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ZAZ [TotalFark]
2014-08-19 04:54:50 PM  
Interesting plot. Taylor Swift and Jack Daniels do not mix. Metallica and Heineken do.
 
2014-08-19 07:37:06 PM  
Congratulations on your 500 pages of seizure-inducing Doctor Who gifs.
 
2014-08-19 07:52:27 PM  
Trigger!
 
2014-08-19 08:06:58 PM  
I don't post on Tumblr. I just use it for porn. Not many logos in those pictures.
 
2014-08-19 08:10:12 PM  
Shouldn't be too hard to input false data to throw off the results in a hilarious way. The real question is, what shall we use?

///If /b does this, god help us all.
 
2014-08-19 08:10:53 PM  

nikku88: I don't post on Tumblr. I just use it for porn. Not many logos in those pictures.


What about the Playboy Bunny tattoos?
 
2014-08-19 08:24:15 PM  
Time to start manually replacing anything that can be construed as a logo with dickbutt instead...
 
2014-08-19 08:48:58 PM  

The My Little Pony Killer: Time to start manually replacing anything that can be construed as a logo with dickbutt instead...


Go on...
 
2014-08-19 09:17:10 PM  
People use Tumblr for things other than porn?
 
2014-08-19 09:21:42 PM  

Surool: Congratulations on your 500 pages of seizure-inducing Doctor Who gifs.


AHAHAHAHA

Caffienatedjedi: People use Tumblr for things other than porn?


there are some photography and industrial design blogs i follow on there
 
2014-08-19 09:59:45 PM  
Nipples.
 
2014-08-19 10:45:33 PM  
In the early days of the internet a big cosmetics company ripped off a logo image I'd made for my own page. This was back far enough where, with so few websites around, their web design company could randomly stumble onto someone's personal page and steal his stuff. And I could randomly stumble onto the page for a cosmetics company looking at their page design.

I thought about bothering them to take it down or pay me but I figured they would just take it down and refuse to pay. So I didn't bother.
 
2014-08-19 10:50:39 PM  

Caffienatedjedi: People use Tumblr for things other than porn?


I just found out that there was porn on tumblr.
I feel like such a failure.
 
2014-08-19 10:54:19 PM  

BalugaJoe: Nipples.


Is that the filter?
 
2014-08-19 10:55:37 PM  

Elmo Jones: Caffienatedjedi: People use Tumblr for things other than porn?

I just found out that there was porn on tumblr.
I feel like such a failure.




You know how I found out about the porn on tumblr....from my wife.

I'm either pathetic for not knowing it before her....or lucky.
 
2014-08-19 11:01:36 PM  

MaxSupernova: Elmo Jones: Caffienatedjedi: People use Tumblr for things other than porn?

I just found out that there was porn on tumblr.
I feel like such a failure.

You know how I found out about the porn on tumblr....from my wife.

I'm either pathetic for not knowing it before her....or lucky.


I didn't know there were non-porno tumblr sites until a schoolteacher friend mentioned her students "had tumblr blogs" and I nearly choked on a croissant.  Not sure if she ever figured out why I had that reaction.

Max - you're lucky.  I wish my lady was comfortable with porn, alas :(
 
2014-08-19 11:13:53 PM  

MaxSupernova: You know how I found out about the porn on tumblr....from my wife.

I'm either pathetic for not knowing it before her....or lucky.


You should do that thing that she likes.
A lot.
 
2014-08-19 11:18:23 PM  

Elmo Jones: MaxSupernova: You know how I found out about the porn on tumblr....from my wife.

I'm either pathetic for not knowing it before her....or lucky.

You should do that thing that she likes.
A lot.


DP?
 
2014-08-19 11:30:03 PM  
38.media.tumblr.com
 
2014-08-19 11:38:50 PM  

gozar_the_destroyer: nikku88: I don't post on Tumblr. I just use it for porn. Not many logos in those pictures.

What about the Playboy Bunny tattoos?


Property of Satan's Slaves?
What brand does that pair with?
 
2014-08-19 11:47:59 PM  
First tumblr i found was girl/camera/mirror or something like that.  Good times had by all.  Somebody bought it and then it went down hill.  Later i found photography and tattoo tumblrs.  Good stuff.
 
2014-08-20 12:28:13 AM  
As a policy, I do not wear or display brand names on my clothing. I am of the mind that if I'm going to become a walking billboard for Coke, Nike, GAP, "hometown sports team", Old Navy, Budweiser, or any other company, then they should be PAYING ME to do so. I should get at least as much as a full page ad in People Magazine each time I wear something that blatantly advertises a product or service. I'm a mobile, interactive advertising space. My "ad space" shouldn't be free... And I think people who do wear brands on their hat, shirt, etc. are suckers for not only doing it for free, but PAYING FOR THE STUPID CLOTHES. All my t-shirts are blank. I will not be defined by someone else's creations, slogans, jokes, or logos. I've worn the occasional band t-shirt (when I was a teenager) but I wouldn't do so now.

So when a company does this "scan your photos for logos" crap, it doesn't affect me in the least. My shirts are blank. I don't wear ballcaps/trucker hats, either. The only place I might ignore a brand name is on my jeans, but it's usually covered by a belt so I don't bother ripping off the tag.

I even remove the logos from the back of my cars when I buy them. Unless the auto dealership wants to give me a huge discount for advertising their business on the back of my vehicle, I'm scraping off their name and logo first thing, and yes, I will be ripping off the dealership's customized license plate frame, too.

/Most bumper stickers are a good way to say "Hey people who believe differently than I do! Please road rage against me, and fark with my car when it's parked."
//They're also a good way to say, "Please pull me over and give me shiat, officer who doesn't like the same stuff I do."
 
2014-08-20 12:39:17 AM  

nikku88: I don't post on Tumblr. I just use it for porn. Not many logos in those pictures.


Pretty much this, except maybe a lot of Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister and HMV, or are they no longer a thing?  I haven't been keeping up.
 
2014-08-20 01:41:48 AM  

Ed Grubermann: Trigger!


If you don't respect the fact that I was Optimus Prime in a previous life, then you're an MRA misogynist! And probably cisscum as well!

/Yes, I do have a tumblr.
//Some of it makes the "straw feminists" who say "straw feminists don't exist" look sane.
 
2014-08-20 01:50:46 AM  

IlGreven: Ed Grubermann: Trigger!

If you don't respect the fact that I was Optimus Prime in a previous life, then you're an MRA misogynist! And probably cisscum as well!


Don't you oppress me and my fellow burritokin!
 
2014-08-20 02:03:51 AM  

WilderKWight: As a policy, I do not wear or display brand names on my clothing. I am of the mind that if I'm going to become a walking billboard for Coke, Nike, GAP, "hometown sports team", Old Navy, Budweiser, or any other company, then they should be PAYING ME to do so. I should get at least as much as a full page ad in People Magazine each time I wear something that blatantly advertises a product or service. I'm a mobile, interactive advertising space. My "ad space" shouldn't be free... And I think people who do wear brands on their hat, shirt, etc. are suckers for not only doing it for free, but PAYING FOR THE STUPID CLOTHES. All my t-shirts are blank. I will not be defined by someone else's creations, slogans, jokes, or logos. I've worn the occasional band t-shirt (when I was a teenager) but I wouldn't do so now.

So when a company does this "scan your photos for logos" crap, it doesn't affect me in the least. My shirts are blank. I don't wear ballcaps/trucker hats, either. The only place I might ignore a brand name is on my jeans, but it's usually covered by a belt so I don't bother ripping off the tag.

I even remove the logos from the back of my cars when I buy them. Unless the auto dealership wants to give me a huge discount for advertising their business on the back of my vehicle, I'm scraping off their name and logo first thing, and yes, I will be ripping off the dealership's customized license plate frame, too.

/Most bumper stickers are a good way to say "Hey people who believe differently than I do! Please road rage against me, and fark with my car when it's parked."
//They're also a good way to say, "Please pull me over and give me shiat, officer who doesn't like the same stuff I do."


that's a whole lot of words you took to say something as simple as 'I don't care' hope you feel better about yourself
 
2014-08-20 02:37:54 AM  
I'm okay with this.  It's a good site and they have to pay the bills.  It's pretty much the least offensive kind of data they could possibly sell.

Also a bit harder to link it to a "real person" because tumblr doesn't require any personal details at all to sign up.  You don't even have to think up a real-sounding false name or fake location.

You can, theoretically, use Facebook to log in to tumblr.  This fact is a source of much mocking laughter on the part of tumblr users, many of whom are on tumblr specifically so people who know them IRL can't see what they're doing.  "My parents found my tumblr and now I'm banned from the internet" is a pretty common refrain.


Elmo Jones: I just found out that there was porn on tumblr.
I feel like such a failure.


Obviously you don't follow any teenage girls.  Thanks to teenage girls on tumblr I can identify individual gay porn stars by tattoo.
 
2014-08-20 04:26:32 AM  

if_i_really_have_to: Obviously you don't follow any teenage girls. Thanks to teenage girls on tumblr I can identify individual gay porn stars by tattoo.


cf.mp-cdn.net
 
2014-08-20 06:56:47 AM  

if_i_really_have_to: Obviously you don't follow any teenage girls.  Thanks to teenage girls on tumblr I can identify individual gay porn stars by tattoo.


I'm blissfully unaware of your age, gender or orientation and still think these two sentences are rolling probable cause that should haunt you forever.

Like, if you skimped on tip on a split check, my mind would go back to this phrase.

If you missed the trashcan with a plastic bag and the wind blew it away and you paused and watched it drift off and shrugged and kept walking, I'd think on this as the fundamental reason why.

When I meet your parents and shake their hands, I'll roll the words on my tongue, knowing that somehow their upbringing led you down this path, or at least failed to keep you off it.
 
2014-08-20 08:04:43 AM  

The My Little Pony Killer: Time to start manually replacing anything that can be construed as a logo with dickbutt instead...


I like the cut of your jib.
 
2014-08-20 08:10:30 AM  
Note to self, must draw corporate logos on my junk before posting any more pics of it to tumbler.
 
2014-08-20 09:20:53 AM  
Sales will skyrocket with all that advertising.

encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com
 
2014-08-20 09:52:37 AM  

chitownmike: WilderKWight: As a policy, I do not wear or display brand names on my clothing. I am of the mind that if I'm going to become a walking billboard for Coke, Nike, GAP, "hometown sports team", Old Navy, Budweiser, or any other company, then they should be PAYING ME to do so. I should get at least as much as a full page ad in People Magazine each time I wear something that blatantly advertises a product or service. I'm a mobile, interactive advertising space. My "ad space" shouldn't be free... And I think people who do wear brands on their hat, shirt, etc. are suckers for not only doing it for free, but PAYING FOR THE STUPID CLOTHES. All my t-shirts are blank. I will not be defined by someone else's creations, slogans, jokes, or logos. I've worn the occasional band t-shirt (when I was a teenager) but I wouldn't do so now.

So when a company does this "scan your photos for logos" crap, it doesn't affect me in the least. My shirts are blank. I don't wear ballcaps/trucker hats, either. The only place I might ignore a brand name is on my jeans, but it's usually covered by a belt so I don't bother ripping off the tag.

I even remove the logos from the back of my cars when I buy them. Unless the auto dealership wants to give me a huge discount for advertising their business on the back of my vehicle, I'm scraping off their name and logo first thing, and yes, I will be ripping off the dealership's customized license plate frame, too.

/Most bumper stickers are a good way to say "Hey people who believe differently than I do! Please road rage against me, and fark with my car when it's parked."
//They're also a good way to say, "Please pull me over and give me shiat, officer who doesn't like the same stuff I do."

that's a whole lot of words you took to say something as simple as 'I don't care' hope you feel better about yourself


He believes in nothing. He also doesn't own a tv.
 
2014-08-20 10:23:29 AM  

WilderKWight: As a policy, I do not wear or display brand names on my clothing. I am of the mind that if I'm going to become a walking billboard for Coke, Nike, GAP, "hometown sports team", Old Navy, Budweiser, or any other company, then they should be PAYING ME to do so. I should get at least as much as a full page ad in People Magazine each time I wear something that blatantly advertises a product or service. I'm a mobile, interactive advertising space. My "ad space" shouldn't be free... And I think people who do wear brands on their hat, shirt, etc. are suckers for not only doing it for free, but PAYING FOR THE STUPID CLOTHES. All my t-shirts are blank. I will not be defined by someone else's creations, slogans, jokes, or logos. I've worn the occasional band t-shirt (when I was a teenager) but I wouldn't do so now.

So when a company does this "scan your photos for logos" crap, it doesn't affect me in the least. My shirts are blank. I don't wear ballcaps/trucker hats, either. The only place I might ignore a brand name is on my jeans, but it's usually covered by a belt so I don't bother ripping off the tag.

I even remove the logos from the back of my cars when I buy them. Unless the auto dealership wants to give me a huge discount for advertising their business on the back of my vehicle, I'm scraping off their name and logo first thing, and yes, I will be ripping off the dealership's customized license plate frame, too.

/Most bumper stickers are a good way to say "Hey people who believe differently than I do! Please road rage against me, and fark with my car when it's parked."
//They're also a good way to say, "Please pull me over and give me shiat, officer who doesn't like the same stuff I do."


The only time I'll wear clothing with a brand name on it is if the brand is fictional.
 
2014-08-20 02:00:36 PM  
We need a surge of photos with EA logos and buttplugs, stat.
 
2014-08-20 02:47:28 PM  

WilderKWight: As a policy, I do not wear or display brand names on my clothing. I am of the mind that if I'm going to become a walking billboard for Coke, Nike, GAP, "hometown sports team", Old Navy, Budweiser, or any other company, then they should be PAYING ME to do so. I should get at least as much as a full page ad in People Magazine each time I wear something that blatantly advertises a product or service. I'm a mobile, interactive advertising space. My "ad space" shouldn't be free... And I think people who do wear brands on their hat, shirt, etc. are suckers for not only doing it for free, but PAYING FOR THE STUPID CLOTHES. All my t-shirts are blank. I will not be defined by someone else's creations, slogans, jokes, or logos. I've worn the occasional band t-shirt (when I was a teenager) but I wouldn't do so now.

So when a company does this "scan your photos for logos" crap, it doesn't affect me in the least. My shirts are blank. I don't wear ballcaps/trucker hats, either. The only place I might ignore a brand name is on my jeans, but it's usually covered by a belt so I don't bother ripping off the tag.

I even remove the logos from the back of my cars when I buy them. Unless the auto dealership wants to give me a huge discount for advertising their business on the back of my vehicle, I'm scraping off their name and logo first thing, and yes, I will be ripping off the dealership's customized license plate frame, too.

/Most bumper stickers are a good way to say "Hey people who believe differently than I do! Please road rage against me, and fark with my car when it's parked."
//They're also a good way to say, "Please pull me over and give me shiat, officer who doesn't like the same stuff I do."


TL/DNR.

TL/DNC.
 
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