That’s sort of the point.
That’s sort of the point.
This should be called “How much stupid shit about your life do you know/remember?” It has nothing to do with how much you “know yourself.” I am not defined by my drivers license or social security number.
And this is why you buy insurance on things like iPads.
…also, none of these are “secrets”.
Was this actually written by a Catholic? I’m not so sure.
How can you expect me to pick between a penguin and an otter? It’s just not fair.
#8, Since when do you “grind” anything in a coffee maker? How ‘bout a blender, maybe? Or a food processor? Or a coffee GRINDER?
I had to think about this one, too, but I’m pretty certain it refers to the crystal balls that he spins in his hands while visiting Toby’s room in the early part of the film. Either, way - that’s my pick.
Three was the hardest for me, too… because I don’t know ANY of them.
If you don’t like it, don’t visit. Difficult concept, I know, but we don’t need your negativity here. Some of us enjoy Buzzfeed, you Buzzkill. No one is forcing you to surf the web.
Thank you. I came to the comments section to say the same thing.
Those aren’t boils. It’s neurofibroma. Though, for full biblical effect, boils do sound better.
#22 is wearing socks and flip flops. No. Just no.
The only thing here that upsets me even a little bit is the deforestation and subsequent effect on the orangutans. I don’t think anything we do or eat should be at the cost of another species. All the others? …if you don’t like it, don’t eat it.
I want that painting of Linus at the piano!!
Phone 1 was sitting on my lap while I was in the car. I was wearing a skirt, and when I got out of the car at the carwash, the phone fell off my lap, bounced onto the to ground and into the storm drain. Gone forever. Phone 2 fell into a public toilet. Phone 3 is the best story… Walking into my house with the dog leash and phone in one hand and my chai from Starbucks in the other. The dog pulled on the leash, and I clenched up on the cup in the other hand, which caused the lid to pop off. I went to set the phone down and it spilled onto my computer keyboard. Not wanting to damage the keyboard I immediately let go of the leash (and the phone) so that I could grab the keyboard and turn it over. Then, suddenly, I realize my phone is missing. In the commotion I had dropped it into the open cup of chai. Nice.
We definitely steamed raw vegetables from the salad bar in the microwave. Banana+Rice Krispies+vanilla ice cream is amazing. After 4+ years of the same food week after week after week, you tend to get a little creative.
How in the world does this prevent suicide? Someone who wants to end their life is not going to be hindered by cumbersome packaging. And, anyway, most of the drugs packaged this way are not typically used for suicides. When was the last time you ran into a blister pack of morphine or oxycodone?? Come on now!
I’m a little annoyed by all the comments saying that “everyone should be a waiter/ess once in their life” in order to learn how to be a real human being. I have never been a food service worker and I have no trouble tipping generously. Your thinking makes it sound like being a waiter is the hardest/shittiest job ever. Get over yourselves.
#4, Quilts are “quilted”, not “knitted”, first of all. And further, they are rarely this sort of hideous specimen. Quilts are works of art, and usually made with love and bits of your childhood. They are perfectly suitable for college bedding, as long as they are MADE by your auntie, and don’t actually bear an IMAGE of your auntie. If you want to take something knitted, stick to socks or that awesome woolen cable knit sweater you found at Goodwill.
The first thing you need to get straight is that the Tuskegee Airmen and the Tuskegee syphilis studies are TWO COMPLETELY DIFFERENT THINGS. How are we to believe any of your crazy conspiracy theories if you can’t even get this very basic information correct. Go home and read a book.
Doesn’t mean they aren’t good looking. Some people get better with age. May I refer you to #37, #16, and #3. We aren’t all in our 20s, and are happy to see a good looking “silver fox” now and then.
What do pancakes have to do with being Catholic? Have I been missing something for the past 38 years of my life as a member of the Church?
Mother Goose and Grimm!! I still quote bits from that cartoon. “Heebie Geebies!!”
I feel like it’s a little inappropriate to call an author (or their only book) a one-hit-wonder when they died before they even had an opportunity to pen another work.
And yet you show us a picture of your beloved Pittsburgh Penguins with the Stanley Cup. Maybe not this year, but we know the Cup well.
And for our next post… eggciting “Egg in a Hole” FAILS. Just try getting that egg to stay in that onion ring/cookie cutter/slice of bread without running out the bottom and all over the skillet.
Yes. You’re missing something. Note the tags that include “Nintendo” and “Gameboy”, neither of which are in any way related to the well-painted iPods on the girl’s nails.
#13 reminds me of the time I moved and packed all my stuff in boxes marked with pink stickers reading, “Dangerous: Contains chemotherapeutic agents. Handle with caution.” Our oncology practice was the most convenient place to pick up empty boxes.
My sister had #1 and it was GREAT. And I had #3 on CD.