The Huffington Post shared "20 New And Improved Names For Boring, Everyday Stuff -- Words are hard. Whether it's due to a language barrier, a post-op haze or something else entirely, we've seen your struggle with the English language. And we feel for you!
Note: This will get (dirt/raunch)y/sewer. ;)
... 10:01AM [Mousey] https://imgur.com/gallery/is0Kk9y 10:01AM [Flexo] [Link Info] title: "But... Plugging in cables is so hard!" - Imgur 10:02AM [Mousey] buttplugging cables are actually pretty flexible 10:06AM [m4tic] I ahve a lenovo with a esata right next to the usb... I give it the ole' reach around and am like: "wtf, why is this usb not working"... Oh, i put it in the wrong hole (again) 10:08AM [FngSaiYuk (remove AQFL to e-mail] hope it enjoyed it 10:08AM [FngSaiYuk] and didn't slap u instead 10:09AM [m4tic] always go slow 10:09AM [FngSaiYuk] and always w/lube 10:09AM [FngSaiYuk] plenty of lube 10:09AM [m4tic] hehe ... 10:29AM [Mousey] https://xkcd.com/627/ 10:29AM [Flexo] [Link Info] title: xkcd: Tech Support Cheat Sheet 10:30AM [Mousey] think i might just print this out ...
That Was NOT in The Book -- Compare your favorite adaptions of books. Including between the same formats.Submitted by ant on Mon, 07/21/2014 - 12:01pm. Addon/Modification | Art/Design | Communication | History | Non-Apple Computer Games | Personal | Reading Materials | Religion/Culture | Sight Seeings | Television (TV) Show/Movie | Videogame Console
That Was NOT In The Book is a web site to compare the differences between the book and other media formts (TV/tel(evision/ly), movie/film, video game, etc.) -- "A Book made into a Movie, a Movie turned into a TV Show... Compare and Contrast the Differences.
Rizenvisual's YouTube video channel has a bunch of funny and (geek/nerd)y videos in real life (IRL). Many of them are related to video games
... 05:14PM [Mousey] #note grifter https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-RONfYrQaW1s/U8ABWg1txmI/
VideoSift shared a four minutes and 24 seconds educational YouTube video showing "What makes tattoos permanent? ... The earliest recorded tattoo was found on a Peruvian mummy in 6,000 BC. That's some old ink! And considering humans lose roughly 40,000 skin cells per hour, how do these markings last? Claudia Aguirre details the different methods, machines and macrophages (you'll see) that go into making