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(Russian Machine Never Breaks)   At least one meteor strike confirmed in Chelyabinsk, Russia. Conflicting reports suggest moderate damage, possible evacuations underway. (w/multiple dash cam video HolyFarkness) (now w/working link)   (russianmachineneverbreaks.com) divider line 773
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2013-02-15 04:42:49 AM  

GranoblasticMan: The Snow Dog: GranoblasticMan: The Snow Dog: This Face Left Blank: radarlove: GranoblasticMan: radarlove: Holy shiat, get a room already.  We're trying to have an apocalypse here.

YEAH, DUH! This is my last friggin chance!

If you're trying to get emergency poon on Fark, you might as well just become a rapist or a necrophile.  It would be a step up.

When you're not in a relationship, isn't ALL poon emergency poon?

[oi45.tinypic.com image 338x301]

This.

Except when it's Maggie, it's like a jackpot.

Without all the jacking >_>

Shazzam!

I was going to make some smartass reply, but I clicked on your profile, and your cats are adorable ^_^


Thanks. They are too cool for school, too. They think they're dogs or monkeys or something...
 
2013-02-15 04:45:31 AM  

GranoblasticMan: tinfoil-hat maggie: GranoblasticMan: tinfoil-hat maggie: GranoblasticMan: tinfoil-hat maggie: SJKebab: tinfoil-hat maggie: Confabulat: What's with the dual contrails?

It broke up?

That's just mean.  Where's the valentines day spirit?

Sorry, but I'm not into it being single might have something to do with it but I get broken up enough.

I'm only going to say this once (tonight at least, HAH!) but I would totally hit that... And beg for more.

Yes, you would and no you shouldn't ; )
/ I never trust anyone crazier than me and if they wanna be with me their crazier than me : )

Unfortunately for me, I live in Florida, and you apparently live in some sort of fantasyland where the cougars are sexier than my fantasies... So no worries there.

You're treading dangerous ground baby ; )

If I got eaten alive by a cougar like you, I'd die a happy man.

/ I like how our flirting is nice and public for all of Fark to see
// EIP?


I'll be expecting a thank you if you manage to pull that off.

/Aussie vernacular, get your mind out of the gutter
 
2013-02-15 04:45:53 AM  

Max Awesome: The contrail is really quite beautiful - you can see where at least two large chunks created their own swirling trails in the air - and then the blast hits.


Is it just me, or are portions of the contrail distinctly orange? Maybe it's just the sunrise, but it might also be evidence of the meteor's composition.
 
2013-02-15 04:46:16 AM  
9:36 GMT: There is a high chance that another meteorite could enter the Earth's atmosphere in the next few hours, Sergey Smirnov from Pulkovo Observatory told Vesti news channel.
 
2013-02-15 04:46:18 AM  

The Snow Dog: GranoblasticMan: The Snow Dog: GranoblasticMan: The Snow Dog: This Face Left Blank: radarlove: GranoblasticMan: radarlove: Holy shiat, get a room already.  We're trying to have an apocalypse here.

YEAH, DUH! This is my last friggin chance!

If you're trying to get emergency poon on Fark, you might as well just become a rapist or a necrophile.  It would be a step up.

When you're not in a relationship, isn't ALL poon emergency poon?

[oi45.tinypic.com image 338x301]

This.

Except when it's Maggie, it's like a jackpot.

Without all the jacking >_>

Shazzam!

I was going to make some smartass reply, but I clicked on your profile, and your cats are adorable ^_^

Thanks. They are too cool for school, too. They think they're dogs or monkeys or something...


LOL I definitely love the one on the bottom who's obviously saying something along the lines of, "EFFIN FEED ME, BIATCH!"
 
2013-02-15 04:47:25 AM  
 
2013-02-15 04:48:26 AM  

Triumph: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kvHl5Qcnzc

CCTV footage. With all the windows blown out, all those buildings gonna get cold fast.


That's interesting.  Given how strong the boom is, I would be interested in seeing if there would be any effect on the smoke plume in the background of the first segment.
 
2013-02-15 04:49:58 AM  

Smoking GNU: mr lawson: Matthew Keene: mr lawson: btw...i don't think I am insane (jury's out)...but.....i have be dealing with this shiat for waaaaaaaay too long.  Hell i maybe insane (Occam's razor and all)...but god damn it!

I have always had very vivid dreams. The ones that come true freak me out. The worry about this fireball dream is that usually when I veer into the psychic realm, it's really really bad. So barring the Russian authorities finding an orphanage with 3000 dead kids that's been struck by a fragment, I fear  this is not the end of it.

welcome to reality.

I have you farkied now as the oracle


I'm sorry this is all just way too fantastic for anyone reasonable to believe.

Next you'll tell me how you almost drown as a kid and saw definitive proof of an afterlife. And that you always know when bad things happen to your relatives because you have spidey-sense.

I had a friend like you in high school. The only thing he didn't have a story for was his endless hunger for attention.
 
2013-02-15 04:50:08 AM  

Smoking GNU: mr lawson: Matthew Keene: mr lawson: btw...i don't think I am insane (jury's out)...but.....i have be dealing with this shiat for waaaaaaaay too long.  Hell i maybe insane (Occam's razor and all)...but god damn it!

I have always had very vivid dreams. The ones that come true freak me out. The worry about this fireball dream is that usually when I veer into the psychic realm, it's really really bad. So barring the Russian authorities finding an orphanage with 3000 dead kids that's been struck by a fragment, I fear  this is not the end of it.

welcome to reality.

I have you farkied now as the oracle


I truly hope that this is it, but I'm not going to bet the ranch on it. In my dream i pointed up and told a friend to look up at the two fireballs showing through the clouds, followed by others, and there were large fires burning from impacts in Cincinnati, where I live. My 9/11 dream took place in Cincinnati, so don't read any location into it. Bet you didn't know the Twin Towers were in Cincinnati. Government hides a lot from us, lol. I dreamed Kennedy died in Columbus, Georgia, where I was living at the time.
 
2013-02-15 04:52:29 AM  

MurphyMurphy: Smoking GNU: mr lawson: Matthew Keene: mr lawson: btw...i don't think I am insane (jury's out)...but.....i have be dealing with this shiat for waaaaaaaay too long.  Hell i maybe insane (Occam's razor and all)...but god damn it!

I have always had very vivid dreams. The ones that come true freak me out. The worry about this fireball dream is that usually when I veer into the psychic realm, it's really really bad. So barring the Russian authorities finding an orphanage with 3000 dead kids that's been struck by a fragment, I fear  this is not the end of it.

welcome to reality.

I have you farkied now as the oracle

I'm sorry this is all just way too fantastic for anyone reasonable to believe.

Next you'll tell me how you almost drown as a kid and saw definitive proof of an afterlife. And that you always know when bad things happen to your relatives because you have spidey-sense.

I had a friend like you in high school. The only thing he didn't have a story for was his endless hunger for attention.


You had a friend in school that farkied people as "the Oracle"?
 
2013-02-15 04:53:21 AM  

LaughingRadish: Too bad it didn't fall somewhere useful... like Mecca.


One already did numbnuts.

If your going to be an efficient bigot, at least educate yourself on the subject.
 
2013-02-15 04:54:35 AM  
Stretch_8Sonic boom goodness here:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Np_mpGYSBSA" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded& v=Np_mpGYSBSA#!

That was NOT a sonic boom that was the air blast from the impact!!!  It was much to loud and to long after the object passed for the sonic boom.  I saw a smaller meteorite several years ago and the boom came within a couple of seconds after it passed and sounded like an extra load shotgun.  The one in the video shakes the ground enough to set of car alarms,
 
2013-02-15 04:54:47 AM  
i42.photobucket.com
 
2013-02-15 04:54:54 AM  

MurphyMurphy: Smoking GNU: mr lawson: Matthew Keene: mr lawson: btw...i don't think I am insane (jury's out)...but.....i have be dealing with this shiat for waaaaaaaay too long.  Hell i maybe insane (Occam's razor and all)...but god damn it!

I have always had very vivid dreams. The ones that come true freak me out. The worry about this fireball dream is that usually when I veer into the psychic realm, it's really really bad. So barring the Russian authorities finding an orphanage with 3000 dead kids that's been struck by a fragment, I fear  this is not the end of it.

welcome to reality.

I have you farkied now as the oracle

I'm sorry this is all just way too fantastic for anyone reasonable to believe.

Next you'll tell me how you almost drown as a kid and saw definitive proof of an afterlife. And that you always know when bad things happen to your relatives because you have spidey-sense.

I had a friend like you in high school. The only thing he didn't have a story for was his endless hunger for attention.


All because he added a silly Farkie to some guy who claims to have borderline precognition?

Wow, you're harsh.  I'd label you as such in my preferences, but I don't want to be as big of a dipshiat as some jackoff you knew in high school.

/check who you're replying to before you click "Add Comment", you stupid cynical cocksucker
 
2013-02-15 04:54:58 AM  

Ranger677: That's interesting. Given how strong the boom is, I would be interested in seeing if there would be any effect on the smoke plume in the background of the first segment.


That's where the sonic boom started so any effects (if any) aren't going to be filmed after the fact.
 
2013-02-15 04:57:15 AM  

SJKebab: GranoblasticMan: tinfoil-hat maggie: GranoblasticMan: tinfoil-hat maggie: GranoblasticMan: tinfoil-hat maggie: SJKebab: tinfoil-hat maggie: Confabulat: What's with the dual contrails?

It broke up?

That's just mean.  Where's the valentines day spirit?

Sorry, but I'm not into it being single might have something to do with it but I get broken up enough.

I'm only going to say this once (tonight at least, HAH!) but I would totally hit that... And beg for more.

Yes, you would and no you shouldn't ; )
/ I never trust anyone crazier than me and if they wanna be with me their crazier than me : )

Unfortunately for me, I live in Florida, and you apparently live in some sort of fantasyland where the cougars are sexier than my fantasies... So no worries there.

You're treading dangerous ground baby ; )

If I got eaten alive by a cougar like you, I'd die a happy man.

/ I like how our flirting is nice and public for all of Fark to see
// EIP?

I'll be expecting a thank you if you manage to pull that off.

/Aussie vernacular, get your mind out of the gutter


rofl, yeah not gonna happen in a million years.

Thanks for your confidence, though =P
 
2013-02-15 04:59:05 AM  
Astronomer checking into this tread- holy fark indeed.  Though this isn't actually that unusual, flashes of this magnitude are recorded by satellites every few years, just that it happened in a populated area.

That said, I'm on overtime now to combat the derp and conspiracy nuts.  If anyone has questions I'm happy to field them.
 
2013-02-15 04:59:28 AM  
So, is it safe to go to bed now, or are we all going to die in our sleep?
 
2013-02-15 05:00:11 AM  

GranoblasticMan: rofl, yeah not gonna happen in a million years.

Thanks for your confidence, though =P


Hey man, there's always next Valentine's Day.  Or prostitutes.  I know you'll get your dick wet somehow, and probably regret it later.  Good luck!
 
2013-02-15 05:00:24 AM  

ShawnDoc: All you people posting Superman photos are using the wrong ones....
[upload.wikimedia.org image 250x375]


Came here for that. That was a great comic series.
 
2013-02-15 05:00:46 AM  
The more I look at it, the more I think "Viral marketing campaign."
 
2013-02-15 05:01:08 AM  

mr lawson: To quote "The Avengers"...The  world has gotten even  stranger than you already know


To quote the Global Frequencypilot ... If you even knew just how many ultra-secret nightmares the government was covering up, you would never sleep again - just curl up under your bed, weeping and waiting for the inevitable hellish apocalypse.

PreMortem: dbirchall: PreMortem: Fun fact from the Wiki:

Chelyabinsk
The city has been reported as being one of the most polluted places on Earth, having previously been a center of production of weapons-grade plutonium.

Zinc factory indeed.

Further fun fact: If you've been internally contaminated with Plutonium for more than 24 hours, the preferred treatment is zinc salts of diethylentriamene pentaacetate.

A zinc factory might be quite handy around there.

That's not a fun fact, that's a "why do you know that" fact.


I googled zinc and plutonium because I couldn't think of any connection off the top of my head - the annual radiological refresher training I'm retired to take by the .gov nuke lab I work for doesn't get into that kind of detail. ;)  Anyway...

i957.photobucket.com

*File photo does not depict actual Chelyabinsk meteor.
 
2013-02-15 05:02:08 AM  

Andromeda: Astronomer checking into this tread- holy fark indeed.  Though this isn't actually that unusual, flashes of this magnitude are recorded by satellites every few years, just that it happened in a populated area.

That said, I'm on overtime now to combat the derp and conspiracy nuts.  If anyone has questions I'm happy to field them.


Yeah, I have a question- how long does it take for our ion cannon to recharge and fire another volley?  Because we missed Moscow this time.

/Gotta dial that shiat in
 
2013-02-15 05:02:45 AM  

Max Awesome: So, is it safe to go to bed now, or are we all going to die in our sleep?


One would hope so... I mean unless you want to die in a fiery car crash or something.
 
2013-02-15 05:03:07 AM  
p.twimg.com
 
2013-02-15 05:03:23 AM  

Triumph: 9:36 GMT: There is a high chance that another meteorite could enter the Earth's atmosphere in the next few hours, Sergey Smirnov from Pulkovo Observatory told Vesti news channel.


I'd argue it's about a 100% chance, as meteorites enter the Earth's atmosphere all damn day.
 
2013-02-15 05:04:11 AM  

Triumph: http://themoscownews.com/russia/20130215/191238274/Zhirinovsky-no-met e orites-its-new-US-weapons-test.html

Zhirinovsky: no meteorites, it's new US weapons test
 The leader of Russia's Liberal Democratic Party and vice speaker of the State Duma Vladimir Zhirinovsky accused on Friday the United States of testing new weapons over Russia immediately after reports of a meteorite explosion appeared..."(US State Secretary) John Kerry tried warning (Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov) on Monday, but failed," Zhirinovsky said, obviously referring to reports that Lavrov on a visit to Africa had failed to answer Kerry's repeated phone calls.


Is that the same guy who was photographed (and maybe filmed) throwing potted plants from a balcony to a jeering crowd?
 
2013-02-15 05:06:11 AM  

Confabulat: What's with the dual contrails?


Obviously one contrail from the meteor and the other contrail from Obama's time machine as he leans over with potholders and guides the meteor toward the town in Russia that archives his Kenyan birth certificate.
 
2013-02-15 05:06:16 AM  

Smoking GNU: You had a friend in school that farkied people as "the Oracle"?


Yeah, it was 1994 and fark hadn't been invented yet

but he could see into the future on a regular basis, so it wasn't really a big deal for him.

/lol sorry, should have made it more clear who was getting responded to
 
2013-02-15 05:07:10 AM  

Confabulat: Triumph: 9:36 GMT: There is a high chance that another meteorite could enter the Earth's atmosphere in the next few hours, Sergey Smirnov from Pulkovo Observatory told Vesti news channel.

I'd argue it's about a 100% chance, as meteorites enter the Earth's atmosphere all damn day.


Somehow I don't think he was talking about benign space dust burning up in atmo.  Maybe I'm just silly, or maybe it's because his country just got hit by a big farkin' meteor, and that makes the most sense contextually.
 
2013-02-15 05:08:10 AM  

radarlove: Andromeda: Astronomer checking into this tread- holy fark indeed.  Though this isn't actually that unusual, flashes of this magnitude are recorded by satellites every few years, just that it happened in a populated area.

That said, I'm on overtime now to combat the derp and conspiracy nuts.  If anyone has questions I'm happy to field them.

Yeah, I have a question- how long does it take for our ion cannon to recharge and fire another volley?  Because we missed Moscow this time.

/Gotta dial that shiat in


Mass driver.  They make a big boom, but aren't very accurate, as the ammo is oddly shaped and inconsistent.
 
2013-02-15 05:08:37 AM  

TopoGigo: jchuffyman: rwa2: Notabunny: Stretch_8: Sonic boom goodness here:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Np_mpGYSBSA#!

So that's what "Holy shiat!" sounds like in Russian

My wife says it translates more into "fark!"

She doesn't know what "blatt" translates to... she just knows that it's bad.

Yebat is fark, but its the verb. Blyat is also kind of like fark!!!!, but its more the exclamation/intensifier use of it.

So, it's "Holy farking fark!" then?


Yeah, essentially. Russian swearing is pretty much like English swearing. You can just throw the words together in pretty much any combination
 
2013-02-15 05:13:42 AM  

Andromeda: Astronomer checking into this tread- holy fark indeed.  Though this isn't actually that unusual, flashes of this magnitude are recorded by satellites every few years, just that it happened in a populated area.

That said, I'm on overtime now to combat the derp and conspiracy nuts.  If anyone has questions I'm happy to field them.


9:36 GMT: There is a high chance that another meteorite could enter the Earth's atmosphere in the next few hours, Sergey Smirnov from Pulkovo Observatory told Vesti news channel.

Do meteors break up outside our atmosphere, like by the sun? I wouldn't think so.

And if they do, do larger pieces arrive first then the smaller ones, vice-versa, or is there no usual pattern?
 
2013-02-15 05:13:54 AM  

Stretch_8: Sonic boom goodness here:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Np_mpGYSBSA#!


Боже мой!

/doesn't really speak Russian, but can fake it
 
2013-02-15 05:17:06 AM  

Twitch Boy: Does this mean gas is gonna go back up to $4 a gallon?


Already there in the Chicago area. I think it's because Carcillo is practicing with the Hawks again.

/real reason: because fark you, that's why
 
2013-02-15 05:17:08 AM  

Max Awesome: The contrail is really quite beautiful - you can see where at least two large chunks created their own swirling trailsin the air - and then the blast hits


A lot of posters have been saying/speculating this..but I'm gunna go out on a limb as say the meteor came down intact.

If you look carefully at that video, you can clearly see the contrail(s) has a double-spiral structure to it..much like you might expect a very irregular, rapidly spinning object to make as a contrail forms off each extended end..akin to each engine of a large jet producing its own contrail before expansion and time merge them all into one..

/would also account for the multiple booms..
 
2013-02-15 05:19:39 AM  
I am going to wager a guess that this cld be a piece of the same body that produced Sikhote-Alin. It crashed in Russia Feb 12 47. I can imagine that maybe our orbits crossed again.
 
2013-02-15 05:19:55 AM  
I love the low-key Russian reactions in the videos. Kind of like, "Da, big meteorite explosion. Probably killed people. But what else is new? I'm cold and depressed..."
 
2013-02-15 05:20:01 AM  
OBAMAAAAA!!!(thunder in background)
 
2013-02-15 05:20:39 AM  
Holy shiat Soviet Russia!
/last driver was a farking maniac.
 
2013-02-15 05:22:01 AM  

CAT-LIKE TYPING DETECTED: Max Awesome: The contrail is really quite beautiful - you can see where at least two large chunks created their own swirling trailsin the air - and then the blast hits

A lot of posters have been saying/speculating this..but I'm gunna go out on a limb as say the meteor came down intact.

If you look carefully at that video, you can clearly see the contrail(s) has a double-spiral structure to it..much like you might expect a very irregular, rapidly spinning object to make as a contrail forms off each extended end..akin to each engine of a large jet producing its own contrail before expansion and time merge them all into one..

/would also account for the multiple booms..


Ah, cool, thanks. That makes sense.
 
2013-02-15 05:22:37 AM  

PreMortem: Andromeda: Astronomer checking into this tread- holy fark indeed.  Though this isn't actually that unusual, flashes of this magnitude are recorded by satellites every few years, just that it happened in a populated area.

That said, I'm on overtime now to combat the derp and conspiracy nuts.  If anyone has questions I'm happy to field them.

9:36 GMT: There is a high chance that another meteorite could enter the Earth's atmosphere in the next few hours, Sergey Smirnov from Pulkovo Observatory told Vesti news channel.

Do meteors break up outside our atmosphere, like by the sun? I wouldn't think so.

And if they do, do larger pieces arrive first then the smaller ones, vice-versa, or is there no usual pattern?


I suppose that the gravity and heat might break up a loosely held together object (like a comet) as the tidal and centrifugal forces effect it and radically change the trajectory. See the Shoemaker-Levy comet strike on Jupiter to see how it might happen. The pieces would be in more or less a straight line but their size distribution appears to be random.
 
2013-02-15 05:23:57 AM  

LaughingRadish: Too bad it didn't fall somewhere useful... like Mecca.


Ha! Because muslims!
 
2013-02-15 05:24:13 AM  

Andromeda: That said, I'm on overtime now to combat the derp and conspiracy nuts. If anyone has questions I'm happy to field them.


I still don't understand how the sonic boom is delayed by minutes. It seems like it should only take maybe one or two seconds.
 
2013-02-15 05:24:29 AM  

PreMortem: LaughingRadish: Too bad it didn't fall somewhere useful... like Mecca.

One already did numbnuts.

If your going to be an efficient bigot, at least educate yourself on the subject.


Yes, I'm quite aware of what the black stone is.  I make a point of researching the things I criticize and lampoon.  Imagine the tizzy that would be stirred up if the fundies realize that Allah, in their minds, turned the Kaaba into a smoking hole in the ground.  You missed my point entirely.
 
2013-02-15 05:25:42 AM  

REO-Weedwagon: Andromeda: That said, I'm on overtime now to combat the derp and conspiracy nuts. If anyone has questions I'm happy to field them.

I still don't understand how the sonic boom is delayed by minutes. It seems like it should only take maybe one or two seconds.


Question: what is the speed of sound?
 
2013-02-15 05:27:50 AM  

Andromeda: Astronomer checking into this tread- holy fark indeed.  Though this isn't actually that unusual, flashes of this magnitude are recorded by satellites every few years, just that it happened in a populated area.

That said, I'm on overtime now to combat the derp and conspiracy nuts.  If anyone has questions I'm happy to field them.


What caused shattering windows? The sonic boom or the impact? How large was the meteor (or is that meteorite now)?
/first astronomer I've ever conversed with....
 
2013-02-15 05:30:56 AM  

REO-Weedwagon: I still don't understand how the sonic boom is delayed by minutes. It seems like it should only take maybe one or two seconds.


it takes roughly 6 seconds for sound to travel 1 mile at sea level. That meteor wasn't a quarter of a mile away. Even if you were directly below it it would take a couple of minutes for the sonic boom to reach you. Most of the videos are at an oblique angle which would only increase the time that it took to reach someone. That angle might also cause more damage to windows as it hits it them more face on.
 
2013-02-15 05:31:35 AM  

LaughingRadish: PreMortem: LaughingRadish: Too bad it didn't fall somewhere useful... like Mecca.

One already did numbnuts.

If your going to be an efficient bigot, at least educate yourself on the subject.

Yes, I'm quite aware of what the black stone is.  I make a point of researching the things I criticize and lampoon.  Imagine the tizzy that would be stirred up if the fundies realize that Allah, in their minds, turned the Kaaba into a smoking hole in the ground.  You missed my point entirely.


Your point? What point... That you are such a dickish toolbag that you immediately hold a mental masturbatory fantasy about meteorites hitting Muslims when reading an article about meteorite impacts.

Learn to get over it. And then kill yourself, and any kids or pets that might be tainted with your DNA, or worse, your presence and teaching.
 
2013-02-15 05:33:26 AM  

GranoblasticMan: The Snow Dog: GranoblasticMan: The Snow Dog: GranoblasticMan: The Snow Dog: This Face Left Blank: radarlove: GranoblasticMan: radarlove: Holy shiat, get a room already.  We're trying to have an apocalypse here.

YEAH, DUH! This is my last friggin chance!

If you're trying to get emergency poon on Fark, you might as well just become a rapist or a necrophile.  It would be a step up.

When you're not in a relationship, isn't ALL poon emergency poon?

[oi45.tinypic.com image 338x301]

This.

Except when it's Maggie, it's like a jackpot.

Without all the jacking >_>

Shazzam!

I was going to make some smartass reply, but I clicked on your profile, and your cats are adorable ^_^

Thanks. They are too cool for school, too. They think they're dogs or monkeys or something...

LOL I definitely love the one on the bottom who's obviously saying something along the lines of, "EFFIN FEED ME, BIATCH!"


Yeah, that's Stormcrow. He definitely lives up to the name. He's the chatty catty. I am sure he was saying FEED ME, at that point in space-time, but all you have to do to get him started is look at him and say: What? Hint: If you don't want that cat up in your sh*t, don't say "What?" or look at him the wrong (right?) way. If you do he'll be all figure-eighty, revved up and talking.
 
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