August 1, 2014
(via b3ta.com challenge: made up problems)

(via b3ta.com challenge: made up problems)

August 1, 2014
(via Twitter / micnews: This is the world we live in …)

(via Twitter / micnews: This is the world we live in …)

August 1, 2014
kleinmania:

Splenda in The Grass

kleinmania:

Splenda in The Grass

July 31, 2014
Mother & Daughter Humpback by Christopher.Michel on Flickr.

Mother & Daughter Humpback by Christopher.Michel on Flickr.

July 31, 2014
(via The Christopher Walken School of English - Imgur)

(via The Christopher Walken School of English - Imgur)

July 31, 2014
Shipwreck Cove by Alexandros Maragos on Flickr.

Shipwreck Cove by Alexandros Maragos on Flickr.

July 31, 2014
"Holy Batman, this book is great!"

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s…a review of THE BIG BOOK OF SUPERHEROES

July 30, 2014

elflizard:

Best $1.85 I have ever spent.

July 30, 2014
You are special by billeguerriero on Flickr.

You are special by billeguerriero on Flickr.

July 30, 2014
The Paper Place yesterday by John Elmslie on Flickr.

The Paper Place yesterday by John Elmslie on Flickr.

July 30, 2014
Music Store by Tau Zero on Flickr.

Music Store by Tau Zero on Flickr.

July 30, 2014
ryannorth:

It’s been a while since I came across one of David’s books, but I’ve been busy!  So busy, in fact, that I thought a nice break would be to sit down at my local library and read some jokes,  But look what I found, (ironically??) placed in the humour section!!
Just a couple of things:
 It’s cool how you call out your competition, but calling people who use Rosetta Stone “Rosetta Stoners” was actually kinda mean
 I thought “laff” was just a “funny spelling”, but inside “laugh” is spelled variously as “laff”, “lauff”, “laaf”, “laaaf”, and “läf”
Cuneiform and Egyptian hieroglyphs evolved in different areas of the earth, at different times, and most likely evolved independently, so all that Egypt stuff on your cover is, like, wrong
holy crap, David, this is the fourth time you’ve done this??
finally, and perhaps most importantly, WRITING ENGLISH IN A CUNEIFORM FONT ON YOUR COMPUTER IS NOT WRITING IN CUNEIFORM.
Also, all these jokes seem to be plagiarized from old Reader’s Digest “Humor in Uniform” sections and OH WAIT NEVERMIND I GET IT
[BOOKWAR]

ryannorth:

It’s been a while since I came across one of David’s books, but I’ve been busy!  So busy, in fact, that I thought a nice break would be to sit down at my local library and read some jokes,  But look what I found, (ironically??) placed in the humour section!!

Just a couple of things:

  •  It’s cool how you call out your competition, but calling people who use Rosetta Stone “Rosetta Stoners” was actually kinda mean
  •  I thought “laff” was just a “funny spelling”, but inside “laugh” is spelled variously as “laff”, “lauff”, “laaf”, “laaaf”, and “läf”
  • Cuneiform and Egyptian hieroglyphs evolved in different areas of the earth, at different times, and most likely evolved independently, so all that Egypt stuff on your cover is, like, wrong
  • holy crap, David, this is the fourth time you’ve done this??
  • finally, and perhaps most importantly, WRITING ENGLISH IN A CUNEIFORM FONT ON YOUR COMPUTER IS NOT WRITING IN CUNEIFORM.

Also, all these jokes seem to be plagiarized from old Reader’s Digest “Humor in Uniform” sections and OH WAIT NEVERMIND I GET IT

[BOOKWAR]

July 30, 2014
techskate:

Casper slide to tre flip. No one knows how hard this trick is besides Rodney, because 20 years later, no one else has ever done it.  

techskate:

Casper slide to tre flip. No one knows how hard this trick is besides Rodney, because 20 years later, no one else has ever done it.  

July 30, 2014
(via “Caucasians” t-shirts are hot sellers on Canadian Indian reservations | HardballTalk)

(via “Caucasians” t-shirts are hot sellers on Canadian Indian reservations | HardballTalk)

July 29, 2014
China by than777 on Flickr.

China by than777 on Flickr.