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wasarahbi:

ALL NINE!! In one convenient post. 

(Individual links are all here: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9)

forlackofabettercomic:

This comic is dedicated to EVERYONE who’s ever had to teach a parent how to use technology over the phone and lived to tell the tale.

forlackofabettercomic:

This comic is dedicated to EVERYONE who’s ever had to teach a parent how to use technology over the phone and lived to tell the tale.

fishingboatproceeds:

I am pissed off because Laci Green, one of the most promising young content creators on YouTube, has been forced off the Internet by death threats—apparently driven by her casual use of the word “tranny” in a video she made more than three years ago. (She apologized and even took down the…

imwithkanye:

All three of Tom Cruise’s wives were 33 at time of divorce. According to MSNBC:

Cruise’s first wife was Mimi Rogers (born in 56), who was 31 when she wed 25-year-old Cruise in May 1987 and 33 when they broke up in 1990.Cruise then married Nicole Kidman (born in 67), 23, in December of 1990, and then separated in 2001, when Kidman was 33.Katie Holmes (born in 78), 28, and Cruise wed in 2006, seven months after daughter Suri was born. And when word came Friday that Holmes had filed for divorce, those with a sense of Cruise history noted that Holmes was also 33.

imwithkanye:

All three of Tom Cruise’s wives were 33 at time of divorce. According to MSNBC:

Cruise’s first wife was Mimi Rogers (born in 56), who was 31 when she wed 25-year-old Cruise in May 1987 and 33 when they broke up in 1990.

Cruise then married Nicole Kidman (born in 67), 23, in December of 1990, and then separated in 2001, when Kidman was 33.

Katie Holmes (born in 78), 28, and Cruise wed in 2006, seven months after daughter Suri was born. And when word came Friday that Holmes had filed for divorce, those with a sense of Cruise history noted that Holmes was also 33.

My life is really evil. There are people starving in the world, and I drive an Infiniti.That’s really evil. There are people who just starve to death, and that’s all they ever did. There are some people who are just born and they go, “Oh, I’m hungry” and then they die. And that’s all they ever got to do. Meanwhile, I’m in my car, having a great time and sleep like a baby.

It’s totally my fault! Cuz I could trade my Infiniti for a really nice car, like a nice Ford Focus with no miles on it, and I’d get back like $20,000 and I could save hundreds of people from dying of starvation with that money. And every day, I don’t do it. Every day, I make them die with my car.

Louie CK sums me up in 200 words or less (via queen-of-everything)

thedisneyprincess:

Seems legit.