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  1. Oh yeah. My dumb mug. Hola.

    Oh yeah. My dumb mug. Hola.

  2. Question for Boba tea fans

    I have strayed from my beloved honeydew milk tea only a couple of times with mixed results - honey milk: okay; green tea milk: not so much. If you’re a fan, tell me your favorite please.

    If you’ve never tried, find some and enjoy.

  3. What’s Your Favorite “Weird Food?”

    cattyfantastic:

    davidwknight:

    jjday10:

    We’ve all got them. Everyone’s family teaches them to love something the whole rest of the world thinks is bizarre. 

    What’s yours?

    Leftover spaghetti mixed with ranch dressing.

    I am fat, btw.

    Ketchup on (baked) macaroni & cheese; adding Lea & Perrins to just about everything (it’s one of the things that makes my potato salad so good); and a very weird mayonnaise phobia.

    I don’t think it’s weird, personally, but…

    Bun; peanut butter; hamburger; Sriracha. (Optional pickles/mayo/cheese.)

    The peanut and sweet chili give the burger a Thai-influenced taste.

  4. ☛ Missouri Mayor "Kind of Agrees" With Alleged Kansas Shooter About Jews

    girl-detective:

    THIS IS AN ELECTED OFFICIAL, PEOPLE. 

    I wish I could express surprise.

  5. Someone’s feeling punny today.

    Someone’s feeling punny today.

  6. I was at a fancy party at my girlfriend’s house once and there was a big bowl of beluga caviar. I took a ladle to it and plopped it on my plate and went to town.

    I was never invited back, and my girlfriend called me Roegart to all her friends after dumping me later that night.

  7. It’s a frustrating beverage designed for frustrated people.

    For Masochists, Here’s Some Hops-Flavored Soda (via theatlanticcities)

    1. Whomever wrote this piece for the Atlantic seems to hold my view on hops, namely that their overuse in craft beer is fucking ridiculous and ruining craft beer. If you want a hoppy beer, drink an IPA and enjoy the hell out of it. But how about we don’t over-hop our hefeweizens and porters and stouts and lagers and pilsners and every other fucking type of goddamn beer that wasn’t overhopped until a bunch of fucking hipster douchebags decided they wanted to make beer because Wil Wheaton made it “cool”? (N.B. Technically, I blame Sam Adams for the overuse of hops…must be all those fucking beans they eat in Boston that dulls their goddamn tastebuds.)
    2. For the non-beer drinkers who might drink wine, here’s my SAT analogy: beer : overhopped beer :: tannic wine : eating a fucking banana peel
    3. Are you fucking kidding me? Take the nastiest thing about beer and make it into a non-alcolholic drink? Smart. Perhaps next, we can take milk and let it sit for six weeks in a peat bog so it can take on the smoky undertones of scotch.
    4. Be a goddamn grownup and drink a fucking non-alcoholic drink if you want a non-alcoholic drink (the marketing justification from the makers of this vile brew is that they’re targeting people with the maturity of newborns.)

    Rant off.

    (via theatlantic)

  8. groverviolet:

jennywilbury:

I’m your only friend I’m not your only friend but I’m a little glowing friend but I’m not really actually your friend but I am.

Awesome. Pure awesome.

    groverviolet:

    jennywilbury:

    I’m your only friend I’m not your only friend but I’m a little glowing friend but I’m not really actually your friend but I am.

    Awesome. Pure awesome.

  9. Someone called me cute today. Having a rough week, so that was a welcome surprise. Thank you.

  10. kenyatta:

flatluigi:

stormingtheivory:

So can we talk about the absolutely stunning duplicity going on here?

holy shit

How to lie with statistics: Death In Florida version
btw, a clearer version of this graph is here:


I’m so used to lies of scale, that it took me a second to realize just how fucked up this one is.

Impressive.

    kenyatta:

    flatluigi:

    stormingtheivory:

    So can we talk about the absolutely stunning duplicity going on here?

    holy shit

    How to lie with statistics: Death In Florida version

    btw, a clearer version of this graph is here:

    image

    I’m so used to lies of scale, that it took me a second to realize just how fucked up this one is.

    Impressive.

    (via wonderfullynerdy)