How to Be a Scene Kid Edited by Ben Rubenstein, Krystle, Shayes, KnowItSome and 445 others Table of ContentsDressing Scene: GirlsDressing Scene: GuysActing SceneMusic Scene people, it's sometimes said that is worn within bright colors, crazy hair fringes and tight or skinny neon jeans. Scene people are only as scene as their social networking profile pages. So it's important to not only look and act scene, but to also prove you are scene online.
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Bombay Dub Orchestra Audio Featured Tracks Feel – Thievery Corporation Remix by BombayDubOrchestra Beauty and the East by BombayDubOrchestra Junoon by BombayDubOrchestra Play Pokemon - Blue Version online at playR! Play classic games online with playR! Pokemon - Blue Version Your Stuff [up]Up: [down]Down: I Told You About Stairs About “I Told You About Stairs” is a catchphrase from the webcomic series “Sweet Bro and Hella Jeff” written and drawn by MS Paint Adventures creator Andrew Hussie. The comic has become an in-joke within the Homestuck fandom and has been the subject of numerous parody videos and fan arts. Origin On July 3rd, 2009, Andrew Hussie uploaded the first Sweet Bro and Hella Jeff comic to the MS Paint Adventures website. In the comic, the bearded character Sweet Bro falls down a flight of stairs while carrying a stack of video games.
Illustrations Of Unusual And Rarely Spoken Words Recumbentibus—A knockout punch, either verbal or physical. The Irish illustration duo of James and Michael Fizgarald, or also known as The Project Twins, have come up with a series of illustrations that visually represent rarely spoken and heard of words. In their series called ‘A-Z of Unusual Words’, the meaning of the words have been visually defined in the form of a whimsical poster—which can be purchased on their website. Here are some of their ‘informative’ posters: Acersecomic—A Person whose hair has never been cut.
8 Rules for Not Sucking at Public Transportation Like many of you, I rely on public transportation to get to work. I ride the train. Some of you might take the subway or bus. 11 Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures — Writers on Writing The idea that words cannot always say everything has been written about extensively — as Friedrich Nietzsche said, Words are but symbols for the relations of things to one another and to us; nowhere do they touch upon the absolute truth. No doubt the best book we’ve read that covers the subject is ‘Through The Language Glass’ by Guy Deutscher, which goes a long way to explaining and understanding these loopholes — the gaps which mean there are leftover words without translations, and concepts that cannot be properly explained across cultures. Somehow narrowing it down to just a handful, we’ve illustrated 11 of these wonderful, untranslatable, if slightly elusive, words. We will definitely be trying to incorporate a few of them into our everyday conversations, and hope that you enjoy recognising a feeling or two of your own among them.
Handy Drinking Games For Interacting With Various Groups of People Apple lovers Take a drink: When someone refers to “Siri” as a person. Anyone mentions how the latest iPhone upgrade changed their life or someone expresses excitement about the next upgrade. Anyone talks about Steve Jobs as if they personally know him (and an extra drink if someone gets misty-eyed when he is brought up). Finish your drink: If someone hums/ sings either “1234” or “Vertigo.”