1. futuristech-info:





Powdered alcohol has been TTB approved - Sprinkle it in your food or drink for extra fun 





I am unable to judge how I feel about this.

    futuristech-info:

    I am unable to judge how I feel about this.

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  2. sweetpeche:

    reblog for easter

    (via boredanddissatisfied)

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  3. tastefullyoffensive:

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    tastefullyoffensive:

    [artjcf]

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  4. rollsoffthetongue:

TO SERVE MAN

What’s so funny about this? This joke is more about philosophy than wordplay. Here is a so-called “All-American” breakfast meaning a typical American breakfast that also happens to be pretty typical English and Northern European. Many people eat this stuff almost every day without thinking of it from the point of view of the contents of the breakfast. One of the things that religion does, is to make us a bit more aware of the connectedness of all life. If you say a prayer before a meal, it does make you stop and think how fortunate or blessed you are to have the food you are about  to eat. In Buddhism they acknowledge all living things, especially animals for the sacrifice they have made so that humans can eat. So, ham and eggs - where do they come from and what’s involved?  Well, eggs come from chickens, that much we know, though we don’t know which came first. As the joke tells us, it takes about a day for a chicken to lay an egg. We’re talking domesticated chickens here, born and raised on a farm for this purpose. The farmer goes out every day and collects that days’ worth of eggs. Now the chickens might be stuck in barn on a shelf for their entire lives, or they might be free range chickens who roam around the farm yard. But after it lays its egg, the chicken will go on living for another day as long as it continues to lay eggs. The pigs on the other hand, are a very different story. From their meat, we get pork, ham, and bacon. We get a whole bunch of stuff from their insides, as well as their skin. The big difference however is that we only get these products once from an individual pig. Pigs do not continue to daily produce pork, ham and bacon. They only get one shot at it and it costs them their lives. It’s not that chickens and pigs have much of a choice in their behavior. They have been bred and born specifically for these purposes, to provide food to humans. Let’s hope we’re not invaded someday by an alien species that wants to serve us. And THAT’s what’s so funny!

 

 

This joke was sent to me by Bob Wiener

Listen to my audioboo: https://audioboo.fm/boos/2088583-to-serve-man

    rollsoffthetongue:

    TO SERVE MAN

    What’s so funny about this? This joke is more about philosophy than wordplay. Here is a so-called “All-American” breakfast meaning a typical American breakfast that also happens to be pretty typical English and Northern European. Many people eat this stuff almost every day without thinking of it from the point of view of the contents of the breakfast. One of the things that religion does, is to make us a bit more aware of the connectedness of all life. If you say a prayer before a meal, it does make you stop and think how fortunate or blessed you are to have the food you are about  to eat. In Buddhism they acknowledge all living things, especially animals for the sacrifice they have made so that humans can eat. So, ham and eggs - where do they come from and what’s involved?  Well, eggs come from chickens, that much we know, though we don’t know which came first. As the joke tells us, it takes about a day for a chicken to lay an egg. We’re talking domesticated chickens here, born and raised on a farm for this purpose. The farmer goes out every day and collects that days’ worth of eggs. Now the chickens might be stuck in barn on a shelf for their entire lives, or they might be free range chickens who roam around the farm yard. But after it lays its egg, the chicken will go on living for another day as long as it continues to lay eggs. The pigs on the other hand, are a very different story. From their meat, we get pork, ham, and bacon. We get a whole bunch of stuff from their insides, as well as their skin. The big difference however is that we only get these products once from an individual pig. Pigs do not continue to daily produce pork, ham and bacon. They only get one shot at it and it costs them their lives. It’s not that chickens and pigs have much of a choice in their behavior. They have been bred and born specifically for these purposes, to provide food to humans. Let’s hope we’re not invaded someday by an alien species that wants to serve us. And THAT’s what’s so funny!

     

     

    This joke was sent to me by Bob Wiener

    Listen to my audioboo: https://audioboo.fm/boos/2088583-to-serve-man

    19 hours ago  /  35 notes  /  Source: rollsoffthetongue

  5. iraffiruse:

Nintendo Oui

    iraffiruse:

    Nintendo Oui

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  6. ralphthemouth:

lady—hulk:

It just keeps…… getting. …. better

    ralphthemouth:

    lady—hulk:

    It just keeps…… getting. …. better

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  7. mycatsparkles:

lurkerl0sercr33p

    mycatsparkles:

    lurkerl0sercr33p

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  8. collegehumor:

iguanamouth:


Is this relevant to your blog?

very

For only $1.50 you can take over an entire town.

    collegehumor:

    iguanamouth:

    Is this relevant to your blog?

    very

    For only $1.50 you can take over an entire town.

    (via lainebutt)

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  9. When I’m cleaning up projects and think I’ve accidentally deleted media

    renderplease:

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  10. behindbobsburgers:

Tina is a Punk Rocker. [full color version] (via ajmartinsson)

    behindbobsburgers:

    Tina is a Punk Rocker. [full color version] (via ajmartinsson)

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  11. terriblerealestateagentphotos:

Despite the best efforts of the authorities, occassionally an inmate will manage to list his cell on the open market.
Follow on Twitter @BadRealtyPhotos

    terriblerealestateagentphotos:

    Despite the best efforts of the authorities, occassionally an inmate will manage to list his cell on the open market.

    Follow on Twitter @BadRealtyPhotos

    4 days ago  /  787 notes  /  Source: terriblerealestateagentphotos

  12. tastefullyoffensive:

Decoding Your Restaurant Menu [medium]

    tastefullyoffensive:

    Decoding Your Restaurant Menu [medium]

    4 days ago  /  14,500 notes  /  Source: medium.com

  13. (via annetdonahue)

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  14. ilovecharts:

Which type of vague relationship are you in?

    ilovecharts:

    Which type of vague relationship are you in?

    4 days ago  /  339 notes  /  Source: medium.com

  15. jtotheizzoe:

boop.
This man.

    jtotheizzoe:

    boop.

    This man.

    4 days ago  /  64,334 notes  /  Source: jtotheizzoe