it took me a while to get this. i was like what did they line the bottom of the pot with weed? is the pot just a diversion, did he already give it to him before? wth? OHHHHHHHHHHHHH.
Over forty years later:
((I will never not reblog this.))
when i see things like this i wish there was a way i could mass message all the people who reblogged and liked this and tell them THIS IS FAKE. google shit, folks.
oh man this song.
i hate going to the gym. i hate the time it takes out of my day to get there, i hate how crowded it is (though they are currently doubling our university’s rec center), and yeah im self-conscious. not cause i care how other guys think i measure up compared to them, but because i dont know how all the equipment works and i don’t do all the complicated exercises they do.
so, i’m taking my workouts outside the gym this summer in a few ways:
Fantasiada, menina interage com cangurus em parque na Austrália; veja mais fotos: http://folha.com/131372 (Foto: Carters News/The Grosby Group)
so this year our apartment has been completely trashed. i mean piles of trash and recycling taking over the kitchen, the counters and stove and sink caked in grease and shit, and the bathroom, don’t even get me started.
Guess what came in the mail today?!
The One World Futbol Project soccer (fut) ball (bol) I ordered!
I bought it cause it’s blue.
Okay no not really. I bought it cause OWFP (http://www.oneworldfutbol.com/) is a one-for-one organization who created these “indestructible” footballs for children in need, who live in areas where things like this are hard to get, hard to keep, or just aren’t had. While i may be needy, I am not a child in need. Like I said, they’re “one-for-one”, so for every football bought, they give one to a (real) child in need.
Here’s from the site:
Virtually-Indestructible. Unlike any inflatable ball on the market, the One World Futbol never needs a pump and never goes flat, even if punctured. The ball is made using state-of-the-art technology that requires no stitching and is designed to have the same rebound characteristics as a traditional soccer ball. It’s the same size and weight as a standard soccer ball, but it can also be used for netball, volleyball, and many other games.
All-terrain. The One World Futbol is ideal for any playing surface, not just grass or regulation soccer fields: indoors, on concrete, on blacktop, on grass, on a beach, on dirt, or even on a rocky field. The ball can withstand the harshest conditions without deflating.
Sustainability. The ultra-durability of the One World Futbol also helps meet a significant environmental challenge by eliminating the waste of discarded, punctured soccer balls. In Africa alone, 20 million deflated balls make their way into trash heaps every year.
Buy One, Give One. For every One World Futbol you buy through our “Buy One, Give One” program, we give a second ball to children and youth in need through organizations working in disadvantaged communities such as refugee camps, war zones, disaster area and inner cities.
No Child Labor. Many traditional soccer balls are still stitched together by hand by children and adults working under deplorable conditions in Pakistan, China, and India. The One World Futbol is manufactured using state-of-the-art technology that does not require stitching.
if you play soccer/football and want to give to an awesome organization, consider buying one-for-one or just buy one for them!
I just saw someone refer to a nap as “horizontal life pausing” and I am adopting this immediately.
one thing i love about college is that everyone is so exhausted that nobody judges anyone for sleeping anywhere like
just rest your eyes
we’re all in this together
you are safe here
it will be ok
And, my favorite, the humble music major.
this actually touched my heart, because it’s true across all college it seems. those naps are the most precious thing to us.
can’t tell you how many times ive run into a friend and they go “hey how’s it goin, i saw you sleeping in Coffman yesterday.” “oh hey, pretty well. yeah, was that you sleeping in Murphy on thursday? how are their couches?”
the fuck am i suppose to do with this
i have honestly never laughed so hard in my entire life
this needed to be done.
April 8, 1933: For those who have visited London and wondered how they know their double-decker buses won’t fall over, this is apparently how they find out. Per police regulation, employees of the London General Omnibus Company put their 60-person bus to a “tilt test,” putting it on a 28-degree angle. Photo: The New York Times
Here is the background from my Pizza Party mini, now available for tiling on your desktop