Apparently, teriyaki child is supposed to be served well done? My bad.
Apparently, teriyaki child is supposed to be served well done? My bad.
Southwater Caye, Belize
Glacier Bay, Alaska
#8. YES. SO MUCH YES. ::starts fanning self::
I Skyped in to Christmas dinner last year with just the maternal side of my family last year - it took over an hour just to cover basic pleasantries with everyone.
#7. FIRE. KILL IT WITH FIRE.
I made custom CAH cards for my friend’s bachelorette party. Somehow I feel like this is an appropriate answer for any black card played.
Definitely going to hell.
24. Mosquitos COUNTRY - annoying little bugs that appear in the summertime
FLORIDA - state bird capable of carrying away small children and pocket dogs
“Palmetto bugs” are a gentele southern way of saying “GIANT ASS COCKROACH”.
#5 - Only certain species of sharks are capable of this, mainly lamnids (great whites, makos, etc.). They are able to do this via a cluster of capillary blood vessels behind the eye that help raise the temperature of the eye and brain for better function in cold water temps. #12 - This is also not a universal trait. There are currently only a handful of shark species that are known to regularly inhabit freshwater environments. #14 - True, but this happens within the mother’s womb, rather than outside of the mother’s body (hence why it is called intrauterine cannibalism). The largest/strongest embryo will consume its siblings, as well as any unfertilized eggs that enter the womb, prior to live birth.
True Confession - I still wear Gap Heaven.
Wall-E and Finding Nemo are probably my two favorites. Honorable mentions are Tangled, Little Mermaid and Frozen.
My husband and I did an Alaskan cruise (not the one listed above) for our honeymoon and it was a brilliant decision. We had peace and quiet (despite being on a busy cruise ship), beautiful scenery, and a chance to explore somewhere amazing just the two of us.
Any of the Not So Pure Michigan videos…I’ve cried watching those.
Every single time.
The remakes of “Halloween” and “The Fog” were downright atrocious.
Also: - When a person unloads their cart and then leaves the empty cart sitting there, blocking your way into the line. Are you fucking kidding me? (yes, I said that out loud) I had never seen anyone do that until I moved to South Florida, and it’s happened to me at least a dozen times since. - When people are rude to the cashiers. Cashiers are paid to be nice to you and assist you, not be your personal whipping boy. They are probably catching shit all day long from customers, coworkers, bosses, etc. The VERY least you can do is treat them with a little bit of dignity/kindness. - People who block the aisle while they are looking at stuff, then give you a dirty look or (worse) refuse to move when you politely say “excuse me” to pass by. - People who bring their pocket dogs into the store and cart them around in the shopping cart (another popular South Florida phenomenon). I plan to wash my food before I eat it, but that doesn’t mean I want your dog’s bum germs all over my bag of apples. - People who abuse the electric wheelchairs. I get that not every handicap is clearly visible and I try not to judge, but sometimes it is really bloody obvious that you don’t need the electric wheelchair. Let someone who needs it actually use it. - I have a much higher tolerance for a crying/screaming kid than a kid that is just being a hellion. I watched one kid take candy bars from the register display and throw them all over the ground - the parent looked down, saw what they did, and then just walked away and left the mess for the person behind her to run over or clean up. If you can’t keep your kid under some basic resemblance of control in a public place, don’t take said kid to public places.
Actually, #23 is the reason I’m a marine biologist.
#26 I just threw up.
#6 Way to keep it klassy, Buzzfeed. Because nothing’s funnier than imitating a young woman on a 2-month psych hold for mental illness.
1) Someone fucking DIED. It doesn’t matter if it was a white actor or a black teenager - someone dying is a tragedy. Show some fucking respect. 2) You don’t like how this kid lived his life? Fine - hate away. But recognize that he left people behind - family, friends, loved ones - people who loved him and whose lives are now forever changed. 3) Until you lose someone you love to a death that’s preventable (drug addition, suicide, etc.) you won’t understand what it feels like and how much it can destroy your world. You also won’t understand how sickening and infuriating it is to watch idiot trolls like yourself judge the person they loved for something you know NOTHING about.
“Everyone is entitled to their own opinion and you can’t get mad at someone for having different beliefs than you.” Yes, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. HOWEVER, if you choose to voice that opinion for all the world to hear, there are going to be people who disagree with you, or who take offense to what you say. It’s called CONSEQUENCES. They are a part of life. That being said, I completely disagree with what the Barilla head had to say. HOWEVER, I sure as hell won’t be throwing away perfectly good boxes of pasta that I purchased BEFORE hearing about his company’s practices - that is a ridiculous waste of food and money. But you better believe I won’t be restocking my pantry with Barilla products.
I absolutely disagree with this guy using the term he did, ESPECIALLY in the context he used it in…but that doesn’t warrant death threats. Anyone that lobs a death threat at someone for using a hateful word is actually WORSE than the original offender, at least in my book.
When you make poor decisions, you have to live with the consequences. That’s called being an adult. Unfortunately, he made a poor decision and subsequently displayed a shitty attitude about it afterwards, and there are consequences to those actions. One of those consequences happens to be your career going down the shitter. Do I think everyone deserves a second chance? For the most part, yes. Someone who makes a mistake, genuinely learns from it, faces the consequences like a mature adult and moves on absolutely deserves a second chance. I’m not so sure that Isiah did that here, based on his attitude immediately after the incident and some of the comments above.
Way to keep it klassy.
“And I need to be free of gays!” What, are they, like, camping on your lawn or something? Pretty sure there are no gays currently holding you hostage, sir.
Good lord, how I love me a Dyson. AND Two Buck Chuck.
Some things you forgot: - DanDee
- Pierre’s Ice Cream
- Bob Evans
- Christmas Ale
- Stadium Mustard
- Claiming to be home to rock-n-roll
“Belong” by Cary Brothers
“Better Angels” by Leslie Gore
“Medicine” by Daughter
“Before My Time” by Scarlett Johannson
“This Woman’s Work” by Greg Laswell
“Fake Plastic Trees” by Radiohead
“Cold Water” by Damien Rice On a personal note, “Keep Breathing” by Ingrid Michaelson always makes me bawl like a baby for some reason…strange, considering it’s not a particularly sad song.
If you’re going to give a list of shark facts, could you at least, you know, fact-check it before you post it? 3 - All sharks have ampullae of Lorenzini. 4 - Sharks are BONELESS, not SPINELESS. They have a spinal cord that is surrounded by cartilaginous vertebrae, rather than bony vertebrae. 6 - a) there is a difference between a nurse shark and a GREY nurse shark (aka. sandtiger shark), b) intrauterine cannibalism occurs in sandtiger and lamnoid sharks, not nurse sharks. Also, it’s not necessarily the first embryos that form, but rather the largest/strongest ones that eat their siblings, as well as any other unfertilized eggs that are present in the womb. 9 - Dwarf lanternsharks, not pygmy sharks.
Cue 1 Million Moms to freak out in 5, 4, 3…
Yeahhh, I have zero problem with 1, 2,7 or 9 if they are an occasional post. Someone posting a new selfie every day…in their bathroom mirror…with duckface…that’s a whole ‘nother kettle of fish.