She looks like Blake Lively.
She looks like Blake Lively.
That comment is everything.
I agree with EC Mullen that Carrie Underwood most definitely needs to be on this list. What an incredibly gorgeous lady she is!
No RDJ? =(
I’ve never been afraid of chins, but #9 really creeps me out…
Cypress** not Cyprus.
And I both hosted and attended several parties in and around Cypress, Texas. We never got patted down for a house party, and we never had shootings at any of our parties. This is not a “Texas” thing.
Haters…I’ll take all your raisins. Send them to me NOW.
#7 is awesome, and I can’t stop staring at #16…
I used to live in Austin. I think you meant to type “and” instead of “or.”
Did the girl on the right really wear UGGs to the beach?
Something GOOD written about Florida. Refreshing. =)
This was cool at first…then it started going beyond the original 151 and it lost me. Also, I feel like Meowth would be easy and should be on this list. Evee, too.
I’m still entertained, though.
What about Jigglypuff?! An adorable Pokemon that can sing? YES, PLEASE!
Homemade with Velveeta is the best.
“High-profile sporting events, residential areas, business offices, hotels, clubs, restaurants, places of worship, schools, public areas, shopping malls and other tourist destinations where Americans gather in large numbers.” So basically everywhere…?
That escalated quickly.
My sweet tooth is out of control now. Thanks a lot, BF.
So brave. <3
I have so many questions about that second picture…
Oh my goodness. What a wonderful world that would be.
LOL that last picture…hahaha
I think it’s easier to just stick the thing in water to get the seeds out, but to each his/her own, I suppose. In other news, YUM!!
One time in high school, the school provided boxed lunches for all the students during testing. The boxed lunches consisted of a turkey and cheese sandwich and an apple. When my room got our boxed lunches, we found that there was not any turkey. Our lunch that day was a cold cheese sandwich and a funky-tasting apple.
I did, and I was charged $3.00 for it. STILL wasn’t allowed to get my cup of mixed fruit and an apple.
Ooh! Who wants to go halfsies?
Miguel and Tulio!! <3
School lunches have definitely gotten worse. I worked at a school for a year. Each child (and staff member!) was allowed one fruit and one vegetable. If you didn’t like the vegetables, then you get just one fruit. I never understood why they were so stingy with fruits and vegetables…
Liam probably saw the Nicolas Cage version of “Wrecking Ball” and was like, “WHAT AM I DOING?!” Some images just can’t ever get out of your head, you know?
What terrible force of evil came up with a remote control cockroach?!
I feel like this is a really dumb idea, but I also feel like I have no choice but to root for the guy.
Screw you, BF. “Potato” is an admirable aspiration.
I don’t have it, which kind of makes me feel like a superhero.
Part of me feels the need to share this with the world, but part of me wants to keep this all to myself. I lost it at RDJ… <3
Texas isn’t THAT bad…geez. Meanies.
I love her. Amen.
#6 scares me. That percentage is too high.
Geez, that story was traumatizing for me.
If fast food workers start earning $15/hr, I’m quitting my job and applying at fast food joints. I have a college degree and don’t make $15/hr (and for the record, I’m surviving just fine off my salary).
1. Healthy food can cost up to 10 times as much as junk food. According to a study from the University of Washington, the rift between healthy grub and junk food is wider than it’s ever been. Researchers were able to buy 2,000 calories of junk food for $3.52 — that’s an entire day’s caloric intake — where nutritious foods cost them a whopping $36 for the same 2,000 calories. 2. We produce enough food to feed everyone on the planet. And then some. The global population is projected to reach 10 billion people in the not-so-distant year of 2050. But you know what’s crazy? Food production rates have increased faster than the global population. That means we already can feed 10 billion people. 3. That means we could supply more than 2,700 calories to every person on earth. Every day. That’s breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a bedtime snack. 4. In the last few decades, soda prices have gone down 33%, but fresh fruit prices have gone up 40%. 5. Approximately 2.3 million Americans live in rural areas that are more than a mile from a grocery store, and have no access to a vehicle. These are called “food deserts,” and 2.2 percent of all U.S. households find themselves with limited access to fresh groceries. 6. Predominantly white neighborhoods have an average of four times as many supermarkets as black or Hispanic neighborhoods. With few other options to feed their families, citizens living in food deserts turn to fast food restaurants for meals. 7. 50.1 million Americans struggle to put food on the table. A direct result of inequality and poverty, not, as noted above, scarcity. 8. Americans throw out 40 percent of their food every year. That’s 20 pounds of food every month, and $165 billion worth of food a year. 9. There are more than 6,500 food deserts in the U.S. alone. 10. 14.5% of American households have experienced food insecurity at one time. That means they didn’t have dependable access to enough food, nutritious or otherwise, to sustain a healthy life.