We’re just a couple of hand grenades with pulled pins. —
Love this guy.
Hahahahaha, or Mufasa?
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Inflatable wind dancer at a used car dealer proves once and for all that shapeless white airheads can twerk »
Couples who got matching tattoos they hopefully won’t one day regret »
You definitely want to watch this video of a barn owl attacking it’s prey in uber hidef slow mo’ on Earth Unplugged.
HOW A BOY, HIS HORSE AND A SWAMP BASICALLY SCREWED UP A GENERATION
You hear about it, every now and then. About rising rates of depression among 18-30 year olds. About how many people in my own generation are being medicated for depression. And they have a lot of theories.
But those theories are wrong. Because I know why we are so messed up.
We more than likely have a shared childhood trauma.
Because we were the first generation that would have had the opportunity to see the movie The Never Ending Story at an impressionable age.
In case you haven’t seen the movie, or for whatever reason have repressed this trauma, and don’t know what I’m talking about, let me explain. See, in the movie, the hero, Atreyu, starts off his journey to save a magical land along with his horse, Artax.
Atreyu and Artax are best friends.
And this is awesome, right? This kid has a horse and it is an awesome horse and the boy and his horse are going to save their entire world! LIFE IS GOOD!
Right, so. Spoiler alert:
THEN THEY KILL THE FUCKING HORSE.
And we are not talking “Horse dies noble death saving Atreyu.” No. NO. You know how the horse dies? YOU KNOW HOW THE HORSE DIES?
THE HORSE DIES BECAUSE IT GETS TOO SAD.
Read the rest here- ihogeek: Blame Artax!
Watch the saddest scene of any movie ever, below.
Got fried rice take out tonight. It’s delicious, but….
8 Baby Naming Books That Should Totally Exist including "Pierce, Declan, Taggart and Other Names for Your Future Boarding-School-Educated Douchebag" and "Purposely Misspelled Names for Contrarian/Hipster Parents"
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Perfect end to the perfect weekend… Red velvet cake!