When I was a little boy, just learning to talk and still figuring out the intricacies of the English language, I would caution others to “be carefully”. Little kids say the funniest things, and they say these things with the sincerity and urgency of those whose possess an extremely limited…
How People on the East Coast Prepare for a Blizzard
accurate beyond belief
I CAN’T STOP LAUGHING OH MY GOD
CANNED FOOD AND WATER OH GOD
I WORK IN A GROCERY STORE AND I HAVE TO DEAL WITH PANICKED NEW JERSEYIANS WHENEVER THERE’S AN UNPLEASANT FORECAST. xD
It’s like when people here “inclement weather”, bread and milk are the first things to pop into their head even though those are the worst things you can have on hand in that situation and most of them never buy bread and milk on a normal day anyway
As somebody hailing from the west coast, this is incredibly amusing to me.
what the hell people, we’ve got food at home. there is food in the pantry there is food in the basement. gnaw your own leg off.
FUCK MY DAD SHOWED ME THIS A WHILE AGO OMFG
the ceo of abercrombie and fitch has a lot of nerve saying that ugly people shouldn’t wear his clothes when he looks like a caucasian orc from the lord of the rings
It’s called The Periodic Table of Middle-Earth and it was put together by Emil Johansson — a devoted Tolkien fan and an aspiring chemical engineer. Which this awesome chart makes blazingly obvious.
As you can see, Johansson has replaced the standard chemical elements with characters from Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit.
Each character is organized according to race (including Gothmog, who belongs to no known race) and is given a unique symbol and number. Johansson has even added birth and death dates — and a special symbol to denote wearers of the ring.