Someone’s having a quarter-life crisis apparently.
Someone’s having a quarter-life crisis apparently.
Apparently, they accidentally sent out the “what to say to bullied students to ensure that the school district can reduce their liability to zero” flyer meant for faculty and admin only.
There are only three possibilities, really. Those are, in order, from most to least likely, (a) it’s a kink thing, (b) it’s a performance art of some sort, or (c) it’s just two people who decided to troll the internet for shits and giggles.
Man up, Ron.
You checked off 86 out of 100 on this list! “Congratulations on knowing everything. You’re like Joan Holloway, the Dos Equis man, and the President of the United States all rolled into one.”
These are fun, I guess, if a little over the top, but if it makes them happy, then power to them, but the homeless pun was a big tasteless and so was the puppy one (unless they kept it, as opposed to returning it a week later after they realized the responsibility that comes with it).
You need therapy. All of it.
Absolutely beautiful. The man’s a fantastic artist - an actor, a painter and, apparently, a composer.
Ahh, America. Never change. LOL
Cute stuff, but cats sitting upright weird me out for some reason.
35/35. Maybe I should take a chill pill.
19/20. Not too shabby. All those moons are hard to remember.
The vulgarity and discomfort of persistent open sexual advances is secondary to the main issue at hand; the inequity of power. When women are exposed to harassment, they genuinely fear for their safety, well-being and even their life because the threat that they can be overpowered, raped or murdered is very real. Even if they survive a violent encounter, they will likely face undue societal rejection and condemnation. So simply switching the tables on “lesser” issues like catcalling, like in this video, does not work, because not only are most men not physically and emotionally intimidated by women in the same way women are by pushy men, but it also trivializes the issue of violence against women by reducing it to a matter of social manners. It is not. Those are symptoms of the larger issues of inequality and power imbalance, from which all the other issues like trivialization of women, harassment, etc. arise. This imbalance is so in need of improvement that if people were to try these out in the real world, most men’s reactions would range from eye-rolling and mild bemusement to an enthusiastic “game on!”, as can be attested from the comments here. So, while most men may not do these things, enough do to show us that society still has some way to go toward equality, and this issue is simply too big and too important to be properly addressed by a two-minute Buzzfeed video without it coming off reductive and trite.
There are so many missing titles here that it’s not even funny. No Bioshock? Castlevania? Silent Hill? Deus Ex? Civilization? Counterstrike? Wolfenstein? Quake? Even Simcity, for God’s sake!
Bummer. I’m really going to miss him on the Colbert Report. I was kind of hoping Craig Ferguson might replace Letterman, but CBS might have asked Craig to “tone down” the off-the-cuff goofiness he is loved for, so I’m unsure how to feel about all this. Maybe if they had picked Tina Fey or Amy Poehler, they might have still had the funny yet relatively “safe” type of comedy for that time slot, while still keeping the Report going. Even Louis CK might have worked, despite his non-traditional brand of comedy. In any case, good luck Stephen.
Apparently, Mattel has been modeling Ken after Justin Bieber.
Full marks, bitches.
I’d say more the lovechild of Cera and Poehler.
16/37. Thanks, Pelican!
Custard may be English in origin, but the egg tarts found in HK are of Portuguese influence, and are different in flavor and texture from British egg tarts.
I actually tend to be neat, clean and organized 99% of the time (I’ve only checked off a dozen of the more tame items on this list), but on the rare occasion that I do not feel like doing something, there is no force in the known universe that can compel me to do it, and doing dishes and ironing are two of those things that I absolutely abhor. Thank God for dishwashers (which I did not have back then) and laundry service.
#13 Such a bizarre picture. Almost looks Photoshopped. Or taken at Madame Tussauds.
I’ve never done the “buy new underwear instead of doing laundry” thing, but I did do something similar. I once threw away an entire 24-person set of dinnerware (plates, wine glasses, cutlery, serving utensils, etc) AND cookware (pots, pans, etc) after a large dinner party instead of doing the mountain of dishes I was left with at the end of the night. I just went out the next morning and bought a new set. Slightly ashamed at the time, but otherwise, no regrets.
There’s a Popeye movie? Off to IMDb/Netflix I go! You have watched 31 out of 170 on this list!
“You dig bad movies, as long as they’re so bad they’re good — and not just unbearable. You haven’t seen as many of the movies on this list as you’d like, but you’re pretty passionate about at least a few. After all, a good bad movie is just more fun to watch than a good good movie.”
You checked off 25 out of 57 on this list!
“You may not be the most responsible person in the world, but try getting a cute fish if you’re thinking about a pet. Then go from there!” Eh. I’ll make do with my friends’ dogs/cats for now. All the fun without the poop/smell/hair/destruction.
If anything, the Times review was too kind on Catcher in the Rye.
Oh man, poor guy. Smashed his chin, bit his tongue, and got a back-of-the-head concussion to boot. Give him some treats and a belly rub.
Finally. A voice of reason.
Ha. Can’t believe I took this quiz. I would also submit “Donut Poop”, which is poop that coils on itself in the bowl to form a perfect, uniform, circular ring. One of the guys from my college dorm achieved this and was so proud that he called the entire floor to witness his (admittedly) majestic accomplishment. You’ve pooped 25 out of 100 types of poop. “You’re a poop novice. Your reign on the porcelain throne has been uneventful so far. This means you have a healthy diet and live responsibly, so congratulations! But it also means your bowels have a lot of life yet to experience. Maybe add some corn to your dinner plans?”
The video reminds me of the crazy number of fearless deer that inundate any visitors holding bags of biscuits in Nara; another Japanese town.
You ticked off 8 out of 100 on this list! “You weren’t spoilt at all. Your parents refused buy you everything you asked for, which meant that you had to spend a lot of time at your friends’ houses playing with their toys. But that’s OK; it just meant you didn’t become a materialistic adult.” Meh. It depends on the kid and their personality. Some kids might stick to their spartan childhood habits while others might try to make up for their “lost” childhood, and everything in between.
You checked off 42 out of 52 on this list! OH YOU FANCY. You’re reading this on a solid gold iPhone now. Actually you’re not. Your servant is reading this aloud to you from a solid gold iPhone and you’re laughing about how you’re fancier than anyone else will ever be.
Eh, it was kind of dickish, but you can tell that it was intended as ribbing, and Alex handled it well.
As a responsible interwebz user, I feel the obligation to let people know that my reply above was directed toward a now-apparently-removed commenter who contended that this Bilzerian character was a hero/badass/masculine-ideal, and made his argument in a somewhat hostile manner toward Electra75.
I believe you meant “furchtbar” as in, “terrible” or “dreadful”, coming from Furcht, meaning fear/dread. Yours sounds more fun, though.
They’re milking it till the novelty wears off, it seems. Vine was all the rage for a while for Buzzfeed posts, before that it was Tinder, and before that Pinterest, etc.
You got: Max from “Where the Wild Things Are” “You’re a dreamer. Your escape is in your creative imagination, where you run wild with all your fantastic friends. Keep dreaming, just like Max, and the payoff will come before you know it.”
6 Months You checked off 51 out of 100 on this list! “You have the makings of a bonafide survivor, but your enthusiasm and willingness to adapt may bite you in the butt, that is if a zombie doesn’t bite you first. More than likely you will charge head first into a zombie fight, finding that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew. You will probably last a good six months, more than enough time to learn how to properly hunt right before you meet your demise.”
#17 Or, as an extension/alternative, when the shoulder straps of your bag or backpack get caught on a door handle.