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tastefullyoffensive:

Best Adult Costumes of Halloween 2013 (Part 4) [submit]

Previously: Part 3Part 2Part 1, Best Kid Costumes, Best Pet Costumes

All that stuff I was taught about evolution and embryology and the big bang theory, all that is lies straight from the pit of Hell.
Recently re-elected Congressman Paul Broun (R-Ga.), who sits on the House Science, Space and Techonology committee (via maxistentialist)
tastefullyoffensive:

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truebluemeandyou:

DIY Leftover Halloween Candy Bark and Cookies Recipes from Papery & Cakery here. Did you only get 10 trick or treaters like me but bought lots of Halloween candy before Hurricane Sandy? I like this solution.

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Leftover Halloween Candy Bark and Cookies Recipes from Papery & Cakery here. Did you only get 10 trick or treaters like me but bought lots of Halloween candy before Hurricane Sandy? I like this solution.

wilwheaton:

“Watcha thinkin’ about?”
“Election stuff.”

wilwheaton:

“Watcha thinkin’ about?”

“Election stuff.”

gothicrealm:

Lily Munster.

gothicrealm:

Lily Munster.

wilwheaton:

Just to be safe, campaign aides reportedly spent $5,000 at a local Wal-Mart on supplies that could be put on display. When supporters arrived at the rally-turned-relief event, they were treated to the 10-minute video about Romney’s life, which was first unveiled at the RNC. The event ended with supporters lined up to hand over supplies and meet Romney. But according to BuzzFeed, this donation process was also staged:

Empty-handed supporters pled for entrance, with one woman asking, “What if we dropped off our donations up front?”

The volunteer gestured toward a pile of groceries conveniently stacked near the candidate. “Just grab something,” he said.

Two teenage boys retrieved a jar of peanut butter each, and got in line. When it was their turn, they handed their “donations” to Romney. He took them, smiled, and offered an earnest “Thank you.”

mentalflossr:

Even with the spike in usage of Britishisms, there are still a number of words and phrases that can baffle even the most pretentious BBC America fans. Next time you’re in London, keep these translations to hand—or as the Yanks would say, nearby—and you’ll be just fine.

1. Knock up: To wake…