#15. I love lamp.
#15. I love lamp.
The nickel isn’t molten, Idiot!
Given enough time, all apparel is self drying.
Four words: It never really worked.
More like Johnny Derp.
I used to have a girlfriend that called me pumpkin. She had blond hair and big boobs. I miss her.
I would drape myself in velvet if it was socially acceptable.
#27 I think the word you’re looking for is funnel, not siphon.
Still waiting for a pic of the comfiest nipple clamps….
What a role model.
It should say “Boobs Are Better Than Books”, now there’s a slogan I can get behind.
I’m surprised he hasn’t referenced Joe Camel yet.
Release the Kraken!
I’d vote for #5, even if her platform included hurting small animals.
Molasses, being water soluble, would be almost impossible to remove quickly and effectively from water. On a positive note, the effects of this will be short lived, and it’s environmental impact is negligible. Let’s just be thankful it wasn’t crude oil.
Who is doing the research for Buzzfeed, a potted plant? Juniper berries are not conifers. The juniper plant is a conifer. Also gin is not made from pine cones. Gin is basically a neutral spirit that is flavored with botanicals, with juniper being the predominant one. Neutral spirits can be created with many things, typically grains, potatoes, grapes, beets, sugar, etc. Basically it’s flavored vodka.
While David Bromstad might cause panties to drop, he will only be interested if said panties are worn by other men.
Real or not, it’s certainly not one of his better works.
I will give all the “fab women” oral, free of charge.
Does Singapore Airlines offer its Suite Class on flights to #5? If so, I’ll take two tickets.
I agree with the gum comment, but that applies to everyone.
Walt Disney Symphony Hall in Los Angeles had a similar problem. The Gehry design is clad in curve pieces of stainless steel. The steel was polished and as a result acted like mirrors/lenses, which I believe was a problem for people in some of the nearby apartments. They fixed it by “satinizing” the steel, thus lowering the reflectance.
I wish my computer could convey what that smelled like, I bet it was terrific.
All of those women would kick my ass, and I would like it!
#11 I’m sure a lot of gay dudes are like, “What!?!?!?”
#18 would have been on another level if the font below the picture of the serf was written in a serif font.
That’s not scary at all. *hides behind the dryer naked in the fetal position*
Nothing will ever top The Swan! Remember when that one contestant had to shave her face everyday? Or the deaf woman whose house was flooded out? That show was pure gold.
My cat’s breath smells like cat food.
Adele, Someone Like You? They did a skit on SNL about it. Come on people, get with the program.
I will never understand how some people feel that breaking the law is fine if you think it’s an unfair law. Laws are not optional, they are put in place for a reason. The excuse that illegals are here for a better life, therefore it’s okay, is not a justification for breaking laws. Drug dealers sell drugs so they can make money and have a better life. Bank robbers steal money for a better life. Should we ignore their illegal activities? What about all the illegals that are here and commit crime, or game the system. Should they be allowed to stay? I understand that life in many countries is hard, and the opportunities to advance are not available like they are here, but guess what, that’s life. Life isn’t fair, never will be. I consider myself extremely lucky to be native born, and have never known the hardships that many deal with in many countries, but that does not mean all those people should be allowed to be here. Let’s face it, most of the illegals are here because their countries are close enough for them to sneak across the border. If Somalia shared a border with us we would be dealing with a huge influx of illegal Somalis, and it would still be illegal. Our country gives billions of dollars to help people in many countries. That money helps, but ultimately it’s somewhat of a waste as those countries need a lot more than money to become better places to live.