Have you seen this yet? It’s six minutes of grandmas smoking weed, snacking, playing board games and making sex jokes. I like the part where they need vocab lessons.
Because there aren’t enough pictures of cute things on the internet. These are from Twitter user @Kawanabesatou, who is Japanese – OBVIOUSLY – and who likes to create little scenes with hamsters serving food and beverages, then share them with us. It’s like that time the hedgehog had a birthday party and it all went to hell, only with sake.
Napoleon wasn’t short, ancient Romans didn’t eat until they puked in a vomitorium, and you can’t see the Great Wall of China from Space. I’m sorry. But you can’t.
Everybody everywhere needs to read this. If you’re one of those people that enjoy (One of those people that enjoy? One of those people that enjoys? I think it’s enjoy. But I always feel like I get this wrong) saying that people only use 10% of their brains, then you need to read it twice.
It’s an infographic listing the most popular mythconceptions, or the many things you probably thought were true but aren’t.
Thank you to David McCandless at Information is Beautiful, where you can see a larger version.
(I got this via Geekologie)
Here is a bed that looks like a pepperoni pizza. But what if you’re a vegetarian? Do they have a vegetarian option? Can I get one that’s half pepperoni and half meatless? And I like thin crust. Can you do thin crust? Extra cheese. Ooh! And can I have extra garlic? Thaaaaaaaanks.
(via the appropriately named Emotional Rainbow)