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juspeczyks:

Remember limewire

Remember sometimes getting the song you were actually looking for and sometimes getting an mp3 of bill clinton saying that he didn’t have sexual relations with that woman instead

saddeer:

tamaratunie:

me as hell

everyone should watch this every day

(Source: weloveshortvideos)

andthroughthemosstheivycreeps:

wolfdiesel:

sizvideos:

Video

Ladies and Gentlemen, craftsmanship. One of the finest examples of taking pride in what you do, and making absolutely sure no detail is too small.

I want this desk for reasons

cracked:

Here’s hoping they keep working on it, but please, save your pre-order money.
5 B.S. Stories That Went Viral: Anti-Roofie Nail Polish

#3. That Anti-Date-Rape Nail Polish Doesn’t Exist
According to the articles on the subject, this new fashion accessory helps women prevent date rape by changing color when exposed to drugs like Rohypnol, Xanax, and GHB. As The Washington Post, CNET, USA Today, CBS, and Mashable wonder: does the nail polish help prevent the crime of rape or perpetuate the idea that the onus of prevention lay solely on the victim? Well, here’s Cracked’s take on the subject: it doesn’t matter, because the nail polish totally doesn’t work. Or exist.
According to the project’s creators (four students at North Carolina State University), the thing is actually in an “early R&D” stage, which is another way of saying that it isn’t actually a thing. And if it were? Turns out that only about 3 percent of urine samples from assault victims carry traces of the drugs it detects — or “detects,” since the technique they’re using is notorious for giving false positives. Remember those date-rape preventing coasters? Yeah, they can turn color when exposed to water.

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cracked:

Here’s hoping they keep working on it, but please, save your pre-order money.

5 B.S. Stories That Went Viral: Anti-Roofie Nail Polish

#3. That Anti-Date-Rape Nail Polish Doesn’t Exist

According to the articles on the subject, this new fashion accessory helps women prevent date rape by changing color when exposed to drugs like Rohypnol, Xanax, and GHB. As The Washington Post, CNET, USA Today, CBS, and Mashable wonder: does the nail polish help prevent the crime of rape or perpetuate the idea that the onus of prevention lay solely on the victim? Well, here’s Cracked’s take on the subject: it doesn’t matter, because the nail polish totally doesn’t work. Or exist.

According to the project’s creators (four students at North Carolina State University), the thing is actually in an “early R&D” stage, which is another way of saying that it isn’t actually a thing. And if it were? Turns out that only about 3 percent of urine samples from assault victims carry traces of the drugs it detects — or “detects,” since the technique they’re using is notorious for giving false positives. Remember those date-rape preventing coasters? Yeah, they can turn color when exposed to water.

Read More

toxicwinner:

aliens: land on earth
us: gives them a brief overview
aliens: my mama says i gotta come home right now immediately