In honor of Maurice Sendak's death, I feel it's only appropriate that we revisit Christopher Walken reading the children's classic, "Where the Wild Things Are."
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I know you love dogs but I figured I would send you this link anyway. This is on one of the buildings in downtown Boise. Eric
First of all, disgusting. I know, welcome aboard. Second, it's a Freightliner Colombia, not a Peterbilt 386. Thought you should know. The Diesel Guy
I saw your calculation for the cost of your puke... and it reminded me of something I saw at Target the other day that I thought was rather expensive. K-Y has a new type of personal lubricant called K-Y Intense. It's $24.99 for a 10 ml bottle (.34 oz or 1/3 oz roughly). For some perspective at how expensive this really is, let's compare it against a the national average for a gallon of gas @ $3.797. $25 per 1/3 oz = $75 per oz .... 128 oz per gallon x $75 per oz = $9600 per gallon! Or you could be a nice used car. -Josh
Everywhere you look there’s always some sort of competition somewhere. Whether it be two comic characters or two billion dollar corporations there are rivals amongst every category. Dan Matutina has compiled some of these battles of love and hate into what he calls Versus Hearts. Enjoy!
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Whoever told you sporting events involved athletic masterpieces and crowd eruptions hasn't seen what we've seen, hasn't teared from laughter the way we have after truly studying the art of fandship. There are those who reek of violence, others who always seem depressed and, finally, those who veer towards comedy as they watch their team battle for victory. Get ready for 100 hilarious pics of fans improvising and entertaining, giving their teams more than just a loud roar and respectful clap.
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what really happens when you swallow your gum?
neil degrasse tyson opens a
can of whoopass rocket in his office
amazing transformations: put down the fucking fork and good things can happen