Posts Tagged “random shit”

Back in the day, when I was a K00L 31337 hax0r, I had a bunch of custom sound settings for my computer (which, also amazingly, have followed me around to my current work laptop!!!). I’m putting these up here for posterity.

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Bean wanted to go to an open house at his arts& crafts studio. He pretty much spent the whole afternoon there, and managed to wangle us into staying to watch the…. weirdest play ever. Think angtsy toy story for toys with serious issues…

I got a cuddle from a giant weed leaf. Katy posted the picture on her instagram. It was liked by LA-based real estate law firm. Yay, Internet. 

My dad would be in canned food heaven right now. We went grocery shopping in France, and it’s always astonishing to see how different the choices are. In this picture, you’ll notice tins of:

  • Canard mitonné
  • Blanquette de veau
  • Lapin rôti à la moutarde
  • Tartiflette
  • Choucroute garnie
  • Cassoulet
  • Poulet basquaise
  • Boeuf bourguignon

Now, of course, it will never compare to the British pie-in-a-tin experience we gave him once, but I did make note of a few things to send back to him when my mom comes.

Star Trek: The Original Series debuted on Sept. 8, 1966, with the episode “The Man Trap.” The series lasted three seasons but spawned five live-action spinoff series, one animated series, and thirteen movies so far, plus many licensed novels, comic books, games, and more.

To think, without this

We’d never have had Star Trek cosplay porn.

Live long and prosper.

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Fifteen ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Enterprise (or HMS Enterprize), the earliest dating from 1705. There have been ten ships from the US navy that have been named USS Enterprise, the earliest of those from 1775. Still, the best remembered crew will is, and shall always be, that of NCC-1701.

“I’m not a fan of the new pound coin, but then again, I hate all change.” Ken Cheng
“Trump’s nothing like Hitler. There’s no way he could write a book.” Frankie Boyle
“I’ve given up asking rhetorical questions. What’s the point?” Alexei Sayle
“I’m looking for the girl-next-door type. I’m just gonna keep moving house till I find her.” Lew Fitz
“I like to imagine the guy who invented the umbrella was going to call it the ‘brella’. But he hesitated.” Andy Field
“I’m rubbish with names. It’s not my fault, it’s a condition. There’s a name for it …” Jimeoin
“I have two boys, five and six. We’re no good at naming things in our house.” Ed Byrne
“Whenever someone says, ‘I don’t believe in coincidences’, I say, ‘Oh my God, me neither!’” Alasdair Beckett-King
“As a vegan, I think people who sell meat are disgusting, but apparently people who sell fruit and veg are grocer.” Adele Cliff
“Insomnia is awful. But on the plus side – only three more sleeps till Christmas.” Robert Garnham
“Centaurs shop at Topman. And Bottomhorse.” Dan Antopolski
“Oregon leads America in both marital infidelity and clinical depression. What a sad state of affairs.” Paul Savage
“How did the Village People meet? They obviously led such different lives.” John-Luke Roberts
“If you’re being chased by a pack of taxidermists, do not play dead.” Olaf Falafel

A new internet craze is sweeping the web and it sees women holding their breasts in the shape of heart and posting pictures of it online. The bizarre trend – named the “heart shaped boob challenge” – began earlier this week in China.

And within days it has exploded on the country’s most popular social network Weibo, with thousands of women wanting to take part in the challenge.