cover—my god, the cover was peeled back so far I couldn't even make out the title. Optimistically, I…
  • A Student Guide to the Best London Markets

    Points in Case
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:43 am
    One of the best things about being a student in London is the wealth of options on offer when it comes to shopping. Sure, you have you big name highstreet shops and supermarkets, but there are also a number of markets dotted around the city where you can get some great bargains and one-off items.Here's a guide to some of the best markets in London and where to find them...Borough MarketBorough Market is located just off Southwark Street not far from London Bridge station and is probably the go-to market for gourmet foodies. You'll salivate at the vast range of foods from all over the world,…
  • Country Music is Immoral and Illegal

    Jeff Gassen
    22 Jul 2014 | 8:16 pm
    Column by Jeff Gassen You love country music. Who wouldn't? Sure, it may be simple and repetitive, but some people say there's brilliance in simplicity. Well, maybe not some people, but I just did. Heartbreak, Jesus, a cold one, and a suspiciously lavish, jacked-up truck that isn't reflective of the town's median income. Rinse. Repeat. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. No, but do fix it, though. And with your bare hands; this is country music for Christ's sake. Or Christ for country music's sake.Once the twang of that third and final chord hits your ears, it wraps around your heart like…
  • How to Spam My Friends After You've Hacked My Email

    Brendan McLoughlin
    21 Jul 2014 | 2:12 pm
    Article by Brendan McLoughlin Congratulations! You hacked my email—yet again. Don't get excited, I've already changed my password. How long will we continue this dance? Year after year it's the same story: you hack my email, then you try to push an endless number of weight loss pills and male enhancement on my contacts "from me." What's your angle? Do you receive a commission for every pound lost or every inch of girth gained? Leading with "Work from home and make $17,000 a week" or "Does your penis need help?" is not the strongest route to take. You want to be…
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  • How good is your son

    Mitesh Asher
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Josie ran into her old friend Diana in a shopping mall.After the usual pleasantries, Josie asked Diana, "Hasn't your son graduated in Commerce?"Diana replied, "Yes, he has."Josie asked, "So what does he do now?"Diana replied, "He has joined a mens clothing store as a salesman."Josie said, "A salesman? Is he good at his job?"Diana smiled and said, "You ask if he is good. Let me tell you he is just too good! Why, the other day an old lady came to his store to purchase a suit to bury her dead husband in. Can you believe it, my son convinced her to buy an extra shirt for him!"
  • Santa's presence of mind

    Mitesh Asher
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Santa Singh was returning home after a hard day of work. It was late in the night and the streets were deserted. Suddenly, an armed man came out from behind the bushes and pointing his gun at Santa, said in a harsh tone, "Give me your wallet."Santa handing his wallet said to the perpetrator, "You can take my money but please use your gun to put a hole in my turban, or else Jassi, my wife, will never believe I was robbed."The mugger agreed and shot through Santa's turban.Santa had another request and giving his jacket to the perpetrator, said, "Can you pump a few bullets into my jacket to make…
  • Founder's day

    Mitesh Asher
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    This has to be one of the best jokes I have heard.It was the founder's day at the Asian Heart institute, a reputed hospital specializing in heart diseases.Dr. Robert Smith had been invited to be the chief guest and to deliver a speech on healthy living. During his speech, Dr Smith said, "The things that we eat can end our lives. Aerated drinks corrode our bodies, red meat is dangerous for the heart, Chinese food is full of sodium, our drinking water has bacteria, high fat foods have dangerous impacts over a period of time. However, there is one food that we have all relished and which can…
  • Stingy old money lender

    Mitesh Asher
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Rahat Khan, a stingy old money-lender in rural India, was on his death bed. So great was his love for money that he wanted to take all of it to his afterlife. So Rahat Khan instructed his wife to collect 5 grand from the bank and put it in 2 large leather cases. The next instruction to her was to place the leather bags in the attic just above his bed so that when he started for his final destination, he would grab the bags while proceeding to Heaven.Rahat Khan died and his wife led a lonely life. After a few months, when she went to the attic to clean, she found the two bags stuffed with…
  • Tailors will be tailors

    Mitesh Asher
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Jason Willis thought he had grown too fat for his trousers so he took them to the tailor to have them altered. He was sent on an overseas job the very next day and for the next 4 years, he was posted at his organization's branch in Delhi, India. When he returned to Melbourne after a good 4 years and what seemed to him an eternity, he discovered the tailor's receipt in his wardrobe drawer. He remembered the trousers he had given to be altered to size 34, so he headed straight for the tailor's shop. Luckily the shop was still there.Jason gave the receipt to the tailor and said, "Are my trousers…
 
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  • Get back

    Mitesh Asher
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    A newly married couple, Arun and Daisy, boarded a  train from Bombay to Delhi. They had Upper sleeper Berths on the opposite sides of the compartment.At night, Arun was feeling romantic, so he whispered to Daisy, "Come across here my love."Daisy asked, "How do I get over to your side?"Arun replied, "Have something stiff here that you can take support of and come to my side."An old man in the lower berth, who was not getting any sleep, commented, "How on earth is she gonna get back??"
  • Bobby's story

    Mitesh Asher
    19 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Mrs. Clutterbuck, was teaching Grade 3 students. She said, "Do you know animals don't stutter like humans."A small boy, known for being notorious, raised his hand."Yes, Bobby", said Mrs. Clutterbuck, bracing herself for an interesting story, "what do you have to say?"Bobby replied, "I had a little kitten called Sammy. There was this Bull dog next door who didn't like Sammy."Bobby continued, "One day Sammy was playing alone in the backyard, when the Bull dog jumped over the fence and entered our yard."Mrs. Clutterbuck exclaimed, "Oh my god! What happened next?"Bobby said, "I could see hair…
  • It happened long ago

    Mitesh Asher
    16 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    This is a story which goes back several hundred years.Princess Tara was a gorgeous and free-willed girl who chanced upon a talking frog in a pond.The frog said to Princess Tara, "I am not what you think I am. Once upon a time, I was a good-looking prince from a rich province. An evil sorceress cast a spell on me. If you kiss me, I will become a prince again. We can get married then, you can move into the castle with me, cook food for me and my family, wash my clothes, give birth to my children and then raise them. I am sure you will love to do it."Late that night, while the princess feasted…
  • Mess up

    Mitesh Asher
    14 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Tom was talking to his personal assistant Lisa Ray.Tom said, “You really wanted to get pregnant? I just don’t believe it. Was it your intention or just a mess up?”Lisa Ray says, “Heavens no, it was a cock-up.”
  • Duties of a personal secretary

    Mitesh Asher
    9 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Lily, a charming girl, was appointed personal secretary to Dean, a highly placed and dashing company executive. As the first day of her job came to closing hour, the office staff began to leave one by one.  Only a peon was left. Lily, being Dean’s personal secretary could not leave until her boss said so. Finally, Dean called Lily to his cabin and asked, “I suppose you know what time you should leave office?”Lily answered, “Oh yes sir, not until somebody knocks on the cabin door.”
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  • Happy Batman Day! from Daniel Grant Newton (DGN Productions)

    Daniel Newton
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:42 am
    'Catwoman and Batman' by Daniel Grant Newton Hey Friends!  Today is 'Batman Day', a day designated to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Batman, so I sketched this picture for the day.  I used a pacer and a pink highlighter for those playing at home.
  • My Top Nerdy Memes - 200th Blog Post Celebration

    Daniel Newton
    3 Jul 2014 | 7:03 pm
    In celebration of my 200th post (last post), I have decided to share my top nerdy memes I have created for Twitter to date (e.g. Batman, Arrow, Stargate, Doctor Who memes, etc).  Here I go: 10. Is it just me or does the "Try the new Twitter profile" guy look like Matt Smith? pic.twitter.com/lw9g8lnkfb — DGN (@dgnproductions) May 25, 2014 9. Can anyone think of a funny caption? I'm thinking:
  • New Painting and Stop Motion Capture Video by Daniel Grant Newton

    Daniel Newton
    28 Jun 2014 | 4:07 am
    New Yet-To-Be-Titled Painting by Daniel Grant Newton Hey there.   Another blog entry, and guess what??? This is actually my 200th entry. So proud to have broken the 200 mark with my faithful readers.   If I had a Spartan for every blog entry I wrote, well I'd be 100 Spartans away from taking on Persia. But not really. In reality I'd need a lot more to be historically accurate. However, I
  • Need a little help for my new comic I am creating...

    Daniel Newton
    20 Jun 2014 | 12:49 am
    Hello my faithful fans and friends, I hope you can help me. I'm reaching out to you, like... I'm a super villain holding on to the edge of a cliff after we have just done battle, and you are a super hero with Golden Age of Comics morals who cannot let me die despite holding the city, nay the world, nay the universe, ransom with my oversized death ray which is not making up for anything thank
  • 'Space Floss Circus and the Umpa Welcoming Ceremony' by Daniel Grant Newton

    Daniel Newton
    29 May 2014 | 5:29 pm
    It's Friday!  Friday!!!  The day before Saturday and the day after Thursday.   Thanks must go out to R. Black for clarification on that.  (That's Rebecca Black's rap name I've decided, in case she wants to take her educational lyrics about the names of days of the week, change genre and team up with R'n'B legend R. Kelly.  Boom!  Instant hit and potential power couple.) Anyway, hope your week
 
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  • Uncle Si Cup Production Moved to SGF

    FairCityNews.com
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:17 am
    Duck Dynasty cup production plant unveiled Springfield, MO – The A&E hit show Duck Dynasty has touched the Ozarks in the form of a plastic cup facility, at the site of the former Solo Cup plant on North Glenstone Ave. Duck Dynasty is an American reality television series that portrays the lives of the Robertson family, who became wealthy from their family-operated business. “Uncle Si” has been featured on the show for years prominently displaying his trademark tea cup, which will now be produced locally. “I saw the green cup go up last week and thought it could be an Uncle Si cup,…
  • 417 Launches Social Trash Contest

    FairCityNews.com
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:13 am
    Phones directing kids to trash locations Springfield, MO – Inspired by similar recent Social Media competitions, Springfield City Council this week launched its ’417Trash’ initiative which plans to keep swarms of young people staring at their phones while collecting trash late into the night. The rules are simple: The city of Springfield, using its @417Trash Twitter account, releases a series of clues as the whereabouts of a small quantity of cash that has been hidden within an article of trash at that location. Contestants then search within the apparently limitless…
  • Branson’s “Number Ones” Raided

    FairCityNews.com
    17 Jul 2014 | 5:43 am
    Numerous number one claims investigated Branson, MO - Fourteen Branson theaters learned that the Federal Trade Commission’s Division of Advertising Practices have been conducting an investigation into their advertising practices when they were raided by agents on Monday morning shutting down most matinees. While the federal investigators refuse to comment on the nature of the investigation, two theater owners requesting anonymity, say that they have had tedious and repetitive questioning regarding factual support of statements in their advertising that they have been “voted Branson’s…
  • New Bills Limit Beehives in SGF

    FairCityNews.com
    15 Jul 2014 | 5:05 am
    SGF restricting blue bee hives Springfield, MO – Members of the public will have the opportunity to comment on versions of two bills that would restrict beehives in public. The new bills would allow a variety of hives on heads with faces 10 inches long, but restrict hives on heads less than 5 inches in length. According to the new legislation, one bill would require those interested in beehiving to be at least 80 years old, have a facial length of 10 inches require the hair to be colored a shade of blue. The new bills would limit hives to rare public appearances, rear yards or family…
  • Mike The Intern

    FairCityNews.com
    14 Jul 2014 | 6:27 am
    104.7′s Mike the Intern Usually at this time of the year, I will write a list of songs that will get your patriotic side pumped, but this time I figured I would write a list of songs that talk about the stuff that makes our country great. One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer - George Thorogood Tons of booze. We make and drink tons of booze. Girls, Girls, Girls - Motley Crue Being the melting pot that we are, we have a ton of choices. Freedom - Rage Against The Machine It is true, we do have a lot of freedom, as long as the drones are ok with what we are doing. My Heads In Mississippi - ZZ…
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  • Feeling way too happy? Read a novel.

    Rob Cottingham
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:17 pm
    Many great novels, like a lot of great art, force us to confront things we’d rather avoid. I get that. But oh my lord, literature can be a massive downer. I first encountered that in high school, when we read the short story “Paul’s Case” back to back with The Mayor of Casterbridge. Let’s be clear: astonishing works of art are astonishing. But after years of stories where plucky protagonists invariably wrested victory from the jaws of defeat, they were a shock. As an introduction to tragedy, it was like learning how to eat spicy food by eating a scotch bonnet…
  • Your childhood is important to us. Please remain on the line, and a parent will be with you shortly.

    Rob Cottingham
    17 Jul 2014 | 12:33 pm
    I see a lot of parent-shaming going on over mobile devices. The narrative goes that we’re updating Facebook, playing Candy Crush or seeing who’s checked out our fake Tinder profiles that we created just to salve our egos, except it’s backfired horribly and confirmed every fear we ever had about our own attractiveness (no? just me, huh?) — and meanwhile our children are tugging our pantlegs and whimpering “But daddy, dinnertime was seven hours ago. I’m sooooo hungry and the guinea pig’s starting to smell really tasty.” I have moments I’m…
  • My life (the release notes)

    Rob Cottingham
    15 Jul 2014 | 10:54 am
    Maybe I have an overdeveloped sense of entitlement. But dammit, when an app gets a dot upgrade, I think we deserve more from the release notes than just “Bug fixes and performance upgrades.” Like maybe, Version 1.3 What’s New: The app uses the mic to monitor stress levels in your voice, senses when you Can’t Even, and suspends notifications for 20 minutes. Added an experimental “Upload your consciousness to Evernote” feature. Try it out!! All core features are now available without in-app purchases, and prior purchases have been refunded. Swipe up to see a…
  • I’m disconnected. Off the grid. Totally offline. Please RT!

    Rob Cottingham
    13 Jul 2014 | 11:19 am
    Last night, just after midnight, I put this up on Facebook as my little hi to any night owls (and residents outside the Americas) out there who might be listening and thinking about unplugging, disconnecting and digital fasting — or in 60s terms, tuning out, turning off and dropping Klout. Turns out a lot of people were. Among the folks sharing it: the Zeeburg Canoe Association (do I have that translation right?) in the Netherlands! As far as my limited Dutch can tell, they aren’t saying “Egads, is that what he thinks a kayak looks like?” so I’m going to take that as…
  • Work-work balance

    Rob Cottingham
    11 Jul 2014 | 5:16 pm
    At some time or another, you’ve probably read  that famous life-work balance quotation, “Nobody ever said on their deathbed, ‘I wish I’d spent more time at the office.’” Or words to that effect. It’s based on some big assumptions: that work isn’t fulfilling, while spending time with your family is; that any time taken from family and given to work is a mistake; and that it’s a zero-sum game: that time given to work must necessarily come at the expense of family. But I derive tremendous satisfaction from my work life. I’m often more…
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  • Fantasy Sci-Fi Network Interview

    Sam Reeves
    23 Jul 2014 | 11:20 am
    Kasper Beaumont of the Fantasy Sci-Fi Network recently interviewed me. It is a bit long-winded but at least there is the occasional writer tip and ideas in the care for your favorite pet chicken. Kasper was great. I hope you like it. You can read it here.http://goo.gl/wnBWEs
  • Work in Progress, Progress

    Sam Reeves
    20 Jun 2014 | 8:22 pm
    Today marks exactly one month since I decided to start maintaining a consistent daily word count.  That is the longest I have ever gone without at least taking a day off. I have been tempted several times, but so far so good. I started with a very modest 250 words per day goal. Sometimes writers sabotage themselves by tackling a goal that causes them to burn out quickly. I thought that 250 words was easily do-able for a couple of weeks, which is what I have heard is the length of time required to build a habit. After that, I began increasing my daily word count by 125 words per week.
  • Father's Day

    Sam Reeves
    15 Jun 2014 | 1:16 pm
    My Father's Day presents. Happy day to my fellow fathers out there!
  • Star Trek and Candyman Autographs

    Sam Reeves
    11 Jun 2014 | 6:15 pm
    I stumbled across these today in my files and thought I would share. I met several of the Star Trek cast in Tulsa, Oklahoma.Chase Masterson is one of the nicest people I have ever met, celebrity or otherwise. Star Trek fans will probably remember her as Leeta from Deep Space Nine. I did not get to talk much with John de Lancie ("Q"). He was nice but quiet.Tony Todd is very cool. As seen here, he is Candyman, but he was also Worf's brother Kurn from Star Trek: The Next Generation and Deep Space Nine. When I met him, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen had just premiered. (He was the voice of…
  • The Writer Who Sketches

    Sam Reeves
    5 Jun 2014 | 2:16 pm
              Back in March, my mother-in-law got word of an art contest, hosted by a local merchant. She encouraged me to sign up. Actually, she told my wife, “Sam needs to enter this.” It was more ultimatum than encouragement. Bless her heart.          Well, I am by no means a professional artist. I like fiddling with art supplies. Once, I even considered a career as an illustrator after my boss at the Native American casino where I was marketing director let me design a few advertisements. But I found…
 
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  • While Supplies Last!

    drewdernavich
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:33 am
    I just uploaded a t-shirt design to TeePublic. It’s only $14 today, but will be $20 after. Hey, I think it’s worth it at either price, but why not get it now?
  • Cooling it

    drewdernavich
    18 Jun 2014 | 7:00 am
    It’s suddenly that time of year when my hand is sticking to the page, because of the humidity. It’s time to break out those cooling summer cartoons! An issue of the New Yorker makes a nice face shield. And you can use the back issues – you know you’ve got them lying around – to cover your other body parts. I did this one a few years ago and am still waiting for the movie to be made about this summer superhero. For this week’s issue I thought of a similar idea. Full disclosure: I got my grad school degree in drawing shade. My professors said it was at least…
  • Mashed

    drewdernavich
    9 Jun 2014 | 8:13 pm
    I was already a fan of Fela Soul, Amerigo Gazaway’s full album mashup of Fela Kuti and De La Soul tunes, so when he asked me to do the cover for Yasiin Gaye, the second volume of his project mashing up the music of Mos Def and Marvin Gaye, it took me a hot second to mull it over before saying yes. The record has something of a backstory. Gazaway’s previous release, Bizarre Tribe, which set the vocals from The Pharcyde over the music of A Tribe Called Quest, met a quick internet death.  It was effectively shut down by Sony, who cited copyright infringement despite the fact that…
  • Interview: Jeff Thompson

    drewdernavich
    9 Jun 2014 | 4:35 pm
    I did an interview with Jeff Thompson last month, which is up at Curator magazine. Officially he’s the Assistant Professor and Program Director of Visual Art Technology at Stephens Institute of Technology, but what that means is that he’s an artist who prefers to mess around with computer code. He does fascinating work. We talked about abusing Photoshop, Twitter bots, Andy Warhol, and why Nokia will probably never hire him to write a ringtone. Check it out!
  • drive-it-yourself

    drewdernavich
    29 Apr 2014 | 11:51 am
    Cash For Your Warhol and I thought this sign needed a little rearranging. Just a little. A car load? Detergent? Get it?
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  • Some Links

    MC
    17 Jul 2014 | 2:10 pm
    Are Polite People More Violent and Destructive? DECKER! The Mini-Series Gluten Craze Says More About Our Psychology than Physiology Insects, the New Miracle Food Why Frank Sinatra Hated Marlon Brando‘s Guts New contender for favourite photograph in the world: pic.twitter.com/EZ3fjMGxUS — Josh Newton (@albinjindu) June 25, 2014
  • Mining Tumblr

    MC
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:18 pm
  • iCeD lInKs 05-to-the-29-to-the-2014

    MC
    29 May 2014 | 6:59 pm
    Are Human Rights Activists Today’s Warmongers? Company 3-D Prints Action Figures of You Kids playing in gas masks during World War II Maps of places where bars outnumber grocery stores: “…you can really see that high bar concentration in Wisconsin, whereas a lot of the country has at least three times more grocery stores.” Mark Hemingway – Who’s to Blame for Elliot Rodger’s Rampage? After the shooting spree at the University of California, Santa Barbara on Friday, the young killer left behind a chilling manifesto and YouTube video highlighting his sexual…
 
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  • 12 Most Basic Speaking Mistakes That Crumble A Seasoned Presenter

    J. P. Reynolds
    22 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    12 Most HE6TKNU4H59Q By J. P. Reynolds When not giving seminars on interpersonal communication skills, I’m officiating non-denominational wedding ceremonies. (Long story for another kind of post!) Recently, I attended a networking event for wedding professionals. Jack (name changed), the keynote speaker, was introducing a new website aimed at the Millennial bridal market.   Within minutes of Jack’s […]
  • 12 Most Gumptious Ways to Display Grit in Your Writing

    Daphne Gray-Grant
    21 Jul 2014 | 3:15 am
    12 Most HE6TKNU4H59Q By Daphne Gray-Grant There’s one talent more useful to writers than the ability to dream up sensational story ideas, write quickly and fluently, and sit at a computer for hours without losing their minds. It’s called grit. Do you have it? Take this very quick quiz  to find out. The website doesn’t say it, but I’m […]
  • 12 Most Tranquil Reasons to Take a Social Media Vacation

    Susan Silver
    18 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    12 Most HE6TKNU4H59Q By Susan Silver   Have you felt that 24 hour drive to post and share your life on social media? Sometimes I think our media consumption fills a void in our lives. What if we stared into that void instead of ignoring it? What would we discover? Are there benefits to going off the grid? […]
  • 12 Most Hard Truths You Need to Know When Taking the Road Less Traveled

    Alden Tan
    17 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    12 Most HE6TKNU4H59Q By Alden Tan   When we hear about taking the road less traveled, people tend to think it’s a passionate path to glory or your dream. That is true, but what a lot of us don’t see are the hardships that come along with it, hardships which can scare anyone off. Hence the lonely road it […]
  • 12 Most Profound Life Lessons I Learned From Stephen Covey

    Bushra Azhar
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    12 Most HE6TKNU4H59Q By Bushra Azhar   Although Stephen Covey has moved on from this world, his words have inspired many and remain a beacon of light for those searching for truth and inspiration in personal and professional life. I am a huge fan of his teachings — his lessons of empathy and the importance of listening have not only […]
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  • Nun Has Orgasm During Beaver TSA Pat-Down

    25 Jul 2014 | 6:43 pm
    The TSA's new anti-terrorist screenings now require more invasive hands-on pat-downs. Such extensive physical contact, particularly upon little old ladies, has led to increasing instances of surprise sexual orgasm, especially among nuns. [Satire]
  • New Workplace Scream Room® A Huge Stress-Busting Success

    25 Jul 2014 | 6:43 pm
    Researchers recently proved that loud cursing reduces stress. Taking full advantage, a new soundproof Workplace Scream Room, where angry employees can safely vent in complete privacy, has just been launched. [Satire]
  • Obscene College Football Halftime Show Shocks Nation

    25 Jul 2014 | 6:43 pm
    The entire nation is shocked when, for its director's ultimate act of revenge, a marching band performs a choreographed halftime routine showing a huge penis masturbating onto the face of the rival team's mascot. [Satire]
  • Christine O'Donnell Bloodies Delaware Democrat On Election Eve

    25 Jul 2014 | 6:43 pm
    A Delaware Democratic Party resident was left a bloody, dazed mess after a U.S.Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell-inflicted injury as he reached into his mailbox on this 2010 mid-term election eve. [Satire]
  • Mobsters Behind 2010 Dallas Cowboys Embarrassment?

    25 Jul 2014 | 6:43 pm
    Due to the horrid Dallas Cowboys football season thus far, the only happy people in Texas this fall are in the brown paper bag industry. They're so wildly successful, in fact, that the Mob is suspected to be intimately involved throughout. [Satire]
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  • Fun With Yahoo Answers

    D.J. Paris
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:39 pm
    I needed a new distraction. God forbid I actually sit down and improve my skills as a serious writer. That would be worthwhile and intelligent. For some reason this year I’ve had the hardest time getting motivated to do much. I usually just go for candy and writing one-liners on Twitter. Anyway, I was dreaming two nights ago and I came up with something that made me laugh. It woke me up around 3am. Then when I woke up later that morning, it was still funny to me. Often stuff that I write in my dreams doesn’t maintain it’s hilarity in beta consciousness. I went about…
  • Bloggers are Weird – Heidi Cave – Fancy Feet

    D.J. Paris
    23 Jul 2014 | 6:51 am
    Heidi Cave spends an hour discussing losing her legs in a horrific car accident, why it’s okay to want to be pretty, and how she made the decision to stay alive. A true inspiration. How to listen…  iTunes Official ThoughtsFromParis app for Apple or Android devices! YouTube below (if you’re using my app, click to youtube section)
  • Bloggers Are Weird – M. Elizabeth Evans – Surviving in Italy

    D.J. Paris
    6 Jul 2014 | 6:01 pm
    M. Elizabeth Evans talks about marrying into an Italian family while living in Florence, the gratitude she has that the in-laws don’t read her blog, and reverse-culture shock visiting the US. How to listen…  iTunes Official ThoughtsFromParis app for Apple or Android devices! YouTube below (if you’re using my app, click to youtube section)
  • I Ate Live Octopus

    D.J. Paris
    30 Jun 2014 | 8:23 pm
    D.J., watch this video of live chickens being slaughtered. It’ll make you become a vegetarian. No, that’s okay. Not interested. Don’t you care about chickens being tortured and killed? (minute long pause to soul-search for an answer) No. I guess I don’t care. You have no soul. — I’ve been eating animals my whole life and it’s never occurred to me to change. Vegetarianism seems like a real hassle, and I’m one of those guys who would end up with anemia because I’d be too lazy to eat anything other than spinach. When Chrissy asked me to watch…
  • New Video Series Starting Tonight!

    D.J. Paris
    30 Jun 2014 | 6:00 am
    Announcing a brand new video-series with my friend Melany from MelanysGuylines.com! We have some fun ideas planned – but, first we need your help before we shoot tonight… Do you have a story of a friend that went crazy? I know you do. I do. Hell, you might even be the person who went nuts! We want to hear it! Also, we’re going to discuss it on the air. If you’d like to share, please comment below or complete this form. We need your stories by 8pm CST tonight! Hurry up, for chrissakes! Me with my dog. Melany with hers. Here’s a short video!
 
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    Really Funny Jokes

  • How good is your son

    Mitesh Asher
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Josie ran into her old friend Diana in a shopping mall.After the usual pleasantries, Josie asked Diana, "Hasn't your son graduated in Commerce?"Diana replied, "Yes, he has."Josie asked, "So what does he do now?"Diana replied, "He has joined a mens clothing store as a salesman."Josie said, "A salesman? Is he good at his job?"Diana smiled and said, "You ask if he is good. Let me tell you he is just too good! Why, the other day an old lady came to his store to purchase a suit to bury her dead husband in. Can you believe it, my son convinced her to buy an extra shirt for him!"
  • Santa's presence of mind

    Mitesh Asher
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Santa Singh was returning home after a hard day of work. It was late in the night and the streets were deserted. Suddenly, an armed man came out from behind the bushes and pointing his gun at Santa, said in a harsh tone, "Give me your wallet."Santa handing his wallet said to the perpetrator, "You can take my money but please use your gun to put a hole in my turban, or else Jassi, my wife, will never believe I was robbed."The mugger agreed and shot through Santa's turban.Santa had another request and giving his jacket to the perpetrator, said, "Can you pump a few bullets into my jacket to make…
  • Founder's day

    Mitesh Asher
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    This has to be one of the best jokes I have heard.It was the founder's day at the Asian Heart institute, a reputed hospital specializing in heart diseases.Dr. Robert Smith had been invited to be the chief guest and to deliver a speech on healthy living. During his speech, Dr Smith said, "The things that we eat can end our lives. Aerated drinks corrode our bodies, red meat is dangerous for the heart, Chinese food is full of sodium, our drinking water has bacteria, high fat foods have dangerous impacts over a period of time. However, there is one food that we have all relished and which can…
  • Stingy old money lender

    Mitesh Asher
    22 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Rahat Khan, a stingy old money-lender in rural India, was on his death bed. So great was his love for money that he wanted to take all of it to his afterlife. So Rahat Khan instructed his wife to collect 5 grand from the bank and put it in 2 large leather cases. The next instruction to her was to place the leather bags in the attic just above his bed so that when he started for his final destination, he would grab the bags while proceeding to Heaven.Rahat Khan died and his wife led a lonely life. After a few months, when she went to the attic to clean, she found the two bags stuffed with…
  • Tailors will be tailors

    Mitesh Asher
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:01 am
    Jason Willis thought he had grown too fat for his trousers so he took them to the tailor to have them altered. He was sent on an overseas job the very next day and for the next 4 years, he was posted at his organization's branch in Delhi, India. When he returned to Melbourne after a good 4 years and what seemed to him an eternity, he discovered the tailor's receipt in his wardrobe drawer. He remembered the trousers he had given to be altered to size 34, so he headed straight for the tailor's shop. Luckily the shop was still there.Jason gave the receipt to the tailor and said, "Are my trousers…
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    My blog

  • Hello world!

    admin
    20 Jul 2014 | 10:50 am
    Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
 
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    Nebulous Mooch

  • Snakes Vs Rats

    Lovelyn
    8 Jul 2014 | 6:22 am
    The other day I saw a very large black snake slither into the lemongrass plant that I thought the rats were living in. This could mean one of two things. Either there were never any rats and all the movement I’ve seen in the plant has been a snake all along or a snake has discovered the rats and is chowing down on them. If the latter is true the snake has won because I keep seeing it around the yard. I’m not sure which is better, rats or snakes. Why can’t something pleasant live in my yard like bunnies or unicorns?
  • Instagram is Hard

    Lovelyn
    3 Jul 2014 | 7:54 am
    So I finally broke down and joined Instagram. The social pressure (that I totally created in my head) was just too much and I couldn’t take it anymore. So I signed up … twice, because I decided to change my username. There are a lot of self-portraits or what the young people call selfies on Instagram. That made me think that maybe I should try taking a few selfies too. Why is it that everyone else in the world seems to look great in a picture taken on their cell phone? I don’t know how they do it. When I take a selfie I look like an eighty-four-year-old woman with a facial…
  • Growing Up is Hard to Do

    Lovelyn
    1 Jul 2014 | 7:19 am
    I turned 40 a few month back. I didn’t tell you because I was too busy trying to be a responsible adult to write anything about it on this blog. I also kind of thought that if I ignored my birthday it wouldn’t count. Turns out that doesn’t work.
  • Rats!!!!!!

    Lovelyn
    26 Jun 2014 | 9:22 am
    “I think I saw a rat in our yard last night,” my husband said. “Really? I think I saw one in the yard the night before,” I said panicked. “What should we do?” “Nothing. They were probably just passing through,” he said. Just passing through? What does he think our yard is a highway for rats. Rats don’t just pass through. They infest and give you Bubonic Plague. Just ask any 14th century European, and they’ll tell you. Rats are bad news. They must be eliminated. They are probably living under our house chewing through the…
  • True Confessions

    Lovelyn
    24 Jun 2014 | 1:42 pm
 
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    Older Women Rock

  • Let's Kick the Can

    LilyoftheWoods blog
    1 Jul 2014 | 1:24 pm
    Your body might deteriorate a bit, but your soul never has to. Remember that classic Twilight Zone episode, Kick the Can?  Its about residents in a nursing home that were resigned to just hang around till they dropped dead.  Kind of like most of us. Anyhoo, one of them has an inspiration.  Actually the old guy got a hell of a spiritual insight. He does not dismiss it, just because it seemed simple, either.  Most of us have all kinds of intuitive perceptions and quickly forget them. I quickly decide that they are too good to be true but not this old guy; he…
  • Alcohol getting you down? For Those Tired of Being Sick and Tired.

    LilyoftheWoods blog
    24 Jun 2014 | 11:40 am
    After many years of drinking socially, I realized that I had finally had enough of getting up in the morning with a tongue that felt as though I had scraped it on sand the night before. If I wanted to have a fun, healthy lifestyle and control my weight, alcohol had to go. I found  a way that worked for me and decided to write an Ebook about it.  I include some of the techniques that worked for me.  I hope it will serve as an inspiration if you also have this problem and have had enough. 1.  Commit yourself 100%.  Why? Because you finally realize that there is NOTHING…
  • From the Waltz to Twerking

    LilyoftheWoods blog
    1 May 2014 | 12:37 pm
    Now that woman have a leg up, so to speak, in our society, why do these females use it to climb up a pole?  All this groveling and sticking their butt up?  Just to please a simple minded humanoid? Puh-leeze. These women make anyone that happens to be in the same vicinity, embarrassed as heck.  For them. What the hell happened?  Please, priceless 21st century females, don't try so hard. Society has always needed the women to lead the way. We are visionaries. Women's gift is to inspire; not to grovel. The boys can play in the mud all by themselves without your…
  • More horrible than Halloween: Its a big sales day

    LilyoftheWoods blog
    24 Dec 2013 | 12:11 pm
    A super sales day is when thousands of normal looking humans stand outside stores all over the U.S. waiting for the kill. If you have ever been unlucky enough to have worked in a department store on Black Friday you know what I mean.  There you are, stuck in the middle between then and the cash register. To wait for a mob scene that looks like they came straight from the  "Night of the Living Dead” is not a site for the faint hearted. Once the door opens all bets are off. It's all about hunting and getting to the kill before the person next to them gets there…
  • Yikes! Who says that's the only thing older WOMEN think of?

    LilyoftheWoods blog
    27 May 2013 | 6:29 pm
    I was googling the term "older women" looking for some sage advice. After all, throughout generations, the elders have always been there to share a bit of wisdom they've picked up along the way.  However, the sites that come up made my hair stand on end. The favorites, aside from grandma's having sex in the shed, is older women dating younger guys.  I mean, really? Do older women really spend their time wanting to be "cougars" panting after younger men? Who really does that, except in movies made by men? We have enough problems with the old farts…
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    Now That's Nifty

  • Gulliver's Travels Statue Play Ground

    22 Jul 2014 | 8:39 am
    Take a look at this giant Gulliver's Travels statue play ground. Though, maybe it's not giant, we are just very small... Think about it. Boom. Via ***This is a content summary only. Visit Now That's Nifty for full links, other content, and more.***
  • 11 Silly Soap Dispensers

    18 Nov 2013 | 10:23 am
    Sure soap dispensers are covered in fecal matter. Sure most of us don't wash our hands after using the bathroom. Sure that keyboard and mouse you are using are probably covered in bathroom germs.... ***This is a content summary only. Visit Now That's Nifty for full links, other content, and more.***
  • Job Interview Tip

    1 Oct 2013 | 7:19 pm
    Job interview tip: Tell them you're not an "applicant," you're an "appliCAN." Lick your finger, hold it against buttock. Make sizzling noise. ***This is a content summary only. Visit Now That's Nifty for full links, other content, and more.***
  • Cleaning Life Hacks

    27 Jun 2013 | 1:53 pm
    Here are some more life hacks, because life is hard. Most of these have to do with cleaning, though not all. Enjoy. Source: techeblog.com via Nifty on Pinterest ***This is a content summary only. Visit Now That's Nifty for full links, other content, and more.***
  • Puppy Hair

    20 Jun 2013 | 1:49 pm
    They say dogs and owners tend to look alike. I don't know if that is what is going on here, or if a boy and his dog were exposed to some sort of terrible radiation. Either way he wears it well.... ***This is a content summary only. Visit Now That's Nifty for full links, other content, and more.***
 
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    Funny pictures and photos

  • Funny cat picture

    Plamen Ivanov
    11 Jul 2014 | 5:50 am
    Hello everybody. Today I found one really interesting and entertaining cat pic that I am sure you will like. A cat and a mouse together, go check it out below!By the way, here is another cool and funny cat picture that is currently on a diet!
  • Funny baby picture

    Plamen Ivanov
    20 Jun 2014 | 11:27 am
    Lol, this is really good and funny baby photo. This cute baby is going to have a date with a beatiful little girl. Wish him good luck ♥By the way, here are a few good dating tips that might be useful!
  • Funny animal picture

    Plamen Ivanov
    24 May 2014 | 10:39 am
    Lol. Our post of the day is a really funny animal photo. I am sure you will like it and that it would make you smile. That's the best way a lion can say "Hi".Here is another good and funny cat picture
  • Funny way to get your EX back

    Plamen Ivanov
    3 May 2014 | 11:23 am
    Haha. A few minutes ago I found one really funny cartoon picture that shows a good way to get your EX back. The problem is that in the real life it's not so easy, but here is something you can try if you would like to get her or him back ---> ★★★ Get your EX back! ★★★
  • Funny cat picture

    Plamen Ivanov
    27 Apr 2014 | 11:38 am
    Hi, I just found this funny cat pic today and it really made me smile. I am sure you will also like it if you love cats! Show it to your friends and let's everybody have fun! Also, why don't you check another cool and funny cat pic.
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    Sweet Mother

  • Comedy of One

    Sweetmofo
    6 Jul 2014 | 10:54 am
    Hello, new and old friends.   My youtube obsession continues.   I’ve started a new series that consists of stand up performed in and around my immediate environment, which means the house, the office, the car.  It’s nutty, yet somehow…enjoyable.   If you need a little morning entertainment on this fine Sunday, maybe this will do the trick.  I’ll be back with a more extensive blog post soon!   In the meantime, enjoy my 4 favorite “Comedy of One” videos so far.  The series itself happens on the daily and you can subscribe to it directly…
 
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    Stuff You Couldn't Make Up

  • Strategic Plans of Various Teams at the World Cup

    SYCMU
    16 Jul 2014 | 4:06 pm
    Here is a quick review of what went on tactically at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Games. Wonder what the Argentinian plan would have been like! Link to this post!
  • David Beckham Makes World Cup Final Prediction

    SYCMU
    12 Jul 2014 | 11:39 pm
    While many vote in favour of Germany, after witnessing Brazil’s 7-1 defeat, David Beckham believes Argentina will defeat the Deutsch 3-1. “He is amazing” said Beckham about Argentina’s star, Lionel Messi. “He gives people so much pleasure with the way … Continue reading →
  • If Google Had a Gender

    SYCMU
    4 Jul 2014 | 9:04 pm
    Is Google a boy or a girl? Obviously a girl, because it won’t let you finish your sentence without suggesting other ideas. Zach Galifianakis Link to this post!
  • And Our Vote For the Best Selfie Goes To

    SYCMU
    4 Jul 2014 | 8:58 pm
    Link to this post!
  • What’s with Coca Cola’s Pricing?

    SYCMU
    14 Jun 2014 | 12:49 pm
    The smaller your coke, the more you pay! Makes sense. You are paying them to get rid of their liquids. The more you dispose of, the more you save! Link to this post!
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    The Daft Gadgets Daily Rant

  • Redcat Racing’s Rampage Chimera EP Pro in Action

    Jason Scott
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:18 am
      The new Redcat Rampage Chimera EP Pro Recently Redcat Racing launched the new Chimera EP Pro 1/5th scale RC sand rail RC buggy.  With dual 11.1v LIPO batteries, 2.4GHZ control, 150A electronic speed controller and brushless motor, the Rampage Chimera arrives ready to run! Check out the video below for the action. Sneak Preview Redcat Racing 1 5 Scale Gas Rampage Redcat Racing Rampage CHIMERA SR 1 5 Scale Gas Sand Rail. Meet the newest member of the Redact Racing Rampage Family the 1 5 Scale Gas Sand Rail CHIMERA SR. With the same great motor you’ve come to love.… redcat…
  • RC Vehicle Will Not Start When Starter Cord is Pulled

    Jason Scott
    1 Apr 2014 | 5:32 am
    Concern: My vehicle will not start up when I pull the starter cable. Solution: The initial point that lots of brand-new owners of Nitro Cars should understand is that a Glow Plug Igniter is required. The Glow Plug Igniter needs to be completely charged before affixing it to the glow plug. If it is totally charged and it is affixed to the Glow Plug a good connection will be made. Secondly, if the above is done correctly you need to inspect to see if the problem is that gas is reaching the carburetor. This can be accomplished by holding your finger over the exhaust opening and providing a…
  • RC Air Filters: A Quick Tip on Protecting Your Redcat Racing Engine

    Jason Scott
    24 Mar 2014 | 5:50 am
    Be it a gas or nitro engine, the most vital thing you can do is keep the evil dirt and wetness out. Dirt is the most harmful predator to a gas or nitro engine and we can keep it out with correct air filter upkeep. Keep your air filter clean and make use of air filter pretreatment oil. A Clean air filter A clean redcat air filter permits your engine to breathe effectively. A blocked air filter will trigger an engine to run rich, which will not harm the engine, simply trigger poor efficiency. If the filter is covered in dirt, it might trigger some air to slip into small spaces in between the…
  • 10 Quick and Easy RC Racing and Setup Techniques

    Jason Scott
    17 Mar 2014 | 9:30 am
    Great ideas from rccaraction.com on how you can prepare and setup for a race. 1. Neutral Setup Go with the box-stock setups and set up the popular tires at your track. When you do begin making modifications, make one at a time and see how it affects or improves your car’s performance. As you get a feel for the track design and your vehicle, gradually make your setup more aggressive. 2. Standards After your race, don’t focus too much on your lap times. When your average lap times get closer to your fastest lap time, you know you are improving. Everything else will fall in place. 3.
  • Using Thread Lock For Redcat Racing Parts and Other RC Hobbies

    Jason Scott
    13 Mar 2014 | 6:06 pm
      Making use of thread lock to secure device screws is typical practice in the RC market. Did you realize cleansing the threads with rubbing alcohol prior to using the thread locker will guarantee a much better bond? RC fuels, shock oils, and greases prevent the thread locker from working correctly, creating a weak bond. This can cause screws falling out and your new Redcat Racing hop ups falling off right in the middle of a race (how annoying) Threadlock is created to be made use of where metal threads are placed into metal threads so it isn’t really extremely efficient on plastic…
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    Love and Knuckles

  • Kris Jenner is Now a Cookbook Author

    Kate
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:06 am
    Dear Kris, I don’t know how you did it! I’ve got three kids under 5 and I am just trying to figure out how to keep my eyelids open. Here you are sitting on top of a leopard print dynasty arranging nightclub appearances one minute and then taking naked selfies in your pool the next. When did you have time to write a cookbook? I thought you had a personal chef to make you Caesar salad and lamb chops? You have time to bake ziti and lemon meringue pie? Now I don’t have to sit around wondering how Khloe likes her enchiladas. Is Lamar included or did you complete the dessert…
  • Most Important Points From Real Housewives of Orange County This Week

    Kate
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:56 am
    The most important things you missed from Real Housewives of Orange County this week. Break Down Shannon threw her arms up in the air and assured everyone that they would one day see the truth. Surely they would all at some point stop drinking the Lady Dubrow/Tammy Judge Kool-Aid. Everyone continued to drink the Kool-Aid. Tamra comforted Heather and assured her that her nemesis was outside in the driveway punching walls and ripping leaves off of bushes. “I had to restrain her. She was like a caged animal!” Then she ran outside and tried to comfort Shannon who had asked her…
  • Can You Relate to Paris Hilton?

    Kate
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:21 am
    Paris Hilton gave a fascinating interview to Daily Telegraph. Since she’s been laying low for a little while I wondered if she had changed, Perhaps she and I would have more in common as we’ve gotten older? Paris Hilton considers herself an international DJ. I have 150 kid songs and a Kool & The Gang album in my iTunes play list. Paris regularly lounges on her black leather sofa in a pink Juicy Couture tracksuit in the nightclub she had built into her house. Sometimes I hide in my bathroom. I haven’t been to a nightclub since 1972. She was once hailed as New York’s…
  • LeAnn and Eddie: How Do You Explain This Show To A Normal Person

    Kate
    19 Jul 2014 | 3:38 pm
    In my latest installment of How Do You Explain This Show To A Normal Person I tackle LeAnn and Eddie. This is how I explained the show to the barista at Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf on 17th Street in Newport Beach. New Show Barista: So, what’s new? Me: Last night I watched one of the most riveting television’s shows ever brought to VH1. Barista: Tell me. Me: Oh, just a little show called LeAnn and Eddie. Barista: Who are LeAnn and Eddie? LeAnn Rimes is a country singing star best known for shooting to stardom after becoming a one-week champion on Star Search, the American Idol of…
  • Here’s Why I Would Have Made a Terrible Bachelorette

    Kate
    17 Jul 2014 | 1:57 pm
    I would have made a terrible Bachelorette. My Introduction The show would open with me power walking on the Santa Monica strand. I would stop and look out at the view while Chris Harrison explained to the audience that I was raised in a dysfunctional family in Philadelphia until I was sent to a boarding school for emotionally and financially needy kids at 14. There would be talk about how I had hoped for a career in politics after getting a degree in political science until I realized I would never make money and I hated wearing pantsuits. Then Chris would sit me down for an emotional…
 
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    The Idle Lord

  • Simple!

    Steve
    25 Jul 2014 | 3:08 am
    “The most complicated skill is to be simple.” ― Dejan Stojanovic Saturdays With Molly It’s schools out again and the streets are awash with the vacant “yoof” walking Zombie like waiting for their Play Stations to recharge and taking the time to scare a few old folk. Teachers everywhere are bemoaning their lot as ever […] Continue reading ... Simple!.
  • Down Memory Lane – The Good Old Days – Ch 4 Fifty Not Out

    Steve
    23 Jul 2014 | 3:29 am
    “Say goodbye to the oldies, but goodies, because the good old days weren’t always good and tomorrow ain’t as bad as it seems” Billy Joel As the 1970s began, a group of mates, most living within a throw of a cricket ball from the Villas cricket ground, developed a love of the game and all […] Continue reading ... Down Memory Lane – The Good Old Days – Ch 4 Fifty Not Out.
  • Inspector Plod Visits The Villas

    Steve
    18 Jul 2014 | 2:43 am
    After my recent rants regarding a certain lack of support from the police in dealing with some local “yoof” up at the cricket club, it was a refreshing surprise to receive an email from Inspector Hugh Robinson from the Neighbourhood Policing Team. With a refreshing sense of humour and self-deprecation, Hugh duly introduced himself as […] Continue reading ... Inspector Plod Visits The Villas.
  • Down Memory Lane – How The Clubhouse Was Built

    Steve
    15 Jul 2014 | 7:34 am
    Taken from A Critic’s Corner – Ch 28 – How Not to Build a New Clubhouse. Hopefully, this piece may be of interest to those who want to know a bit more about the club’s recent history…enjoy. We ended the 1990s in some ways much further ahead than when this story really began some twenty […] Continue reading ... Down Memory Lane – How The Clubhouse Was Built.
  • Save Idle Moor – Result – So Far!

    Steve
    11 Jul 2014 | 8:04 am
    For the third time planners have refused permission to violate more of our open green space. Most likely the parasitic developers will be back but surely there can be no reversal of this application, especially given the strength of local feeling. It’s going to be a good weekend so get up on the moor and […] Continue reading ... Save Idle Moor – Result – So Far!.
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    Barb Best

  • 2 Cartoonists You Will Love

    Barb Best
    19 Jul 2014 | 1:30 pm
        I was weaned on The New Yorker Magazine cartoons.   Who doesn’t have a special place in their heart for Charles Schultz and Peanuts?   Do you love cartoons?   Do you miss the Sunday “funnies” you read as a child?                       There […] The post 2 Cartoonists You Will Love appeared first on Barb Best.
  • Are You Kidding Me? Author Stacey Gustafson

    Barb Best
    16 Jul 2014 | 10:17 am
      Writer Stacey Gustafson has a funny blog. This fall, she will have a funny book out…   Hop into your minivan and get ready to cruise through the crazies of Suburbia! Humorist Stacey Gustafson makes an entertaining tour guide in Are You Kidding Me?, a brash, voyeuristic peek inside the topsy-turvy world of suburban […] The post Are You Kidding Me? Author Stacey Gustafson appeared first on Barb Best.
  • 7 Signs Your Dog and Your Cat are Gifted!

    Barb Best
    12 Jul 2014 | 7:06 am
    Yippee! It’s a summer rerun Cats and dogs have taken over the internet and social media. Their furry mugs are everywhere…  YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest. Today Wattpad – tomorrow the world. There must be a reason for this. Maybe they are really smart? Perhaps brighter than your average couch potato. We humans are […] The post 7 Signs Your Dog and Your Cat are Gifted! appeared first on Barb Best.
  • Why My Third Husband Will Be A Dog by Lisa Scottoline

    Barb Best
    5 Jul 2014 | 11:43 am
      Listening to and LOVING this audiobook! ICYMI – Lisa Scottoline and daughter Francesca Serritella at the Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop: Related articles BOOK REVIEW: My Nest Isn’t Empty (It Just Has More Closet Space), by Lisa Scottoline and Francesca Scottoline Serritella On the Scene: At Lisa Scottoline’s Book-Club Party Mary Scottoline, 90, ‘Mother Mary’ […] The post Why My Third Husband Will Be A Dog by Lisa Scottoline appeared first on Barb Best.
  • Mindless Thought For The Day: LIFE IS…

    Barb Best
    28 Jun 2014 | 2:00 pm
      Life Is… just a bowl of organic, over-priced cherries. Life is… a day at the nude beach (and I forgot my sunscreen and umbrella hat). Life is… a song, a serenade, my friend. And sometimes a cabaret, old chum.     Life is… a gift you can’t recycle (unless you believe in reincarnation). Life […] The post Mindless Thought For The Day: LIFE IS… appeared first on Barb Best.
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    Amy Vansant - Humor

  • New Fiction Genre: The SMFF – Sexy Mystery Funny Fantasy?

    Amy Vansant
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:01 am
    Angeli (Kindle) is 99 cents from July 22-July 28!  Get it now and save $2! I have this thing, like a curse cast upon me by a gypsy with a sick sense of humor. Naturally, my gypsy woman didn’t say “thinner…” which would have been nice. My curse is that everything I do is just a little off. Just enough to screw the easy layup. I could offer a multitude of examples, but then I’d start sobbing and screaming “Why? Why?” and I’m not a pretty crier. My latest curse example is the genre of my book Angeli: The Pirate, the Angel and the…
  • Lunchtime Massacre

    Amy Vansant
    17 Jul 2014 | 6:41 am
    It was the sound of the spoon scraping his bowl that first caught my attention. I was at a coffee shop meeting with a potential client when I heard the bang! bang! scraaaape… bang! of metal against a ceramic. As my client rattled on, I peered over her shoulder and spotted a thin man in his mid-twenties scraping soup from a bowl like a starving Dickensian orphan. While he appeared to be wearing everyday work clothes, the fervor with which he attacked his soup bowl said “I’ve been trapped in a dustbin for a fortnight. Thank you, may I have another?” The…
  • Everyday Superheroes

    Amy Vansant
    9 Jul 2014 | 2:39 am
    Every other week Marvel or DC Comics has a new superhero movie; young Batman, goofy Batman, moody Batman, old Batman…  but people, save your money. There are superheroes all around us! Such as… Super Swipe! You’re trying to self-checkout at the food store when that miserable mechanical shrew says: “Please wait. Assistance is required with this item.” Noooo! you silently scream. You know how to buy turkey bacon. Seriously, do you LOOK like someone who doesn’t know how to buy turkey bacon?! But now the screen is frozen and the loser location light above…
  • Why Americans Should Learn to Speak Spanish

    Amy Vansant
    1 Jul 2014 | 4:50 pm
    Like most Americans, I can only speak English, Klingon and a smattering of Dothraki.  Once every three years I’ll put a good two weeks into learning Spanish. When I do, I’m all in: I’ll buy language programs and watch Telenovela and stuff jalapenos like a squirrel packing its cheeks for the winter, but it doesn’t stick. I never get farther than asking where I can find a library (the equivalent of asking where to find a Blockbuster ) or practicing on the dog, to whom everything sounds like a foreign language except “bone,” “car” and…
  • Sugar Peach Pie

    Amy Vansant
    29 Jun 2014 | 2:41 pm
    I really wanted donuts this morning, but I couldn’t talk anyone into going and buying them for me. Bastards. So I made a pie. It made sense to me at the time. I had 8-9 peaches that were getting ready to go around the bend, so it was a good way to save them, too. The Sugar Peach Pie is like a sweet custard with peaches in it, sitting in a crust. There is no top crust. It is fairly easy to make and was a big favorite of mine as a kid because it is pretty sweet. I mean, it’s not a donut, but it works in a pinch. Crust (shell) 1 cup flour 1/2 tsp salt 1/3 cup plust 1 tablespoon of…
 
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    The Good Badger

  • Redefining Pain

    Zach Davis
    30 Jun 2014 | 11:34 am
    A hundred billion neurons.  Ten trillion cells.  One hundred trillion bacteria.  All of this influenced by an immeasurable number of environmental and biological factors. Human beings are complex creatures, aren’t they? If you look through a microscope, perhaps.  If you take a step back, however, human behavior can be summarized in one sentence. We move toward pleasure and away from pain.  In most situations, pain plays a greater role in our motivation.  Burning your hand on a hot coal, walking across broken glass, or getting punched in the face with a baseball bat are all painful…
  • How to Vacation to Europe on the Cheap

    Zach Davis
    26 Jun 2014 | 2:59 pm
    A Western-European vacation is bacon for the soul. Few places on earth provide such a magical combination of history, beauty (in landscapes, architecture, people, and accents), FOOD, and culture without sacrificing any of the first-world luxuries that Americans tend to get itchy without.  The lone downside also happens to be a devastating one: the tornado-like effect it has on bank accounts.  The cost of airfare and lodging alone is the equivalent of 2,000 pounds of avocado, a shark boat, or this ocean garbage super important key.  Think of the possibilities. Many, reasonably albeit…
  • Why You Need to Be Eating Bone Broth Right Now

    Zach Davis
    13 Mar 2014 | 2:00 pm
    Why You Need to Be Eating Bone Broth Right Now Primer: if you’d prefer a much more intellectual take on why bone broth needs to be in you, check out this Weston A Price article.  This article is a perfect representation of why I (instantly) bowed out from the health blogging game: it’s a crowded space, I don’t do original research, and quite frankly, I consume far too much whiskey to preach an ideal diet (old fashions are my life fuel). That said, 18 months of obsessive research has equipped me with knowledge that has undoubtedly improved the quality of my life.  I’d…
  • I quit…

    Zach Davis
    25 Feb 2014 | 6:05 pm
    Blogging rule #1A: never acknowledge how long it’s been since you’ve last posted. Man has it been a long time since I’ve last posted!  So many things have happened.  Barack Obama was elected as our first black president, dick pics become easier than ever, and the government took a two week siesta. What’s that?  Literally none of that is new?  So, what did we miss? I guess there were some pretty epic boops.  And as it turns out, the NSA is listening to and reading everything we say.  Let’s go with the boops. But, believe it or not, this PSA is not about…
  • Running with the Bulls: With Concussions, Without Repercussions

    Zach Davis
    8 Aug 2013 | 11:33 pm
    I recently returned from a three week backpacking trip of Spain with a pair of good friends.  In a nutshell, it was bananas (bananas come in nut shells, everyone knows that).  Below is part one of a two part story from the trip.   Wednesday, July 9th, 2013 9:30pm: We arrive to Pamplona, the location of San Fermin (the Running with the Bulls festival). The sky is still fully lit, which adds to our already jet-lagged induced body-clock disarray.  Alex- a close friend and the trip’s organizer- and I had been traveling for the previous 48 hours, because missing our connecting flight…
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    Rubbish In, Robish Out!

  • Man Sues After Doctors Remove Penis During Circumcision

    Johnny Robish
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:44 pm
    Man Sues After Doctors Remove Penis During Circumcision:  A medical malpractice suit filed in Birmingham, Ala. claims that doctors at an area hospital amputated a man’s penis without his consent while he was unconscious for a circumcision operation.  Geez, it seems like people will sue over just about anything these days.  This is an obvious abuse of our penal system.  My question is, just who decides to get circumcised as an adult?  That really takes balls – which is sadly about all this the poor guy has left. Scientists Say All Dinosaurs May Have Sported Feathers:  New…
  • George Harrison Memorial Tree Killed by Beetles

    Johnny Robish
    23 Jul 2014 | 10:34 pm
    George Harrison Memorial Tree Killed by Beetles:  In a sad bit of irony, its being reported that a tree planted in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park in honor of former Beatle George Harrison, has died due to an “infestation of beetles.”  Are they positive that the tree is dead?  After all, didn’t they said the same thing about Paul back in the day?  Sounds like the tree wasn’t “good Norwegian Wood.”  Plant specialists are trying to determine if the beetle infestation could be part of a British invasion.   Michigan Inmates to Get Black-and-White Striped Uniforms:  Amid all…
  • Hawaii Urges Maui Residents to Watch Out for Suspicious Plants

    Johnny Robish
    22 Jul 2014 | 9:26 pm
    Hawaii Urges Maui Residents to Watch Out for Suspicious Plants:  The Hawaii Department of Agriculture, in an effort to control invasive plant species on Maui, is urging all residents to report any suspicious species of plants they may come across.  Now Willie Nelson has a place on Maui – if you’re looking for suspicious plants, I can’t think of a better place to start.   UK Women Not Fond of Beards:  A recent study found that most women in the UK are really are not very fond of men with beards.  I suspect Freud would have something to say about that.   Study Defines…
  • Groups Argue Lead Ammo Should Be Regulated

    Johnny Robish
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:29 pm
    Groups Argue Lead Ammo Should Be Regulated:  Environmental organizations are petitioning the Environmental Protection Agency to regulate lead in ammunition as a toxic substance, pointing out that eating something that was shot with a lead bullet can lead to crippled motor coordination, severe digestive problems as well as blindness and death.  In light of this, police are advising anyone who may shoot a burglar with lead bullets to refrain from eating them afterwards.   Wealth Gap Growing Between Old and Young:  A recent study found a big spike in the wealth gap between old and young…
  • Ohio Town Insists Veteran Get Rid of His Therapy Ducks

    Johnny Robish
    20 Jul 2014 | 9:11 pm
    Ohio Town Insists Veteran Get Rid of His Therapy Ducks:  AnArmy veteran in West Lafayette, Ohio is in trouble with city officials who are demanding he get rid of the 14 ducks he has been raising on his property as a form of therapy after sustaining a back injury in Iraq in 2005.  Some wonder if this might possibly make LeBron change his mind about Ohio and decide to go somewhere a little more hospitable to ducks.  City officials demand to know why he doesn’t just ride motorcycles and shoot guns like most normal Vets?  They insist that any doctor who told him to get ducks for therapy has…
 
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    The Laugh Button

  • Just For Laughs 2014: Kumail Nanjiani and friends

    Olivia Cathcart
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:15 pm
    Thursday night at Just For Laughs 2014 capped off with the midnight show “Kumail Nanjiani and Friends” at Cabaret Underworld. The “friends” portion of the show consisted of Emily Heller and Nick Thune, a combination I couldn’t miss. I personally have been waiting and waiting for the chance to see Heller live, and her performance […] Just For Laughs 2014: Kumail Nanjiani and friends appeared first on The Laugh Button.
  • Just For Laughs 2014: Jim Norton’s keynote address, “I Insincerely Apologize”

    Matt
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:14 am
    Jim Norton was the keynote speaker of this year’s Just For Laughs Festival. In the speech, Norton gets brutally honest about the business of comedy. Offering his opinion about coming up in business, self esteem, and career in comedy. As someone that found himself in the whirlwind of the “I’m offended” culture that’s been cultivated […] Just For Laughs 2014: Jim Norton’s keynote address, “I Insincerely Apologize” appeared first on The Laugh Button.
  • Just For Laughs 2014: Chelsea Peretti is an American treasure

    Olivia Cathcart
    24 Jul 2014 | 3:10 pm
    On Wednesday night in Montreal, stand-up and Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Chelsea Peretti headlined a solo show, “Chelsea Peretti: American Treasure,” at L’Astral. “You can name your show anything you want,” said Peretti as she took the stage. Unlike a few other JFL shows that night, the intimate theater filled up before the show’s scheduled start […] Just For Laughs 2014: Chelsea Peretti is an American treasure appeared first on The Laugh Button.
  • Just For Laughs 2014: New Faces highlights

    Olivia Cathcart
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:37 pm
    Just For Laughs Montreal is unmistakably the biggest comedy festival of the year. It’s a privilege to perform here, and every year many, many comedians vie to be one of the fest’s “New Faces of Comedy.” As announced Monday, twenty-one up-and-coming comedians were chosen for 2014′s New Faces showcases. Many JFL headliners first entered the […] Just For Laughs 2014: New Faces highlights appeared first on The Laugh Button.
  • #TBT to a most “Silly Time” with the boys of WOMEN Comedy

    Olivia Cathcart
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:02 am
    Every Thursday, TLB participates in #TBT by scrounging around the internet for precious web gems of yore. Here’s one of our favorite videos that deserve some extra attention. The WOMEN sketch group has been pumping out little web gems for about three years now, and this has to be my personal favorite. I’m not sure […] #TBT to a most “Silly Time” with the boys of WOMEN Comedy appeared first on The Laugh Button.
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    Carly Bird

  • The Best Food in Los Angeles

    Carly Walker
    17 Jul 2014 | 12:48 pm
    My office is really into food. We talk about where we are going to eat lunch starting at 10:00 am. Sometimes while we are still eating breakfast. We do laps around upcoming restaurants under construction in Santa Monica and make predictions of the food before the menu has even been made public. My coworker Ellen was recently highlighted on the Tender Greens blog as their official duchess after she checked in to their Santa Monica location over 100 times. Yes, 100. Multiply that number by a work team of 30 and you will see why TG gives us free cookies and drinks on the house. Here are…
  • Westside Wisdom: Amazon Fresh and Google Shopping Express

    Carly Walker
    20 Jun 2014 | 11:47 am
    I have become one of THEM. One of those bloggers who sold out and writes about products and life hacks. If you think I’ve become trivial, this video from last year is proof that Carly Bird has been this way all along. That said, there are many services, products, and hacks that can make a big difference in your life. This is one of them. Please welcome: Amazon Fresh and Google Shopping Express. Amazon Fresh Amazon Fresh is a grocery delivery service revolutionizing the way white collar first adopters fill their kale holes. The service delivers food right to your door and also gives you…
  • Because Today You Don’t Feel Mormon

    Carly Walker
    1 May 2014 | 11:58 am
    My friend looked at me from across a table with honest, vulnerable eyes as he slowly put together a string of words to tell me that he felt he could no longer be Mormon. “You’re the first friend I have told.” He nervously stammered as he waited in anticipation for my reply. The next few seconds were a blur as I thought about my good friend and others like him. There is so much I wanted to say that I couldn’t express at the moment. So I ran home and wrote this letter to all of the people I love so much who at some point or another have confessed something similar and with heavy hearts…
  • Hey, Let’s Get Out Of Here: Why Experiences Are Better Than Things

    Carly Walker
    24 Apr 2014 | 12:40 pm
    I would like to argue that experiences are better than things. I recently read this article about the idea of Communitas by Bob Horan. Here is my favorite excerpt from the article, but you should probably read the whole thing here. In 1969 an anthropologist named Victor Turner took an existing ritual theory and described something he observed as “Communitas.” You see, there are stages to a ritual. It begins with being separated from the normal, then there’s a transition into another realm of being, and ends with the reincorporation into everyday life. Turner found that when people are…
  • Explore LA: Trapped in a Room with a ZOMBIE!!

    Carly Walker
    17 Apr 2014 | 11:49 am
    The greatest piece of wisdom I have ever received at work came from my coworker John Shi. What zombie thing you ask? The ‘experience’ is called Trapped in a Room with a Zombie presented by Room Escape Adventures. Yes, there is in fact such a thing as having to problem solve your way out of a room with a zombie in it and for a limited time only you can participate. Don’t ask me details. My zombie team isn’t going until next week. All I know is: The zombie is on a chain that extends every few minutes There is a disclaimer about getting eaton by said zombie You have to…
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  • Pac-Man Pill Muncher Shirt

    PBScott
    20 Jul 2014 | 9:09 pm
    Pac-Man? Yeah I knew him, but I haven’t seen him in years now. Do you know why we called him Pac-Man? He used to eat so many pills, packs of them each day, and one day we took the pills away, so Pac got really angry and started chasing us around the house shouting. “Give […]
  • Pop Evil – Torn To Pieces – Video and Lyrics

    PBScott
    26 Jun 2014 | 11:04 am
    I know you probably all think that I live under a rock or something, but I had never heard of Pop Evil until today when I heard “Torn To Pieces”. I like its mellow beat, catchy tune, and it’s dark mood seems to suit me this morning. I looked it up on YouTube earlier and […]
  • Welcome To The Machine

    PBScott
    19 May 2014 | 8:48 am
    A few days ago I had a very strange experience, maybe not an overly unexpected one, but it was very strange just the same. I had gone to the local shopping mall with my girlfriend to look for a new backpack and get something to eat. After a short while I found one particular bag […]
  • Don’t Touch That Cookie

    PBScott
    19 Apr 2014 | 11:24 pm
    Unfortunately in life, many people who know what is right and wrong, still choose the wrong path. Their selfish actions hurt others around them, and causes unnecessary misery. Their victims, unable to avenge themselves, often take comfort in the belief that somewhere down the line, whether in this life or the next, karma will eventually […]
  • Space Invaders At Earls Farm

    PBScott
    17 Feb 2014 | 7:11 pm
    Earl’s and his family have been growing corn at this location for generations now, and are used to having a difficult time with the crops. Recently however, in addition to the normal problems of drought, insects, and birds, Earl now has had to deal with the recurring problem of annual crop circles. We have been […]
 
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    The Peanut Butter Table

  • Bad To The Drone

    Eva
    19 Jul 2014 | 2:58 pm
    Originally posted on The Nudge Wink Report:A drone took this picture only a stone’s throw from where I live. See the outhouse? Note: St. John’s Bridge in the distance. We live in a glorious modern world. A technological world filled with all kinds of machines flying through the air that can kill and/or deprive…
  • Adam Sendek: Designer and Illustrator

    Eva
    16 Jul 2014 | 5:28 pm
    Oh, yes, my lovelies–things just got a lot weirder around here, haven’t they? Our favorite Chowderhead, Adam Sendek, took the time to illustrate the custom design banner you see at the top there. Adam is one hell of an illustrator. I’m so pleased to have met him through Long Awkward Pause and hope to collaborate […]
  • With Peanut Butter!

    Eva
    7 Jul 2014 | 1:22 pm
    Many, many thanks and gratitude to editors Nicole Cliffe and Mallory Ortberg of The Toast– a very cool blog, Ta-Nehisi Coates of The Atlantic describes as ‘ratchet’, (I think that’s a good thing?) for getting my main line of work and do-goodering, dental hygiene, out there to all patients in the universe. To celebrate, I […]
  • What a Glorious Weekend

    Eva
    6 Jul 2014 | 8:56 am
    Neighborhood crab boil, Crabbies Ginger Beer, family, friends, and mediocre fireworks. I also had to work… at The Nudge Wink Report! And now–swimming! Many thanks for reading, everyone. See you soon!      
  • I Just Got Another Part-time Job!

    Eva
    27 Jun 2014 | 6:42 am
    Squeee! The job doesn’t pay, I have to use a unisex bathroom with stinky men (boys) and the annual budget is $0.00. Dreams really do come true. *sniff-wiping away rogue nose liquid* After a two month or so hiatus, my new, part-time boss, Blogdramedy of The Nudge Wink Report, decided to take a scalding, hot […]
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    Witty Woman Writing

  • Should We Grow Old Gracefully?

    Tammy
    15 Jul 2014 | 10:12 pm
    I was recently asked to lecture on the art of growing old gracefully. Boy were they barking up the wrong tree. I accepted the challenge. I figured it was an opportunity to enlighten my audience and get paid for it. Nice work if you can get it. I shared with them the bittersweet truth: there […]
  • The Biggest Lies We Tell Ourselves …

    Tammy
    9 Jul 2014 | 10:08 am
    Can take us down in the most unattractive way. Such as: I can’t do better than my best Yes you can. Doing your best is essential, no lie. But you can do more. You can look at the bigger picture. You can do your best at the right time, the right place with the right […]
  • You Want Independence? Come And Get It!

    Tammy
    1 Jul 2014 | 10:50 pm
    This Fourth of July, I am exercising my freedom. Not from the British, my ex-husband or the band of gypsies that would abscond with my womanhood (you’re way too late). I’m going for the gold. I want to claim a life without cat vomit on my desk in the mornings, random dog pee, plants that […]
  • I Wanted To Be The Perfect Mom

    Tammy
    10 Jun 2014 | 7:47 pm
    Wouldn't it be great if our kids remembered every single thing we've ever done for them? Every changed diaper, cleaned up puke, boo-boo kissed. Because if they did, they'd think we were Gods!
  • You’ll Never Get Advice As Good As This

    Tammy
    3 Jun 2014 | 10:19 pm
    I’ve got me some pretty wicked wisdom clout. Sixty years and counting. I’ve been around the block a few times and I’ve been well endowed with the common sense God gave me. So sit down and let me tell you how it is. How it really is. You know that whole ‘patience is a virtue’ […]
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    Zero People Found This Helpful

  • Never seen this happen before

    Daniel Repasky
    17 Jul 2014 | 3:45 pm
    Never thought I’d see someone accidentally lose their bike via giant balloon, but I guess someone had to be the first… Never seen this happen before is a post from: Zero People Found This Helpful
  • 87 Pound Cheese Wheel Table

    Daniel Repasky
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:10 pm
    If you’re in the market for 87 pounds of cheese, consider making this edible table… 2 of 3 people found the following review helpful i forgot the crackers, April 29, 2013 By wallace This review is from: Academia Barilla Parmigiano Reggiano DOP, 87 Pound Wheel (Misc.) when this cheese arrived i was amazed at the sheer size of it, i couldn’t work out what to do with it, my wife came up with the cracking idea to stick 4 poles into the bottom and use it as a table. I couldn’t wait to show off my table to my best friend he arrived and at first didn’t realize the…
  • ZPFTH Presents: Gif Sound Mashup Twelve!

    Daniel Repasky
    11 Jul 2014 | 3:35 am
    We’re excited to bring you the twelfth installment of our Gif Sound Mashup!   http://ZeroPeopleFoundThisHelpful.com & http://GifSound.com bring you Gif Sound Mashup 12! ►GifSounds used: COMING SOON Make your own! – http://GifSound.com no account required This video is covered under Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. § 107 – Fair Use: All visuals and sound are no more than a few seconds in length, parody the original works, are highly transformative, and are not in any way a substitute for the original. All visuals and sound are used under the Fair Use doctrine of…
  • Luigi Death Stare Compilation

    Daniel Repasky
    7 Jul 2014 | 4:00 pm
    We really like Luigi Death Stares, so we made a compilation of the best ones, with a few tricks of our own. Check it out! Some NSFW language in the music (okay, a lot of NSFW language). We collected our favorite Luigi Death Stares and put them together with a few special touches of our own at http://ZeroPeopleFoundThisHelpful.com Inspired by http://www.reddit.com/r/LuigiDeathStares and using a few GifSounds from http://www.reddit.com/r/GifSound. Make your own free at http://GifSound.com ►Gifs, Videos, and Sounds used: 1 – News – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0aylDlZ-eyw 2…
  • Amazon Reviewer Makes Haribo Mistake

    Daniel Repasky
    10 Jun 2014 | 6:29 pm
    40,363 of 40,979 people found the following review helpful  Just don’t. Unless it’s a gift for someone you hate. By Christine E. Torok Verified Purchase This review is from: Haribo Gummi Bears Sugar Free 5lb Bag (Grocery) Oh man…words cannot express what happened to me after eating these. The Gummi Bear “Cleanse”. If you are someone that can tolerate the sugar substitute, enjoy. If you are like the dozens of people that tried my order, RUN! First of all, for taste I would rate these a 5. So good. Soft, true-to-taste fruit flavors like the sugar variety…I…
 
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    Brent Blogs

  • A Simply Brent & Andréa Blogs Wedding – Part III

    Brent Blogs
    5 Jul 2014 | 7:08 pm
    As the story goes, Andréa and I first met last year creating YouTube content together. Our finished video collaboration was entitled Kill, bang or marry. Little did we know at the time, less than a year later Andréa would move from Atlanta, GA to Toronto, Canada we would marry. Vlogging isn’t an activity that comes to mind for most newlyweds, but given the humble origins of our relationship, we felt it only reasonable to document our travels together as husband and wife on YouTube. Part III of the Simply Brent & Andréa Blogs Wedding trilogy includes our visit to Peggys Cove, NS,…
  • A Simply Brent & Andréa Blogs Wedding – Part II

    Brent Blogs
    5 Jul 2014 | 7:06 pm
    As the story goes, Andréa and I first met last year creating YouTube content together. Our finished video collaboration was entitled Kill, bang or marry. Little did we know at the time, less than a year later Andréa would move from Atlanta, GA to Toronto, Canada we would marry. Vlogging isn’t an activity that comes to mind for most newlyweds, but given the humble origins of our relationship, we felt it only reasonable to document our travels together as husband and wife on YouTube. Part II of the Simply Brent & Andréa Blogs Wedding trilogy includes our stay in Halifax, NS the…
  • A Simply Brent & Andréa Blogs Wedding – Part I

    Brent Blogs
    5 Jul 2014 | 7:05 pm
    As the story goes, Andréa and I first met last year creating YouTube content together. Our finished video collaboration was entitled Kill, bang or marry. Little did we know at the time, less than a year later Andréa would move from Atlanta, GA to Toronto, Canada we would marry. Vlogging isn’t an activity that comes to mind for most newlyweds, but given the humble origins of our relationship, we felt it only reasonable to document our travels together as husband and wife on YouTube. Part I of the Simply Brent & Andréa Blogs Wedding trilogy includes the wedding itself, plus our…
  • My buddy does the Man Shot at the bar

    Brent Blogs
    22 Jun 2014 | 7:17 pm
    To celebrate our upcoming wedding this Wednesday, June 25, Simply Andréa had a spa day with some friends at the Four Seasons yesterday. Later, her and I met up with about 20 of our friends at the Frog and Firkin. …and that’s where my friend Matt did the Man Shot. Not sure what a Man Shot is? Watch this video and see for yourself. [click here to watch the video on YouTube]
  • Turn Down for What

    Brent Blogs
    20 Jun 2014 | 8:39 pm
    Decided to have a little fun tonight with a meme maker online. After listening to some Lil Jon, I give you my first ever internet meme… Turn Down (service) for What. Turn Down (service) for What Five sleeps from today, I’ll be married to Simply Andréa, and we’ll be going on our honeymoon… which will hopefully including a little Turn Down (service). Share, if you feel so inclined.
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    Epiphanies that will Alter the Course of Human Events

  • I’m An Incremental Criminal

    Greg Mischio
    21 Jul 2014 | 6:08 am
    It’s okay to break the law – as long as you don’t go to far. You won’t get a speeding ticket for doing 71 mph in a 65 zone, and with my latest epiphany, you don’t go to jail for leading a life of incremental crime. The benefits of incremental crime became apparent as I drove 71 miles per hour down the highway, in blatant violation of the 65 mph speed limit. I wasn’t alone. Hundreds of other criminals were speeding, all of us streaming by a cop, who brandished his radar gun for the bigger game – the 80 mph guy. I’m not sure when it became okay to take a clearly-posted…
  • Men Now Traveling to the Bathroom in Pairs

    Greg Mischio
    14 Jul 2014 | 6:01 am
    Why do women travel to the bathroom in pairs? My latest epiphany revealed the secret, one so terrifying that I wished I’d never questioned women’s dreaded double-trip to the can. It was a familiar scene at the restaurant. My wife and her friend had just excused themselves to go to the bathroom, leaving me and faithful sidekick Burt alone at the table. “Burt, can I ask you a personal question?” I began. “Sure.” “Why do women travel to the bathroom in pairs?” He took a deep breath, scratched his armpit, and shrugged. “I have absolutely no idea.” “I don’t either,” I…
  • Gazillion Dollar College Tuition

    Greg Mischio
    7 Jul 2014 | 4:52 am
    My son has started looking at colleges, which means his parents have started looking at jaw-dropping tuitions. It’s inspired an epiphany bound to shake the foundation of those ivory towers: gazillion dollar tuition for one person. Researchers for years have been equating education with success. Many studies indicate that the more you study something, the more you understand it, and the easier it is to sell it at a craft fair. I’m 100 percent on board with that compelling research. What I can’t grasp is why I have to spend my retirement nest egg so my son can go to college, get a…
  • Modeling My Blog After US Health Care System

    Greg Mischio
    30 Jun 2014 | 6:04 am
    When I heard about the health care a friend’s elderly mother recently received, I was appalled. Then, true to my epiphanal roots, I was inspired. I decided to model my blog after the US Health Care System: I would make serious cash without having to produce solid results. Everyone seems to have a nightmare story to tell about our health care system. So here’s mine. Sweet elderly woman (my friend’s mom) falls, shatters elbow. Major surgery follows. Hospital discharges her 24 hours later, because that’s more than enough time for a woman in her seventies to recover from…
  • Two-Minute Warning for Moms

    Greg Mischio
    23 Jun 2014 | 6:00 am
    The Precambrian era lasted nearly 4,000 million years long, but that’s nothing compared to the amount of time it takes for my wife to say goodbye to people. I believe this is a shared maternal trait, which is why I’ve created the Two-Minute Warnings for Mom. I love my wife, and you would too if you met her. She is one of the most giving, generous, loving people to ever walk the planet. However, her abundance of love, caring, and indefatigable worrying sometimes can hinder progress. Consider this dialogue I overhead as my son was heading out the door: “Good-bye, son! I love you.”…
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  • Free the Nipple?!

    cestlavie22
    25 Jul 2014 | 3:27 am
    Okay for those of you who don’t know, I am a woman. I know that is pretty shocking news. But I am. And as a woman I yearn to be a feminist. I just love the idea of it. Girl power and all of that jazz. But there are so many times I find myself really struggling to get behind a feminist movement. This is one of those times. Apparently a feminist movement found new strength after Bruce Willis’s daughter made a stink about it. The movement is called “Free the Nipple.” Bruce Willis’s daughter brought this movement to the public attention because instagram would not…
  • Zombie Date Night

    cestlavie22
    21 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    Now you guys know I love sharing my date nights with you, which is why I have another one to share. However, in the spirit of honesty I will tell you this one did not turn out the way I had hoped. After planning the night the boyfriend actually hurt himself at work and was unable to partake in the “activity” part of the night. That is now on our “to-do” list. But I will share the night as it should have gone. Recently I got my boyfriend into the Walking Dead and we finished all the episodes available on Netflix. Not quite ready to end the zombie fun I decided to make a…
  • Casket Wraps?

    cestlavie22
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:37 am
    As many of you know I recently started a new job. I am the Marketing person for a local large format print shop. We basically do signs, banners and other large format advertising. Every once in awhile though something comes across the desk that is a bit out of the ordinary. This week was one of those times. Part of my job is to make cold calls to companies to see if we can begin to work with them. My boss heard about one of the companies in our franchise having luck with funeral homes. The pitch? Casket wrapping. Let me make that clearer for you. The idea was to call funeral homes to see if…
  • Glitter Mug Gift Packs

    cestlavie22
    14 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    So when I found the glitter in my house to make the Confetti Poppers I shared last week, I remembered a project I never shared with you guys! Glitter Mug Gift Sets! As you guys know, this year has been tight for me on money so when it comes to gift giving I have had to become crafty. Pinterest has been quite a pal. When I came across this tutorial. I decided that I would use it to make my own gift packs. The mugs were adorable but the first thing I noticed that needed changing was the gold color. I am a gold hater. I won’t even wear jewelry that is gold. I don’t really know what…
  • War on Nuns?!

    cestlavie22
    11 Jul 2014 | 1:00 am
    I am not much of a news buff so very often I will come across a new story rather late. This is one of those times. I was recently made aware that the Obama administration was (is?) stuck in a legal battle with The Little Sisters of the Poor. Let me make that a little clearer. Obama had a legal battle with Nuns. I shall let that sink in for you… Yes Nuns. Okay so now that the absurdity of that has really sunk in I will explain a little. Obamacare put in place a mandate that required employers to offer free contraceptives to their employees. The Little Sisters of the Poor being a Catholic…
 
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  • Celtic Illumination, part 412, You shall be taken to the place from whence you came.

    Peter Morris
    28 Jun 2014 | 11:21 am
    It was a strange six weeks, that’s how long they suspended me for.  I didn’t mind, I was still on full pay so concentrated on my studies at Lancaster University.  I had contacted the professor at Lancaster and explained my situation and asked if I could continue with the course.  As far as he was concerned the company had paid for all of us, up front, so my place was secure and I was welcome to continue.  Surprisingly none of the others from North West Community Services attended the course.  It was interesting to discover that I was a hot topic of gossip throughout Manchester’s…
  • Celtic Illumination, part 411, The Devil is in the detail.

    Peter Morris
    27 Jun 2014 | 11:33 am
    I had seen Delia erupt before, the worst time being at a social worker, who like myself was not expecting the outburst.  Delia welcomed her in to her office, allowed the social worker to sit herself down and then, as if flicking a switch, went into a rant that shocked the pair of us.  None of the bile was directed at me, even so, I was still amazed at the ferocity of it.   When it was over it was once again as if Delia had flicked a switch and she was back to normal.  So I wasn’t sure if the outburst that I had been on the receiving end of the previous day was a one off, a standard…
  • Celtic Illumination, part 410, The worst company in the world.

    Peter Morris
    26 Jun 2014 | 9:51 am
    Forgive me, but you will all have to give me a bit of leeway this morning, I’m confused.  Not only is Colonialist being nice to me, but other people, Malla Duncan in Cape Town and Ian Thompson in London, are retweeting my blog on Twitter. Not only are they, ‘Retweeting,’ the blog, they are ‘Favoriting,’ it.  I don’t know what that means, either of them.  Today was going to be difficult enough as I have to perform the literary equivalent of a handbrake turn and take us all back to Manchester and the evilness that was Delia.  I had been released from hospital; I wasn’t cured,…
  • Celtic Illumination, part 410, The worst company in the world.

    Peter Morris
    26 Jun 2014 | 9:51 am
    Forgive me, but you will all have to give me a bit of leeway this morning, I’m confused.  Not only is Colonialist being nice to me, but other people, Malla Duncan in Cape Town and Ian Thompson in London, are retweeting my blog on Twitter. Not only are they, ‘Retweeting,’ the blog, they are ‘Favoriting,’ it.  I don’t know what that means, either of them.  Today was going to be difficult enough as I have to perform the literary equivalent of a handbrake turn and take us all back to Manchester and the evilness that was Delia.  I had been released from hospital; I wasn’t cured,…
  • Celtic Illumination, part 409, If you ever go across the sea to Ireland.

    Peter Morris
    25 Jun 2014 | 9:18 am
    Dear old Oscar, that’s Wilde to you lot, once said, “With age comes wisdom, but sometimes age comes alone.”  So as time passes I do seem to accumulate more wisdom, I even believe that I understand why the double top secret cabal, preparing me to take my rightful place as High Chief of the Clan O Neill and therefore the true King of Ireland, would make me write this blog.  It’s not so much the writing of it that is important but the responses it draws from you lot, The Illuminati. Many of you will already be saying okay, it has to be that Colonialist again, what’s he done now? …
 
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  • Friends of Nigel 5: Mousecop and Charizard

    Jackie Loveland Winsor
    29 Jun 2014 | 5:34 pm
    Alrighty, so, I went to draw some pictures for my blog and realized my tablet has not been charged, and I don't feel like waiting until it's charged. Therefore, today's blog post features ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS!And also this picture I drew a while ago:Let's start with the story of how MC and Cha-zizzle came to join our little family...Part 1: The DealOnce upon a time, there was a myself named Jackie. She didn't have any kitties because she lived in a teeny apartment and the evil apartment overlords charged $ARM.99 in non-refundable pet deposits and $LEG.00 (before tax) for monthly pet rent. To…
  • Our Anniversary Happened

    Jackie Loveland Winsor
    26 May 2014 | 4:51 pm
    I was going to make some big deal about how it was our first anniversary this weekend, but I couldn't really think of anything interesting to say about it... We spent the night at a cute, slightly haunted B&B, ate some expensive food, and then we came home. Plus, we both came down with a yucky cold, so I don't have a ton if energy for thinking. Therefore, I drew you this pictures depicting how we are spending our Memorial Day!There is a post about our kittens coming up, though, so stay tuned for that.
  • A Comprehensive Guide to Jackie's Hair

    Jackie Loveland Winsor
    20 May 2014 | 8:29 pm
    Since the early years of Cartoon Jackie, many different aspects of my person have changed drastically. From the beginning stages of primordial me, I lost the giant geeky glasses, my head got a little bigger, the feet and fingers went away, my facial features took a brief hiatus and came back as tiny eyes and huge mouth, and finally gained another dimension and leveled out as the magnificent creation you see before you today.Throughout all these changes, however, one thing has stayed the same:My ponytail.Remember this movie?Yeah, based on my life. Totally underrated, if you ask me. People…
  • From Whence I Came

    Jackie Loveland Winsor
    11 May 2014 | 3:57 pm
    Okay, first off, let me make an apology to all those who have been anxiously awaiting a new blog post for weeks. A lot of big things have been happening lately and I haven't had a ton of time to write. Plus we just barely got internet like a week ago.That said, happy Mother's Day, everyone!Let's talk about my own mother. Twenty one years, five months, and two days ago, I came into this world and made her more than she was (you're welcome, Mom). She looked down into my tiny baby face, after 24 long hours of labor, and said with tears in her eyes, "It looks like a lizard."Before I started…
  • Babies Are Gross

    Jackie Loveland Winsor
    13 Apr 2014 | 7:03 pm
    Confession time again.This may not come as a huge surprise to some (most) people, but I don't like babies. Like at all.At first it was kind of a background little quirky thing that I liked to play up, but the older I've gotten and the closer to actual childbearing time, the more I've realized that I really actually can't stand babies, and I definitely can't stand children.Even as a child myself, I harbored a certain disdain for kids. I don't know what it is... maybe there's some broken piece of my psyche that makes it so I don't react correctly to the sound of a crying baby, or the smell…
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  • Brady Bunch S1E1 – Pilot Episode: “The Honeymoon” – Full Transcription, script

    Scotty
    11 Jul 2014 | 7:51 am
    Alice – Are you finished with this juice Peter? Mike – Ok, now look boys let’s all eat a good a breakfast today. I know you’re bound to be nervous, but we have to have plenty of nourishment and energy and that’s why it’s important to have a good breakfast. Greg – We’re almost finished dad. Peter – Yeah, you didn’t eat anything at all. Mike – Oh yeah well, I’ll just have my coffee. Alice – I don’t blame you for being nervous Mr. Brady. This is a very important Saturday. Mike – Alice, I know it’s a very important Saturday. Who said I’m nervous? I’m mature and…
  • Will & Grace – Season 1 Episode 2 – A New Lease on Life – Funniest Clips

    Scotty
    6 Jul 2014 | 4:15 pm
    Season 1 Episode 2 “A New Lease on Life” First Aired September 28, 1998 Will and Jack Chatting About Grace Moving In – Jack makes “Garlic Jazz” snack mix, but Will comes home from work in a bad mood. Guapo is in the room making bird noises and Will explains to Jack that Grace wants to move in and that he (Jack) is a frustrating roommate. Will Asks Jack to Move Out – Will asks Jack to leave so that Grace can move in. Jack is making breakfast for will because Guapo pooped on one of Will’s suits. Jack smashes a glass in the sink. Karen and Grace at Work,…
  • Will & Grace – Season 1 Episode 1 – Pilot – Love and Marriage – Funniest Clips

    Scotty
    6 Jul 2014 | 3:26 am
    Season 1 Episode 1, Pilot Episode “Love and Marriage” First Aired September 21, 1998 Jack “Why Would You Think I’m Gay?” – Will and Jack playing poker at Will’s apartment with two other (straight) guys and Jack is surprised to hear that people know he’s gay. Just Jack – Can’t Move in with Guapo and Hat Box – Jack show’s up at Will’s apartment ready to move in (with Guapo the bird and a hat box), but Grace is there just for the night, so Will asks Jack to return in the morning. Meet Karen Walker – Her first…
  • Hobby Lobby Bible Babies – Official Trailer

    Scotty
    2 Jul 2014 | 10:06 am
    All the unwanted babies from “under-insured” Hobby Lobby employees are staging a revolt, and a star-studded cast is lining up to tell help their stories. Oh dear…
  • Bachmann – Video – Week in Review in Less than 1 Minute

    Scotty
    29 Jun 2014 | 6:39 pm
    Oh dear… The week ending June 28th was a good one for Michelle Bahmann. She got blindsided by Cavuto on Fox, but still made the rounds with Greta and the Faith & Freedom show at the Omni in DC. But does any of that really make her a whore? Probably not, but it is worth digging up the corn dog photo for a little more fun.
 
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  • Divine Conflict

    18 Jul 2014 | 11:41 pm
    By definition, conflict is defined as a struggle resulting from irreconcilable or contradictory needs, motivations, desires or demands (Merriam-Webster, 2014, para. 1). It is remarkable, to say the least, that two religions that share the fundamental message of peace and love are in perpetual conflict. Despite the two societies sharing monotheistic principles, similar histories and basic central beliefs, it is often those that lack true faith in these cultures that keep the fires of conflict burning.  According to Kenneth Scott Latourette PhD, an American historian, Christianity was…
  • Economic Evolution

    28 Feb 2014 | 7:28 pm
            The United States is in need of a drastic change in economic and governmental policiesin lieu of a complete societal breakdown. The current status qou has not sufficiently addressedthe needs of our ever-growing society. The central banking system that the world banks haveadopted is not adequately regulated or strictly policed by our standing governments. Unless oursocieties learn to evolve, these inconsistencies and inequalities will inevitably lead us to our owneconomic demise.      The free market economy that we “enjoy” is not as…
  • The Old Year Keeps Calling Me

    28 Jan 2014 | 8:49 am
        I don't know if every Hispanic family does this, but in my family we have a game we play leading up to the new year. The object of the game is to get someone to ask "Who?" The response will be "Ano Viejo!" (The Old Year).  As silly and pointless as this sounds, the competition can get fierce. You want to be the last one standing, essentially the person that wasted the holiday season being extremely distrustful and paranoid.    Every conversation you have can be a trap, and this is especially true of my father. My father can play off being serious better than…
  • Fireworks

    5 Jan 2014 | 3:44 am
    I used to love fireworks. They’re pretty and exciting to watch on major holidays. You know; fourth of July and New Years.  Ever since I have lived in Hawaii, it seems like everyday is fair game for fireworks and I hate it.  I hate that I have to comfort my dogs for hours while the police “investigate” who is behind this 10 pm lack of respect. This isn’t about my new found dislike for fireworks. This is about how I hid in the closet for almost half an hour because of them.     Before I begin I will restate that I am not used to this non-holiday…
  • An Age of Reason

    5 Jan 2014 | 3:16 am
    OK I recently turned twenty...something. I feel like the last seven years of my life have flown by at a startling rate. I hear teenagers and twenty year olds talk and my brain immediately loses interest. I wouldn't say I am necessarily old yet, but I am developing old people traits. I don’t know all the new internet lingo or what is going on in the world of Justin Beiber. I'm only even bringing this up because the other day in starbucks I saw a girl, that I assumed was 15 because of her mannerisms and general nonsense. She was ordering a tall non-fat vanilla latte and mentioned in…
 
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    Do You Remember

  • The Ed Sullivan Show’s Greatest Acts

    Michael Borden
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:44 am
    On Sunday nights, back in the glory days of network television, half the country, it seemed, would gather around their Philcos or RCAs to tune in to what was officially called Toast of the Town but was better known as The Ed Sullivan Show. For the next hour, tens of millions of Americans would tolerate the stiff, awkward host of the country’s premier showcase for talent for the privilege of being entertained by the world’s best acts: Elvis, the Beatles, the Supremes, the Beach Boys, Janis Joplin, the Jackson 5, the Rolling Stones, the Mamas & the Papas, the Doors—and often a little…
  • The 20 Funniest Comedy Teams of All Time

    Serge Stevens
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:35 am
    The comedy team is a sacred show-business relationship. From the beginning of time, when Eve asked Adam if he wanted a bite to eat, having two or more characters deliver the jokes has always meant more laughs for your money. Whether the team was a husband and wife, a jokester and his straight man or an ensemble pun-fest, comedy teams have left us rolling in the aisles since, well, since there were aisles. In no particular order, here’s our favorite top 20, guaranteed to split a rib or two. Smothers Brothers Starting out with “Mom always liked you better” jokes, the real-life brothers…
  • Still Screaming for Ice Cream

    Serge Stevens
    25 Jul 2014 | 7:58 am
    We eat a lot of ice cream in this country. But come the summertime, we eat a lot of ice cream. That makes sense, of course, because ice cream is cold and refreshing. Ice cream cones and sandwiches are also very portable—they’re perfect for time spent outdoors, particularly after dinner, when the family meal comes to an end but there’s still plenty of daylight. I have such vivid, fond memories of those days as a kid. I grew up in suburbia, and back then no one gave any thought to crime on the streets. Children would run past parked cars and in and out of backyards with abandon. But when…
  • Henry Hathaway: Hollywood’s Toughest Director

    Francisca Matos
    25 Jul 2014 | 3:00 am
    “To be a good director, you’ve got to be a bastard. I’m a bastard and I know it.” —Henry Hathaway If he was a bastard, his actors didn’t mind, and they were the biggest stars of the era: Gary Cooper, John Wayne, Robert Mitchum, James Stewart, Marilyn Monroe, Carroll Baker, Lee Marvin, Debbie Reynolds, Henry Fonda, Gregory Peck and George Peppard, to name a few. “They loved him,” Henry Hathaway’s son, Jack, said in an exclusive DoYouRemember interview. “He was the toughest S.O.B. I’ve ever known. My father was a great man.” Henry Hathaway was a star maker, a no-nonsense…
  • It Happened Today – July 25

    Do You Remember
    24 Jul 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Post written by Do You RememberThe post It Happened Today – July 25 appeared first on Do You Remember.
 
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    Week Cartoons

  • Mescaline Flower Cartoon

    Cale Grim
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:56 pm
    The post Mescaline Flower Cartoon appeared first on Week Cartoons.
  • Shy Cartoon

    Cale Grim
    18 Jul 2014 | 3:14 pm
    Shy Cartoon This is actually a cartoon about being shy. Best to keep some of those more curious revelations in the shell. Don’t screw around with liberty, man. The post Shy Cartoon appeared first on Week Cartoons.
  • Orange Toothpaste Cartoon

    Cale Grim
    7 Jul 2014 | 8:08 am
    The post Orange Toothpaste Cartoon appeared first on Week Cartoons.
  • The World According to Baseball Cartoon

    Cale Grim
    30 Jun 2014 | 9:17 am
    The World According to Baseball Cartoon The world according to baseball cartoon. The World Series is a big misnomer. Ask the World Cup about it. : http://www.weekcartoons.com/world-according-to-baseball-cartoon : http://www.weekcartoons.com/wp-content/uploads/world-according-to-baseball-cartoon.png The post The World According to Baseball Cartoon appeared first on Week Cartoons.
  • IT Professionals Cartoon

    Cale Grim
    27 Jun 2014 | 9:10 am
    IT Professionals Cartoon A IT professionals cartoon. Just some fun for the Internet Technology Professionals out there. Does anyone even remember that movie? : http://www.weekcartoons.com/it-professionals-cartoon : http://www.weekcartoons.com/wp-content/uploads/it-cartoon.png The post IT Professionals Cartoon appeared first on Week Cartoons.
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  • Now THAT’S My Kind Of Art! | Impressive Chocolate Sculptures

    Amber Waddy
    18 Jul 2014 | 7:52 am
    In ten days time many of us will be, or should be, celebrating National Milk Chocolate Day. Chocolate is a very tasty and appealing thing, and for a number of professional chocolatiers it’s both a career as well as a regular delight.To celebrate milk chocolate as well as it’s fellow comrades in all their divine glory, we’ve complied a post full of some of the most inspiring and intricate designs known the world over… Source: Array
  • 16 Ridiculously Photogenic Photographs

    Jade Waddy
    11 Jul 2014 | 8:12 am
    We’ve all seen the seriously/ridiculously photogenic memes, right? Seruiously photogenic guy, followed by ridiculously photogenic horse and photogenic baby. They all have earned their place on the internet, but there are more of them. Some animals and people are so photogenic that they don’t even exist in the real world, but rather on a photogenic planet called Photon. Here are 16 pictures to make you ridiculously jealous. Source: Array
  • There are no words… | Wordless Wednesday

    Jade Waddy
    25 Jun 2014 | 8:56 am
    On this fine day of the week, you’ll usually see pictures of stunning views or adorable animals. This Wednesday however you’ll be looking at a selection of weird and wonderful photographs that will leave you rendered speechless, and not totally for the better.  Source: Array
  • I HAVE… THE POWERRRR! | Weird And Wonderful Power Outlets

    Amber Waddy
    18 Jun 2014 | 2:14 am
    Let’s face it, power sockets are pretty boring. Most of them are made out of cheap ass plastic, and they’ve never been a huge part of your rooms design. However, there are some sockets out there that break away from the mold.Here we look at some of the wackiest and clever plug concepts from around the tinterwebs. Some of these you can actually buy! Source: Array
  • Epic Fantasy Battle – Game of Thrones V Lord of the Rings

    Jay Tuckwell
    14 Jun 2014 | 2:00 am
    I like Game of Thrones, but… I also like the Lord of the Rings. Which one is better? There’s only one way to find out… FIGHT!!! You must take 5 minutes out of your day to watch this fantastic video. Source: Array
 
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  • 6  Steps To Vengeance

    24 Jul 2014 | 2:00 pm
    What to do when a gang of thugs breaks into your home, drink all of your beer, eat all of your leftover pizza and pee all over your toilet seat? Find out in the 6 steps to vengeance!
  • Busty Blaze Blasts Beastly Burger

    21 Jul 2014 | 6:11 am
    Double-Cheezus the Beastly Burger wreaks havoc and carnage! Can Blaze blast him to hell?
  • Hellish Fear of Busty Curves

    20 Jul 2014 | 12:20 pm
    Diabolically evil creatures with hellish fear of busty curves confront bodacious, perfect-bodied Milkmaid!
  • Two Police Inspectors In No Country For Old Bearrs

    18 Jul 2014 | 5:38 pm
    Two Police inspectors investigate brutal Pollock-Art-Style slash killings in no country for old bearrs, men or domesticated beastsPsst! ..And while yer at it, why not get a load of the "No Country For Old Bearrs" t-shirt, on sale at Redbubble!
  • Small Child Reveals Deadly Gun-Fu Secret

    17 Jul 2014 | 12:56 pm
    Small German Child reveals deadly Gun-Fu secret at televised sport event!
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    Above Average

  • Get your free cone with these misheard song lyrics

    Above Average
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:39 am
    Sometimes our favorite songs can be a little hard to understand. Is it “Who let the dogs out” or “Who licked the dolls out?” And it really does sound like Missy Elliott is advertising free ice cream instead of advising us to get our freak on. Watch this video to see all the best misheard song lyrics of the 2000s. But be warned — you may never hear the Backstreet Boys in the same way again.
  • Passing out, haikus in suburbia, and new music

    Above Average
    25 Jul 2014 | 8:33 am
    Above Average’s staff answers the question: What’s the best thing you’ve seen on the internet this week? Passing Out! On Live TV! “This super cut of people passing out on live TV just makes me so happy.” - Carl Baker Suburban Haiku “This week I’m into author Peyton Price’s twitter feed, @suburbanhaiku.” - Eloise Head Credit where credit is due: pic.twitter.com/KxPKixvqfk — Peyton Price (@Suburbanhaiku) July 21, 2014   Bee and Puppycat “My favorite thing on the internet right now: Bee and Puppycat.” - Kelly Harper   Kanye…
  • Adopt-A-Dude helps dudes in need

    Above Average
    24 Jul 2014 | 12:22 pm
    All around the country, dudes are struggling to complete even the most basic tasks in adult life. It’s a troubling epidemic; thankfully, 1-800-Adopt-A-Dude is here to help. For the price of just a cup of coffee, you can provide a dude with the tools he needs to succeed. Watch this new video from Melissa Hunter to learn how you can save a life:
  • The trouble with hip bathroom signs

    Above Average
    24 Jul 2014 | 10:59 am
    Ever needed to pee at a trendy restaurant? Good luck deciphering those hip bathroom signs. It can be stressful trying to figure out which room is the men’s and which is the women’s. No one should have to solve a puzzle just to take a piss! Watch the video to see two friends take on this tricky task. via CollegeHumor
  • 90s Sleepover and the joy of middle school

    Above Average
    24 Jul 2014 | 7:33 am
    The 90s brought us a lot of great things, but none greater than middle school sleepovers. Watch our new series, 90s Sleepover, starring three middle school boys and 200 pogs. Check out the first episode, Cheat Code, here: Here’s a look at the rest of the series:  
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  • Sorry for the reduction in posting frequency

    wannasmile
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:29 am
    via Hey ya’ll. I’m sure many of you have noticed that I have not been posting as frequently on the site and that is in part due to many issues. I am in the process of a move over the course of the next few weeks that is happening rather quickly and unexpectedly. So, between that and work, and you know…being a mom, my time hath been rather limited. That being said, here is a cute sorry looking pupper. I hope you accept my apologies…
  • I come bearing gifts

    wannasmile
    25 Jul 2014 | 9:26 am
    You know how to win me over, pupper! via
  • Zen Moment of the Day

    wannasmile
    24 Jul 2014 | 5:00 pm
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  • Itteh bitteh cute octopus

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    24 Jul 2014 | 8:00 am
    I think that’s what it is? via
  • This is so true…

    wannasmile
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    via
 
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    The Life Lessonbook

  • Lessons From a Sunburned Corpse

    Dustin
    23 Jul 2014 | 5:06 am
    Nobody likes Bicycle Guy. Bicycle Guy owns a yoga studio full of tights. His bike weighs less than your shoes. For some reason, he needs cleats to pedal. His seat (which he insists on calling a “saddle”) is half a cheek wide and costs three times more than your office chair. He chooses to ignore perfectly good bike paths so he can clog up traffic in the street. He is the most obnoxious person in the world. Last Saturday, I found myself surrounded by Bicycle Guy. That’s because I decided to participate in the Cleveland Clinic’s “VeloSano,” a bike race created to raise money for…
  • The Amazing Spider-Man

    Dustin
    16 Jul 2014 | 4:09 am
    I do not recommend canoeing as a first date if you hope to reach date number two. My wife and I canoed on our first date, and it was very nearly the last time we did anything at all. I thought it went great. Deserae did not. Here’s how it went: HOUR 1 Dustin’s version: It took a couple minutes for us to get on the same page. Deserae’s version: Dustin could not stop running into rocks. He just kept zig-zagging back and forth into Every. Single. Rock. HOUR 2 Dustin’s version: I was pretty funny. Deserae seemed to be into me. Deserae’s version: I don’t know what we talked about. It…
  • In Sleepwalks and in Health

    Dustin
    9 Jul 2014 | 4:20 am
    The regular marriage vows cover a lot of ground. For better or for worse. In sickness and in health. For richer or for poorer.   For my wedding, I was adamant that we stick with the original. None of this “I promise to forever be your Rock of Gibraltar.” You can feel OK sailing away from the Rock of Gibraltar if it starts acting crazy. “Til death do us part” leaves much less wiggle room. This is all very important, because I walk in my sleep. I’ve discovered that people are usually amused when you tell them that you walk in your sleep. “Oh, haha, that’s cute,” they say. “I…
  • Baby, You’re a Firework

    Dustin
    2 Jul 2014 | 3:31 am
    As a homeowner, I pay thousands of dollars in taxes to my city throughout the year for things like police, fire, schools and garbage removal. Every couple of years, the city asks for a little more money. “We’re running out of money!” they say. “If you don’t give us more money, we’ll have to fire most of the police officers, then all the criminals will know about the city that has no police officers, and they will rob your house over and over again. So I give them more money, and they say, “Thanks, we won’t fire the police officers now!” And then they spend it all on…
  • It’s Not a Time Share!

    Dustin
    25 Jun 2014 | 4:04 am
    Deserae and I are amazing at getting free to almost-free things. If you’d like, we can give you the rarely requested “free” tour of our house, where we point out all of the free things we own – this couch, those TVs, that soundbar, etc. During the tour, we are at our most insufferable. We are especially good at going on vacations for free. Thanks mostly to credit card sign-up bonuses, we’ve booked trips to Bermuda, the Bahamas, Hawaii (multiple times) and Australia for basically free. So when we got a poorly written, poorly designed invitation in the mail to a time share…
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  • Giraffe swimming in a pool: This is what happens when leave your Giraffe unattended

    HipBlow
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Giraffes are so cool, but if you plan on getting one make sure that it won't be able to reach your pool. These pictures of a giraffe swimming in a pool, made it to the front page of reddit a couple of days ago, however no backstory behind these pictures have yet been found, what do you think the story behind these pictures is? Maybe just Photoshop? or someone actually owns this giraffe?...The post Giraffe swimming in a pool: This is what happens when leave your Giraffe unattended appeared first on Hipblow.
  • Music painting: Unique musical art by Matteo Negrin

    HipBlow
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    Matteo Negrin is an artist that knows how to combine his love for music and his painting skills very well. Music painting is a video in which Matteo transforms peaceful tunes into a piece of art...The post Music painting: Unique musical art by Matteo Negrin appeared first on Hipblow.
  • Katy Perry and Madonna go bondage: V Magazine Photoshoot

    HipBlow
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:30 am
    Katy Perry and Madonna unveil their dominatrix side on this photoshoot for V Magazine. In these pictures we can see how these Pop Stars aren't afraid of showing their naughty side...The post Katy Perry and Madonna go bondage: V Magazine Photoshoot appeared first on Hipblow.
  • Creative art on railroad tracks: Master pieces to see in case you miss the train!

    HipBlow
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    Artur Bordalo (AKA Bordalo II), is making the streets of Lisbon say meaningful things, for example, he is turning some ugly and not so special railroad tracks of his city into great and clever pieces of art. No doubt Artur and his art on railroad tracks are part of an amazing wave of street artists that fills our cities with meaningful art...The post Creative art on railroad tracks: Master pieces to see in case you miss the train! appeared first on Hipblow.
  • NO CAMERAS ALLOWED: This guy snuck into concerts and FILMED EVERYTHING

    HipBlow
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    NO CAMERAS ALLOWED is a documentary by Marcus Haney, in which he snuck into a large number of concerts from Coldplay, Skrillex, Jay-Z, and other artists...The post NO CAMERAS ALLOWED: This guy snuck into concerts and FILMED EVERYTHING appeared first on Hipblow.
 
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    The Content Bloke

  • Why Flash Fiction Sucks

    TheContentBloke
    25 Jul 2014 | 5:26 am
    If you've ever read an article about how to write effective web content, you're bound to have come across the term skimming and how dreadfully important it is for your articles to be skim friendly. Apparently most people, even geeks locked away in their noxious bedrooms for days on end, don't have time to read online articles all the way through. Instead they skim over the text, pausing to read only headings and the occasional excerpt. They're like adolescent boys in the pre-Internet porn era,... Read the full article at The Content Bloke.
  • Shoulda Fixed That

    TheContentBloke
    9 Jul 2014 | 5:07 am
    The post Shoulda Fixed That appeared first on The Content Bloke. Read the full article at The Content Bloke.
  • The Secret to Selling Anything

    TheContentBloke
    4 Jul 2014 | 9:01 pm
    Although you've probably never heard of me, I'm one of the world's leading authorities on selling. I'm an expert on selling even though I haven't worked in sales since 1985. Incredibly, some might say impossibly, I acquired my expertise despite the fact that I've never read a single Neil Rackham book, listened to a Zig Ziglar CD, watched a Marshall Sylver DVD, or attended a Tony Robbins seminar, and people walk on hot coals to walk on hot coals at a Tony Robbins seminar. So how did I get to be... Read the full article at The Content Bloke.
  • Classic Moments in Australian TV comedy

    TheContentBloke
    30 May 2014 | 2:00 am
    All of us have our own golden age of television comedy, a time usually bookended by our early teens and late twenties, when we laughed the loudest and longest at the lovable imbeciles and cantankerous dirtbags who rule the TV comedy roost. For me that time lasted only from 1973 to 1979, but what a time it was. That's when towering British comedies such as Till Death Us Do Part, Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em, Monty Python's Flying Circus, and The Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin strafed the family... Read the full article at The Content Bloke.
  • Poor Doggie Missed Out

    TheContentBloke
    22 May 2014 | 11:15 pm
    The post Poor Doggie Missed Out appeared first on The Content Bloke. Read the full article at The Content Bloke.
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    RhymeZone Forums

  • "I Never Knew..."

    BlueAngel
    22 Jul 2014 | 11:54 am
    "I NEVER KNEW..." _________________ I was a teenage boy who would come home from school and hang out at my neighbors' trailer. The mom was a Christian who always had a bible near by to read when she had the time. The dad would be at work. And they had three kids who were too young to go to school yet. Two girls, and the youngest being a boy who was still in diapers. The mom and kids would go to church. Sometimes the mom would work too. After school I would go hang out with the father while the mom was at work, or church, or where ever she went. He sat on the porch next to me with…
  • Motor Lodge Shangri-La

    Atehequa
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:22 pm
    A sunny day to begin with Then dark clouds rushed in from the south Thunder, bright flashes of summer lightning Torrential rain pounding upon our one window The four of us a bit too high, but not that dry Having sought shelter from the elements again Inside a double occupancy room at the Afton Inn Liquor flowed and in the pipe smoldered Panama Red A rainy evening to begin with Tapering off at dusk when the fog arrived Door open, seeing nothing within this cloud Mountain top merriment, far away from it all Hiking, camping and our usual highland tramping Could well wait until tomorrow morning's…
  • Ode to RhymeZone

    Angelgurl
    15 Jul 2014 | 8:20 pm
    Once upon a time there was a site called RhymeZone Many started off as kids, and the years have flown, Yet we still are on a quest for the throne. It started with a rhyme that set the tone, Then it spread with a contest of the last post to own. At first we were strangers, completely unknown, But over the years, friendships have grown. The other site felt the need to disown, So our fearless leaders set about making a clone. Now our new forum is set in stone, And we have a new home where our thoughts are shown.
  • Write a Poem and Win A RhymeZone Cloud Tag Magnet!

    Electron.John
    14 Jul 2014 | 2:09 pm
    I got a bunch of these RhymeZone cloud tag magnets and they look really great. If you want one just post a poem, with at least one of the words in the RhymeZone cloud tag in your poem, before the end of the this month (July 31st, 2014) and PM me with your address (or the address you want me to mail it to along with the poems title). The poem must be at least 4 lines long and use at least one of the words on the magnet. All valid poems submitted will win a magnet. Supplies are limited so when the magnets run out so does the contest even if that turns out to be before July 31st, 2014.
  • Women Include Men

    mv.venkataraman
    13 Jul 2014 | 9:22 am
    To the women of this Earth I write this with true mirth Because you give permission Souls enjoy here admission Life is through you created So my thanks are now stated To co-operate if you refuse How can issues all produce? In case you stay fully aloof No job for God in sky-roof When there is no family No question of anomaly You possess great divine power As you become a holy mother Happiness is by your fixed You make one joyful or vexed Your prowess I ever realize You can stop or start cries O- Women of this holy Universe You can curse or kindly nurse. mvvenkataraman
 
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    Dubious Knowledge Institute

  • Mirthsome Natality-Junction With Self-Awareness Through Parturition To You!

    dvanoss
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:15 am
    “Happy Birthday To You”, also known as “Happy Birthday”, also known as “I Hear There’s Free Cake in the Break Room”, is the most recognized song in the English language, followed closely by the theme from “The Rockford Files”. It has been translated into 18 languages, including dog, and was composed by sisters Patty and Mildred Hill in 1893, who conceived it originally as “Good Morning to All” for their kindergarten students (“Good morning to all, good morning to all, sit down and be quiet, or you’ll spend a…
  • The Grassed and the Furious: 5 Dubious Lawn Tips

    dvanoss
    16 Jul 2014 | 2:44 pm
    It’s summer, which means it’s time to look at your sad, weedified, dead-patchy lawn and mentally kick yourself for not taking care of it in the spring when you were supposed to, but you were too busy fixing the snowblower which you put off in February because you were still getting your Christmas decorations off the roof which you put off in January, which, etc. But it’s never too late to get ready for next year, until next year is here, of course, so let’s take a look at 5 ways you can improve your lawn’s chances of making you look like a competent homeowner…
  • All About Mozart (Part 2: Romance Blossoms under the Potato Flake Plant)

    dvanoss
    8 Jul 2014 | 2:22 am
    To Vienna and back again After returning to Austria in 1773, Mozart was hired as a court musician by the ruler of Salzburg, Prince-Archbishop Hieronymus Colloredo, so named because his parents apparently lost a bet. While most of his peers were having to take jobs working for wig telemarketers, Mozart was able to make a living as a musician and composer, had many fans, and over 10,000 likes on “GesichtBuch” (Facebook). He was able to compose in a variety of genres, including masses, conglomerations, symphonies, sonatas, elantras, serenades, and a few minor skirmishes (Music…
  • Independence Day: Bunting and Earl’s Pinky

    dvanoss
    29 Jun 2014 | 7:47 pm
    Independence Day, commonly know as the “4th of July”, or “The Day That Earl Almost Blew Off His Pinky With That Homemade Firecracker He Made From A Pack Of Cigarettes And Some Sparklers”, is celebrated every 4th of July, or on July 4, whichever comes first. The history of this day is storied and rich, but for most Americans it means parades, picnics and running around the house with sparklers while your mom yells at you not to poke your eye out. Here, then, in order to appease your history teacher who said you’d never amount to much if you didn’t memorize…
  • Oh, Heavenly Bacon

    dvanoss
    24 Jun 2014 | 1:30 am
    Just saying the word “bacon” causes most people’s mouths to say “I would like to have some of the bacon you are talking about, please”, as the cult of bacon has become an epidemic in the last few years. A tasty, tasty, epidemic. But where did this delectable delight of porcine pulchritudiness come from? Certainly not from the Thesaurus that birthed that last sentence, possibly from aliens bent on distracting us with maple bacon doughnuts, but mostly from hungry people who had access to pigs. The process of manufacturing bacon has many variations, methods and…
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    The Name's Ponyboy

  • Nightcrawler

    ponyboy
    25 Jul 2014 | 1:00 pm
    Check out Jake Gyllenhaal’s new movie.  I’m fan of Gyllenhaal, he’s been on a roll the last 3-4 years playing good characters and making good films.  He looks nuts in this, I can’t wait to see it. The post Nightcrawler appeared first on The Name's Ponyboy.
  • GIF Pony

    ponyboy
    25 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    The good ole’ days when wrestling was awesome and the Hulk wasn’t a weirdo.  Let’s ride… The post GIF Pony appeared first on The Name's Ponyboy.
  • I Like These (35)

    ponyboy
    25 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
    So true…. The post I Like These (35) appeared first on The Name's Ponyboy.
  • Girls Failing pt II

    ponyboy
    24 Jul 2014 | 11:00 am
    They come in all shapes, sizes, ages and colors.  Let’s take a look at girls failing part II. The post Girls Failing pt II appeared first on The Name's Ponyboy.
  • I Like These (36)

    ponyboy
    24 Jul 2014 | 6:30 am
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    Winston's Random Musings

  • 10 things I learnt in New York

    Winston Chong
    16 Jul 2014 | 6:19 am
     This being a humour blog, I'm putting my most hilarious photo that I took during my trip. This is it.1. Almost all major apparel brands have their global flagship stores here. Even the Japanese casual wear Uniqlo. 2. Security at Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building are on par, if not stricter than the JFK airport.  3. All American set meal portions are as large as the US continent. For an Asian like me living in a little red dot, one set is good for two. 4. Patience is not a virtue found in any drivers in Manhattan. Once the green light is on, so does the honking.  5.
  • Final musings on World Cup before the final match

    Winston Chong
    9 Jul 2014 | 9:24 pm
     My neighbourhood coffee shop is a lifelong Argentina supporter as seen from their uniform's colour combination. Luckily it wasn't green & yellow  The best World Cup teams in each continent are Germany (Europe), Japan (Asia) and Mexico (Americas)... which are judged purely on the design of their cool jerseys decked on toned torsos under the sweltering heat. The matches have evolved into a 90min catwalk for me looking at the next jersey to buy while the legions of female fans would wait for the jerseys to come off at the end of the match for the real show to begin.  ***** At…
  • (Mis)adventures in New York

    Winston Chong
    1 Jul 2014 | 3:33 am
     Here's the most famous woman in the world - Lady Liberty from the inside -  where you can see the eyes and nose. Isn't it ironic that for my New York trip: - I did more research than anything I've done in office. - I had muscle ache and sunburn within one day more than I ever would in one year in tropical Singapore. - I was more exhausted in one week here than my month-long company teamwork event that I organised. It begs the question whether I'd be better off working than holidaying.*****Dear New Yorkers,I speak with a different accent doesn't mean I know less English than you. I…
  • Off to the Big Apple

    Winston Chong
    22 Jun 2014 | 6:23 pm
    This Singapore nerd is going for a 10-day Manhattan walkabout on 25 June. Hence I'm consolidating all my replies here to my friends to save time rather than replying individually. Please read only the one that I'm writing to you and ignore the rest:- luv u♥- f**k u!- let's get down and work on the proposal- let's get down and dirty!- so sorry for delaying your deadline- you better be sorry or you're dead!- is this the best that you can do?- keep in touch, all the best.
  • I'm so hot!

    Winston Chong
    22 Jun 2014 | 6:23 pm
    (Work-in-progress post) Living in this little red dot in summertime, there are few two words that will strike fear in the hearts of the common folks, like "train down", "economy down" , and most recently "TV down" for the World Cup-crazy nation. But everyone will agree that my recent suffering in office was literally hell on earth when it was "air-con down". *****It is so hot these days, that the ice-cream I'm eating feels warm. The country would be even hotter if not for the Singapore icy service level that sends a chill down everyone's spine. ***** 
 
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    Funny Dating & Relationship Stories & Advice - Melanys Guydlines

  • Got Wrinkles? Win $290 of Nerium AD Face & Body Firm Cream

    Melany
    23 Jul 2014 | 7:54 am
    Got wrinkles? There is an app for that and Melanysguydlines has an exclusive opportunity for you to get rid of your wrinkles without sticking needles in your face. People always card me and I tell them to limit their botox consumption because too much of anything is not a good look. Talking to you Mr. Manilow and Mrs. Kidman. But, after my moving ordeal with Jiminy, I felt like I was looking a little “worked” and worn out. My friend told me about this cream she was using on her face to reduce wrinkles, fine lines, redness and sent me... Continue Reading
  • Dating: 16 Reasons I Swiped & X’d Your Face on Tinder

    Melany
    21 Jul 2014 | 9:23 am
    I first heard about Tinder, the dating app, a few years back when I saw a super risqué AD on a billboard driving down Sunset Blvd in Hollywood. Someone told me that it was just a hook up site for guys that were not interested in me – just interested in each other. So, I disregarded this little app for quite sometime until a friend suggested I give it a try a few months back. To my surprise there were a lot of guys looking for girls and I threw my hat in the ring. Why not? Right? It really... Continue Reading
  • Win $100 To Stub Hub & Take Me With You

    Melany
    16 Jul 2014 | 9:59 am
    UPDATE to my psycho ex Jiminy Cricket saga. I moved out, got alimony and secured custody of Teddy Brewksi. I WIN! I WIN! Now, I am giving you a chance to win $100 to StubHub. Plus, I am cricket free and ready to celebrate! Partnering with my girl Helene from Helene In Between again for this giveaway. She is off to Europe and I am off to, well, …..NO WHERE (and am excited about it and not having to pack and unpack). While Helene travels Europe and I stop traveling, kick back and set out what I was meant to... Continue Reading
  • 19 Things That Make Moving Worse Than It Already Is

    Melany
    14 Jul 2014 | 7:35 am
    It is 4:45 AM and I am writing to you from my mass exodus from a place called Cricketville. I have been there and none of you need to go there. Take my word for it. I have experience with creepy crawlies and in the past week I felt them crawling all over. You know? That horrible feeling you have when you can’t decide where to itch first because “something” is crawling ALL OVER YOUR BODY and won’t go away. Not to worry! I have found my salvation in a hotel called the Valley Ho until I can be safely... Continue Reading
  • Pepper Spray, My New Accessory: As Seen On The Steve Harvey Show

    Melany
    10 Jul 2014 | 9:45 am
    It is no secret that I deal with creeps on a daily basis. I had enough of the guys who “drive their rent” in LA and decided to relocate to the dessert in the middle of the summer for a little while. Yes, I know it is 115 degrees and hot but I love it here. I am a Wildcat for life and Arizona holds a special place in my heart for so many reasons. This time around, I am in Scottsdale checking things (and MEN) out to see if I like it. So far, I love Arizona and the... Continue Reading
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    The University of the Bleeding Obvious

  • Celebrity Bounce

    24 Jul 2014 | 4:23 pm
    An exciting new gameshow coming soon to BBC1
  • The East Bridgford Find My Keys Project

    24 Jul 2014 | 3:24 am
    Charity event raises £4000 to help man find his keys.
  • Squeak Off

    22 Jul 2014 | 4:07 pm
    Top spies know that when you're sneaking up behind an enemy agent, positioning yourself to deliver the fatal karate chop that will guarantee the future security of the free world, the last thing you want is a stray squeak or creak to give away your position.
  • A Pox on Your Houses

    21 Jul 2014 | 4:11 pm
    Worrying increases in cases of 'house pox' prompt new government measures.
  • Potholes

    21 Jul 2014 | 2:07 am
    Council prevented from filling in dangerous pothole after it is declared a site of special scientific interest.
 
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    Welcome to The Midside

  • Black Captain America, The Strain Review, and Nice Guys

    themidside
    20 Jul 2014 | 11:12 pm
    The world’s a-changin’, and we’re ready for it in The Midside. While none of us are shocked at Marvel making Captain America black and Thor a woman or how awesome The Strain’s premiere episode was, Elliot is so unable to understand why women have such a problem with nice guys that Justin has to break it down for him. Join us for the discussion or we’ll find you and toss you into a giant hole in Siberia.
  • The Future of Harry Potter, 2014 Emmy Noms, One Thing to Improve the World

    themidside
    13 Jul 2014 | 9:18 pm
    The internet asploded this past week due to LeBron James returning to Cleveland, Germany destroying another country (in soccer), and JK Rowling writing another story featuring the now-adult wizard she unleashed upon us all. We figure out what it all means for our future. Plus, Bryan Cranston and Breaking Bad are going to win a bunch of Emmys, and we acknowledge that fact because we’re supposed to.
  • Luis Suarez Bites, Gary Oldman Rants, and The Lone Ranger Shines

    themidside
    29 Jun 2014 | 8:44 pm
    Excuses, excuses, excuses are all we hear about how the world should be and why it isn’t that way. We take these cries of offense head on as we clench our jaws around a World Cup controversy, an Oldman’s ranting, and a pervasive movie measurement myth.
  • The Redskins Trademark Cancellation, Ron Paul “Acts” in Atlas Shrugged Part 3, and Chelsea Handler & Netflix

    themidside
    22 Jun 2014 | 8:26 pm
    It’s a week of absurdities in The Midside as we try to understand the United States Government canceling the Washington Redskins trademark, Ron Paul appearing in Atlas Shrugged Part 3, and Chelsea Handler Chelsea Handling Netflix. We also debut a new segment, BuzzFeed Comment Theater.
  • The World Cup, Pixar’s Inside Out, and Is Jack Bauer the American James Bond?

    themidside
    15 Jun 2014 | 5:45 pm
    We return from our one week break to celebrate the world’s game on its biggest stage…but why did the United States coach say they have no chance of winning? Pixar’s next movie is also deserving of adulation, so we pontificate on the premise of Inside Out. In TV with JML, I talk about why I’m done watching The Wire for now, and we participate in Talkbacker’s James Bond week by asking if Jack Bauer is the American version of him.
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    CheesyPeasy

  • Atlantic Way in Norway

    cheesypeasy
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:21 am
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  • Drag Racing in Thailand

    cheesypeasy
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:07 am
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  • Sometimes a Batman comes in handy

    cheesypeasy
    18 Jul 2014 | 1:36 pm
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  • Fruit Helmets

    cheesypeasy
    18 Jul 2014 | 9:18 am
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  • Only in Japan

    cheesypeasy
    18 Jul 2014 | 2:52 am
    [source] Likes(0)Dislikes(0)The post Only in Japan appeared first on CheesyPeasy.
 
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    Funny Jokes, Cartoons, Quotes | Short Real Inspiring Stories

  • “It’s impossible to stop the flow of reasoning.”- Children Jokes

    Malenadu
    22 Jul 2014 | 7:19 am
    Miss Figpot was giving a lecture on company slogans, advertising and marketing in her fifth grade class. "Joey," he asked, "which company has the slogan, 'Come fly the friendly skies'?". "United." Joey answered. "Brenda, can you tell me which company has the slogan, "Don't leave home without it?". Brenda answered the correct credit card company with no difficulty. "Now Hawk, Tell me which company uses the slogan, 'Just do it'?" Little Hawk answered, "Mom." Related Keywords- Funny Jokes on Reasoning, Small Story in classroom, Fun article on MOM, Interesting Incident with teacher, Quotes on…
  • “No 2 people are perfect, only relationships can be made prefect.”- Marriage Jokes

    Malenadu
    21 Jul 2014 | 7:07 am
    A friend asked a gentleman how it is that he never married? Replied the gentleman, "Well, I guess I just never met the right woman ... I guess I've been looking for the perfect girl." "Oh, come on now," said the friend, "Surely you have met at least on girl that you wanted to marry."  "Yes, there was one girl.. once. I guess she was the one perfect girl. The only perfect girl I really ever met. She was just the right everything.. I really mean that she was the perfect girl for me."  "Well, why didn't you marry her," asked the friend.  "She was looking for the perfect man," he…
  • “Virtualization is the new love as man is tired of getting hurt or cheated.”- Computer Jokes

    Malenadu
    17 Jul 2014 | 7:27 am
    Related Keywords- Funny Jokes on computer, Small Story on Virtualization, Fun article on virtualization, Interesting Incident on virtuality, Quotes on Love, Humor Cartoon on computer
  • “Complexity exits only in chosen procedures, never with solutions.”- Research Jokes

    Malenadu
    8 Jul 2014 | 9:15 am
    Research had been going on for many years in regard to the invention of the toothbrush. Researchers knew the purpose of the device but wanted to know and acknowledge the originating location. After a very long and exasperating study, the researchers came to their conclusion about the origin of the toothbrush. It was decided that the brush was invented in Ireland Intrigued by the discovery, the media asked the researchers how they came to this conclusion. The researchers all agreed that it was simple deduction: "If it was invented anywhere else, it would have been called a teethbrush." Related…
  • “The existence of GOD might be questioned but not his occurrence.”- Jokes on God

    Malenadu
    30 Jun 2014 | 11:27 am
    Two young boys were spending the night at their grandparents the week before Christmas. At bedtime, the two boys knelt beside their beds to say their prayers when the youngest one began praying at the top of his lungs. "I PRAY FOR A NEW BICYCLE..." "I PRAY FOR A NEW X-BOX..." "I PRAY FOR A NEW TV..." His older brother leaned over and nudged the younger brother and said, "Why are you shouting your prayers? God isn't deaf." To which the little brother replied, "No, but Grandma is!" Related Keywords- Funny Jokes on Prayer, Small Story on deaf, Fun article on grandma, Interesting Joke by a…
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    theradd.com

  • 17 Kick-Ass Funny Gifs That Will Make Your Day

    Johnralfio
    21 Jul 2014 | 5:00 am
    17 Kick-Ass Funny Gifs That Will Make Your Day                                       The post 17 Kick-Ass Funny Gifs That Will Make Your Day appeared first on .
  • Indoor Skydiving Pro Performs Thrilling Spiderman-Like Stunts (Video)

    Johnralfio
    20 Jul 2014 | 2:34 pm
    This guy can pull off moves that even Spidey would envy. Watch this indoor skydiving professional as he performs heart-pounding stunts for an onlooking crowd. Find your nearest indoor skydiving facility here.   The post Indoor Skydiving Pro Performs Thrilling Spiderman-Like Stunts (Video) appeared first on .
  • Johnny Depp Unexpectedly Jumps On Stage With Aerosmith And Rocks Out (Video)

    Johnralfio
    18 Jul 2014 | 10:45 am
    Who Knew Captain Jack Could Shred On Guitar!? The post Johnny Depp Unexpectedly Jumps On Stage With Aerosmith And Rocks Out (Video) appeared first on .
  • Joaquin Phoenix And His Angry Upside Down Forehead (Video)

    Johnralfio
    17 Jul 2014 | 6:59 pm
    Actor Joaquin Phoenix, known for his roles in hit movies like Gladiator, Signs, and Walk The Line, has a little friend that he’s been hiding from the public for a long time. Until now. The jig is up! We found the angry, red bearded face, that lives in his forehead. Sorry Joaquin Phoenix… Swing away! The post Joaquin Phoenix And His Angry Upside Down Forehead (Video) appeared first on .
  • 21 Funny Pictures Of Animals Who Are Completely Shocked

    Johnralfio
    17 Jul 2014 | 5:55 pm
    These animals are just as surprised as you are. Check out these 21 Funny Pictures Of Animals Who Are Completely Shocked.     The post 21 Funny Pictures Of Animals Who Are Completely Shocked appeared first on .
 
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    ghantagiri.com

  • 10 Amazing Bets You Will Always Win – NEW (Ep 11)

    QRator
    24 Jul 2014 | 8:35 pm
    Grid bet: http://richardwiseman.wordpress.com/quirkology-download/ Visit https://twitter.com/RichardWiseman Music: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHIc43qwBqM The post 10 Amazing Bets You Will Always Win – NEW (Ep 11) appeared first on .
  • Get This Mahi Strawberry Pendant Set For Worth Rs. 1999 For Just Rs. 499

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    12 Jul 2014 | 11:25 am
    Get This Mahi Strawberry Pendant Set For Worth Rs. 1999 For Just Rs. 499 Mahi Green Strawberry Pendant Set  A circular pendant adorned with colored stones studded strawberry design on Rhodium plating. The post Get This Mahi Strawberry Pendant Set For Worth Rs. 1999 For Just Rs. 499 appeared first on .
  • Save Rs. 1050 on The Buddha Box Set. Get it for Just Rs. 1949

    QRator
    12 Jul 2014 | 11:21 am
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  • Ambrane Power Bank. 10400mAh Capacity – At Just Rs.1340

    QRator
    12 Jul 2014 | 11:20 am
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  • Flat 75% Off on Cricket Merchandise

    QRator
    12 Jul 2014 | 11:01 am
    Don’t Miss This Fab Offer Flat 75% Off on Cricket Merchandise Please check the Terms & Condition of each offer before placing an order. The post Flat 75% Off on Cricket Merchandise appeared first on .
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