weteevee:

strangecharmer:

weteevee:

laptop overheating?? pour water on it to cool it down!

i trusted you

Do not trust people like me. I will take you to museums, and parks, and monuments, and kiss you in every beautiful place, so that you can never go back to them without tasting me like blood in your mouth. I will destroy you in the most beautiful way possible. And when I leave you will finally understand, why storms are named after people

Aslo, you’ll trash my computer.

(Source: flygoing, via ohthisinnocence)

thatnerdygamergirl:

ramona-veronica:

trying to be healthy but i just made rice crispy treats??? oops 🍫🍫🍫

how do you accidentally make rice crispie treats?

You accidentally put marshmallows in a double boiler until they melt, then you accidentally pour them over the rice cereal you’ve accidentally poured into a casserole dish. Once they’ve cooled sufficiently, you accidentally cut them into squares.
I’m honestly surprised this doesn’t happen more often.

thatnerdygamergirl:

ramona-veronica:

trying to be healthy but i just made rice crispy treats??? oops 🍫🍫🍫

how do you accidentally make rice crispie treats?

You accidentally put marshmallows in a double boiler until they melt, then you accidentally pour them over the rice cereal you’ve accidentally poured into a casserole dish. Once they’ve cooled sufficiently, you accidentally cut them into squares.

I’m honestly surprised this doesn’t happen more often.

keytotruth:

video games are a wonderful escape from reality until you see your reflection in the loading screen

LCDs are awesome.

(via ohthisinnocence)

brucesterling:

lordemusic:

can another major pop music video come out soon please i’ve watched them all

*And she’s so young, too.  Really, can’t somebody do something 

People who work in restaurants for long enough eventually get sick of food.

sod-off-shotgun:

Nature, man…

Yeah, no, that was Thor.
Call the brewery, we’re gonna need more mead.

sod-off-shotgun:

Nature, man…

Yeah, no, that was Thor.

Call the brewery, we’re gonna need more mead.

(Source: blazepress)

eyemage:

“”I stepped into the bookshop and breathed in that perfume of paper and magic that strangely no one had ever thought of bottling.””

— Carlos Ruiz Zafon  (via barefootinthecold)

"Then I remembered I was allergic to cats, and my eyes started to water.  Gave the cat a scratch behind the ears anyway: I was already doomed, and it wasn’t like it was the cat’s fault."

—Clayton Woolard.

(Source: seabois)

pastorbait:

“Intelligence without ambition is a bird without wings.”

TheDailyPositive.com (via thistwit)

"Wings without a bird" is closer to what you’re tryng to say.  Ambition without intelligence would be a hedgehog repeatedly jumping off a rock, and wondering why it wasn’t working.

(Source: thedailypozitive)

brucesterling:

http://pando.com/2014/07/17/new-san-francisco-billboard-warns-workers-theyll-be-replaced-by-ipads-if-they-demand-a-fair-wage/

They can teach iPads to drive forklifts?

Biology. So…both, I guess?

Also, google “CFNM” some time.

(Source: everythinginheregleams, via thatnerdygamergirl)

thatnerdygamergirl:

Earlier this month came the tale of a Bronx newsstand that had been barred from selling coffee and tea by its building management after a Starbucks moved into the building. Now a very happy update comes from Norwood News: the little kiosk that could has been cleared to sell its caffeine beverages once again. We can believe in the power of the petition, people!
Building employees were frustrated that their outlet for inexpensive java had been yanked while the stand itself teetered toward the brink of extinction from loss of revenue. The management at One Fordham Plaza has still refused to acknowledge anything about the incident; for its part, Starbucks denied any involvement, saying it “welcomes competition” from independent stores.
Now that balance has been restored to the universe, office workers can once again stop by for their cups of joe and plastic-wrapped bread products. But let us never forget saddest sign ever:



(from Gothamist)

The elephant in the room here is that no “newsstand” can make a living selling words on paper these days. Guy pretty much *has* to be a mini cafe/convenience store to stay afloat.

thatnerdygamergirl:

Earlier this month came the tale of a Bronx newsstand that had been barred from selling coffee and tea by its building management after a Starbucks moved into the building. Now a very happy update comes from Norwood News: the little kiosk that could has been cleared to sell its caffeine beverages once again. We can believe in the power of the petition, people!

Building employees were frustrated that their outlet for inexpensive java had been yanked while the stand itself teetered toward the brink of extinction from loss of revenue. The management at One Fordham Plaza has still refused to acknowledge anything about the incident; for its part, Starbucks denied any involvement, saying it “welcomes competition” from independent stores.

Now that balance has been restored to the universe, office workers can once again stop by for their cups of joe and plastic-wrapped bread products. But let us never forget saddest sign ever:

070214coffeekiosk.jpg

The elephant in the room here is that no “newsstand” can make a living selling words on paper these days. Guy pretty much *has* to be a mini cafe/convenience store to stay afloat.