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The brain as explained by John Cleese.

Sooo funny…Start watching at 0:35 to go straight to the good stuff (aka skip the lengthy intro). 

  
  

Girls on HBO

  • Marnie: Sometimes being inside my own head is so exhausting it makes me want to cry.
  • Jemma: So don't go there.
  

Man marries high school sweetheart. Wife leaves man, leaves wedding dress too. Man asks her what to do with it. She says do whatever you want; so he does: his own unique form of therapy. 

He wrote a book last year about it called “101 Uses for My Ex-Wife’s Wedding Dress.” Apparently 19 uses didn’t make it into the book. Man is now happily remarried.

http://myexwifesweddingdress.com/the-list/

  
When you lean over to pick something up, see if there is anything else you can do while you’re down there.
Charlotte Rubens Bloomberg

  
   (Reblogged from manda)
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Crazy posed-ant photography

(Source: geekologie.com)

  

Photos From A Chinese Gangster’s Lost Cell Phone

(Source: BuzzFeed)

  

Beer according to the law of demand

(Source: economistsdoitwithmodels.com)

  

Dog plays with river otter on land

(Source: The Huffington Post)

  
I was actually called for jury duty — for like, the third time in what seemed like three months. I started pretending as though I were at jury duty. I think the first was, ‘Report from jury duty: Defendant looks like a murderer. Guilty. Waiting for opening remarks.’
Steve Martin on tweeting about jury duty

(Source: NPR)


  

Insane sex laws inspired by Republicans

As Republican lawmakers have pushed ever more intrusive and expansive uterus-related legislation, some of their colleagues across the aisle have fired back with intentionally and equally ridiculous counterproposals. From mandatory rectal exams for guys seeking Viagra to prohibitions on sperm-stifling vasectomies, most of these male-only provisions have, unsurprisingly, flopped. But they’ve scored big as symbolic gestures, spotlighting the inherent sexism of laws that regulate only lady parts.”

One example:

Virginia: As the state Senate debated requiring transvaginal ultrasounds for women seeking abortions, Sen. Janet Howell proposed mandating rectal exams and cardiac stress tests for men seeking erectile dysfunction meds. Her amendment failed by just two votes.

(Source: Mother Jones)

  

Joe Kennedy III on 7News Today

  • Reporter: What three words describe you?
  • Kennedy: Tall, red-head, (...my fiance would say) handsome.