I take my comment back I thought I saw his name but then realized I didn’t.
I take my comment back I thought I saw his name but then realized I didn’t.
Well according to his nomme de guerre he prefers to associate himself as an Albanian than as Dutch.
It’s actually a real cat that used to comfort patients before they passed. Oscar the cat.
I totally felt this list was highly bases on like pop culture and stereotypes.
Well if we’re gonna talk about how it doesn’t make sense. We can just scrap the numbers and say, if zombies are rotting, they wouldn’t make it a year without decaying into a pile of bones.
#2 theres no request to be made, order a double and order a McChicken, split the double, slap the entire McChicken in the middle, voila. $2 dollar creating from the gods.
#38 its chicken piccata, just add arty
I do believe it is a play on Black Widow, and not the spider but the term given to Shahidka, or the Chechen female suicide bombers.
I guess you’re not really known for just stating your point intellectually and not being a douche to people with different political views as you
Well “She was asking for it” Is definitely wrong to say in any case of sexual assault or rape. But I mean the phrase itself is subject to context. For example. Male or Female is driving dangerously down a street and gets in an accident. “He/She was asking for it.”
Pwned comes from computer gaming, and is based off the common typo of hitting P instead of O when typing.
It almost seemed like the person who wrote this asked a person with a really really thick backwoods country accent to say these.
Most muslim women do it out of modesty aligning with their beliefs. Do people consider orthodox women who wear wigs or cover their hair as a display of modesty oppressed?
Aside from this being fake. I don’t get all the Southern hate by buzzfeed users. Have most of them lived in the south? Better question have most of them traveled around the united states enough to realize everyone in almost every state are pretty similar and the big differences only really occur around major metropolitan areas? A hick in Texas is hardly different than a hick from upstate New York. If you really believe that the entirety of the south is just bible bashing, woman hating, homophobic people, then I feel you’re only judging an entire region of the united states based on the opinions of politicians or the mind set of an older generation (which happen to be more conservative everywhere). Last I remember growing up down south was people spent more time outside, were more neighborly regardless of race or gender, respectful, and were more self sufficient. Sure politically we have our short comings but I guess the benefit of the U.S. is you have 49 other options.
You’d be surprised.
Russia has always prided their military with demonstrations like this, it isn’t really news. It may seem bizarre to us but this is nothing new to them.
Sarin gas used in Syria? Thats funny weren’t a few Nusra Front militants found with 2kg of the stuff in turkey. I mean we don’t know for sure if it was the government or the al-qaeda backed militia. But, a government doesn’t overthrow itself for western interest right? And I mean it wouldn’t be the first time we helped out the extremists right? Lets bomb the military targets, because thats totally not picking a side right? Let tell them how to conduct their civil war, because you know, if it your war its our war. Civilians dying? In a warzone? What a shock. People keep saying Assad is killing his own people, but it’s a civil war, so technically the rebels are killing their own people too, do you think the rebels have magic bullets and magic rockets that bend around civilians? On top of that the rebels have been infiltrated by foreign extremists so technically Assad is almost fighting an invading force. Im not saying that its a good thing innocent people are dying or that the methods are okay, Im not saying Assad is right, but we need to realize the reality of war. Emotions have no place in politics. People say we have some moral reason to intervene in Syria, but its that ideology that we have moral obligation that has kept us at war since the second world war. If you can name me an extended period of time since the second world war, that we were not engaged in either a war with another nation, or a proxy war, then ill take back my statement. Why is it so different if Syrians kill other Syrians than if we Americans indiscriminately bomb civilians worldwide? Do you even know how much one tomahawk missile costs? $1.45 million. Not including wartime pay for soldiers onboard 5 ships, the fuel for the 5 ships, food, maintenance, etc… Who pays for that? Not the Syrian people.
He’s right there wouldn’t be a peep, they’d be too busy returning fire on the attacker.
Wow, alright so Obama makes his redline statement, because he didn’t necessarily expect this to go this far, and now he’s got his hands in a not because he spoke too soon not because of Bush. And this is coming from someone who voted O. You see heres the biggest problem with this whole situation, as another article here on buzzfeed states SYRIA IS NOT KOSOVO and it is certainly not Bosnia either. http://www.buzzfeed.com/rosiegray/syria-is-not-kosovo-balkan-veterans-say But thats not the bulk of the issue either. Sure, yes it is terrible that chemical weapons were used in Syria, yes we KNOW Assad has CWs but we also KNOW that the Nusra Front which is Al-Qaeda backed, has its hands on Sarin gas, and were caught with 2 kilo-grams of the stuff in Turkey. So we’re stuck on this line of was it Assad or is it a false flag, created by Al-Qaeda? Further, this is Syria’s civil wars, and no matter how bad it gets, it is up to the Syrians to figure it out, they’ve said it themselves, they do not want Americans to do their work for them. Im not going to cite anything here just read the Times, or any other news source and you’ll find something. Also firing missiles into Syria is attacking a sovereign nation, you say this isn’t about picking sides, but when you choose to attack government artillery pieces and airfields that they need to resupply and fight their opposition, you have chosen a side. Doing such would cripple the national army. Has anyone even though of the fallout that would occur if the national army were crippled and extremist backed factions of the FSA were to enter the city of Damascus? The SEVERE spike in civilian casualties that would occur from the siege of the city, not including that the government would then be forced to further bombard their own people to eradicate rebels embedded in the residential areas? Not to mention the genocide of Alawites that could occur? It’s no wonder so many are trying to find any way into Lebanon, if Damascus falls it will be the end for many. This can’t be another “feel good” war for America, yes again it is terrible that CWs were used, but it’s honestly not our business to tell another country how to wage their civil war. Of course we should condemn the acts and of course we should work to prevent them but attacking them, no matter how large or small scale, is not the answer. And lets look at the players in this game, The USA, France, Syria, Israel (stuck in the middle), Russia, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudia Arabia, Iran, China. These are all major players who have nothing to gain by American intervention. And sure this might not cause a world war, but isn’t that quite the set up for one should we start some chain reaction. If you really consider it and keep good track of the world news, is this really about the civilians of Syria? Just consider and form your own opinion on what the United States could benefit from the fall of Assad in a best case scenario. Creation of a puppet state, sticking it to Russia and Iran (If you think the cold war is over it most certainly is not, and Syria may as well be another proxy war for the US and Russia to butt heads with.) I think there is room for intervention, politically, but not some emotionally driven missile strike. Gather the UN, condemn the actions, and maybe find a way that we can get a hold of the CW munitions, possibly via Russia, the russians can agree that CW should not be used, and possibly ask Assad to hand over chemical rockets, shells, and other instead of just being like “Hey Russia we don’t like what your friend did so we want to bomb the shit out of them.” If you really don’t want to pick a side, then you can’t cripple either side. You can’t talk about ending proliferation, and choose to do it via acts of war. Politics and emotions do not belong in the same room.
I feel like people skipped the part where this was supposed to be a humorous poke at Miley… like channeling Miley, or sticking your tongue out like you have a sunday on your face, or the fact that I don’t think anyone will be twerking like a pro in 4 easy steps. I guess as Americans we really have become a nation of super sensitive people. That’s just sad.
Israel can figure out its own problems. Like every other nation in history had to.
Because only Americans can mispronounce words right?
I think its more about how its heard then how its pronounced, since people at least I have noticed in the north-east tend to cut words down, Like instead of fully pronouncing “Let me get a hero” it may sound more like “Let me get an ero” which is where Yee-ro or He-ro might get confused.
This sounds more like “Signs you’re a transplant to the South.” That or your entire life in the south/school experience has just be one big stereotype.