I just remembered that last year, I had a dream about Rick Perry. He was all quiet and intense, and he looked me in the eye and started coming towards me like he wanted to kiss me, and then I woke up.
No, go away Rick Perry! I didn’t vote for you and you’re not my type. Help me Ann Richards, save me from this foul incubus!
EVERYONE TAKE THIS FUCKING QUIZ RIGHT NOW
IM LITERALLY ANGRY ABOUT HOW ACCURATE IT IS FUCK THIS THING ALL I DID WAS CLICK ON COLORS ??? HO W DOES I TKNOW FRICK
this is the most fucking terrifyingly accurate personality test ive ever taken in my entire life like??? what. the fuck
this is creepy
I’m so upset
I thought something was fishy when they tried to test my personality with colors. Smacks of pseudoscience like that numerology and blood type personality bullshit. Turns out this test was invented in the early 1900s! That was way before they started doing useful things in psychology like double blind testing and accounting for biases. Didn’t y’all notice the “results” are pretty much applicable to most people? It’s the exact same trick they pull in astrology and horoscopes!
One of the best bummer stickers in existence.
Never was too comfortable with this philosophy. Smacks way too much of Pax Romana. Peace AND superior firepower seems like a better solution.
i discovered a new obsession for japanese food! it is THE SANDO. also known as sandwich. but its so different from our american sandwich. they use shokupan, which is usually cut pretty thick white bread. that could also be called a pullman loaf of bread. the crust is also almost always absent….
I’ve had them before! They are surprisingly delicious considering the lack of crust. I never understood how they accomplished that. They’re abundant in Taiwanese 7-11s. Maybe you can look for them in an Asian market?
Anthropomorphism which is the recognition of human-like characteristics or form in animals, plants or non-living things. This tree, which can be found in the Outer Banks of North Carolina, has roots which have taken a human-like form.
That’s a bald cypress. They grow these knees over their roots to help anchor them to the ground against tropical storms and hurricanes. They’re neat.
OKAY SIT DOWN SHUT UP, WE’RE GONNA TALK COLORS
THIS IS SAPPHIRE
THIS IS TEAL
THIS IS PERIWINKLE
THIS IS AZURE
AND THIS IS TURQUOISE
WONDER WHY THOSE ALL DON’T LOOK LIKE THE SAME COLOR? BECAUSE THEY ARE NOT
OTHER THAN BEING PART OF THE SAME FAMILY OF BLUES, THEY ARE NOT ALL THE SAME FUCKING COLOR! WHY WOULD THEY ALL BE THE SAME FUCKING COLOR! DO YOU THINK WE JUST NAME NEW COLORS FOR KICKS!?!?!?
WHEN DESCRIBING A CHARACTER’S GOD FORSAKEN EYE COLOR, PICK ONE YA GODDAMN HIPPIE
But real turquoise doesn’t look anything like that color unless it’s real shitty quality.
- The comic is about pretend you you, not pretend pretend you, so;
- You need to be a real person with a face, like a real person face not a wolf face or an otter face or what have you
- I need to know what the face looks like
- Keep prompts pg / pg13 please k thanks
- Uh anything else I think of later on, yeah this whole thing is a little arbitrary
This Tumblr Giveaway(???) ends August 1st so hurry up and reblog if you want to be in a Man Mountain comic okay goodbye.
I wanna be an cowboy shaman who talks to plants, but I don’t wanna show my face to the internet. Maybe I’ll just send you a selfie if I win?
Dublin Bottling Works - Dublin, Texas
In operation since 1891, the Dublin Bottling Factory only recently took its name after refusing to bow to Dr. Pepper’s insistence on the use of high fructose corn syrup.
Formerly known as the Dublin Dr. Pepper Bottling Company, the factory was the first facility to bottle Dr. Pepper soda after its 1885 invention. For over one hundred years, the bottling plant produced relatively small batches using the drink’s original recipe involving real cane sugar. Even when the demand for the drink increased and mass-manufacturing became a necessity, the Dublin facility continued to create only small batches of glass-bottled, original recipe soda. When the use of cheaper corn syrup ingredients began being used to manufacture the drink, the operator of the historic plant, Bill “Mr. Dr. Pepper” Kloster refused to change their ways, citing the folksy philosophy that one ought to keep “dancin’ with who brung ya.” The sugary throwback produced by the plant came to be known unofficially as, “Dublin Dr. Pepper.”
This rogue sugaring continued until 2012, until a battle with the Dr. Pepper Snapple company which could no longer brook their unwillingness to toe the line, caused the plant to lose all rights to bottle Dr. Pepper products and use the Dr. Pepper name. Kloster had developed a museum of Dr. Pepper memorabilia and signage at the factory which was also tragically disbanded thanks to the lawsuit.
Keep reading about the Dublin Bottling Works, on Atlas Obscura!
And so I continue my permanent boycott of all Dr Pepper Snapple Group products. May their corporation crash and burn, the untexan cunts.