BroncoFan_17: Fake as hell, but still pretty funny.
MrHappyRotter: I mean, I don't eat my cereal with water, but I'm going to disagree with that centipede infested coont and say, there's nothing gross about pouring water on cereal rather than the more typical use of milk.
Virtual Pariah: Can anybody make out the word at the end of the airbrushed clothes line?The rest of it is cute funny.
MrHappyRotter: there's nothing gross about pouring water on cereal
Delay: On the other hand, let's discuss something about the article. How many images of Michael Phelps in a Speedo do you have stored on your computer? Let's compare? I will count mine. None. How many do you have?
Thurston Howell: /Yes, I have an onion in my belt.
AbiNormal: Put on something sexy, we're goin to Red Lobster![img.fark.net image 441x325]
spidermilk: Seriously this is so fake.I could write out 150 weird and annoying things about my SO, but I love him all the same. So if the annoying quirks aren't worth the person you're with, you know, being a good person- then you shouldn't be dating them in the first place.
MBK: Why the hell would you date someone like that in the first place?
FrancoFile: I think we've found the President of the International Taylor Swift Fan Club.
hundreddollarman: He sounds like a tea partier.
Dear Jerk: Water on cereal is the only one I found disturbing, although most of them are not my style. Also, fake. Even skim milk on cereal is awful.
spaten: hundreddollarman: He sounds like a tea partier.fark off.You don't get it, read Orwell, Huxley, Bastiat, Hayak or the Constitution...Sounds more like a metro-sexual urban liberal./Socialism is for the people, not the Socialists.
hundreddollarman: These items make him sound like mouth-breathing, Jesus-rode-on-a-dinosaur, AR-15 lovin' teatard to me.
TomD9938: hundreddollarman: These items make him sound like mouth-breathing, Jesus-rode-on-a-dinosaur, AR-15 lovin' teatard to me.He doesn't exist.
aerojockey: Ok, I'm totally with her on the "cousint" one. I tolerate grammar oddities well, and regional variations and such, but stuff like adding a t to cousin would drive me up a wall.
khrusos (gold) + lithos (stone)
Kittypie070: aerojockey: Ok, I'm totally with her on the "cousint" one. I tolerate grammar oddities well, and regional variations and such, but stuff like adding a t to cousin would drive me up a wall.[img.fark.net image 119x118]My ma calls this gemstone Perry-O-Dot.The primary correct pronounciation is Per-ih-Doe.The secondary correct pronounciation is Per-ih-Dot, after a town where it was first mined in the US. No blasted REE about it.Don't argue, I knew professional jewelers. They used the primary pronounciation consistently.Or else it's chrysolite, an old, seldom used term that is derived from Greek khrusos (gold) + lithos (stone), and a word which almost no one with even a quarter-teaspoon of partly-functional wits could mangle.I found that one accidentally while looking up the standard name for the stone./pedantic cat is pedantic and slightly angry
zorlack7: This is greenlit why?
The Tribune's Mr. Sly: Predator 2 was WAY better than the original.
Arthur Jumbles: some_beer_drinker: i hate to tell you, but he sounds kind of gay...Gay and in denial due to conservative Christian beliefs.
zabadu: She dots her i's with little circles.She really has poor taste in men, but she's probably 22 or 23
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