Looks like platonic ideals do attract.
Looks like platonic ideals do attract.
Did someone pass #3 through their digestive track before taking a picture of it? Yuck.
Maybe bread boy and the PETA lettuce-kini girl can join in for a BLT, if you know what I mean.
You people are what’s wrong with the world.
I have to say, the after for #13 (diaper man), and the before for #25 (devil trio) are kind of creepy. And there’s no redeeming either version of #24 (chucky and his sister).
17/21. Some of the healthier stuff begins to look the same after a while. Or I don’t feel like scrolling to see the whole answer list.
Ugh, ISIS, just go back to the hell hole you came from and leave the people of Iraq be. The solidarity prayers have the right idea, and will, ultimately, persevere against your tyranny. I, and the people of the world wish them patience, resilience, and strength.
With each new frame of #2, I was going “Oh God, this is going to be brutal, here it comes, here it comes, here it… aaaaand right in the gut”
Her picture in the video still totally looks like a brunette JK Rowling.
“Women are put on this earth to satisfy a man, so if she feels offended, she shouldn’t have [ever] been born.” Are you effin’ kidding me?!? Jesus Christ, and this idiot calls himself “a gentleman”. SMH
As a millennial with a senior level position at a well-established and well-regarded international design company, I can tell you for certain that none of these “concepts” are going above my head, or, I suspect, most of the other viewers of this page. I have nothing to resent, nor do I hate my job. What I do have is the ability to listen to my seniors and relevant decision makers and learn from their experience, advice, and hard-earned expertise in order to enrich my professional growth and strengthen my skillset. Taking everything as a personal attack on yourself or constructing strawman arguments (e.g. “use MS Office templates”) is not a sign of maturity - professional or otherwise.
Does it turn purple for warm water?
Even for a design company, a lot of these are way overdone, and reek of the type of over-eagerness to impress that many recent grads/interns/first-job applicants have. Just keep it clean, simple, and professional, like #27 (minus the colors, ideally). Save the creativity for your portfolio and sample page, and spend the time and effort making your CV as straightforward and non-fussy as possible, without compromising basic aesthetics, of course. Your resume is not an art project or a Pinterest board of cutesy and twee design decisions - it’s a functional tool with a very specific purpose. If you make the recruiter spend time they don’t have trying to “mine” the most pertinent information they need to know in order to do their job effectively from the mountain of text and images you’ve buried it under, they will hate you for it, or worse, just toss your stuff into the bin without so much as reading your name.
Schnitzel; hell yes! “Schnitty”; eff no.
Sorry, sore subject. :) You have no idea how many times I got (and indeed still get) ignorant comments from armchair therapists. My gf’s in the same boat (i.e. also an only child), but she has a tougher skin when it comes to idiots with patronizing comments that go as far as asking “Was there something wrong with your parents?” or “I could never deny my child the joy of being a real family”. Christ, people are oblivious sometimes. SMH.
#13 is such a mystery. “Abandon your kids here and we will help them become happy, successful adults”? “Elderly couples at the park will sell your children to random women”? “Fratricidal cross-dressing conjoined twin crossing”? So many possibilities.
Enough of these @$! stereotypes of “you were lonely”, “you don’t know how to share”, and “you are entitled”. It’s crap like this that makes some people act like only-children are something to be pitied. The only thing common to the only-child experience is having no siblings. The rest entirely depends on your personality and circumstances.
More like a life sentence.
My God! AOL still exists?
Chilled Watermelon + Creamy Feta + Outdoors = Summer
They were saving it for the next article.
They’re not referring to this specific picture, but the “official” manufacturer’s stance on which side of a digestive is the top side vs the bottom side. These snacks are very popular in the UK, and there’s always been a jokey public ‘debate’ as to which side (the chocolate or the biscuit) is the top side, with a lot of people falling in the “chocolate is the top side” camp, because toppings tend to be, well, on top. But the manufacturer declared a while back that the side with the brand’s name (i.e. the biscuit side) is in fact the top side, thus blowing many people’s minds.
Were the Death Eaters the in-laws?
The number one thing you should know by the time you’re 25 is the ability to recognize bullshit faux-wisdom like this a mile away and laugh about it.
Oh, I know they aren’t. Even if they were, “harpooning” someone with whom you disagree is hardly the enlightened approach. At the end of the day, these guys are idiots no matter which social group they attack with their oh-so-clever lines, and deserve to be called out on their douchebaggery, though I imagine they might enjoy the attention.
I wanted to see the missed connections.
From the message, it seems like the target of their ire is not so much Japanese people as it is the practice of whaling. Pretty much the whole world is morally against the killing of whales, and tend to voice their displeasure in the fact that the Japanese are so unapologetic about it. Then again, Wicked Campers seem to be a bunch of assholes, so there’s no need to look for logic in their sentiments.
I actually have picked a handful of basics (hello, thank you, etc) in a few different sign languages over the years, but never thought to add curse words till now. Armed with your encouragement and my immaturity, off to Google I go.
Comic Sans. Looking at some of the other possibilities in these comments, it looks like I got away with the least possible damage.
“Fingerprints” sounds like “finger Prince”. It’s been talked about a bajillion times on here and elsewhere on the internet since the episode aired 20 years ago, and is thus no longer funny.
For a good number, you can probably prepare the components individually the night before and just mix them all together in the morning. That way, it’s not much different than making cereal.
I’ll just leave this here.
Well, the good news is none of these idiots will be able to contribute to the gene pool.
I think that’s what they meant to say, too. As in, they were born on a Tuesday, and their birthday this year is also on a Tuesday. I can’t imagine otherwise.
Well, I’m definitely adding the ASL stuff to my vocab.
For once, you had the perfect opportunity to use “click to reveal” to good effect, Buzzfeed, instead of randomly putting it onto posts that unnecessarily annoy readers, and you blew it.
Jesus Christ, that sound. The poor men are heaving heart attacks because they think a velociraptor is about to devour them.
Absolutely abhorrent. :) We should have known the man’s capable of anything after the Indiana Jones rape incident.