Lauren. 19, Colorado, Homestuck, LGBTQWTFBBQ.

I am a citizen of the Internet. I do things sometimes. Some of those things will go here. Yeah.

 

foxdear:

pumpkinradish:

foxdear:

How to spot a nerd: See if they’re wearing this, then take their lunch money

I think you meant, then see if they want to have an in-depth conversation about it. Because taking their lunch money makes you a bully.
And being a bully makes you an asshole.

foxdear:

pumpkinradish:

foxdear:

How to spot a nerd: See if they’re wearing this, then take their lunch money

I think you meant, then see if they want to have an in-depth conversation about it. Because taking their lunch money makes you a bully.

And being a bully makes you an asshole.

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(Source: red-hot-rebel)

alkthash:

theaudientvoid:

alkthash:

Somebody sent Mormons missionaries to my house as a prank. When I find out who sent stooges to my door they will rue the day they conceived this idea. They have incurred my wrath and I shall rebuke them!!

How does one go about sending Mormon’s to someone.

They have an option on their website where you can put somebody’s name and address and say that they want to meet some Mormons. Why they have that option given the rampant possibility for abuse, I don’t know.

Not only is that super exploitable, I have serious doubts it has ever actually been used for its legitimate purpose.

We now know that 24 hours without sleep, or a week of sleeping four or five hours a night induces an impairment equivalent to a blood alcohol level of .1 percent. We would never say, ‘This person is a great worker! He’s drunk all the time!’ yet we continue to celebrate people who sacrifice sleep for work.

factoryworker8:

The actor who plays Red Skull - the Hydra guy - in Captain America The First Avenger plays an assassin in Cloud Atlas.
He’s assassinating anyone who has a certain document.
On the front of the document it says ‘Hydra’

Hail Hydra

Ha, I didn’t notice that. It’d be more of a conspiracy if Hugo Weaving didn’t get a little bit typecast, though.

ryannorth:

davidmalki:

So I thought that RYAN NORTH and all of his FAKE BOOK JAPERY was perfectly harmless, if a bit mean.

BUT NOW? I KNOW DIFFERENT. Look what arrived in the mail ANONYMOUSLY.

This is no fake. This is a real book that someone spent some amount of real money to have sent to me from Amazon, no note included.

YOU SEE, RYAN? YOU SEE WHAT YOU HAVE WROUGHT???

This book — which, I must repeat for emphasis, is a real thing, like someone had the idea for it (ha ha!) but then didn’t realize that the idea is the entire joke but instead somehow decided they would take on the actual human calorie-burning task of writing 126 pages of — really gives you a smoke-the-whole-pack quantity of what is indisputably people’s favorite parts of LOLcats: the nigh-nonsensical text!

And it’s not just Bible stories. It’s The Bible. It’s abridged to include just the most famous bits (Adam & Eve, Noah, Joseph & his brothers, King David, parts of the Gospels and Acts, and as seen above, Daniel in the lion’s den), but those parts are reproduced VERSE BY VERSE so you do indeed have to slog through “So Daniel liev long an prospar frum Darius to teh othur King, Cyrus, hoo wus a Persian kitteh.”

HI

LARIOUS

This is a concept book. This is a book that people give to one another as a joke, but nobody reads. The corporate buyer for the bookstore didn’t read it. The person buying it for a friend’s birthday didn’t read it. The friend who got it as a gift didn’t read it. I’ll bet the typesetter only read as little of it as she could get away with.

It was regifted a dozen times and every single one of those people did what I did and/or will do, which is: 

- realize what it was

- instantly get all the enjoyment out of that concept that one will ever get

- flip through it

- realize that it goes ON AND ON AND ON

- see that this is a glimpse into a madness best avoided

- quietly close it and put it on a shelf

- give it to another unsuspecting friend so it’s out of one’s own life

The publisher of this book has a whole miserable line of just complete nonsense, including "Blogs Into Books", and I can just tell that this shallow, cash-grabbing —

Wait, what’s that? Sorry…just a second…

Ah.

You say that the author/war criminal of this book, Martin Grondin, set up a wiki site in 2007 to translate the Bible into LOLcat, and that the book actually came along later, printing what had already been written?

Well, then I say that this publisher will probably LOVE my new project, “View Source” (working title), which takes popular websites and just reprints the raw HTML from their homepage. The work’s already done!!!

Confidential to whoever sent this to me: if I ever find out who you are, rest assured we will be enemies forever

These “we got the general public to generate content for this site for free and now we’re selling it and paying them precisely $0” volumes are usually in the discount section of your local bookstore’s humour section and are great to flip through if you want to feel the emotion known as “despair for humanity”

THAT’S RIGHT I SAID IT

I’m going to have to start watching Anime, aren’t I?

Salvador Dalí and Philip K. Dick were each heavily influenced by the perceived shadow of a sibling who died around the time of their birth, and both were interested in the usage of scientific imagery to recreate and reinterpret religious imagery.

guo-jia:

stunningpicture:

After a lot of rain here in FL these baby frogs appeared. They eerily all faced the same direction.

THE RITUAL HAS BEGUN

Somebody call the BPRD.

guo-jia:

stunningpicture:

After a lot of rain here in FL these baby frogs appeared. They eerily all faced the same direction.

THE RITUAL HAS BEGUN

Somebody call the BPRD.