The word is “psych.”
The word is “psych.”
I imagine Satin had a silky voice.
#12 - Silicon and silicone are two very different things. This is the latter.
#8 is not Comic Sans.
Calling them “hand pies” doesn’t make them new.
And these words are all the same, too: Duh. Duh. Duh.
I’m pretty sure 2, 16 and 20 are joking. And 6 definitely is.
God forbid my Tide Pods come into contact with any moisture before they’re needed. Also, look up “begs the question.” Yeah, I said it.
Bomb, not missile.
Not a rocket.
Corrugated metal, not hammered.
Not terrifying, but adorable. I don’t feel like cross-referencing the numbers, so consider it a match game.
In the words of the great Rick Harrison, “Is that what they’re asking, or is that what they’re getting?”
“Inadvertent American flag inside…or EXPERT TROLL?” There was nothing inadvertent about it, as explained in the VERY STATEMENT YOU QUOTED.
Start with an actual fast food sign that can be humorously construed as sexual, then give up and go with obviously deliberately sexual signs and those changed around by passersby.
It should take up smoking.
You, sir, are a fucking genius.
Who exactly are you arguing with?
No John Wayne as Genghis Khan?
Something magical I learned recently: If you want Facebook’s chat to stay off — which it seems to have a problem doing — follow these instructions. 1. Select “Advanced settings” in the chat bar.
2. Choose “Turn on chat for only some friends.”
3. Select one friend you never chat with or don’t mind chatting with. From that moment on, chat will stay off for everyone but that one friend, which is the next best thing to having it off.
Then explain Kermit and Miss Piggy.
There’s also a big difference between does and can.
An underage girl must be evaluated by a judge for “emotional stability and intelligence” in order to have an abortion, but there’s no such requirement if she wants to get pregnant and raise a child. Explain to me how that isn’t completely ass backwards.
“Can’t handle dealing with that choice? Don’t have sex. Period.” Another ignorant twat who, deep down, believes enjoying sex should have consequences. I don’t want children, so I should be celibate my whole life, never sharing intimacy with someone I love? Fuck you.
Who are these “irresponsible” women using abortions as birth control? Give me numbers. Cite examples and sources. Not one of two anecdotal stories. Give me proof this is an epidemic. I’m so goddamn tired of people like you insisting there are droves of women heading down to the clinic flippantly getting an abortion like they’re having a haircut. Women don’t take this procedure lightly and I’m sick of hearing people insist that they do. Moreover, no one is “joyous” about abortions. Jesus Christ.
Uh, no. Read my comment above.
Some people commenting on this seem to be under the impression that Laubenberg equated rape kits to abortion and therefore she thinks rape kits should be banned. Rather, she thinks special consideration for abortion isn’t needed in the case of rape because the victims already get “cleaned out” with a rape kit, so rape victims shouldn’t need an abortion at all. Which is just as retarded, of course. But we should be clear on exactly what kind of stupid is coming out of her.
Creating a hostile work environment by using racist terms in the workplace — which is what this case is about — is not protected by the First Amendment.
Can someone help me with the etymology of the term? It appears to be the French “ombre,” which means “shade,” but that term doesn’t use an acute accent over the e and, as such, would be pronounced differently.
If you ignore the A, then sure.
Hit the CC button and turn the captions on.
The term is “bald-faced,” not “bold-faced.”
#14 - Already answered, but I’ll second it. There’s an unfinished wall, which you can see in an earlier shot, covered by plastic sheets.
Sorry, I meant to say toddl7, not nefer. My apologies.
The twins aren’t the subjects of the sentence. “We” is the subject and the twins are the objects of the relative clause referring to “people,” so you use the accusative form “me.” It’s not a shortened form of anything. Nefer is completely recasting the sentence with a new object, “it.” Therealturdfergussen is absolutely correct and doesn’t deserve an SMH badge.
What a terrible thing to say. I most certainly do not.
Perhaps you need reminding that much of the planet is still this way.
Ridiculous attitudes in a time of ridiculous attitudes are still ridiculous attitudes.
#19 is just a repackaged tack cloth. You can get them 3 to a pack for less than $3 at Home Depot. You’ll find them near the sandpaper or the wood stains.
Life tip: never, ever miss the opportunity to see Ron Mueck’s work in person. You won’t believe what you’re looking at.
#9 - “Wonder” != “wander.”
The air is RIFE with hope and promise.
I have a feeling you find a way to work that into every conversation.