Posts Tagged with "memes"

Drunk Baby: Advice About Women

January 28th, 2014 at 11:04 pm by Mark
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This very well might explain a few friends’ douchey husbands…

Drunk Baby: Let me give you an advice about women. Yell loud enough and tits will fly into your mouth.

Come to the Meat Department?

January 16th, 2014 at 1:03 pm by Mark
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And there I thought some of the customers were creepy…

"What Will $5 Buy?  Shh... Come to the Meat Department & Let Me Show You!"  NOT SURE IF HUNGRY... OR JUST NERVOUS

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Like/Comment/Ignore on Facebook?

April 24th, 2013 at 5:42 pm by Mark
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All of these, “Like to Agree, Comment to Disagree and Ignore to Show No Support,” memes on Facebook are really annoying. I guess I’m just old fashioned thinking “Like” means I actually Like something, Comment means actually commenting on something and if I don’t do anything it all, it’s simply because I didn’t make a choice to do either of the other two…

Facebook: "Like and share if..." Grumpy Cat: "NO."  Facebook: "If you don't share this..." Grumpy Cat: "No."  Facebook: "If you have a heart, you will..." Grumpy Cat: "No."

Hello, Kitty! Fandom Gone Overboard

September 30th, 2012 at 5:02 pm by Mark
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Up until the last few years, the only time that someone could be seen with pointy teeth was around Halloween. However, popular trends, ancient traditions, and mere shock value have encouraged some people to visit the dentist for more than just your common teeth cleaning.

A procedure called “yaeba,” which means “double tooth” in Japanese, has been a growing fad in Japan over the last two years and is sparking a trend in other countries of the world as well. In Western society, an attractive smile generally starts with straight teeth, but in Japan, crooked, pointy teeth are desired because they show that a woman is not perfect, making her more approachable. To achieve a pointy, vampire-like smile for patients, a dentist can either permanently shave down the canine teeth into pointed teeth, or plastic fangs can be applied temporarily with an adhesive. Other cultures and traditions have also influenced people to make drastic alterations to their teeth, while some others decide to have just normal dental procedures with professional as Dentist Sydney that really help with this.

Due in no small part to idiots with gold grilles permanently enameled to their teeth, I’ve never seen the point of Elective Dentistry. For this one, I think I’ll let Hoss from Bonanza say it for me.

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You Got 99 Problems?

September 19th, 2012 at 5:57 pm by Mark
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The genius of Edgar Allan Poe lives on…