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Stop! Police. 10 stupid questions that police ask when they stop you in your car and 10 suitably stupid replies* 1) ‘Can you step out of the vehicle please?’“No, I’m afraid I can’t. I can lurch out of the vehicle, roll out of the vehicle or even ease my way out of the vehicle, but until I own a gladiators chariot or a Popemobile I will never be able to ‘step’ out of a vehicle because that requires being in a standing position.” 2) ‘Is this your car Sir/Madam?’ 3) ‘Have you been drinking?’ 4) ‘Do you know what the speed limit is?’ 5) ‘Do you know why I stopped you?’ 6) ‘Do you know how fast you were going?’ 7) ‘Can I see your driving license please?’ 8) ‘Have you got anything in the boot?’ 9) ‘Can you give me your name and address please?’ 10) ‘Are you trying to be funny?’ Now here are some videos from YouTube where Police Officers are made to look stupid. *Use of these replies is entirely at your own risk. Like this: Like Loading... About beasleygreen
26 Awesome Like A Boss GIFs Why do things normally when you can do them like a boss? Enjoy these twenty-six awesome like a boss GIFs: Sitting Like A Boss ESP Powers Like A Boss Like A Boss GIFs: Awesome Luck Bartending Like A Boss Changing Subway Platforms Like A Boss Spam Hacks: 12+ Things to Do with SPAM [Photographs: J. Kenji Lopez-Alt] Love it or hate it, SPAM is a cultural icon. The little loaves of spiced pork shoulder are recognized all over the US (and beyond!) for their saltiness, their fattiness, their ability to withstand all manner of emergency up to and incuding thermonuclear war and zombie apocalypse, and the distinctive schlllloooooop sound they make as they slide out of their cheery blue cans. A few weeks ago, we tasted every flavor of Spam on the market. You get creative, that's what. Each one of these recipes is just one small step for Spam, one giant leap for Spamkind (as we community of Spam lovers like to call ourselves). Breakfast of Spampions Spam might not be the other breakfast meat, or even the other other breakfast meat, and perhaps not even the other other other breakfast meat, but it's definitely high in the running for title of the other other other other breakfast meat. Equally tasty and slightly more Anglican is the Spammish Rarebit. Spamburgers My favorite?
Teeturtle Make a Video. Amazing Animated Video Maker - GoAnimate. The Annual Student Toss As the new student season approaches all the big city universities are preparing for the influx of Freshers. Looking out of my office window, which overlooks the main road that runs through the student village, I can’t help but look forward to the Annual Student Toss. The Annual Student Toss isn’t a game played by rugby boys to see who can shoot their load the furthest, nor is it a variation on Soggy Biscuit (I still can’t believe all those dirty old middle aged mum’s in my office actually know what that is!) The townspeople of Guadalupe, Chihuahua celebrate Rosario Ibanez’ acceptance into Manchester University by preparing her for the AST The rules of the AST are simple – students pit their wits against traffic as they attempt the perilous journey from one side of the road to the other without getting knocked ten foot in the air by an oncoming vehicle they have somehow failed to notice. Stop, look, listen – I mean how hard can it be!? Like this: Like Loading... About beasleygreen
Why I’m Coming Out Today Over the past 3-years I have become increasingly frustrated… I’ve wanted to step out, to move forward, to throw off any excuses and to rid myself of this dastardly common tendency to hide. For I believe that if you have a gift of any kind, then you must use it; it is not a gift unless it is given away. There is so much pretense everywhere, in politics, in church, in the workplace, in friendships and worst of all in families and this is immensely sickening to my artistic soul. It is time to tell the truth, to peel back the layers of self-protective deceit and to simply acknowledge that things are as we really find them, not as we wish for them to be. And so my truth is this… “I struggle immensely with fear, it paralyses me, and because of this sometimes I hide behind my computer, even behind this blog, as a means of staying safe; I AVOID doing the one thing that I must do, I avoid being me because I am afraid of you.” Be Inspired Daily By Seven Sentences
About | Culinary Hill About Meggan Hill Born and raised in Wisconsin, I am bringing my Midwestern food memories to my delicious take on modern family fare. There’s nothing I love more than cooking for my family, cooking for friends, cooking for every occasion! Food is love where I come from, and I’m spreading the love every day on Culinary Hill. About Culinary Hill Around here, your most favorite foods, from home-cooked lasagna to pepper steak, beer cheese dip to Coca Cola chicken wings, taste better than you even remember. Press My work on Culinary Hill has been featured on BuzzFeed, The Huffington Post, PopSugar, Parade Magazine, Mashable, Wall Street Cheat Sheet, Shape Magazine, Running Magazine Canada, Reader’s Digest UK, Next Avenue, Best Friends for Frosting, and SheKnows, among others. Work With Me Please email me if you’d like to work together.
Storyboard That: The World's Best FREE Online Storyboard Creator Random Add’s of Madness – Phantom Friends on Facebook This is a cautionary tale about accepting anonymous friend requests on Facebook. It is copied word for word, although the names have been changed to protect the idiot. It all started off when… let’s call him ‘Shaun’ requested Facebook friendship with someone he didn’t know, hadn’t met and didn’t even introduce himself to via email, yet took great offence to being added to a group. ‘Shaun’ decided to air his complaint on the group’s page – now he wishes he hadn’t. Facebook Gold… Shaun: ‘Please don’t add me without asking – This group is all about you I don’t right care to much for self-centred people. Not really a pleasant thing to say to someone you don’t know; someone you had the courtesy to include in your cyber world. He replied [verbatim]: ‘Get fucked pal I don’t you from Adam in fact I never even rook time (he could have been of oriental persuasion!?) He couldn’t look because he was blocked from seeing anything apart from this wall… Hello Shaun ;-) Like this: Like Loading...