You might understand it to an extent, but you didn’t experience it like we did.
You might understand it to an extent, but you didn’t experience it like we did.
This really did not need to be a video. A list would suffice. Also, this is all true anywhere you go, at least any big cities, not just London.
I like some scruff, but I don’t like full beards. Some of these men look better with them (mostly the ones I’m not attracted to in the first place), but a lot of them definitely look better without them or with just some scruff.
This is one of those times when it’s important to know the difference between “then” and “than.” Using “then” totally changes the context of your sentence.
Jared Leto is the only one of these I ever had a crush on. Twenty years later, I still have a massive crush on him too. I was told when I was younger that I looked like Larisa Oleynik, and I took that as a compliment. Hard to tell if we still look alike now that she has such short hair.
Do people still think Leo is attractive? I’ve never thought he was. Even less so now.
Any situation can potentially become an unsafe situation. I once had a flat tire on the highway on the way to work at 8 AM. A guy pulled over and said, “I’ll help you change that for a little somethin’ somethin’.” I didn’t put myself in an unsafe situation. It was broad daylight. It became unsafe without doing anything on my part. Thankfully, it didn’t escalate, but my point is that saying “don’t put yourself in unsafe situations” is like putting the blame on the victim if something does happen.
I can’t even watch reruns or DVDs of HIMYM anymore. I hated the finale. I never liked Robin and Ted together. I would have had the mother and Ted live happily ever after. If anyone died, it should have been Robin. The whole ending was handled horribly. A lot of people hated the Chuck finale. I didn’t love it, but I didn’t feel so much anger about it. I would like a movie to show Chuck and Sarah officially back together, even though the ending made it seem like that would happen anyway. I like to believe Morgan’s magic kiss theory worked. The last few episodes were painful, but again, not nearly as bad as HIMYM.
Never get someone’s name or rings tattooed on you. I was hoping these wouldn’t just be couples tattoos when it said “someone you love,” but I guess I was asking for too much. My sister and I want to get matching tattoos of deer because they mean something to us, and I was hoping to get some ideas. A lot of these ones are really lame.
“32. Just like Beyoncé. That’s such a sassy age. You know yourself and you’re not afraid to let your true colours show. You’ve got a good group of friends and you’re still so young. You have a great life ahead of you.” I’m almost 30, but this does sound a lot like me. I guess I’ve always been a bit mature for my age.
Every single night! I have trouble falling asleep, and then I always wake up several times when I finally do. And I sleep weird hours that don’t work with the real world. I also can’t sleep in the same room as other people because I’m too paranoid I’ll make noise and keep them up. (Like I did the other night when I was in a hotel with my mom and had a cold, so I couldn’t stop sneezing.) It’s terrible.
Capeside High from Dawson’s Creek. Pretty accurate. “You are bright and witty, but most people note your sarcasm. That, and the fact that you are a walking SAT vocab book. If you’ve always felt like you were more mature than your peers, Capeside welcomes you with open arms.”
I got British Columbia. I’ve always wanted to visit/move there. I’ve only ever been to Niagara.
That’s because we’re the best. Internet high five!
I had most of these. No Lite-Brite on this list or was that just for older kids? At the risk of sounding really old, it makes me sad that kids now won’t get to experience the simple stuff like this because they’re too busy playing with phones and iPads.
Are these the same people who did the “What does your name say about you?” thing? So much judgment! Apparently nothing is safe to drink anymore without being “old” or a college/frat kid.
I couldn’t even watch the video. I’m glad he got to spend his last few hours being happy.
I don’t know what it is, but every time I eat Chipotle, I feel sick after it. I haven’t been there in over a year.
Also, people have never heard of putting BBQ and mayo together? How sheltered were these people? I don’t even eat meat, and I don’t think any of this was weird.
The girl in white is one of the reasons a lot of people in other countries don’t like Americans and stereotype us. She seems to be one of those people who thinks that the American way is the only/best way, and every other country is just wrong. Just because something is different, it doesn’t mean it’s bad. I do have to agree with the guy at the end though. I’m sure there are all kinds of things banned in the UK that we use all the time here.
I have a feeling whoever wrote this is from a different generation and might not even realize those people were Disney stars. That said, some of these people (Shia LeBeouf) shouldn’t be on here. And people who had stalkers shouldn’t have that held against them, as if it was their fault. (I’m referring to the “despite having a stalker” parts.)
I’d agree with some of these. The first two that came to mind are Paul Rudd and Jared Leto. But did this really need to be a video?
I must be old at 29 because I had never heard the word “turnt” until now.
I never wear heels anymore, but I wore heels and dresses in high school.
I watch the show, too, but some of these people need some serious help.
“Antisocial” - You keep using that word. I don’t think it means what you think it means. Other than that, I relate to pretty much all of this.
Most of these guys don’t do it for me, but give me Tyler Blackburn, Jared Leto, or Chris Pratt any day. Throw Daniel Henney and Zachary Quinto in for good measure.
Masturbation is supposed to be unpleasant?
Sandy Cohen! I would have been happy with him or Seth.
I just looked him up, and he’s 34. I don’t think time is crazy. I think meth is crazy.
I guess it’s a good thing I’m moving to South Korea next year!
I have no idea who these people are, but he’s precious.
I don’t know about all of these. I never saw much of a ranch dressing craze in Chicago, but in NC, it seems like people put it on everything. I do have to agree about the beach one. I grew up in Florida, and I was seriously disappointed when I went to the “beach” (I use that term very loosely) in the Midwest.
I was thinking the same thing. People noticed his eyes but not the tear drop tattoo?
Most of these guys are not hot, much less ridiculously hot.
Also, I’m sure a lot/all of it is PR, but I’m inclined to believe that KFC found some truth to it. Originally, they said they were investigating and would do “something appropriate” for the family. Then it was updated to say they are donating $30K to them. There was no guarantee that the family would get money when they complained. For all they knew, they could have given them some free meals or something. If KFC was scared of a law suit, the truth would probably have eventually come out if it wasn’t true. And if there were children in the restaurant, they may have been scared and their parents complained. I just wouldn’t be so quick to judge their story as a lie.
It breaks my heart that this beautiful child had to go through this. First the attack, then the insults. No child should ever be made to feel self-conscious at all, much less because of something that happened to them. I wish her a full recovery and hope others (including some of the posters saying it’s a scam to get money out of KFC, as if that makes a difference in what this girl has gone through and will go through) can learn a little empathy.
I’m planning to move to South Korea next year, and this just made me glad I’m vegetarian. This was hilarious though.
I only know some of these, but I still listen to Evan and Jaron all the time. They had a few hits.
I agree with #21. I’ve never actually liked Justin Timberlake’s voice or thought he was cute.