she goes to a party, gets bored and wonders into the backyard. she finds a stick on the ground and starts to hit the nearby chain-link fence. as boredom continues she adjusts the stick between her legs, at the very hollow of her crotch„ in a transsexual-phallic fashion„ and starts to pretend to fuck the tree.
boi she likes comes up behind her and greets her enthusiastically. he realises what he’s stumbled upon, a chick pretending to fuck a fence with a stick, but it’s too late to walk away. he’s already said “Can i get a hug?”. she drops the stick and hugs him. their pelvises couldn’t be further apart.
he’s 15 and writes fake checks in malls and electronics stores to get whatever he and his friends want. he’s in the shower and mom tells him to get dressed and come out of the bathroom. 3 cops„ arrested for fraud„ take him to the dpt. in the car he tells them that they are assholes. one cops spits in his face. he spits in his face back and calls him a pig. he sleeps in his own bed that night
i was born in kingston, jamaica. i think that canadian women are gorgeous (generally). i live next to a 24/7 indian deli with an atm sign. i carry a gun coze chicks dig that and stuff. i’m 29 years old. i think that the illegality of cannabis is outrageous, and i’m in favor of the shrinkage of the federal govnt. the other day i heard someone say “holy monks !” on cbs and that made me lol coze it’s ridiculous
don’t screw with me
A team of Argentine scientists, led by Conrado Avendano of the Nascentis Center for Reproductive Medicine in Cordoba, found that placing drops of semen from healthy men under a laptop connected wirelessly to the Internet maims or even kills the sperm cells.
After four hours underneath the WiFi-connected computer, 25% of the sperm had stopped moving and nine percent showed DNA damage. By comparison, semen kept at the same temperature but away from the computer showed just a 14% drop in mobility and only 3% suffered DNA damage. x
Separating how we think about humans and other animals is like separating how we think about rivers and the Nile
According to the research, in modern America the average income required to be happy day-to-day, to experience “emotional well being” is about $75,000 a year. According to the researchers, past that point adding more to your income “does nothing for happiness, enjoyment, sadness, or stress.” A person who makes, on average, $250,000 a year has no greater emotional well-being, no extra day-to-day happiness, than a person making $75,000 a year. In Mississippi it is a bit less, in Chicago a bit more, but the point is there is evidence for the existence of a financiohappiness ceiling. The super-wealthy may believe they are happier, and you may agree, but you both share a delusion. x
a household income of about $75,000 in high-cost areas of the country is sufficient to maximize happiness. x
The man that cannot visualize a horse galloping on a tomato is an idiot x
“an American abstract artist and writer most commonly known as the muse of several other American artists of the mid-20th century including Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning”
you talk with a philosopher and always end up speaking about what is love/what love is
like all we care
like the final question, the all roads lead to rome