#13 - Ariel??
#13 - Ariel??
100% of these movies feel like they are 10 years old. In fact, it’s more surprising that some of them are only 10 years old.
Now I have way too many expectations if I receive a box with an obviously easily removable lid…
I can only imagine how weird and dated all those branded logos will be in 10 years.
“Some surprising major offenders include pasta sauce, salad dressing, low-fat yogurts, and protein bars, to name a few.” Why is that surprising? Sugar cuts the acidic levels in pasta sauce, yogurt and protein bars are sweet, as are many salad dressings.
I feel like this quiz is mostly geared towards males. What girl doesn’t have a collarless shirt? Or anyone who has a t-shirt… ?
Why would you title your post “Do you like pulp?” (Yes = Pulp is good; no = pulp is bad) but then have the question reversed (Yes = pulp is bad; no = pulp is good)?? What?
#1 looks like Joel McHale, if he were a demented puppet.
uggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh i thought we already established that fireball does not have “antifreeze” in it, and that the common ingredient is totally safe and used in several other food items and approved by the FDA. That’s like saying that we shouldn’t drink water because it is also an ingredient in antifreeze.
Wouldn’t rotate (even though it autorotated itself the wrong way from the file anyway) but this is Reese!
I would have done things like the library scene in Ghostbusters. Stack random books in piles, etc, and then hid as it came time for the shop to open.
Probably just because it’s cheap and easy to make.
I’m assuming Sydney, Australia. Isn’t it supposed to be springtime there?
“18 Gadget Gift Ideas for People who Like to Spend $500 on Gifts” Fixed that for you.
I would totally get one if they weren’t so expensive. And if I actually had kitchen space to use it.
#7 Alright, who stole Europe?
Some of the books on this list blow my mind. I went to private Catholic schools for my entire education up to college, and half of these books were required reading, like I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, The Giver, and my fifth grade class was read the first Harry Potter book, including the spare profanities.
#15 has two independent clauses separated by a conjunction.
The speed of the gifs gave me a headache.
Wasn’t the girl who played Miranda arrested for meth use/production?
The Benedict Cumberbatch thing doesn’t work on me. I have to sing the original song in my head before adding his name. And I have to remember what song he said to use.
You got 2 out of 25 cozy points!
YOU ARE READY FOR SWEATER WEATHER. You’re there, baby. You’re so ready. lol wut
Yep, I had someone contact me about sending them one of my mugs so they could “review” it on their blog which had “700+ followers”. It was a random-ass tumblr blog. Not even a craft blog. Seriously?
#12 looks like something brought from home.
Oh no! THE SURGE is coming to a city near you!
#23 - No. This is not how semi-colons work, and is the main reason why people are confused about their use. Semi-colons separate independent clauses that are very related. They work like periods. If you can separate the two sides of the semi-colon and have two separate, logical, stand-alone sentences, then you can use a semi-colon. It’s not just a “longer pause”. That doesn’t even make sense.
I see it more like they are thankful for their pets, some of whom came from the shelter in question. Also seems to be more effective in raising money than other things, like the ALS Ice Bucket challenge, since people are posting their donation with their pics.
I have a feeling that the ad disapproval they got was done by a bot/photo image recognition software, not a real person representing Facebook. That’s a standard, generic response and if a real person were rejecting images, then they’d surely have received a real response to why the image was removed, not a standardized message that said stuff about “zombies and vampires”. Also, this was for an ad, not just a picture or video someone posted to their own account. So everyone complaining about seeing horrific things on FB opposed to this image being rejected - they are two different issues. One is users posting inappropriate content, and one is a computer program misidentifying a photo as inappropriate.
Also I feel like some people don’t understand how phones/apps work. How would a generalized app be able to tell you where your delivery driver was in real time - the delivery driver would also have to have that app and a device with GPS enabled. How would an app possibly tell you if someone is en route to a store or restaurant?
Nice try, app developer.
Somebody doesn’t appreciate S’mores.
When you have a list, and one of the items in the list contains a comma, you should use semi-colons to separate the list items. That way it doesn’t appear that there is a film called “Men” and a separate film called “Women & Children”. So: The Last Five Years; Men, Women & Children; Wild; While We’re Young (and so on).
I think all the sponsored Ads on Buzzfeed should include a coupon! Good on you, Merrick Pet Treats.
#22 seems so fake. Why would you throw the box upwards when they are contained in the box????