Discussion in 'January And Everything After' started by Hanzii, Mar 23, 2012.
All you turians look the same to me.
No, it's speciest. Totally different.
That's the best gif I could find, you alienphobe.
There is a huge hole in the Internet that can only be filled by making an alien leaning into the camera and screaming "That's speciest!" Someone do this and you shall be immortalized.
homer's got the best sperm impersonation i've ever seen.
You can too breathe through your nose with your tongue out. It isn't easy but doable. You constrict the back of the tongue to close the throat.
What it should say is you cannot breathe through your nose if your mouth is wide open and throat unobstructed, but I suppose that would ruin the whole list thing.
oy then I finished reading it
AND .. you don't look like a dog, you can do it the cat way if you want.
I promise to stop editing this post and take more pain meds honest.
Australia's Fox News.
People with a sense of shame would have deleted that post. Good for you.
Reminds me of this trick test they gave us in grade school. At the top it said "Read through this entire test before beginning." Then following that were a bunch of numbered tasks starting with simple math problems then progressing to things like "Stand up and announce 'I HAVE REACHED NUMBER TWELVE.'" The last item was "Stop. Do not do any of the stuff above. This was a trick to see if you would follow the directions to read everything first. Just sit at your desk quietly." Inevitably some kids would embarrass themselves by standing up and announcing their progress while the rest of us were in on the joke.
Man, my teachers really were a bunch of jerks, weren't they?
We got that one too. I was the only kid in class who actually read all the way to the end first. I still think it's a mean trick to play on kids; if you have a limited amount of time to do a test, of course you're going to want to get through the early stuff as fast as possible, not waste your time reading and rereading. No real exam ever goes "Also, forget what you read earlier, don't do that after all." It'd be a sign of poor test-writing.
Except it said at the very top to read through the whole thing first. That's not mean.
Why such lengthy discussion of something that is neither funny nor clever?
(not mine) (either the crocs or the dog) (or the picture)
Good dog! Gooooood dog! Who's a good dog? WHO'S A GOOD DOG shitting in those cheap, tacky Chinese-slave-labor-made pieces of crap? YOU ARE. YES YOU ARE
Why are there poop marks in the other shoe?
If you look carefully at the picture again, you might find a clue.
I've done all the CSI work I plan to do on the poop picture.
Is he actually lifting off the pen, or is the paper waxed in some fashion?
Looks like he's just varying the width of the lines and if so he's a freak of nature. Weird talents like that are fascinating.
That's one of Faber-Castell's brush pens, so the tip is actually a tiny brush and you can vary the width and quality of the stroke via pressure.
nVidia releases a flagship $1,000 single-GPU video card. Via some digital detective work I've uncovered what it really is:
In honor of tomorrow's Sony press conference:
There are two analog stick IVs.
There's two of every stick except V.
That stick is underneath.
Well, I think it's funny. We publish all our magazines in the four Scandinavian countries and sometimes dread what will happen to our headlines when they come back from the Finnish translator...
Gift of the hell breeder? That sounds like something I need to read.
The barcode on #3 just ruins that whole picture.
I call shenanigans. I can't imagine anybody could actually do that; it almost has to be fake. On top of that, notice how in the second gif the spiral lines are crooked and of varying distance to each other, but all the same width; but in the fourth photo the lines are now equally spaced and pretty close to exact curves, but are of different widths to create light and shadow in the shape of a picture. #2 looks like exactly how a big spiral would probably turn out if any of us tried to draw a big spiral; #4 looks like something done on a computer.
I doubt that they did it on a blank sheet of paper, as the first two GIFs imply. And I agree that the first two GIFs are clearly not the same as the finished drawing. But I have no doubt that they actually drew the final image by hand. It's not a particularly difficult technique; they almost certainly penciled in the image first, though, and then did the going-in-circles trick with that as a reference. And I'd bet that by the time they did the final image, they figured out that it's a lot easier to do with the drawing board mounted to a lazy Susan, so that they can spin the paper while holding the pen in one place.
That is awesome.
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