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By Cory Jones
Mar 06, 2013
It's not like you were A) doing anything that was really important. Or B) ever going to do anything with your life.
The sooner you accept that, the sooner you can enjoy today's funny photo gallery.
I would be smiling, too, if I was that shark.
You do whatever you have to do.
No! Beat it!
We've got you surrounded red dot.
This is a very good story.
Stupid, stupid, lovable cats.
Liam Neeson is a great actor. And an even greater Youtube commenter.
I'm guessing this wasn't real, but it should have been.
Just that place in particular.
We usually don't try to post too many someecards (because they're all so awesome), but this one hit home.
The Internet needs more funny Shemale comics.
Comic book fanboys are totally going to start buying Volvos now.
Is this what they feed prisoners?
I've always wanted a pure bread cat.
Ben Franklin is a smart guy. Almost as smart as me after I've had four beers.
Suspicious Chihauhau is also great at fending off those annoying dinner-time telemarketer phone calls.
No worries. Nothing a quick Command + Z can't undo.
The picture of the soldier inspecting his rifle is only funny to the non-informed. This is the correct way to see if the barrel is clear. We were taught that this is the ONLY fast way to check the barrel. The proper method is to place your thumb in the rifle\'s chamber (while open). This assures it is unloaded and your thumb is a lighter color than the inside of the rifle. If you can see a light color while looking into the barrel, you have assured yourself that the gun barrel is clear and clean.
Guess it\'s politically correct and not racist to bash Jesus Christ but not Mohammed or some other ?Enough, not funny.
there weren't any comments on this before me because its not funny. just saying
I don\'t know where the Ben Franklin item came from, but he could never have said it,.The wee beasties were called \"animacules\" by Van Leeuwanhoek in 1676 and Franklin would NOT, even if he were aware of van Leeuwanhoeks work, called them Bacteria. The theory of bacterial infection was not developed till the 1850\'s and Pasteur didn\'t do his work until 1860s. This is a Made Up quote to look good on a poster. Uncle Ben died in 1788.Uncle Ben DID write to a friend \"Behold the rain which descends from heaven upon our vineyards, there it enters the roots of the vines, to be changed into wine, a constant proof that God loves us, and loves to see us happy.\"