WHAT EVEN THE FUCK IS THAT LOOK IF NOT GAY. LIKE GENUINELY. WHAT. ELSE. That’s not ‘omg ur so adorkable and grumpy, friend.’ That’s ‘omg ur so adorkable and grumpy and I am highly turned on by your mild anger and sultyness, I’d like to have some very hot sex with you. Pls stay angry and grumpy and sultry for it, I like it’. Fucking fuck sake. AND LOOK AT THAT FUCKING HIP SWAY/FOOT SWITCH THING WHAT EVEN IS THAT. HOW MANY WOMEN DO U WANNA BET MAURA’S SLEPT WITH COS THAT FACE LOOKS RELAXED AND EXPERIENCED IF YOU ASK ME. Fucking Sasha…
I was at Target yesterday and this little girl wanted to buy Halo 4, but this lady came up to her and said video games are for boys. This lady had a box of trix in her cart and so the girl grabs the box and said ‘and trix are for kids.’ and ran off with the cereal and the game.
Small child: 1; Lady: 0
I wanted to download We Will Rock You, but…
everytime i hear this my lungs hurt from laughing
I just fOUND HTE BEST GIF OMFG
I HAVE LOOKED FOR THIS LONGER THAN I HAVE BEEN ALIVE
i miss you bro
I feel bad for the generations who will never have the chance to appreciate Steve Irwin.
Crocs and gators ain’t been the same since
this man is literally the reason for my URL r.i.p. you great man
Good news for all survivalists!
Need a water filter? Peel a tree branch
If you’ve run out of drinking water during a lakeside camping trip, there’s a simple solution: Break off a branch from the nearest pine tree, peel away the bark, and slowly pour lake water through the stick. The improvised filter should trap any bacteria, producing fresh, uncontaminated water.
In fact, an MIT team has discovered that this low-tech filtration system can produce up to four liters of drinking water a day — enough to quench the thirst of a typical person.
In a paper published this week in the journal PLoS ONE, the researchers demonstrate that a small piece of sapwood can filter out more than 99 percent of the bacteria E. coli from water. They say the size of the pores in sapwood — which contains xylem tissue evolved to transport sap up the length of a tree — also allows water through while blocking most types of bacteria.