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I insist upon being among those who have gone too far. In defense of freedom...– Found here: http://www.combustionbooks.org/downloads/spm9-web.pdf
Really like this one. beatnikbox: firmly modest me but I jumping his Turkish Bath and instinctively busted his lady and crisis subtly my Africa impossibly slides against my arms and grammar throbbing peacefully rubbing brown her but soup cocksman strangely squeezed Mexico subtly skeletons later light her already purgatoried but cosmos Houston later stretched up hyacinths and scuttling ...
bleerios: not only is the ceo of abercrombie & fitch a jackass but he treated marty mcfly’s family like shit in all the back to the futures and that is inexcusable
In my dream last night, Mike and I had dinner in a shopping mall food court with RuPaul.
I just downloaded Dictionary of Numbers, which seems pretty great, although I don’t think this video’s too great. I’ve always had a lot of trouble visualizing distances in particular. Maybe this’ll gradually change those thought patterns. Also, this is pretty neat. Texas German. Whoddathunk. This has been today’s edition of “Thanks, Boing Boing.”
Thank you, joy-in-name-only. I feel better now. americanonline: americanonline: look at how frickin content this snail is with his little stick i think we all need to calm down and look at this snail again
The Origins of 9 Great British Insults →
nevver: WAZZOCK Wazzock was a particularly prevalent—and particularly loutish—insult in the 1990s. At the time, “lad culture” ran throughout British music and television, and wazzock, a North-England accented contraction of the sarcastic wiseacre (a know-it-all) became a powerful tool to shoot people down in an argument. LUMMOX Though the etymology of lummox is heavily disputed, one thing...
The blossoming of new memes from Japanese students’ astoundingly fertile imaginations is one thing that gives me a little hope.