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It matters 6 comments
hunk_o_junk · 2 days ago
mistoffelees, the old way is pouring the syrup into a glass, then adding carbonated water to the glass, and mixing with a spoon or swizzle stick. I think that there are some other flourishes and techniques, like maybe allowing the carbonated water to flow down a spoon or stick so it doesn't splash. Most places mix the two inside the dispenser, so what goes into the glass is already mixed. The photo shows that clear carbonated water is being poured into the glass.
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I love this animal, the armored d*ldo 1 comments
hunk_o_junk · 3 days ago
To be REALLY Tex Avery style, his eyes should extend out two feet to an accompanying "Ahhh-Oooga" sound.
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It matters 6 comments
hunk_o_junk · 3 days ago
Mixes concentrated syrup with carbonated water in a glass.

Unfortunately, the current syrup doesn't contain all the original stuff the guy was asking about.
Sounds like someone didn't learn the pronoun song 10 comments
hunk_o_junk · 1 week ago
The pronouns people use to indicate their sexual and/or gender identification, which may be completely at odds with their appearance, the plumbing that they were born with, the plumbing that they currently have, the chromosomes they have, etc. It's also used by some people to signal their progressiveness.

So, "pronouns" join the word "gay" and rainbows to become part of "that" lexicon. Also, according to Homer Simpson, we lost the names Bruce and Lance.
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(((companies))) 4 comments
hunk_o_junk · 1 week ago
Excellent point. In life, we have to go by laws made up by people, which allow some to spend freely and then renege on their promise to pay. Reincarnation would go by some natural law, so those trying monetize usury would probably not only be bugs, but the kind that gets preyed on by other bugs.
Avocadildo 1 comments
hunk_o_junk · 1 week ago
Maybe I'm the only one...but that sounds suspiciously like the Italian word for "lawyer" (avvocato).
Now you know 10 comments
hunk_o_junk · 1 week ago
During WWII, there were several Canadian regiments that kicked serious ass, took terrible losses and dealt out much more than they got. Canada got one of the D-Day beaches, while the US and England got two each. Far from insignificant.
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At least they’re Gluten Free! 3 comments
hunk_o_junk · 1 week ago
The ones that smell like licorice are flavored with Anise.
Know the signs 2 comments
hunk_o_junk · 1 week ago
If they
-Celebrate your wins
-You feel energized after seeing them
-Support your goals

Then you must be a Nazi as well, so for *you*, that's still green flags.
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This sign at local garden center 4 comments
hunk_o_junk · 2 weeks ago
I suppose that's true, since we will all be composted eventually.
The boy with no name 1 comments
hunk_o_junk · 2 weeks ago
Maybe they were fans of that song by America about the horse in the desert.
***ing Deadspace 3 what a mess 2 comments
hunk_o_junk · 2 weeks ago
"Scientists."

"Dude, my hypothesis is that this series of motions will feel good."
"Bro, this is the Scientific Method. We need to *test* that hypothesis. Like, repeatedly...to...uhhh...get a statistically significant sample size."
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Innate psychotic grieving 2 comments
hunk_o_junk · 2 weeks ago
Many years ago, my company implemented a "Fun At Work" philosophy, based on the Seattle Fish Market, where they throw fish around and people come from all around to watch that. People who have fun at work better serve their customers, produce better returns for the company, etc. So, my company gave every employee a sheet of fish stickers. Maybe retail businesses can connect fun and customer engagement, but this was a tier 1 automotive electronics company.

Then the automotive and electronics markets were bad, so we got two raises over the course of seven years. Not that much fun. I still have the stickers, though. I never figured out what to stick them on at work for fun engagement.

So, "add stickers to your boulder for fun" isn't really far-fetched.
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Fitted freelance recycled 1 comments
hunk_o_junk · 2 weeks ago
She's super-complimentary now because you're still "together." The jabs will come when you aren't.
That one vine 1 comments
hunk_o_junk · 2 weeks ago
Having social media where people can share what they're thinking didn't really revolutionize the way we think, but having people able to communicate their thoughts really revealed the lack of thinking that was there all along but just hidden.
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Honorable stately notable 3 comments
hunk_o_junk · 3 weeks ago
And what were the Friends' great great grandparents doing in their respective countries of origin.
Suddenly .. cuteness! 4 comments
hunk_o_junk · 3 weeks ago
It's in case they need to run a CAT scan.

The other vet is in change of Lab tests. He keeps a Labrador Retriever puppy in his pocket.
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They are lerning 1 comments
hunk_o_junk · 3 weeks ago
Chimps together strong.
It’s insane how beautiful life can be 2 comments
hunk_o_junk · 3 weeks ago
Two thoughts:
1. That's not a very memorable or significant moment to memorialize in a post.
2. If you can find joy in simple everyday moments, you're ahead of many people.

And like the two wolves, the winner of these two competing thoughts is "the one that you feed." So, which feeds better: A feeling that the moment is not significant enough, or an actual literal footlong hot dog?
The long road home 2 comments
hunk_o_junk · 3 weeks ago
Maybe his bear girlfriend was there...the one that does that thing he likes.
Dropped broiled bleak 1 comments
hunk_o_junk · 3 weeks ago
Also, that parking space is reserved for "Green Vehicles," so he's technically right to park there. And "technically right" is the best kind of right.
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Unmasked intelligent contemporaneous 1 comments
hunk_o_junk · 3 weeks ago
Somewhere along the line, he picked up that this particular type of dinosaur was a "brontosaurus."

That's why I never used baby talk on my kids. Not that an 18 month old was likely to pick up all the adult vocabulary, or that they'd understand the logical reasoning about why they couldn't run into the street, but at some point they *would* have that vocabulary and logical reasoning, and I just didn't know when that would be.

Plus, a lot of "baby talk" makes me want to puke. Huh; maybe that's why babies spit up all the time--it's the baby talk that they're subjected to.
Slenderman? 2 comments
hunk_o_junk · 4 weeks ago
John Cleese?
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This .. thisness. 1 comments
hunk_o_junk · 5 weeks ago
Engineers and Physicists can make better music than musicians and artists can make planes and neutron colliders.

Although Boeing seems to be trying to disprove that.
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