We all have a little childlike wonder in our hearts. We wonder about things like what makes the sky blue or is there life on other planets. We've all had another question for the universe. How are strippers made? Well, this picture is the answer to that one.
Barbie has long been an icon for little girls. She teaches them positivity, self esteem and some other stuff too. She's been criticized for having a body that by human standards is literally unattainable. She does have another talent to fall back on as well.
Signs, signs, everywhere there's a sign. Signs tellin' you to do this or don't do that. They are seriously helpful sometimes. You'll have a difficult time finding a sign that is more helpful than this one, since nothing is worse than having your genitals and face torn off by vicious primates.
In an age where rock artists fall off the face of the earth regularly, The Deftones have stood the test of time. They are a band who has endured because of their willingness to continually evolve as artists and push the boundaries of musical reality. They are a band that loves to collaborate, working with such talented musicians as Maynard James Keenan of Tool and Serj Tankian from System of a Down, as well as countless others.
WGRD has showed us for many years all the acceptable ways to properly rock. There are a variety of ways to rock. You can play air guitar. You can play air drums. Acceptable rocking could include headbanging or throwing the horns up
Anyone who has ever seen the show 'Breaking Bad' inherently understands that when it comes to running a crystal meth operation, subtlety is pretty important. There are some definite "don'ts" when it comes to slingin' the devil's rock candy
In public pools everywhere there are signs posted warning of the dangers of diving into the shallow end. It's always a bad idea and never ends well. Science recently did find one time where diving into the shallow end is perfectly o
Wedding photos are there to capture a beautiful moment to be relived throughout the happy couple's lives. They are typically beautiful and extremely well done by a top notch photographer. This one is a little different
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, this picture is worth 2 words and a sound. "OH GOD!" and (PUKING NOISE) . Even though these are flies, it's a shame to see any animal going through this kind of cruelty
Children's nightmares are terrifying in a far more sinister way than the nightmares of adults. Adult nightmares include things like losing your house or being chased by a crazy baby-mama. Children's nightmares include monsters that spring to life from cute cuddly things like their teddy bear
Avenged Sevenfold has unleashed their latest track to tickle the brains of gamers as they lay waste to their foes in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. The track is called 'Carry On' and you can actually let it consume your brain by listening to it HERE. The track is so badass, we started thinkin' about other video game franchises that could be made better by the tunage of the mighty A7X.
Up until this point in history, science had not yet come to find out the emotions that horses experience. Apparently, they too have psychotic exes and this one is plotting some sort of diabolical revenge. It sees you, ALWAYS... MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH-NAAAAY.
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