It’s a real problem when you’re like, “mommmmm.. why can’t you buy the good syrup and not this cheap, off-brand, maple flavor crap?” And she’s all, “Austin, your father and I don’t have the money for that.” Then I look around the house and find a trash bag worth of expired food that should have been eaten years ago (I’m not exaggerating… I recently found stuff from 2007 that hadn’t been touched), hundreds of little trinkets and “crafts” that lie around collecting dust and taking up space, and look on her computer and find that she pays money to play stupid, mind-numbingly boring games like bejeweled, yet she seems to think a decent brand of syrup isn’t in the budget. Damn it, mom!
PSA:My Mother never told me this! Reblog to save a baby Bird:)
This is totally true. Birds of any species have a limited sense of smell and could never detect human scent, or any particular scent, really.
Confirmed from a Kratt Brothers episode way back in the day.
“OMG111!1 u did not just mess up his last name!!!!1 how are you!1 u just dont not cause ur not a belieber!”
Ugh.. I cringe when I hear the term “belieber”. Lady Gaga has little monsters. Slipknot has maggots. And Justin Bieber has beliebers. The term is lame in every way, shape, and form.
Find out what might kill you if you go to a public event, work, Black Friday shopping, or drive on the interstate.
It’s as though OP is comparing September 11th to a show on Nickelodeon. “90’s kids rule cause we had Hey Arnold!, All That, Angry Beavers, Doug, Rugrats, oh, and 9/11 happened. We’re the only ones who remember that.” Yeah, real nice way to show respect. But what do you expect from Facebook pages that fish for likes and shares?
And not to mention how fucking annoying it is when somebody brags about being a 90’s kid these days. I can see them telling their grandchildren now.. “back when I was your age, I was a 90s kid and we had the best TV shows.” Then they bore their grandchildren to death by naming off their favorite shows, as though the grandchildren know what they’re talking about or even care. I guess at least in the 90s people had to do a little more work when they wanted to show respect towards something rather than just click a button.
maxlibertarios replied to your post: omg there are now drugs that people take that eats…Yeah, dude. That drug has been tearing Russia apart for the last ten years or so. Have you seen the pics and videos?
Yeah man, I’m watching a documentary on it right now cus my my works at the hospital and she said the first case in the state of it has finally appeared in Oklahoma City so they are prepping emergency rooms to deal with it.
Just read an article about it and the author blames and ridicules Russian pharmacists…
“The owners and employees of pharmacies sell to youngsters hundreds of packages of codeine-containing drugs, saying – ‘We don’t kill!’
That’s right. You don’t press the trigger. You just give them the bullets.”
Such bullshit. How about we blame the parents for raising their kids to be dipshits? Oh, sure, they just gave them the bullets. It’s not like they had the freewill to not do the drug or anything.
Stating it doesn’t exist because it’s not the dominate problem (like hetero-phobia) is just as bad as someone putting down any minority group.
This is what I plan on doing once this semester is over.
(Source: fifthyearsenior, via revoflution)
If this guy was 20 years older, he would be one of my best guy friends. (Is a shame about ______.)
oh look, he didn’t use proper grammar
This guy’s a wimp. No facial hair. Stupid suit, like anybody cares how dressed up he is when he goes to WalMart. Never goes out of his house except to take pictures in the My Little Pony aisle and he wonders why he’s always “friendzoned”. No sympathy points for him. Oh, and if you say you’re classy, you’re most definitely not.
‘Backyard Oil’ premieres tonight. If you don’t know about it, it’s apparently filmed in Adair County, KY which is pretty close to where I’m from. It’s also yet another show that exploits the wild and crazy antics of southern people.
It’s not so much that I’m concerned with people watching shows like Buck Wild, My Big Country Vacation, or Call of the Wildman and stereotyping an entire population based on the exaggerated behavior of the characters on these shows. If someone judges me because of a TV show or where I’m from, shame on them. And it’s not the fame and glory that a few small time country folk are getting either.
No, what annoys me is that TV lacks content these days. Nothing is worth watching anymore and this is just another example of how the Discovery Channel has sold out. How they went from education/informative documentary shows to endless marathons of shit like ‘Auction Hunters’, I’ll never know. The Discovery Channel is pure crap. Just fucking thinking about Auction Hunters pisses me off. Who the fuck could watch this shit for a whole fucking day?? I mean really? The leastthey could do is add some variety to their daily programming. But no… like many other TV stations they’ve completely thrown out the content they started with and have moved towards this mind numbing reality TV fad.
Now that Duck Dynasty’s popular it’s as though Hollywood producers are like, “hey! There’s a guy with a beard and a southern accent! Let’s film him!”
How the fuck is that number determined? You see it everywhere in posts these days. “Only 1% will send…” “25% will send…” “70.53% of people will share this status…” Do people really sit around and check how many views their status gets plus the views from people who’ve shared it and actually calculate the percentage of people who send it? No. They’re all liars.
I’m aware I’m pointing out the obvious here, but that’s so fucking annoying and no post that attempts to guilt trip me will be shared by me. These posts also lose all credibility regardless of whether any other information on them is correct.
[T]he police state did not catch the suspect. The borg did not catch the suspect. Martial law did not catch the suspect. People forced to stay in their homes did not catch the suspect. Warrantless searches did not catch the suspect.
Like the government’s initial failure (or worse) to identify and apprehend the suspects before the bombing, the government also failed in its military assault on an entire city.
Let us never forget that Dzhokar Tsarnaev was discovered by a private citizen, who happened to go out and check on his boat (i.e. violating the lockdown order of the cops), see a body inside of it, and call the cops. In other words, the police state achieved nothing but the psychological conditioning of the population: when we, the state, decide any particular event is important enough, you will lose every single right including possibly the right to life if you resist. —
Daniel McAdams (via eltigrechico)
To the fuckers who assured me of how much they are ‘indebted’ to the state for the lockdown.