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This is scary 14 comments
guest · 6 years ago
So you have a choice of just slicing your hair off or brutally murdering it...
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
Organic tomatoes in Siberia 8 comments
guest · 6 years ago
Sorry, Maezilla, but I'm afraid the English language develops and changes whether we want it to or not. For what it's worth, though, I'm with you. Every time I hear someone say something about eating 'organic' I want to suggest a lump of graphite. I wish they could use another word for 'grown/produced with no nasty stuff' but, alas, 'tis the fate of a living language to change like this.
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seck em 7 comments
guest · 6 years ago
Imperials think we need their laws. Pffft.
Canadians do everything different 2 comments
guest · 6 years ago
Please tell me that was an intentional Discworld reference. Pleeeeeeeeease!
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I'm excited for Deadpool! 4 comments
guest · 6 years ago
YEEEEEEEEEEESSSS!!!!
Green thumb 11 comments
guest · 6 years ago
The funny thing is, I thought he was referring to the black gloves robbers stereotypically wear. XD
Sounds much cooler 10 comments
guest · 6 years ago
YEEEEEEEEEEEEES
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I present to you the rare and wonderful Dogtopus 2 comments
guest · 6 years ago
Dr. Alphys what have you done!?
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Kayaking done right 5 comments
guest · 6 years ago
One more thing to buy for my dad when I become rich and famous - or just rich.
Watch this bluegrass cover of Anaconda in vintage style 7 comments
guest · 6 years ago
This version makes me think she's singing about cooking...
Run while you can 2 comments
guest · 6 years ago
Trolling creepers is an art
When someone fatter than me gives me health advice. 10 comments
guest · 6 years ago
Unless, of course, you know how much fatter they were a few months ago...
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Award for best protest sign goes to... 10 comments
guest · 6 years ago
God doesn't hate gays. He just doesn't like what you're doing and would prefer it if you stopped. But He did make it your choice and you are pretty dang cute.
This Woman's Gazillion Bubble Show Will Blow Your Mind 5 comments
guest · 6 years ago
BUBBLES!!!!!!11111ONE
Atheism a religion 16 comments
guest · 6 years ago
"[Atheism] is a religious position. Indeed a true atheist thinks of the gods constantly, albeit in terms of denial. Therefore atheism is a form of belief. If the atheist truly did not believe, he or she would not bother to deny." - Terry Pratchett
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To those who say they DESERVE $15 an hour working fast food. 42 comments
guest · 6 years ago
Here's an idea: Give the power of deciding minimum wage to the states so that each state can set the min to the cost of living in that state because, shocker, the cost of living in each state is different! It can even differ from city to city sometimes.
TL;DR Version of The Holy Bible 27 comments
guest · 6 years ago
TL;DR V2: An almighty entity gets really lonely and creates beings capable of free will 'cause He wants them to love Him by choice not by force. Because true love must be a choice, He allows them to do the things, knows that they will do the things, and waits for them to choose to try not to do the things anymore because that will mean that they have chosen to love Him with full understanding of what it's like to do the things. Afterwards they will still do the things because they are not yet perfect, but now that they have accepted Him and the price He paid for them they will one day become perfect. While they're here, though, they should still try not to do the things because the reason He says not to do the things is because the things are what f*** us up big-time.
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Just guess which one 27 comments
guest · 6 years ago
See, here's the problem I have: Guns are SUPPOSED to be dangerous, that's what they're for. That's the whole point. They are not meant to be anything else and everyone is, or at least should be, well aware of how dangerous they are. Chocolate, on the other hand, is NOT supposed to be dangerous. Chocolate is wonderful. Chocolate is amazing. And I am totally against anything that taints the awesomeness of chocolate by somehow making it dangerous. However, unless the manufacturers put some kind of harmful chemical in that chocolate, I find myself reading this as a social comment on how some people will go so far as to put a company out of business in order to dodge responsibility for their own negligence/stupidity (coughBuckyBallscough), rather than as an anti-gun poster. But maybe that's just me. Still, I feel like we're comparing apples to potatoes here. Guns are weapons, chocolate is food. See the difference?
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Has science gone too far? 21 comments
guest · 6 years ago
To the idea of Nephilim: Think about it for a second. If these beings existed in the past then we would have evidence. But if they existed today as well, possibly in a somewhat diminished state (perhaps even intentionally so so they could hide better), then they absolutely would not want anyone to know about it. And with skulls possessing a 25% greater brain capacity than humans, they'd have the intelligence to hide the evidence. And with a history of being worshiped by us dumb humans, they'd have made sure they had the political connections to make it happen.
Kind of hoping/wishing it isn't true 'cause without some almighty entity of absolute power and boundless love on our side we are so screwed.
It's Time To Put Down Your Phone 4 comments
guest · 6 years ago
There's also a difference between being a hypocrite and being someone who recognizes their own flaws. Hypocrites don't own up. However it feels like this guy took a look at his own behavior first, said 'this ain't right', and now wants to help other people out of the trap that he got into. Aside from that, pegleg0423 is right. If he wasn't one of the people he's talking about, then how would he know _what_ he's talking about? Who would listen to him? It'd be like a non-smoker berating someone for smoking. _They_ don't have that problem, so how could they possibly understand how hard it is to stop?